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Dispense dans une phrase (en anglais)

1. Let us dispense with useless words.
2. Let's dispense with the measuring piece up front.
3. You dispense it here and tell them it’s vitamins.
4. Seventy percent of the time, we can dispense freely.
5. The author of this book does not dispense medical or.
6. May we be permitted to dispense with it for the future.
7. Yet now you have chosen to dispense with her services.

8. I try to dispense with pomp and luxury wherever applicable.
9. I think we can dispense with the formalities from here on.
10. It is too barren of reason to dispense a ray of light whatsoever.
11. You will have it as a creative mass at your dispense, if you so.
12. They would isolate them from the main group and dispense with them.
13. One of the facts quickly rumored was that Lydgate did not dispense drugs.
14. Mediators assist those in need and dispense out justice, Rivan said.
15. He did not disdain his servants, which caused his wife to dispense with them.
16. I am willing, sir, to dispense with the parental tenderness of the British navy.
17. He wanted to get this operation into motion and dispense with all the trivialities.
18. WACC to other capital structure variables, and almost completely dispense with the.
19. It would not have been very difficult to persuade them to dispense with the mirror.
20. The evidence that demonstrates that Jesus appeared to dispense with His usual religious.
21. If we have the doctor’s office dispense it, we can tell them it’s vitamins, Sam said.
22. If God willed it so, he would be ready to dispense his wrath to the minions of the archenemy.
23. Citizen, I desire nothing more than to get to Paris, though I could dispense with the escort.
24. It is one of the luxuries of the modern age that we can dispense with curtains and shades.
25. The mosque also set up its own courts to dispense Islamic justice, saying the state had failed.
26. Doctors and nurses were present at all times to deal with emergencies and dispense routine care.
27. I think we can dispense with formalities considering the circumstances, not to mention my attire.
28. Amalric felt he could well dispense with Valerius, once he had paved the way for a Nemedian victory.
29. Let’s first dispense with the idea that saying no to spending on certain things means you’re cheap.
30. He told us that our life is dependant on His permanent sustenance, so we cannot dispense with Him a moment.
31. Human evolution and spiritual progress are hardly sufficient to enable all men to dispense with religious authority.
32. He knew the Haadij would also be eager to dispense with the revenge part of the mission and start the seed-ship part.
33. That last word should be a good clue that we need to dispense with certain information, which just isn’t on the money.
34. This woman, like many women of her sort, had a load of caresses and a burden of blows and injuries to dispense each day.
35. We believed, then, in the old woman’s boasts; and those who had traded with her were quick to dispense of their jewelry.
36. Then he would begin to dispense all sorts of pills to Marilyn in what could only be considered generous quantities.
37. We dispense with extraneous data and focus on the message, not what are the parts telling me in their holistic trans-437.
38. Rather than incur this expense, he was willing to dispense with the honor supposed to be attached to such an Establishment.
39. In certain circumstances, momentum could be more important than caution, though it was never wise to dispense with wariness.
40. And who knows? Did he steal? Has it been proved? The name of Jean Valjean overwhelms him, and seems to dispense with proofs.
41. The water system had a reservoir that still appeared to be full and they could use a drainage valve as a tap to dispense it.
42. As I said, I have nothing to lose, except my virtue, which I was getting ready to dispense with anyway, out of sheer necessity.
43. As for any of the pet projects the other parties might dispense, whether it comes from your Romulan Empress, the Klingons, or.
44. But it will be some years before the beginner has got his eye trained to such accuracy of observation that he can dispense with it.
45. Another reason has to do with who’s in charge of the newspapers, magazines, radio and television stations that dispense the news.
46. Did he simply limit himself to storing the air in high– pressure tanks and then dispense it according to his crew's needs? Perhaps.
47. It was impossible for Monseigneur to dispense with one of these attendants on the chocolate and hold his high place under the admiring Heavens.
48. He hoped that with intelligent assistance I should meet with little to discourage me, and should soon be able to dispense with any aid but his.
49. Slowly, short steps, short distances at first, but part of her personal policy now was to dispense with the wheel chair and to rely on it no more.
50. And will you consent to dispense with a great many conventional forms and phrases, without thinking that the omission arises from insolence?
51. A most awesome weapon that even the dullest witted could see would change the rules of war forever and force the users to dispense with honour or mercy.
52. I like to dispense with physical form whenever possible, I find it serves no purpose other than easing the fears of fairly primitive cerebral cortices like yours.
53. Nevertheless, the merchants could not hold courts and dispense justice the way they did in borough towns – the Kingsbridge prior retained those powers for himself.
54. A deal of people, Miss, are for trusting all to Providence; but I say Providence will not dispense with the means, though He often blesses them when they are used discreetly.
