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    1. They had one they were selling for sixty dollars including transportation to the house

    2. He tended to travel where there was comfortable transportation and accommodations and might not even be terribly interested in watching a movie of a safari like this

    3. He had all of Nightday to rig the crate for transportation, so he didn't try to get up early

    4. It was soon seen to be a grand undertaking that could build quite a nation before the Kassikan could even learn of its existence because of the primitive state of transportation on this planet

    5. Jack and Jill into the secure environs of the vehicle’s transportation

    6. She knew of this transportation system of Earth

    7. From there I applied for full-time positions and worked 20 years for the Department of Transportation, selling Hauling Permits to truckers or trucking companies, billing companies for Outdoor Advertising, and later I paid the bills to State Contractors

    8. be other kinds of transportation in common use in the Other World

    9. the transportation of goods

    10. “I’d guess that transportation was their biggest problem,” he said

    11. Alistair guided Tom to the Public Transportation building at the

    12. When he got there he found the canal was a one way, more for irrigation than transportation and he had to pull the heavy little needleboat to park

    13. The great bridge towers are also elevator towers for the same transportation company, using the same gate men

    14. Thankfully the Paris transportation system allowed them ready access to the neighborhoods they most wished to tour

    15. This time I'm assured that Wesam is arriving Friday, April 22 and he has arranged transportation to take him from the airport to our house

    16. I'm thinking hey shouldn't the home stay program that finds houses to live in for many students be able to have some kind of a link to the bus company which is called VIA in San Antonio? Wouldn't you think they would have all sorts of bus routes easily accessible and wouldn't rely on the house that the student is going to live and to find out about the bus transportation? I sure think that

    17. Such a difference of prices, which, it seems, is not always sufficient to transport a man from one parish to another, would necessarily occasion so great a transportation of the most bulky commodities, not only from one parish to another, but from one end of the kingdom, almost from one end of the world to the other, as would soon reduce them more nearly to a level

    18. If the countries are near, the difference will be smaller, and may sometimes be scarce perceptible ; because in this case the transportation will be easy

    19. The quantity of those metals in the countries most remote from the mines, must be more or less affected by this fertility or barrenness, on account of the easy and cheap transportation of those metals, of their small bulk and great value

    20. Fats are essential so that fatty acids and aid in the transportation of fat-soluble vitamins around the body

    21. The transportation of those metals from one place to another, on account of their small bulk and great value, is less expensive than that of almost any other foreign goods of equal value

    22. It is partly owing to the easy transportation of gold and silver, from the places where they abound to those where they are wanted, that the price of those metals does not fluctuate continually, like that of the greater part of other commodities, which are hindered by their bulk from shifting their situation, when the market happens to be either over or under-stocked with them

    23. Were they ever to be accumulated beyond this quantity, their transportation is so easy, and the loss which attends their lying idle and unemployed so great, that no law could prevent their being immediately sent out of the country

    24. The transportation of commodities, when properly suited to the market, is always attended with a considerable profit; whereas that of gold and silver is scarce ever attended with any

    25. The English in those days had nothing wherewithal to purchase the pay and provisions of their armies in foreign countries, but either the rude produce of the soil, of which no considerable part could be spared from the home consumption, or a few manufactures of the coarsest kind, of which, as well as of the rude produce, the transportation was too expensive

    26. Live cattle are, perhaps, the only commodity of which the transportation is more expensive by sea than by land

    27. These causes seem to be other monopolies of different kinds: the degradation of the value of gold and silver below what it is in most other countries ; the exclusion from foreign markets by improper taxes upon exportation, and the narrowing of the home market, by still more improper taxes upon the transportation of goods from one part of the country to another ; but above all, that irregular and partial administration of justice which often protects the rich and powerful debtor from the pursuit of his injured creditor, and which makes the industrious part of the nation afraid to prepare goods for the consumption of those haughty and great men, to whom they dare not refuse to sell upon credit, and from whom they are altogether uncertain of repayment

    28. transportation and public meeting places all over the country

    29. It is the interest of such a sovereign, therefore, to open the most extensive market for the produce of his country, to allow the most perfect freedom of commerce, in order to increase as much as possible the number and competition of buyers ; and upon this account to abolish, not only all monopolies, but all restraints upon the transportation of the home produce from one part of the country to mother, upon its exportation to foreign countries, or upon the importation of goods of' any kind for which it can be exchanged

    30. The six “island girls” and Kelly then board the float and are given transportation to the shore

    31. As new transportation developed the railroads lost their importance and went back to nature’s domination

    32. This prohibition, joined to the restraints imposed by the ancient provincial laws of France upon the transportation of corn from one province to another, and to the arbitrary and degading taxes which are levied upon the cultivators in almost all the provinces, discouraged and kept down the agriculture of that country very much below the state to which it would naturally have risen in so very fertile a soil, and so very happy a climate

    33. The ancient provincial restraints upon the transportation of corn from one province of the kingdom to another, have been entirely taken away; and the liberty of exporting it to all foreign countries, has been

    34. the indolence and vanity of the rich is made to contribute, in a very easy manner, to the relief of the poor, by rendering cheaper the transportation of heavy goods to all the different parts of the country

    35. Wherever the Romans traveled, they introduced their form of transportation, roads and sewage systems

    36. I drank my cup of tea and then went to see the Transportation Officer about my rail pass as I had no money apart from a few pennies

    37. If a bounty could in any case be reasonable, it might perhaps be so upon the transportation of coals from those parts of the country in which they abound, to those in which they are wanted

    38. 15} The levying of this tax requires a multitude of revenue officers, sufficient to guard the transportation of goods, not only from one province to another, but from one shop to another

    39. Shenandoah and the prisoners had been placed aboard for transportation back to the Milo, Waddell steamed to the northeast in pursuit of the other two vessels and caught up with the Sophia Thornton first

    40. The procedure for transportation seemed technically to be so complicated Captain Zolla seemed to think it not worth trying to explain in full

    41. La Paz is a major transportation center

    42. transportation, cabs being out of my price range

    43. always being wakened by the hiss of air brakes, and the stops and starts associated with this type of transportation

    44. Realising that the trip would encroach on Cruzel’s mid-afternoon appointment, forcing him to leave them earlier than he may have liked, and the senior thought this was an excellent idea and ordered transportation for the three of them

    45. So few wagons had been shipped that there was no transportation for their effects, and as regiment after regiment was rushed to the front, the men, labouring in the sweltering heat, discarded articles mile by mile, until they had nothing but the clothes they stood upright in, and the route of the advance resembled the trail of a retreating army

    46. furnished land transportation to New York where I caught a flight that would take me to Kansas City

    47. (Road Rage) If I may indulge a science fiction fantasy for a moment, I envision a day in the foreseeable future when an elaborate, computerized transportation network transporting travelers in ―PODS‖ atop elevated guideways will become a reality

    48. Though equipped with the much larger C160 Transall and C130 Hercules transportation aircraft than Dakota's (DC3) the paratroopers did not jump even a fraction of what the Rhodesian paratroopers did and never did more than a few combat jumps during the entire war of which the Kasinga attack in 1978 was the largest

    49. That will not be easy, since there is no transportation to those regions and to go by foot with the whole family would be an impossibility

    50. “Try taking the train to Smolensk, and from there try alternate transportation,” the cashier suggested

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