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Procure dans une phrase (en anglais)

  1. Vual: His Office is to procure.
  2. The reason for playing is to procure; the.
  3. Now, it is not always easy to procure a dynasty.
  4. You simply need to procure the services of a competent.
  5. Could you procure a stout iron bar between now and this.

  6. New Bedford, and to procure provisions for the long voyage.
  7. Eaton will take some pains to procure and furnish specimens.
  8. And who are the devoted band, and where will he procure them?
  9. We have no masks, and it is absolutely necessary to procure them.
  10. So he sent for the fisherman, and asked him to procure four more fish.
  11. Grant should wish to procure so agreeable a visitor for her sister?
  12. Yet this was an explanation that did not procure him any peace of mind.
  13. Prayer is the way to procure the outpouring of the Spirit upon our hearts.
  14. At other times it is difficult to procure them, at any rate in the large towns.
  15. There was an Act of Parliament which made it penal to procure ships for sailors.

  16. Naturally delicate, she needed many things that he was unable to procure for her.
  17. His birth and fortune thus naturally procure him some sort of judicial authority.
  18. The first thing he did was to procure a doctor's robe, so that his dress, added to.
  19. For food, her white bus driver went into restaurants to procure dinner for the group.
  20. Mallei had sent Juniper to the market to procure an order of herbs and baled hay for me.
  21. She had now come to Petersburg to procure an appointment in the Guards for her only son.
  22. Upon my return home I sent for him, and I then explained to him what I wished to procure.
  23. It was already nearly out of the inventory in 2051, so I will have to go procure some AS.
  24. Yes, your excellency; but if your reason for inquiry is that you may procure a window to.
  25. You might be able to procure data by searching other relevant announcements on microfiche.

  26. There is no reason to doubt our being able to procure the voluntary services of our seamen.
  27. This was the database that the Colony Service had used to procure his services in the past.
  28. It was on this foot that I solved to myself all the falsity I employed to procure him that.
  29. Some one wanted to learn to imitate your writing, and had to procure a specimen of it first.
  30. For food, she had her white bus driver go into the restaurant and procure dinner for the group.
  31. Captain Curra joined the flight crews and munitions specialists to see what they could procure.
  32. A woman has a hubby, but can also procure an extracurricular hobby, that is, engage in an affair.
  33. Aazuria wanted to ask how the twins had managed to procure such weapons, but she thought better of it.
  34. The only thing we will still have to procure regularly will be meat products, fresh fish, spices and salt.
  35. Leave commerce open, and you will soon have money in return for our produce, or that which will procure it.
  36. Others, however, there are who procure these papers and make use of them honestly, and remain on Christian soil.
  37. Greg would have gladly accepted the limitations of these dumb missiles if he had been able to procure any.
  38. She then went out to procure some yeast, telling the children not to leave the hut, and to take care of the flour.
  39. We are in need of provisions for our ships may we procure the necessary provisions in addition to our trade?
  40. Mikhail had managed to procure CCTV evidence showing clear as crystal Roger’s illicit dealings concerning narcotics.
  41. Have you any knowledge that the Railroad Company has arranged to procure or manufacture creosote for such a purpose?
  42. By the last square he needed to procure trillions and trillions of tons of rice, more than even the world could produce.
  43. Our priority concern for us now is to find new homes for those refugees and to procure or grow enough food to feed them.
  44. Peter will return to Headquarters with Faye Anne to procure the supplies we will need if we move on to find another planet.
  45. If it is employed in procuring future profit, it must procure this profit either by staying with him, or by going from him.
  46. They were given anything they wanted, or whatever the nobility could procure for them to stupefy them and keep them docile.
  47. Smilie said it was in his power, he believed, to make a statement to the House which would procure a discharge of this man.
  48. Darren winced, but tried to look at it from the angle that it would save Tony from having to procure more bodies from the outside.
  49. Thus was the nobleman deserted, and, having nothing to eat, he went to the village to procure some provisions for his dinner.
  50. Elizabeth poured herself a glass of Moselwein that the innkeeper had managed to procure from some source that he refused to reveal.
  51. He wrote from the province of Voronezh where he had been sent to procure remounts, but that letter did not set the countess at ease.
  52. He wrote from the province of Vorónezh where he had been sent to procure remounts, but that letter did not set the countess at ease.