55. Whenever Johnson had to dispense her medication for her skin allergy, he snaked his hand and wrist to the back of her mouth and dropped the tablet on her large rectangular tongue.
56. We don't need a fourth order condensate to entangle the dark bodies, we can entangle the virtual particles created in the veron store and dispense with that massive and hungry equipment.
57. I can certainly dispense with the gift of the present, the future is not only uncertain but does not augur anything good and my only comfort and source of strength and happiness is my past.
58. The Commonwealth of Massachusetts should dispense with its farcical practice of holding mock elections and simply designate its Senior Senator Senate Pro-Consul for life and be done with it!.
59. His works and designs included the first known wind powered device, a wind driven organ; and a crude early version of a vending machine that would dispense holy water when a coin was deposited.
60. The illumination from the floodlights mounted at interval between the warehouses, while mostly directed towards the quays, provided enough light to dispense with the use of night vision goggles.
61. Therefore, with this, my fifteenth book, I am going to dispense with the customary page-after-page accounting of secondary source material, if only for the sake of space and time considerations.
62. The qualifications which have received the testimony of Lord Lawrence and Sir Bartle Frere, in respect of the Indian detachment, dispense with further reply to the calumnies of skeptical criticism.
63. When Agrippina Petrovna entered his room he declared to her with a determination which he himself did not expect, that he had no further need of the house, and that he would dispense with her services.
64. If he must dispense his balm of Gilead in nostrums and apothegms of dubious taste to restore to health a generation of unfledged profligates let his practice consist better with the doctrines that now engross him.
65. My object in the proposed reduction was not to enable the Government to get on with the aid of loans and taxes, but to make such a reduction as would have enabled the Government to dispense with a recurrence to them.
66. The Almighty would then protect them from all evil and damage and would overwhelm them with heart’s bliss and happiness, in this way making them dispense with the delights of those vices of which they have repented.
67. The purpose for which methadone clinics were established is to dispense methadone (Dolophine) to those who abuse heroin and other opiates, in the hope of reducing or eliminating opiate usage by maintaining patients on methadone.
68. The great extension of means of communication and interchange of ideas has made men completely able to dispense with state aid in forming societies, associations, corporations, and congresses for scientific, economic, and political objects.
69. I don’t know if the relief of this strange, unconscious confession was to be thanked, but it seemed that, from that night, Anthea made slow but steady progress and it was but a short time later that I was able to dispense with the services of Mrs.
70. Poindexter observed, that as the bill must stand or fall on its principle, and could not want amendment, he should wish to dispense with the usual course of reference to a Committee of the Whole, and that it should be engrossed for a third reading.
71. His strict but fair tone was indicative of his intentions: He would be reasonably cooperative and would dispense of the pleasantries and honors where applicable, but that would not bring Tyrpledge up to the same level as him, the proxy of the Castigator.
72. Her feelings, probably, were not acute; he had never supposed them to be so; but her comforts might not be less on that account; and if she could dispense with seeing her husband a leading, shining character, there would certainly be everything else in her favour.
73. Giry had bowed herself out, with the dignity that never deserted her, the manager told the inspector that they had decided to dispense with that old madwoman's services; and, when he had gone in his turn, they instructed the acting-manager to make up the inspector's accounts.
74. The support which we have received, and for which we are deeply grateful, has been far beyond our most sanguine hopes, and has caused us to dispense with no small portion of those less important efforts of our own, with which we were prepared to succour our infant undertaking.
75. As one of London’s lady mayoresses, she will dispense delightful hospitality in her handsome house in Upper Grosvenor Street, which is famous for its three wonderful drawing rooms, decorated by the Brothers Adam, and regarded by connoisseurs as one of the most perfect examples of their art and taste.
76. A certain wealthy woman related to Mohammad Amin died, but just before her death she had charged her trustee Mohammad Amin, whose faithfulness she was sure of, to dispense a large amount of her money as alms to the poor and needy to gain grace for her pure soul that would bring her nearer to God and His Envoy.
77. Where were they found? Spinning among their handmaids! What was the occupation of a Virginian wife—her highest ambition? To attend to her domestic and household cares; to dispense medicine and food to the sick; to minister to the comfort of her family, her servants, and her poor neighbors, where she had any.
78. We’ll have to cast our projectiles with the same grooved bases and fit them with a seal, after all, but Brother Sylvestrai suggested we could still dispense with the rifling studs the heretics rely on if we used a wrought-iron skirt or shoe the same diameter as the shell but stamped around its rim to take the rifling.
79. In the first place he was sorry that Natasha, for whom he cared more than for anyone else in the family, should be lost to the home; and secondly, from his hussar point of view, he regretted not to have been there to show that fellow Bolkonski that connection with him was no such great honor after all, and that if he loved Natasha he might dispense with permission from his dotard.
