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1. That would render them equal.
2. Her render vector was undefined.
3. The more service you render the.
4. Each of us wil have to render an.
5. For the touch of grief will render.
6. They render the mind pure and calm.
7. He was bound to render some account.

8. Wot will render me as 'appy as a King;.
9. Thus says the Lord of hosts, Render.
10. Sabbath day would render that day unholy.
11. Can you render assistance, over?’’.
12. The effect is to render the diction more.
13. Such a move would effectively render the.
14. What would render such return irrational?
15. They render services to you by another way.
16. It doesn’t render us incapable of thought.
17. They all offer mythologies that render the.
18. This ought, in fact, to render him recognizable.
19. Modifications will render the laws powerless’.
20. On occasion, days of hard rain would render the.
21. In the second, we render ourselves powerless to.
22. To love a being is to render that being transparent.
23. I am here to render expert testimony, nothing more.
24. Render it down to use in the preparation of pemmican.
25. As such, they have basic needs that, if unmet, render.
26. But such changes also render whole industries obsolete.
27. Do you think that you can render aid? With that, the.
28. The man resumed, in that voice which he strove to render.
29. Then render to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s;.
30. I did manage to render one poem into our modern language.
31. Superior yield can render riskier issues more attractive.
32. What would render all previously wrong thinking obsolete?
33. Addictive drugs are assumed to render these brain reward.
34. This force is wanted to render the next campaign efficient.
35. The scriptures admonish us to render to all their just dues.
36. HUSBANDMEN, who will render him the fruits in their seasons.
37. Count, you render me sadder than before, if it be possible.
38. I cannot even render faithfully the effect it produced on me.
39. Why? Because I shall have to render an account of my actions.
40. But since they are only a myth, it is God who has to render.
41. As my servants obey me, I also will render to the Word of God.
42. The laws of this land render every act of theirs illegitimate.
43. Their plan had worked to render him ill, making him ineffective.
44. Three minutes' delay will render it involuntary and ignominious.
45. He should not have to render unto Caesar, he should be Caesar!.
46. But if the two of you have any needs, I can still render my aid.
47. She threw her weapon down in order to render first aid to Garcia.
48. The blow would render the dreamy old man quite stupid for a time.
49. Mister Alvaro, you have been called to render expert testimony.
50. Three minutes’ delay will render it involuntary and ignominious.
51. That's not going to help render her out of the general population.
52. An individual member may render himself unworthy of the privilege.
53. It can render you paralyzed and unable to move on, unable to heal.
54. It would not render his tower in-operable during the whole project.
55. Aurara sighed as her emotions threatened to render her useless at.
56. He was about to pounce on the man and render him unconscious but as.
57. As we perform our jobs or daily duties, we render service to others.
58. She must handle—must control his gift-giving and render it harmless.
59. Somehow, the dog had to render the sacred substance into their hands.
60. However, these lower prices would only render the shares a better buy.
61. Lift up thyself, thou judge of the earth: render a reward to the proud.
62. Miserable himself that he may render no other wretched, he ought to die.
63. To do so is to render the commendation to the Philadelphians meaningless.
64. To see the world without blood is to see it as humanity shall render it.
65. WILL LET OUT THE VINEYARD UNTO OTHER HUSBANDMEN, who shall render him the.
66. The features of this blockade render it different from all other blockades.
67. Your ability to render your service: This is the second and most important.
68. We have to either render the witches unconscious or kill them to break it.
69. Is your physical health as good as its/ always been? I don't want to render.
70. The blow was intended to render the mercenary unconscious, not brain-damaged.
71. She tried to render her voice soft, but only succeeded in making it very deep.
72. Why? Because it allows them to render the waste products from the human food.
73. Of course, my pastoral duties render it impossible for me ever to be present.
74. He searched every channel of the render engine and found no references to her.
75. I do not feel that there is any reason why I should render an explanation to.