  53. He greeted me graciously and thanked me profusely for taking the trouble to bring him the medicines he was unable to procure at home.
  54. That of those of other European nations was compiled from such information as the French ministers at the different courts could procure.
  55. When my term was over I set myself to get the diary and letters which, if sent to the Russian government, would procure my friend's release.
  56. When my term was over I set myself to get the diary and letters which, if sent to the Russian Government, would procure my friend's release.
  57. Having reached initial goals of broadcast acquisition, Park applied himself with the same energy to procure small daily and weekly newspapers.
  58. As I was in a state of extreme debility, I resolved to sail directly towards the town, as a place where I could most easily procure nourishment.
  59. Colin knew from experience that it was almost impossible to procure an attorney that quickly, especially on a Friday night after business hours.
  60. For him she felt much compassion;-- for Lucy very little--and it cost her some pains to procure that little;--for the rest of the party none at all.
  61. It is clear from the answers that most entrepreneurs still see the level of investment or ability to procure financing as their major stumbling block.
  62. To procure both the gold which it wants for its own use, and the consumable goods, would, in this way, employ a much smaller capital than at present.
  63. His first care on arriving in Paris had been to buy mourning clothes for a little girl of from seven to eight years of age; then to procure a lodging.
  64. To this day The Chief Of Police did not know how, or by what means the Dutchmen advertised or attended to procure potential clients for the young men.
  65. He flew towards the town, urged on the driver, and suddenly made a new and “unalterable” plan to procure that “accursed money” before evening.
  66. However, the IT Department said that there are no more available phone units with screen on them and they still have to procure additional phone units.
  67. You procure your mistresses from the opera, the Vaudeville, or the Varietes; I purchased mine at Constantinople; it cost me more, but I have nothing to fear.
  68. In truth the well seemed so appealing that I wanted to procure it myself, and sit like a Samaritan in hope that the Messiah might return and stop for a drink.
  69. Ralph Greenson’s wife, because the only thing that would happen was she would procure medication elsewhere and not inform her primary physicians about it.
  70. I hurried back to my hole, and, rage giving place to despair, sought for the potion that was to procure abortion, and swallowed it, with a wish that it might.
  71. Holon it would be a good idea if you can procure extra mounts for your and Sazen’s warriors, as you’ll both wear your horses out trying to catch up with us.
  72. The restaurants in Germany had to procure butter and other foodstuff which had to be smuggled through the closely guarded borders mostly from Denmark and Holland.
  73. The simple observation of the laws of nature had allowed him to earn enough income to first procure The Rocks, and to then to have it provide a living to them all.
  74. There may be good policy in retaliations of this kind, when there is a probability that they will procure the repeal of the high duties or prohibitions complained of.
  75. What could I know of the English railway lines? But money can procure willing agents all the world over, and I soon had one of the acutest brains in England to assist me.
  76. It also stated, that the family must take up the dispute with the housing development company, even if it did procure the necessary land registry papers regarding ownership.
  77. The sailors left us but a meager supply of food, so, as we have only a single revolver with but three cartridges left in it, we do not know how we can procure meat, though Mr.
  78. Such testimony, however, as they have been able to procure, they beg leave to submit as part of this report, and which may be referred to under the following heads and order:.
  79. Satisfied, Ingrid then took the time to procure from Hodge’s staff stocks of local maps before departing the USAFIK headquarters with her officers in their M20 armored cars.
  80. And let us imagine that as members of that association some of you enter into an investment to procure timber logs to be sawn at my mill into boards that can be sold at a profit.
  81. Then, thinking to cheer her, he had casually mentioned that Master Reave’s efforts to procure her a wondrously fashionable hat for the Autumn Ball appeared to be progressing well.
  82. A disguise was indispensable, and to procure it they must manage to get into the outskirts of the town, where Koulikoff had taken care some time before to prepare a den of some sort.
  83. The Clerk of the House was directed to procure newspapers from any number of offices that the members may elect, provided that the expense do not exceed the amount of three daily papers.
  84. He wasn�t sure how she had managed to procure such similar ingredients in such short order, but on the plate lay a reasonable facsimile of fried eggs, sausages, and pancakes with syrup.
  85. Some would have made their own arrangements concerning food, perhaps going out of their way to procure some meat either by hunting or by making certain trades, sometimes of a dubious nature.