80. In the first place he was sorry that Natásha, for whom he cared more than for anyone else in the family, should be lost to the home; and secondly, from his hussar point of view, he regretted not to have been there to show that fellow Bolkónski that connection with him was no such great honor after all, and that if he loved Natásha he might dispense with permission from his dotard father.
81. As chakras dispense energy, they serve as possibly you could call them miniature heart centers for the manner that they spread and dispense the energy through the body as the heart does with blood – that is the manner in which your sinus cavities, those contained within the structure of the skull, spread the energy to the brain and pass messages back and forth from internal to external and vice versa.
82. The widely diffused means of communication and transmission of thought have achieved this result,—that when the modern man desires to found societies, assemblies, corporations, congresses, scientific, economical, or political institutions, not only can he easily dispense with the assistance of governments, but in the majority of cases governments are more of a hindrance than a help in the pursuit of such objects.
83. From his earliest employment as an errandboy in a seaport, he had looked through the windows of the moneychangers as other boys look through the windows of the pastrycooks; the fascination had wrought itself gradually into a deep special passion; he meant, when he had property, to do many things, one of them being to marry a genteel young person; but these were all accidents and joys that imagination could dispense with.
84. Has the time come for men to cast aside the customs of the State and establish a new order? When a man's inner consciousness has so developed that he feels himself hampered by the requirements of the State, and can no longer submit to the restraint, realizing at the same time that he has ceased to need its protecting care, the question whether or no men have matured sufficiently to enable them to dispense with the State is disposed of without reference to former arguments.
85. It is, it appears, impossible to prevent men, heated by party, and seeking only the gratification of their own passions, from trampling in the dust the charter which we have sworn to support; for though our constitution has said, in the broadest terms which our language knows, that the freedom of speech and of the press shall not be abridged, men have been found so lost to all sense of their country's good, as to pass the act, commonly called the sedition act, and to send out our judges to dispense, not law, but politics from the bench.
86. And I do solemnly, in the presence of God, profess, testify, and declare, that I do make this declaration, and every part thereof, in the plain and ordinary sense of the words read unto me, as they are commonly understood by English Protestants, without any evasion, equivocation, or mental reservation, and without any dispensation already granted me for this purpose by the Pope or any other authority or person whatsoever, or without any hope of any such dispensation from any person or authority whatsoever, or without thinking that I am or can be acquitted before God or man, or absolved of this declaration or any part thereof, although the Pope or any other person or persons or power whatsoever shall dispense with or annul the same, or declare that it was null and void from the beginning.
87. Christianity is not a legislation but a new life-conception; hence it was not obligatory, nor has it been accepted by all men in its full meaning, but only by a few; the rest have accepted it in a corrupted form—Moreover, Christianity is a prophecy of the disappearance of the pagan life, and therefore of the necessity of accepting the Christian doctrine—Non-resistance of evil by violence is one of the principles of the Christian doctrine which must inevitably be accepted by men at the present day—Two methods of solving every struggle—The first method consists in believing the general definitions of evil to be binding upon all, and to resist this evil by violence—The second, the Christian method, consists in not resisting evil by violence—Although the failure of the first method was recognized in the first centuries of Christianity, it is still employed; but as humanity advanced it has become more evident that there is not, nor can there be, a general definition of evil—Now this has become evident to all, and if the violence which is destined to combat evil exists, it is not because it is considered necessary, but because men do not know how to dispense with it—The difficulty of dispensing with it is due to the skilfulness and complexity of political violence—This violence is supported by four methods: by threats, bribes, hypnotism, and the employment of military force—Deliverance from State violence cannot be accomplished by overthrowing the State—Through experience of the misery of pagan life men are compelled to acknowledge the doctrine of Christ, with its non-resistance to evil,—a doctrine which they have hitherto ignored—To this same necessity of acknowledging the Christian doctrine we are brought by the consciousness of its truth—This consciousness is in utter contradiction to our life, and is especially evident in regard to general military conscription; but, in consequence of habit and the four methods of State violence, men do not see this inconsistency of Christianity with the duties of a soldier—Men do not see it even when the authorities themselves show them plainly all the immorality of the duties of a soldier—The call of the general conscription is the extreme trial for every man,—the command to choose between the Christian doctrine of non-resistance or servile submission to the existing organization of the State—Men generally submit to the demands of the State organization, renouncing all that is sacred, as though there were no other issue—For men of the pagan life-conception, indeed, no other issue does exist; they are compelled to acknowledge it, regardless of all the dreadful calamities of war—Society composed of such men must inevitably perish, and no social changes can save it—The pagan life has reached its last limits; it works its own destruction.
