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    1. From the smallest to the largest, all living things require balanced energy

    2. Source of our healing! The smallest deviation from the course can lead a

    3. Wide-eyed, rocking back and forth, curled up into the smallest space that he

    4. refuge behind a large rock that was close to the smallest of the

    5. The smallest came right up to Daniel and Kate attacking them with a barrage of questions

    6. Bodies the size of the smallest impactors could be detected to a range of only a hundred million miles or less, depending on their size

    7. Where's your smallest chocolate cake?' I was at Navrangpura's Ten, the best

    8. these smallest units of energy, was started by Albert

    9. She had, by far, the smallest breasts of any woman in the room

    10. Thru the previous dark they had sailed the whole hundred miles of Beghtik, the smallest major lake in the interconnect, and were now riding a surging favorable tide as Kortrax pulled the waters toward their height at Noonsleep in Center Lake

    11. at a time behind Johnny, finally sitting at the smallest table in the cafeteria with his

    12. Then added, “The notes of the octave, and the length of the gaps between each note---in an octave with a length of twenty-four (the smallest whole numbered octave)

    13. A leaf is the model of the tree from which it arises, a snowflake's shape and structure are mirrored by its own construction of ever increasing patterns of its smallest connections, and the examples are endless

    14. himself the smallest of smiles

    15. "I've never owned even the smallest piece of property-" she went on to say, looking up to where he stood

    16. the smallest a mighty nation

    17. They taught us from when we were the smallest of children to see and hear and smell the world around us, to work hard without expectation, to approach the world around us reasonably, to see the best in the people we knew---to hope for the rest and to walk with our heads held high

    18. As was my habit, for luck and from routine, I bit off the smallest bit of the fletching of one of the flights, notched the arrow, drew back on the bow and aimed exactly at the spot he'd indicated

    19. The anvil did not ring under the blow as Tom’s smallest finger was smashed beyond recognition

    20. planned down to the smallest detail

    21. But still, Rafe knew damn well the smallest mistake could send him plunging to his death

    22. This happened because the very smallest bit of the mirror had the same power which the whole mirror had possessed

    23. I could just go on and on, their toiletries, their personal habits, their attitudes, their ignorance of even the smallest things in life

    24. Darling there was a commotion in the firmament, and the smallest of all the stars in the Milky Way screamed out:

    25. from the smallest of their possessions

    26. This is evidently the smallest share with which the tenant can content himself, without being a loser, and the landlord seldom means to leave him any more

    27. The smallest child, whose name was simply Bell, floated forward and replied, "His attempts to summon the assassin Rafe remain unheeded

    28. The lowest price at which the precious metals can be sold, or the smallest quantity of other goods for which they can be exchanged, during any considerable time, is regulated by the same principles which fix the lowest ordinary price of all other goods

    29. The smallest failure would weaken the whole setup

    30. Though a house, therefore, may yield a revenue to its proprietor, and thereby serve in the function of a capital to him, it cannot yield any to the public, nor serve in the function of a capital to it, and the revenue of the whole body of the people can never be in the smallest degree increased by it

    31. But the revenue of idle people, considered as a class or order, cannot, in the smallest degree, be increased by those operations of banking

    32. They had over-traded a little, and had brought upon themselves that loss, or at least that diminution of profit, which, in this particular business, never fails to attend the smallest degree of over-trading

    33. more than a nanosecond, if that’s the smallest second, to

    34. This operation could not augment, in the smallest degree, the quantity of money to be lent

    35. The success of this operation, therefore, without increasing in the smallest degree the capital of the country, would only have transferred a great part of it from prudent and profitable to imprudent and unprofitable undertakings

    36. In the other parliament towns of France, very little more capital seems to be employed than what is necessary for supplying their own consumption; that is, little more than the smallest capital which can be employed in them

    37. This supposition will not, I believe, be found anywhere agreeable to the truth ; but it is the most favourable to the opinion which we are going to examine; and, even upon this supposition, it is utterly impossible that the lowering of the value of silver could have the smallest tendency to lower the rate of interest

    38. They seemed wonderfully nimble, landing on the smallest footholds, never slipping on rocks slick with spray

    39. Before the extension of commerce and manufactures in Europe, the hospitality of the rich and the great, from the sovereign down to the smallest baron, exceeded every thing which, in the present times, we can easily form a notion of Westminster-hall was the dining-room of William Rufus, and might frequently, perhaps, not be too large for his company

    40. It established a regular subordination, accompanied with a long train of services and duties, from the king down to the smallest proprietor

    41. The purchase and improvement of uncultivated land is there the most profitable employment of the smallest as well as of the greatest capitals, and the most direct road to all the fortune and illustration which can be required in that country

    42. There was no sign of smiles or laughter - not even the smallest curl of the lip

    43. He does not consider that this extraordinary expense, or the bounty, is the smallest part of the expense which the exportation of corn really costs the society

    44. What is within without equal and it arises from the smallest space where the vibration of the beginning and the splendor of one world grace

    45. Crouched in little huddled clumps of threes and fours, the tattered forms of 'conscripts' scraped, cracked, chewed and sifted out even the smallest bits of ore from the mounds of rock and debris surrounding them

    46. The government, therefore, when it defrays the expense of coinage, not only incurs some small expense, but loses some small revenue which it might get by a proper duty; and neither the bank, nor any other private persons, are in the smallest degree benefited by this useless piece of public generosity

    47. The whole expense of this peace establishment was a charge upon the revenue of Great Britain, and was, at the same time, the smallest part of what the dominion of the colonies has cost the mother country

    48. The parliament of England has not, upon any occasion, shewn the smallest disposition to overburden those parts of the empire which are not represented in parliament

    49. The mercantile stock of every country naturally courts in this manner the near, and shuns the distant employment : naturally courts the employment in which the returns are frequent, and shuns that in which they are distant and slow; naturally courts the employment in which it can maintain the greatest quantity of productive labour in the country to which it belongs, or in which its owner resides, and shuns that in which it can maintain there the smallest quantity

    50. Oddly, the graveyard behind the God of the Dead’s Temple was by far the smallest of any in Saparen

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