  86. Not only humans crossed borders, but also animal, plant, algae, and bacterial species invaded each other's habitats to follow the food trail to procure the necessary conditions for survival.
  87. Newton, the Clerk of the House was directed to procure newspapers from any number of offices that the members may elect, provided that the expense do not exceed the amount of three daily papers.
  88. Embark in it when you please, it will not procure you indemnity for the past; and your security for the future must ultimately depend on the same promises, which you can obtain by peaceable means.
  89. With a longing that almost amounted to a passion, she craved jewels, good gowns, laces and all the other dear, delightful pomps and vanities of this world, which only a plethoric purse can procure.
  90. By this means the Government of the United States has exercised itself to procure relinquishment of outrages and violation of our neutral rights; but as often have all its efforts proved unavailing.
  91. They sent a messenger to a neighboring town to procure antibiotics and drugs that could be used for the sick In addition, there was a nurse available who could assist in translating the native tongue.
  92. It has been a fact long since well established, that a foreigner, who could scarcely speak our language, could procure a protection in Great Britain purporting to be evidence of his American citizenship.
  93. The convict is greedy for money, to the point of losing his reason, and, if he throws it away, he does so in order to procure what he places far above money—liberty, or at least a semblance of liberty.
  94. The first efforts of the managers will be directed to the establishment of a permanent museum, on a scale so comprehensive as to receive specimens of every thing curious which they may be able to procure.
  95. Baklouchin, and the convicts who were to take part in the performance, were endeavouring to persuade some of their acquaintances, nearly all officers' servants, to procure for them the necessary costumes.
  96. Winter set in, and Tarras wanted some sable fur with which to line his great-coat, and he sent his man to procure it for him; but the servant returned without it, saying: There are no sables to be had.
  97. Will gentlemen tell us from whence they are to procure the principal articles of provisions and lumber? I might rest the argument in safety on these articles alone; these are essential, and of our produce.
  98. Seybert said, as his colleague's principal objection to the motion appeared to be a difficulty as to facts, he hoped to procure his vote for its adoption by stating at least one which had come to his knowledge.
  99. Should you wish to accomplish anything that is beyond your financial means, we would be sincerely thankful for the opportunity to contribute funds, or anything else we own or can procure, in support of your plans.
  100. But what, sir, is the price we have at length paid for the repeal? The President's proclamation was not enough; the act of March added to it was not enough; we could not procure the revocation till we went to war.
  1. Hawes was the primary procuring.
  2. And the old prostitute of a mother procuring rooms to street couples.
  3. GMan bought a new dog for the very purpose of procuring Iceman’s problem.
  4. Along with the prisoner settlement, the business of procuring the supplies.
  5. Hence, procuring a business license is the first step that needs to be undertaken.
  6. The operation of returning the club was as simple as procuring it should have been.
  7. If you can’t even answer this question, your chance of procuring the sale is ZERO.
  8. It appears that a really abused animal when it comes to procuring laughs is the goat.
  9. There were rumours that he had been convicted of grievous bodily harm and procuring.
  10. In Madaba over an hour later, Juliana and Olin finished procuring and donning new outfits.
  11. Smith coming to the seat of Government, and back to New York, procuring clothes, enlisting men.
  12. If it is employed in procuring present enjoyment, it is a stock reserved for immediate consumption.
  13. He speaks with assumed dominance, You will handle procuring the poppy and getting it into Pakistan.
  14. As to procuring the hatchet, this trifle did not trouble Raskolnikoff in the least, for nothing was easier.
  15. It appears that while procuring some provisions for supper, Madame Magloire had heard things in divers places.
  16. It was locked, but the witch had taken the pains of procuring the key, there was a faint click as it unlocked.
  17. Knowing of the increasing difficulty of procuring the hypnotic trance, Van Helsing began his passes earlier than usual.
  18. If it is employed in procuring future profit, it must procure this profit either by staying with him, or by going from him.
  19. At the Casino the Grandmother seemed to be expected, for no time was lost in procuring her former place beside the croupier.
  20. Nor would he object to wholesale conception for the purpose of procuring and selling the resulting plenitude of spare parts.
  21. Procuring a handgun from a friend off the street, Lex and Michelle had snuck into the dorm master’s suite in the dead of night.