76. Who will render to every man according to his works: to them that by patience.
77. It's woman's curiosity! she said, in a tone which she tried to render playful.
78. OTHER HUSBANDMEN, who shall render him the fruits in their seasons, Jesus said.
79. Giancano, we've asked you here tonight to advise us on a project and to render.
80. These changes may render old skills obsolete and create a demand for new skills.
81. They shaved his hair, the origin of his strength to render him bound and helpless.
82. To see Thenardier, to render Thenardier some service, to say to him: You do not.
83. They who receive will render an account to God why and for what they have received.
84. These can be corporations that sell or render services for the agreed organizations.
85. The trick involved in making sense out of this nonsensical proposition is to render.
86. The force of acceleration was crushing, but not sufficient to render him unconscious.
87. The vaccinations are manipulated to render the girls infertile and the boys sterile.
88. She did not render the remainder of her personification’s digestive system however.
89. I do not feel that there is any reason why I should render an explanation to you, Mr.
90. He could write of them, besides, in sound English, and render them into sound English.
91. And besides that, there are other circumstances which render the proposal unnecessary.
92. And Jesus answering said unto them, render to Caesar the things that are Caesar's, and.
93. Only when a soul asks for help can another soul render aid thus negating karmic effect.
94. It tends to render their learning both as solid as possible, and as useful as possible.
95. It only took two hits to the face and a knee to the chin as he went down to render him.
96. It may appear obvious that the way to render an appraisal is to find something or.
97. Usually, this crime is theft, but other crimes can render a break-in a burglary as well.
98. Let us render to chance that which is due to chance, and to God that which is due to God.
99. Render to the Caesars the things which are material and to God those which are spiritual.
100. Can we do too much for this man? Let us render him but ordinary justice and pass the bill.
1. Rendering service to men of a.
2. Even the rendering of 'ruined'.
3. She gave an exaggerated rendering of his name.
4. The later years hopefully, rendering wisdom and.
5. No one had ever succeeded in rendering him drunk.
6. There's another rendering now; but still one text.
7. The story then opens to a more spiritual rendering.
8. Even the rendering of 'ruined' doesn't help that much.
9. It was a very accurate rendering of a twisted braid.
10. She was using our veron store and rendering hardware.
11. I was rendering first aid when the sergeant came along.
12. That would play into an insanity defense, rendering her.
13. He thinks that by rendering that service, he is obliging.
14. Soon the flames were crackling and the wood slowly rendering.
15. She hadn’t thought of Hip as rendering an important service.
16. We win justice quickest by rendering justice to the other party.
17. Rendering him completely helpless, they reduced his fish to its.
18. For instance: Industries, trade and services rendering companies.
19. Apparently the court wishes to interject an impromptu rendering.
20. Page rendering means is the process of generating a page from the.
21. The official authorization of the payment begins the rendering of.
22. So it is incumbent on him to begin his quest with rendering of ser-.
23. Suchiloff had found means for rendering me a number of little services.
24. The flesh of his fingertips was gone, rendering fingerprinting useless.
25. It is the only means of rendering Italy strong, happy, and independent.
26. Taking out a picture, Sam pinned it to the board; it was a rendering of.
27. None could cross the invisible line without rendering themselves mortal.
28. He continued to strike the rifle against the wall, rendering it useless.
29. He put on the table a black-and-white rendering of a large sneaker tread.
30. The water spilled out of the bowl on his head, rendering him powerless.
31. They repeated their performance several times, rendering it inexplicable.
32. If they’re caught they are sent to the rendering plant automatically.
33. Even the physical rendering of the aforementioned passage blots our minds.
34. Daniel held her as she went thru each thrust and each rendering of the flame.
35. The blast volleyed her back into the lake, rendering her unconscious and wounded.
36. Instead they pertain to the rendering of simple acts of kindness between people.
37. The poison has dulled his faculties and is on its way to rendering him bedridden.
38. HEAVEN with the angels of his power in flaming fire, RENDERING VENGEANCE TO THEM.