88. Used to dispense with other lands, incarnating this land,.
1. I know they are rather sticky at dispensing them.
2. This was a box to store cocaine in with its own dispensing.
3. Chrissie fussed around, dispensing plates and food to the men.
4. Sweny and Co (Limited), dispensing chemists, when, when Frederick M.
5. Where shall we meet? asked Karl after dispensing with the pleasantries.
6. They had sticks that made loud noises, dispensing pain and death from a distance.
7. She always seemed to start talking with the second sentence, dispensing with the first.
8. She aimed the white plastic dispensing tip at the strawberry in her hand and pressed firmly.
9. On the way to my room, I stopped at a dispensing machine on my floor, and got several bottles.
10. When people with such an agenda are in charge with dispensing the facts, hope is bound to wither.
11. In those dispensing government largess condescension toward their charges merges into contempt, then hatred.
12. She would always win with Steve busting in to arrest him just after she had finished dispensing some justice.
13. Master Richard Shelton sat at the foot of his sister’s table dispensing its hospitalities chiefly to himself.
14. It is difficult to describe the restlessness that I was feeling by the treatment that Leonardo was dispensing me.
15. Costigan had finished dispensing the weapons, and disappeared back into the straight, perfect lines of the soldiers.
16. Here you are, she said, dispensing the pain medication to both of us while we sat in the luxurious rocking chairs.
17. Before dispensing Mark’s, he asked, When was the last time you ate? I had some pussy about seven this morning.
18. Michael pushed through the throng to the self serve salad bar and took a salad and then a can of coke from the dispensing machine.
19. I had pictured my father dispensing wisdom like Uncle Remus in Br’er Rabbit, or even the guy behind the curtain in The Wizard of Oz.
20. Now, I could make small talk with the ladies dispensing food samples and mingle with the other customers without giving it much thought.
21. Most Christian and Western religions understand God dispensing the deserved reward or punishment when Self passes to the other side.
22. Interestingly enough, one group of investors was left out when Graham and Dodd were dispensing advice in the last chapter of Security Analysis.
23. She was constantly on the lookout for men dispensing with the seaside to swim in the hotel swimming pools on the off chance of a casual flirtation.
24. Dispensing with any attempt to take them prisoners, Ingrid immediately fired on full automatic with her carbine, imitated by her two radio operators.
25. Following the woman inside the inspection hut, Joseph watched her use some sort of money dispensing machine to form piles of coins on a service counter.
26. Randall and me poured into our respective chairs, just trying to maximize skin contact with the rotating blast of air that Jesse’s fan was dispensing.
27. Smilie, said he did not think it proper to give this dispensing power to the majority, if they by the constitution did not possess it, as he contended they did not.
28. One of these reforms was to act stoutly on the strength of a recent legal decision, and simply prescribe, without dispensing drugs or taking percentage from druggists.
29. Now he watched Kaspyr dispensing hot tea into the rescued mugs with half his attention while the other half stayed glued to the imagery projected onto his contact lenses.
30. Well, it better bloody had been! The girls watched a show where the lesbian in the black glasses from the baking contest was the voice of an annoying robot dispensing fashion advice.
31. It is perhaps possible to proceed without dispensing of objective representation altogether, and for those who wish to uphold representation, I say let us give it a try and move forward.
32. Back on the North Shore, her comrades anxiously watched her disappear in the night, with Alvaro Martinez dispensing the telephone wire from the truck so that Ingrid would not be held back.
33. But women, as a rule, don’t rule—they form groups of the like-minded, sharing necessities and advice, offering aid and comfort and dispensing wisdom gained by age or handed down from those before them.
34. It had worked very well so far, as a Drug dispensing and distribution area, once all the alterations and refurbishing had been completed and the pitch was again conducive to official matches, the drainage perfect.
35. Besides, the converts could have perceived every humiliation of the Hindus, at the hands of their coreligionists, alien though, as an Act of Allah dispensing His poetic justice for their unjust oppression of the past.
36. Doctor’s dispensing is stated by many to be one of the chief if not the chief cause of the ills from which pharmacy is a sufferer, and demands in more or less dignified terms are made that this iniquity shall cease.
37. I exhort the pharmacist of the future to be unremitting in his efforts to raise himself and his calling to a professional status, and then I predict for him that in the natural course the dispensing of medicines will come to him.
38. At a follow up meeting at Resurrection Church on April 19, 2006, the organization that presided over dispensing the results of that effort assured the citizens there that the amount of cancer was about equal to a control area 88.
39. Now, a doctor who is not over-scrupulous, and he would have to be not over-scrupulous to be here at all, would find a gold mine in the dispensing of drugs and the toning up of drug fiends and others who have been going the pace too rapidly.