  22. Sukhotin, procuring her livelihood by the sale of the berries and vegetables from her own garden and the dairy products from her cows.
  23. Palmer's sympathy was shown in procuring all the particulars in her power of the approaching marriage, and communicating them to Elinor.
  24. Signor Pastrini had already set about procuring their disguises for the morrow; and he assured them that they would be perfectly satisfied.
  25. Now, Valentine, I firmly believe that he knew of my wish to possess this horse, and that he lost expressly to give me the means of procuring him.
  26. If the President referred to a certain document as justifying his conduct, by procuring that document the House would have the whole ground before it.
  27. I am greatly obliged to you for the trouble you have taken in procuring the books, though, if Spain fails, I shall scarcely have heart to look into them.
  28. He had been to several families that morning in hopes of procuring some addition to their number, but it was moonlight and every body was full of engagements.
  29. After a full day of procuring supplies and hauling the food they would need for the trip, Kim, Wren and Tracker lifted off the moon to meet their freighter client.
  30. Macon thought the proposition to tax this necessary of life, at a time when it is probable we may find a difficulty in procuring it in sufficient quantity, was very ill-timed.
  31. So what further clues could they have uncovered to give away his once secret alliance that wasn’t already revealed in the interrogation? It was simply a matter of procuring evidence.
  32. Rushworth had no difficulty in procuring a divorce; and so ended a marriage contracted under such circumstances as to make any better end the effect of good luck not to be reckoned on.
  33. He had seated himself on the slope in the Champ-de-Mars, turning over all sorts of thoughts in his mind,—Thenardier, the police, the journey, and the difficulty of procuring a passport.
  34. Some labourers are employed in procuring millstones from this place; and, such is the size of the siliceous rocks, that they are under no necessity of constructing them of detached masses.
  35. The Spanish armies, though they scarce ever exceeded five hundred men, and frequently did not amount to half that number, found almost everywhere great difficulty in procuring subsistence.
  36. In all countries where there is a tolerable security, every man of common understanding will endeavour to employ whatever stock he can command, in procuring either present enjoyment or future profit.
  37. Jean Valjean locked up these garments, plus the stockings and the shoes, with a quantity of camphor and all the aromatics in which convents abound, in a little valise which he found means of procuring.
  38. What about Martin procuring drugs for Davis? What about his groupie girlfriend? What about the fight? And how can you dismiss the fact that he engineered the death of a former boss? I said, getting loud again.
  39. Norris had no affection for Fanny, and no wish of procuring her pleasure at any time; but her opposition to Edmund now, arose more from partiality for her own scheme, because it was her own, than from anything else.
  40. To quote their former manager, Graham pointed out that this was a nice little earner and was funding his rock’n’roll lifestyle – to the extent of procuring some pretty nice vintage Rickenbackers, at least.
  41. Surely, sir, the gentleman did not by these declarations mean to insinuate that any one of those gentlemen who support the bill upon your table, have had any agency in procuring any application to be made in favor of the bank.
  42. Though Britain were entirely excluded from the Portugal trade, it could find very little difficulty in procuring all the annual supplies of gold which it wants, either for the purposes of plate, or of coin, or of foreign trade.
  43. The life there depicted appeared to him wholly unlike that of Christian commonwealths, in which 'he saw nothing but a certain conspiracy of rich men procuring their own commodities under the name and title of the Commonwealth.
  44. Of course, there was a certain amount of difficulty in procuring it, but it would not be impossible to find some pretext for buying some laudanum: one could buy several small quantities at different shops until one had sufficient.
  45. All around us, people are dying of excessive labor and of privation; we ruin the labor of others, the food and clothing which are indispensable to them, merely with the object of procuring diversion and variety for our wearisome lives.
  46. The United States have seen, with mingled indignation and surprise, that these acts, instead of procuring to the perpetrators the punishment due to unauthorized crimes, have not failed to recommend them to the favor of their Government.
  47. No one was ever able to discover how, and by what connivance, he succeeded in procuring, and secreting a bottle of wine, invented, so it is said, by Desrues, with which a narcotic is mixed, and which the band of the Endormeurs, or Sleep-compellers, rendered famous.
  48. Where church benefices, on the contrary, are many of them very considerable, the church naturally draws from the universities the greater part of their eminent men of letters; who generally find some patron, who does himself honour by procuring them church preferment.
  49. We desire that we may have no more to do with sin, and pray as earnestly that the power of sin may be broken in us, as that the guilt of sin may be removed from us: and we rely only upon the righteousness of Jesus Christ, and upon the merit of his death, for the procuring of thy favour.
  50. Hours after their near miss with the Giants while procuring Hanna's rescue, Timonus and the members of the Lupa Faction arrived at the edge of the sparse forest of Odalia, positioning themselves so close to the White Palace that they could actually see its eastern walls from where they stood.
  51. Ironically, laws on top of laws, that seek to reduce the (legal) possession of firearms, may actually produce unintended results by creating an imbalance between criminal elements procuring them through alternative (illegal) sources and law-abiding citizens denied or restricted legal access.
  52. He remembered a general impression of the misfortunes and sufferings of people and of being worried by the curiosity of officers and generals who questioned him, he also remembered his difficulty in procuring a conveyance and horses, and above all he remembered his incapacity to think and feel all that time.
  53. The cares of children, the necessity of procuring money for their support, the flatteries of the rich by the poor, the exclusiveness of caste, the pride of birth or wealth, the tendency of family life to divert men from the pursuit of the ideal or the heroic, are as lowering in our own age as in that of Plato.
  54. Secondly, of all those profitable buildings which are the means of procuring a revenue, not only to the proprietor who lets them for a rent, but to the person who possesses them, and pays that rent for them; such as shops, warehouses, work-houses, farm-houses, with all their necessary buildings, stables, granaries, etc.
  55. Though the whole annual produce of the land and labour of every country is no doubt ultimately destined for supplying the consumption of its inhabitants, and for procuring a revenue to them; yet when it first comes either from the ground, or from the hands of the productive labourers, it naturally divides itself into two parts.
  56. As we went up, Louisa whispered me that she had conceived a strange longing to be satisfied, whether the general rule held good with regard to this changeling, and how far nature had made him amends, in her best bodily gifts, for her denial of the sublimer intellectual ones; begin, at the same time, my assistance in procuring her this satisfaction.
  57. It seems a wild idea that this prudent little man, the petty despot of his family, who was, above all things, a sharp man of business and a capitalist, and who was an official too (though he was a Fourierist), should long before have conceived the fantastic project of procuring this passport in case of emergency, that he might escape abroad by means of it if.
  58. Here is one of them: When a man is passionately fond of women, and when he has himself a wife for whom he cares but little, who is homely, cross, legitimate, with plenty of rights, perched on the code, and jealous at need, there is but one way of extricating himself from the quandry and of procuring peace, and that is to let his wife control the purse-strings.
  59. In this situation of things, the sovereigns in the different states of Europe endeavoured to recover the influence which they had once had in the disposal of the great benefices of the church; by procuring to the deans and chapters of each diocese the restoration of their ancient right of electing the bishop ; and to the monks of each abbacy that of electing the abbot.
  60. Nor is it unworthy of reflection, that this revolution in our pursuits and habits is in no slight degree a consequence of those impolitic and arbitrary edicts, by which the contending nations, in endeavoring, each of them, to obstruct our trade with the other, have so far abridged our means of procuring the productions and manufactures of which our own are now taking the place.
  61. Now, sir, if the measure proposed could in any way counteract his views—if it went the full length of preventing him from procuring the various articles which his necessities require, I confess it would be inflicting a punishment, which not only the laws of war would authorize, but which the unprecedented baseness of his late attempt most loudly calls for; but no such effect will be produced.
  62. Those who have succeeded in procuring this admirable materialism have the joy of feeling themselves irresponsible, and of thinking that they can devour everything without uneasiness,—places, sinecures, dignities, power, whether well or ill acquired, lucrative recantations, useful treacheries, savory capitulations of conscience,—and that they shall enter the tomb with their digestion accomplished.
  63. The sovereigns of China, those of Bengal while under the Mahometan govermnent, and those of ancient Egypt, are said, accordingly, to have been extremely attentive to the making and maintaining of good roads and navigable canals, in order to increase, as much as possible, both the quantity and value of every part of the produce of the land, by procuring to every part of it the most extensive market which their own dominions could afford.