40. The powders were neatly enough made up, but not with the nicety of the dispensing chemist; so that it was plain they were of Jekyll's private manufacture: and when I opened one of the wrappers I found what seemed to me a simple crystalline salt of a white colour.
41. He would shuffle over to the trashcan container full of dry food, scooping out a feed bucket full and walking around to the different dog dishes, dispensing it evenly, while I would open a can of wet dog food and spoon-feed it to the prancing, salivating, weird-noise-making, heathen dogs.
42. What reason could there be for enacting this law, if the principles of the law of 1807 were correct? If it was intended, by a side blow, to repeal that law, he had rather see it done at once; and not, whilst in appearance we had such a law, to give the President a dispensing power over it.
43. Borrowing Bigelow’s binoculars again, Ingrid inspected carefully that group and smiled to herself: the four communist soldiers were actually sleeping around their vehicle, which seemed to be a truck specialized in laying field telephone wires, with big spools of wires on dispensing drums on the back of the vehicle.
44. Saying this means that science should recognise any fire on earth represents many conditions of heat where the smoke is a solid –gas, the flame is a fluid going on to be gas, the coal are a solid heat going to a liquid as it simmers producing photons which in itself is the dispensing of liquid heat turned to singularity particle dividing.
45. Theoretically it is undoubtedly better that dispensing shall be done by the pharmacist, and prescribing by the medical man, but when we pharmacists claim this as a right, and accuse medicine of unjustly usurping our functions, it is well for us to remind ourselves that medical men, although they may not now as frequently as of old take the degree of L.
46. You not only dispel illusion as to the source of immortality, but as to (1) the 'glory’ to which souls are supposed by Protestants to go on departure (so dispensing with, or undervaluing, the hope of resurrection at Christ's return from heaven); and (2) as to the condition of souls in Purgatory, where Romanists believe them to be chastised for the venial sins of a lifetime.
47. The group sat in awe as Travis related Komadze's life-story, and told of how, as a young soldier he had fought with the Polish underground, been awarded the gold star -- A Hero of the Soviet Union -- and had then been trained as an intelligence officer and worked in most areas of the world, dispensing disinformation, establishing intelligence networks, infiltrating security covers and arranging high level assassinations.
48. In exactly the same spirit as you now say: "It's Their Land," "It's Their Water," "It's Their Coal," "It's Their Iron," so you would say "It's Their Air," "These are their gasometers, and what right have the likes of us to expect them to allow us to breathe for nothing?" And even while he is doing this the air monopolist will be preaching sermons on the Brotherhood of Man; he will be dispensing advice on "Christian Duty" in the Sunday magazines; he will give utterance to numerous more or less moral maxims for the guidance of the young.
49. God, who sees all and never strikes amiss, punished him, no doubt, for his sordid calculations and the legal cleverness with which, accurante Cruchot, he had drawn up his marriage contract, in which husband and wife gave to each other, in case they should have no children, their entire property of every kind, landed or otherwise, without exception or reservation, dispensing even with the formality of an inventory; provided that said omission of said inventory shall not injure their heirs and assigns, it being understood that this deed of gift is, etc.
50. It was clear that Lydgate, by not dispensing drugs, intended to cast imputations on his equals, and also to obscure the limit between his own rank as a general practitioner and that of the physicians, who, in the interest of the profession, felt bound to maintain its various grades,—especially against a man who had not been to either of the English universities and enjoyed the absence of anatomical and bedside study there, but came with a libellous pretension to experience in Edinburgh and Paris, where observation might be abundant indeed, but hardly sound.
51. Christianity is not a legislation but a new life-conception; hence it was not obligatory, nor has it been accepted by all men in its full meaning, but only by a few; the rest have accepted it in a corrupted form—Moreover, Christianity is a prophecy of the disappearance of the pagan life, and therefore of the necessity of accepting the Christian doctrine—Non-resistance of evil by violence is one of the principles of the Christian doctrine which must inevitably be accepted by men at the present day—Two methods of solving every struggle—The first method consists in believing the general definitions of evil to be binding upon all, and to resist this evil by violence—The second, the Christian method, consists in not resisting evil by violence—Although the failure of the first method was recognized in the first centuries of Christianity, it is still employed; but as humanity advanced it has become more evident that there is not, nor can there be, a general definition of evil—Now this has become evident to all, and if the violence which is destined to combat evil exists, it is not because it is considered necessary, but because men do not know how to dispense with it—The difficulty of dispensing with it is due to the skilfulness and complexity of political violence—This violence is supported by four methods: by threats, bribes, hypnotism, and the employment of military force—Deliverance from State violence cannot be accomplished by overthrowing the State—Through experience of the misery of pagan life men are compelled to acknowledge the doctrine of Christ, with its non-resistance to evil,—a doctrine which they have hitherto ignored—To this same necessity of acknowledging the Christian doctrine we are brought by the consciousness of its truth—This consciousness is in utter contradiction to our life, and is especially evident in regard to general military conscription; but, in consequence of habit and the four methods of State violence, men do not see this inconsistency of Christianity with the duties of a soldier—Men do not see it even when the authorities themselves show them plainly all the immorality of the duties of a soldier—The call of the general conscription is the extreme trial for every man,—the command to choose between the Christian doctrine of non-resistance or servile submission to the existing organization of the State—Men generally submit to the demands of the State organization, renouncing all that is sacred, as though there were no other issue—For men of the pagan life-conception, indeed, no other issue does exist; they are compelled to acknowledge it, regardless of all the dreadful calamities of war—Society composed of such men must inevitably perish, and no social changes can save it—The pagan life has reached its last limits; it works its own destruction.
52. Collecting, dispensing, singing, there I wander with them,.
53. At one point, Fred comes over to where I am dispensing cups of tea,.
1. Having dispensed with the rules, the Colonel.
2. But real flowers can never be dispensed with.
3. PABLO: So this is where white justice is dispensed.
4. When he returned, he had dispensed with the condom.
5. They finished, and clean up was quickly dispensed with.
6. Tommy dispensed justice as best he could, and twice he.
7. The Chief dispensed swift justice for any indiscretions.
8. She took a sip, and then dispensed the rest onto the rag.
9. He dispensed some lotion into his hands, warmed it, and then.
10. And the alms which are dispensed without deference or con-.
11. His change came in coins, expertly reckoned and deftly dispensed.
12. Annie quickly dispensed with the introductions and pressed on to the.
13. The roast mutton was on the table, and I had dispensed with attendance.
14. He would have to be dispensed of sooner rather than later, but not immediately.
15. There is individuality about the Christian religion that cannot be dispensed with.
16. After all the opening formalities were dispensed with, the trial began in earnest.
17. The hospital staff dispensed a lot of anti nausea medications during those two days.
18. There is an individuality about the Christian religion that cannot be dispensed with.
19. Oh, how that great machine at the town’s center dispensed Time in blowing weathers.
20. Nor were the oarsmen quite idle, though their wonted duty was now altogether dispensed with.
21. Brents: There is individuality about the Christian religion that cannot be dispensed with.
22. He dispensed health and scattered happiness naturally and gracefully as he journeyed through life.
23. The two tracksuit-wearing youths, having dispensed with their chewing gum, sidled up to Danny and Ben.
24. One day she asked me to bring her two boxes of sleeping pills that were dispensed solely on prescription.
25. No one objecting, the reading of the documents was dispensed with, and the whole was ordered to be printed.
26. While methadone can be injected, it is usually dispensed orally as a tablet or syrup in methadone clinics.
27. Chinese herbal medicine is usually dispensed after acupuncture treatment although it can be used as a standalone.
28. Not only are our emotions regulated and monitored, but also how they are stimulated are legislated and dispensed.
29. He wouldn't have been himself if he could have dispensed with the cheap gibing free-thought which was in vogue in his day.
30. The Director seated himself and dispensed with the normal informalities which usually began the daily directorate briefing.
31. It was odd, I thought, how the same ingredients, differently dispensed, could produce Brideshead, Sebastian, Julia, and her.
32. She had the feeling that if anyone else was to covet her, his life would be worthless, and he would be dispensed with immediately.
33. By this time, I had dispensed with the medicines that prevented me from using opiates and was taking OxyContin pretty regularly.
34. Half a dozen bartenders dispensed champagne, whiskey, soft drinks and beer, while four chefs busily prepared food over outdoor fires.
35. I stirred in my chair with a furious need to babble, but dared not throw boiling oil on a priest while he dispensed cool holy spring water.
36. Those who in their eagerness for the extra ½% of income return dispensed with the joint guarantee committed a patent mistake of judgment.
37. I wanted to retort that he and I had dispensed with formalities on an equally short acquaintance but I couldn't alert George to his presence.
38. Someone turned on a boom box, and the guy who showed up with a keg of Star Beer dispensed it into previously used plastic cups and took money.
39. Soon enough, the meat was dispensed with and the young woman moved on to the soup, which she sheepishly attempted to eat with a bit more decorum.
40. He handed her the glass of water, along with a dose of the sedative-pain medication he’d prescribed and dispensed to her earlier, at the clinic.
41. In either case, it does constitute a certain portion of a person’s net assets that subtracts from the amount eventually dispensed to the heir(s).
42. Because of the limits of our linear existence, repetition, for all of its tendency to stray from the True visionary message, cannot be dispensed with.