  64. The principal attention of the sovereign ought to be, to encourage, by every means in his power, the attention both of the landlord and of the farmer, by allowing both to pursue their own interest in their own way, and according to their own judgment ; by giving to both the most perfect security that they shall enjoy the full recompence of their own industry ; and by procuring to both the most extensive market for every part of their produce, in consequence of establishing the easiest and safest.
  65. A capital may be employed in four different ways; either, first, in procuring the rude produce annually required for the use and consumption of the society ; or, secondly, in manufacturing and preparing that rude produce for immediate use and consumption; or, thirdly in transporting either the rude or manufactured produce from the places where they abound to those where they are wanted ; or, lastly, in dividing particular portions of either into such small parcels as suit the occasional demands of those who want them.
  66. Cole was gone, he seated me near him, when now his face changed upon me, into an expression of the most pleasing sweetness and good humour, the most remarkable for its sudden shift from the other extreme, which I found afterwards, when I knew more of his character, was owing to a habitual state of conflict with, and dislike of himself, for being enslaved to so peculiar a lust, by the fatality of a constitutional ascendant, that rendered him incapable of receiving any pleasure, till he submitted to these extraordinary means of procuring it at the hands of pain, whilst the constancy of this repining consciousness stamped at length that cast of sourness and severity on his features: which was, in fact, very foreign to the natural sweetness of his temper.
  67. Such steps had been taken as to produce much temporary distress among the Pottawatamies and other tribes, and the destruction of their villages and crops would employ many of their warriors in procuring subsistence for their squaws and children, which consequently gave a correspondent relief to our frontier settlements; that a winter campaign well conducted was indispensable to complete the work which was begun with so much zeal, but which could not produce all the benefit that might be expected from a regular authorized expedition; for it would be recollected that the mounted men had gone out suddenly upon the spur of the occasion, without compensation, with a view to relieve the frontiers from the disasters of Hull's humiliating surrender; and in such voluntary associations many men would consider themselves under less obligations than if employed by the Government, although the party with whom he had the honor to act served beyond the time for which they enrolled themselves, and never quitted the service until honorably discharged.