43. Since having a wooden leg he had dispensed with his crutches completely and now used a magnificent ebony walking stick that Emilia Thorne had given him.
44. Once the claw seized a number, you could press the corresponding digit on a keyboard, whereupon your fortune would be dispensed to you on a printed card.
45. I remember that my wife had once mentioned to me that on the corner of our street there lived an old Uzbek witch, who dispensed all kinds of herbal cures.
46. The principle did exist in the British service, not by statutory, but by admiralty regulations; and in all such cases rewards had been liberally dispensed.
47. Having dispensed with that formality, Walter began to deliver his message, which he carried in his head because Robin feared committing anything to writing.
48. Upon discovering her state of distress, he asked her if she’d sleep more comfortably if he gave her a stronger dose of the sedative he’d dispensed earlier.
49. I believe you have come to regard me as a sort of medicine, medicine of the tonic order, and wish to bring your sick soul to the very place where it is dispensed.
50. He had waited five years and bought a mansion where he dispensed star-light to casual moths so that he could ‘come over’ some afternoon to a stranger’s garden.
51. Sometimes she went to bed late, sometimes early; sometimes she appeared at luncheon, sometimes she did not; sometimes she took supper, sometimes she dispensed with it.
52. If necessity or charity dictates otherwise, the monastic is dispensed from the usual response to the bell and finds the will of God in the emergency or charitable deed.
53. I was introduced to them by Basil and because they could be dispensed only by prescription, I had to go to my local doctor, a woman, who had some reservations on their use.
54. These laws require that certain drugs be dispensed only with a valid prescription because they are not safe for use without supervision of a licensed health care practitioner.
55. A question of far more interest for me is why Lambert needed Versilov when, having the letter in his possession, he might perfectly well have dispensed with the latter's assistance.
56. In one of Stephen's public sermons, when he reached the objectionable part of the discourse, they dispensed with all formalities of trial and proceeded to stone him to death on the spot.
57. Sammis of the Wisconsin College of Agriculture conducted a booth at the 1921 Wisconsin state fair and dispensed milk in twenty-five new, pleasing, and attractive ways over a soda fountain.
58. Although the selection of material is a matter that can be well dispensed with until the general design has been determined, the architect suggests as in harmony with the treatment, Westerly, R.
59. Regarding MF’s, or Mangled Facts, however, the White House led all other nations' executive branches with an unimaginable 97% of all information dispensed being incorrectly cited and/or referenced.
60. As Duncan could only act as the representative of the commandant of the fort, the ceremonies which should have accompanied a meeting between the heads of the adverse forces were, of course, dispensed with.
61. In our opinion a good deal of the information relative to minor matters that appears in registration statements and prospectuses might be dispensed with to general advantage; but if, in lieu thereof, the S.
62. She looked marvellously beautiful in her deep mourning dress, and Morrel experienced such intense delight in gazing upon her that he felt as if he could almost have dispensed with the conversation of her grandfather.
63. In Maryland, it is illegal to sell condoms from vending machines, with one exception: prophylactics may be dispensed from a vending machine only in places where alcoholic beverages are sold for consumption on the premises.
64. I had half convinced myself that I would discover the cultists in the carnival, but my truest reason for coming there, more unconscious than not, had been to learn if the fortune-telling machine, Gypsy Mummy, still dispensed predictions.
65. There is a great difference between wealth which leads to covetousness and selfishness and that which is held and dispensed in the spirit of stewardship by those who have an abundance of this world's goods, and who so bountifully contribute to the support of those who devote all their energies to the work of the kingdom.
66. Through the mysterious agency which works in schools and among servants, it was quite well known in the morning that Sara Crewe was in horrible disgrace, that Ermengarde was under punishment, and that Becky would have been packed out of the house before breakfast, but that a scullery maid could not be dispensed with at once.
67. If it be asserted that it was the presence of the Godhead within which dispensed with the infliction of endless pains, through the substitution of an Infinite Majesty for the infinitely extended misery of a finite being, we reply, that this is an 'afterthought of theology’ which finds no place in the authoritative record.
68. Pains should generally be taken not to make an elaborate picture of an architectural sketch, and the processes preliminary to making a highly-finished water-color painting, such as laying a ground-color of neutral orange, and sponging it partly out, cutting out foreground lights with a knife, and so on, are best dispensed with.
69. She was even more impressed when she realised that her centenarian relative, having dispensed with a life of genteel blackmail in her early eighties, had subsequently taught herself not only the arts of silver surfing, but had also majored as a writer of hacking and viral software on a par with any young eastern European hotshot.
70. So far this tale has dwelt on the sybaritic life of the pasha so to dispel any thoughts that one might have that he cared nothing for the less fortunate it is vital to mention that the surplus food from his sultanic dining table was dispersed daily among many poor families, in addition to certain salaries which he dispensed monthly to needy families.
71. In these my confidence will, under every difficulty, be best placed, next to that which we have all been encouraged to feel in the guardianship and guidance of that Almighty Being whose power regulates the destiny of nations, whose blessings have been so conspicuously dispensed to this rising Republic, and to whom we are bound to address our devout gratitude for the past, as well as our fervent supplications and best hopes for the future.
72. When, partly by the conveniency of discounting bills, and partly by that of cash accounts, the creditable traders of any country can be dispensed from the necessity of keeping any part of their stock by them unemployed, and in ready money, for answering occasional demands, they can reasonably expect no farther assistance from hanks and bankers, who, when they have gone thus far, cannot, consistently with their own interest and safety, go farther.
73. Somehow—by small borrowings, sundry strokes of business, petitions for grace, and promises to repay—he contrived to carry on the property, and, making himself overseer, donned his father’s greatcoat (still preserved in a drawer), dispensed with horses and carriages, discouraged guests from calling at Mitishtchi, fashioned his own sleighs, increased his arable land and curtailed that of the serfs, felled his own timber, sold his produce in person, and saw to matters generally.
74. Anselmo, hidden behind some tapestries where he had concealed himself, beheld and was amazed at all, and already felt that what he had seen and heard was a sufficient answer to even greater suspicions; and he would have been now well pleased if the proof afforded by Lothario's coming were dispensed with, as he feared some sudden mishap; but as he was on the point of showing himself and coming forth to embrace and undeceive his wife he paused as he saw Leonela returning, leading Lothario.
75. This is true; but why has he done so, and how justified by the law under which alone he was authorized to act, is, to my mind, perfectly inexplicable; why, in the course of this arrangement with France, he has varied the ground which he first took—why dispensed with requisites at one time declared indispensable—why he advanced in exactions from Great Britain in proportion as he receded from demands on France, is left for himself and those who have more wisdom than myself, to determine.
76. The committee feel themselves by no means able to draw a line of distinction between a just claim liquidated and a just one unliquidated; and to attempt the invidious task of distinction in point of merit, where there can be no difference, and to open the statutes of limitation in order to relieve a part or a few favorite classes of claims, does not comport, in the view of your committee, with any principle of fairness, or with that equal system of distributive justice which ought to be dispensed toward all.
77. He doubted the policy of engaging in the business at all; for navies, he said, had deceived the hopes of every country which had relied upon them; that we could never expect to be able to meet Great Britain on the ocean; that we had fought through the Revolution without a navy; for in that contest, a single privateer had done more than the few ships of war which were in possession of the old Congress; that except we are able to build and equip a navy equal to meet the British at sea, we were better without one, as our ships would probably fall a prey to their superior force; that his greatest objection against a navy was, that it must be kept up in time of peace as well as in war; that when the gentlemen spoke of a navy as cheaper than an army, they could not mean to say that if we had a navy the army could be dispensed with—they could not, for instance, take possession of Canada by a navy; that the building of a navy would burden the people with oppressive taxes; that such an establishment would serve only to increase Executive patronage; that with respect to commerce, the people were willing to give it all the protection in their power, but they could not provide a navy for that purpose.
78. Now if this atonement process is dispensed with,.
1. The solution-focused process dispenses with problem analysis.
2. God dispenses the provisions to whomever He wills, and restricts.
3. It foresees the facility of borrowing, and therefore dispenses itself from the duty of saving.
4. He through the anointing, mediates, dispenses, and gives forth the reality of the New Covenant in our hearts and our lives.
5. I say, that the motion of a Sperm Whale's flukes above water dispenses a perfume, as when a musk-scented lady rustles her dress in a warm parlor.
6. While some of it dispenses the truth and has a purpose, there is so much that not only is unnecessary, but just adds to clutter and a need for maintenance.
7. He dispenses to those the things that are written in the will, and the Lord Jesus Christ, the anointed One, He as mediator, gives that which was written in the will.
8. Artists of life learn to use the trauma and the pain that life dispenses at every step of the way as supreme creative forces behind the creation of a type of beauty that does not yet exist.
9. The standard MACD is constructed from exponential moving averages, but this modified version uses simple moving averages and dispenses with the MACD histogram altogether, resulting in a cleaner indicator.
10. The Lutheran catechism says: "Our Church is a holy Christian society of believers under Christ, our Master, in which the Holy Ghost, by means of the Bible and the sacraments, offers, communicates, and dispenses the divine salvation,"—meaning by that, that the Catholic Church is in error, and has fallen away from grace, and that the genuine tradition has been preserved in Protestantism.

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