  68. So, procuring a horse, they mounted me upon it,.
  1. She, however, procured a good.
  2. Till proper rings could be procured.
  3. I have procured myself an education.
  4. I procured them when we were in New St.
  5. It was the last of six bottles procured just.
  6. Crawford who had procured William's promotion!.
  7. He stepped back to admire me in my newly procured.
  8. There, as he did not lack money, he procured clothing.
  9. Where it is in future to be procured from, I know not.
  10. And you procured a small annoying boy to replace her.
  11. Worthy nuptials he procured from a lady with dowry abundant.
  12. He procured shop assistants of both sexes on the same terms.
  13. I procured some books and music, to beguile the tedious solitary.
  14. Here he thanked me for the extreme pleasure I had procured him, and.
  15. A sack was procured from somewhere, into which the dog, now silenced.
  16. We procured two bottles of water for our hike and got onto the highway.
  17. The need to produce the next generation, procured by status and power.
  18. Blocks which were improvised like the rest and procured no one knows where.
  19. WEBSTER’S DICTIONARIES can be procured by getting two or more subscribers.
  20. Erik had shown him some slight services and procured him many a hearty laugh.
  21. They may be procured (as in the United States) where porcelain cannot be had.
  22. Saving precious metals inaccurately procured – then striding on without a word.
  23. I procured, therefore, such goods as were suitable for the places I intended to.
  24. Sam had agreed to this, after studying the dossier the Duke had procured about Max.
  25. A man with half my industry, and, I may say, abilities, could have procured a decent.
  26. Needle and thread had been procured long ago, and lay on the table in a piece of paper.
  27. They flew the heavy machinery in with an old C54 heavy helicopter, procured on Phu Quoc.
  28. It was then agreed that hatchets were of no use, and that other tools must be procured.
  29. The doctor reached into his sweat-stained shirt’s pocket and procured a pack of Camels.
  30. Accordingly the chloroform was procured, and the next morning Rusty was lured to his doom.
  31. The French Academy had given for its prize subject, The Happiness procured through Study.
  32. Bundles of candles were procured, and straightway there was a general scamper up the hill.
  33. I don't know, doctor, and I don't even know where she can have procured the arsenious acid.
  34. And they procured this lantern and wrote a text upon it: `Be not deceived, God is not mocked.
  35. Without that precaution Valentine would have died before assistance could have been procured.
  36. Such was the supposed instability of government, that even these terms procured few purchasers.
  37. He had been furious with me before for throwing up a post in his department which he procured for me.
  38. We have procured a Class Two cargo ship to use as a tender and provisioned it for a year’s voyage.
  39. He took up his cloak and flung it over his shoulders, then donned a helmet Publio had procured for him.
  40. You had it all under control—you will have to tell me how on earth you procured those mighty weapons.
  41. The procured pages described Patrick James as having been a decorated soldier during the original outbreak.
  42. Jennings's active zeal in the cause of society, procured her some other new acquaintance to see and observe.
  43. Instantly bring us all up to speed on the information I just procured regarding the details of Rip’s bet.
  44. Once it was announced that Greece had procured another bailout, The Chief Of Police was in no mood to celebrate.
  45. He snorted a couple of lines of the cocaine he had procured from Andrew and sat watching television restlessly.
  46. Some weeks before this period I had procured a sledge and dogs and thus traversed the snows with inconceivable speed.
  47. We can have a nice dinner and then I’ve procured an invitation to a grand charity ball being held for a noble cause.
  48. During the course of the day they procured the color filters and took photographs of the manuscript page illustrations.
  49. Peter did as he was told, and after Linda had procured a heavy-duty torch, the pair conducted a thorough outside search.
  50. Let the principle be yielded, and we can then enter on the calculation as to the portion which may be procured each year.
  51. Madeleine's credit greatly, and procured for him, instantly and at one blow, a certain consideration in the noble world of M.
  52. The rivers were covered with ice, and no fish could be procured; and thus I was cut off from my chief article of maintenance.
  53. The reputation of being out of his mind, though harmlessly and even amusingly so, had procured for the abbe unusual privileges.
  54. The meaning was that he had procured ownership of the land, any animals upon it and any goods that might be in storage upon it.
  55. There were no horses to be procured, and I must return by the lake; but the wind was unfavourable, and the rain fell in torrents.
  56. I was thought to have had Consumption, and had suffered many years with what was really Catarrh, before I procured your treatment.
  57. He procured a pipe from a neighbouring public-house, and smoked it, looking in at the railings and maturely considering the spot.
  58. The coal is now procured from at least 25 different pits, opened at convenient distances through an extent of from 50 to 70 miles.
  59. It flew some colors which procured for it the regulation salute of eleven guns, which it returned, shot for shot; total, twenty-two.
  60. Rodolphe would have booked the seats, procured the passports, and even have written to Paris in order to have the whole mail-coach.
  61. A judge of horses and a sportsman, he had lately procured himself a large, fine, mettlesome, Donets horse, dun- one could outgallop him.
  62. He still felt the same self-satisfaction which he had experienced the previous evening, and which had procured him so good a night's rest.
  63. But we’re not ready to rule out a military connection, in terms of how the weapon might have been procured and how it’s been used.
  64. She sometimes, at least, from an affected concern for the peace of the parish, delays the settlement till this concurrence can be procured.
  65. His high rank always procured an audience of Caballeros for his sporting stories, which he detailed very well with a simple, grave enjoyment.
  66. All this, that is, the dress-coat and clean linen, had been procured by Liputin's advice with some mysterious object in view (as I found out later).
  67. I asked him why there was such a variety of cannon and he said that almost all were procured from other countries, especially Francia and the empire.
  68. She wished, unhappy girl, to enjoy the advantages and privileges of the forgiven state while continuing in the sin that had procured the forgiveness.
  69. Their service, how honourable, how useful, or how necessary soever, produces nothing for which an equal quantity of service can afterwards be procured.
  70. His zeal had procured him advancement, and he was said to be one of the first who had informed the government of the departure from the Island of Elba.
  71. Vegetables and bread, when they indulged in such luxuries, and even fresh water, was to be procured from the mainland, which was about five miles distant.
  72. In reference to the opinions of others, in some measure, did the select committee determine on the number of ships, and their force, to be procured this year.
  73. Yes,--I left London this morning at eight o'clock, and the only ten minutes I have spent out of my chaise since that time procured me a nuncheon at Marlborough.
  74. It appears, sir, that this Edmond Dantes had procured tools, or made them, for they found a tunnel through which the prisoners held communication with one another.
  75. Hunter also swore that he did not know of it - none of the men had ever called his attention to it; if they had done so he would have procured a new one immediately.
  76. Macnock had procured the first of the association’s lumber for the construction of his gourmet establishment with four dining rooms and a group of four luxury cottages.
  77. I had to be a bit careful for a while after that, as the local Crime Squad procured a new guy, who was not as easy to buy, so I played low key with the hunts for a while.
  78. That same evening—without even asking himself what they were wanted for—he procured a coachman’s coat and cap for Pierre, and promised to get him the pistol next day.
  79. Those virtues procured them the highest respect and veneration among all the inferior ranks of people, of whom many were constantly, and almost all occasionally, fed by them.
  80. When she first heard that he had procured more than ten square miles of rocks and scattered forest she had been completely mystified, as had been the remainder of the town folk.
  81. He said, in the village in which he lived, such frauds had been committed, by the creation of fictitious debts, under which a person enlisting had procured himself to be arrested.
  82. He had Pierre at hand in Moscow and procured for him an appointment as Gentleman of the Bedchamber, which at that time conferred the status of Councilor of State, and insisted on.
  83. No, but Soren was given a potion that Iluxia had procured from the tree of souls to extend his life, so that he could remain in Midgard until Lucia succeeded in destroying Eiess.
  84. Immediately after the artist's disappearance, which was procured by means which we have still to ascertain, he flung into his carriage, which drove right across Paris at a furious pace.
  85. The arrival of a new family in the country was always a matter of joy to him, and in every point of view he was charmed with the inhabitants he had now procured for his cottage at Barton.
  86. His services generally perish in the very instant of their performance, and seldom leave any trace of value behind them, for which an equal quantity of service could afterwards be procured.
  87. By the establishment of colonies in distant countries, not only particular privileges, but a monopoly was frequently procured for the goods and merchants of the country which established them.
  88. Natasha was very ill, having, as Marya Dmitrievna told him in secret, poisoned herself the night after she had been told that Anatole was married, with some arsenic she had stealthily procured.
  89. By advantageous treaties of commerce, particular privileges were procured in some foreign state for the goods and merchants of the country, beyond what were granted to those of other countries.
  90. Meanwhile Ali had procured the arms the count required—namely, a short carbine and a pair of double-barrelled pistols, with which as sure an aim might be taken as with a single-barrelled one.
  91. A judge of horses and a sportsman, he had lately procured himself a large, fine, mettlesome, Donéts horse, dun-colored, with light mane and tail, and when he rode it no one could outgallop him.
  92. The quantity of silver, of which they had the disposal, was a good deal less than what the command of the same quantity of labour and subsistence would have procured to them in the present times.
  93. Natásha was very ill, having, as Márya Dmítrievna told him in secret, poisoned herself the night after she had been told that Anatole was married, with some arsenic she had stealthily procured.
  94. The timber trees procured by the association would be felled and brought out to The Rocks with the advent of the first warm weather and some of them would be used to build the sawmill and gristmill.
  95. I had procured it while still a boy, at that droll age when the stories of duels and highwaymen begin to delight one, and when one imagines oneself nobly standing fire at some future day, in a duel.
  96. While the land he had procured contained numerous rocks and boulders there were many earthy areas among those that supported individual trees and in a number of instances fairly large groups of trees.
  97. The `table' consisted of an empty wooden box - procured from the grocer's - stood on end, with the lid of the scullery copper placed upside down upon it for a top and covered with an old piece of red cloth.
  98. The exclusive privileges of those East India companies, their great riches, the great favour and protection which these have procured them from their respective governments, have excited much envy against them.
  99. It was when Pierre (wearing the coachman’s coat which Gerasim had procured for him and had disinfected by steam) was on his way with the old man to buy the pistol at the Sukharev market that he met the Rostovs.
  100. She went to it; but the music on which her eye first rested was an opera, procured for her by Willoughby, containing some of their favourite duets, and bearing on its outward leaf her own name in his hand-writing.
  1. May I know the cause which procures me the pleasure of seeing M.
  2. He who diligently seeks good procures favour, but he who seeks mischief, it shall.
  3. It is thus that the single advantage which the monopoly procures to a single order of men, is in many different ways hurtful to the general interest of the country.
  4. As subsistence is, in the nature of things, prior to conveniency and luxury, so the industry which procures the former, must necessarily be prior to that which ministers to the latter.

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