39. Rendering them useless they could then be easily destroyed by the resident humans.
40. Serval sent him a picture of flesh tearing and bones rendering and a wall of flames.
41. HEAVEN with the angels of His power in flaming fire, RENDERING VENGEANCE TO THEM THAT.
42. Excellency of the service rendering for the agreed organizations anywhere in the world.
43. It appears probable that disuse has been the main agent in rendering organs rudimentary.
44. This ebook is not engaged in rendering legal, accounting, or other professional service.
45. If people gestured silently among themselves, their individual rendering would keep up.
46. She tried to imagine what kind of bug it would be in the rendering that would cause that.
47. The globe seemed to be completed in its rendering and it gently spun on an angle before us.
48. The fact is, Maximilian, that I was there, and my presence had the effect of rendering you.
49. It seemed to hold the moonlight in suspension, rendering it more pervasive than in clear air.
50. Harris drew a perfect rendering of the map, showed it to the other captives, then destroyed it.
51. A writer I know wasn't able to get treatments read so he started rendering them as comic books.
52. Two columns were occupied with a highly sensational and flowery rendering of the whole incident.
53. The shock to his artery had cut off the supply of blood to his brain, rendering him incapacitated.
54. And I myself am a shepherd and I am under a most stringent necessity of rendering an account of you.
55. I will not spare myself in rendering them the help which I have been taught to give by my alma mater.
56. Unfortunately, he had received a number of solid blows to his head, rendering him bleary and confused.
57. They actually will purchase raw food that includes the guts and organs from cows from rendering plants.
58. But the rendering that took his breath away was of Jake and Daniel tearing into five of the black ones.
59. The scene manager is a little more complicated, but not as complicated as the rendering engines it calls.
60. A heavy roundhouse blow struck the side of his head, rendering him senseless in a sea of twinkling stars.
61. A strain of melancholy, however, blended with his triumph, rendering his voice, as usual, soft and musical.
62. The binder made the explosive material much more resistant to force and heat, rendering the C4 more stable.
63. You see, raga nuances and tonal modulation while rendering them in various speeds are unique to the music.
64. Far from rendering the prompt service to which he’d grown accustomed, she chattered on with the bartender.
65. It sounded very dignified and compressed to ears accustomed to Luther's lengthy rendering of the same thing.
66. A man with a beret knocked some teeth out of the shooter with his rifle’s stock, rendering him unconscious.
67. Apparently, I never considered the fire that destroyed the paper stuff, rendering the related disk worthless.
68. With this, it makes possible the accomplishment of any production or services rendering anywhere in the world.
69. Further, I speculate that by rendering him unconscious, we have lost the opportunity to pursue the kidnappers.
70. The want of cleanliness in the camp, the nature of the position rendering it almost impracticable to preserve it.
71. This poor workingman had constituted himself the tutor of Justice, and she recompensed him by rendering him great.
72. The commercial transaction always occurs through the availability of products and services in services rendering way.
73. Your design visions can spring to life almost instantly, using real-time rendering with lights and textures built in.
74. They had little time to prepare defensive positions in the hard ground, thus rendering the German position untenable.
75. Seeing in this arrangement the hope of rendering real service in that pressing emergency, Miss Pross hailed it with joy.
76. The law for the encouragement of the coinage, by rendering it duty-free, was first enacted during the reign of Charles II.
77. If she had given it any thought at all, then like everyone else she would have been fascinated by the detailed rendering.
78. Here the function of the margin of safety is, in essence, that of rendering unnecessary an accurate estimate of the future.
79. It was the challenge of rendering all those views with all those actors in each view, each from a slightly different angle.
80. The product only contained ten percent human blood, the rest was pig blood bought from a rendering plant in Crete Nebraska.
81. Lorry, though, upon my honour, I had no intention of rendering those trifling articles of remembrance invisible to any one.
82. The influence has been considerable, particularly with those draughtsmen whose work deals with the rendering of modern life.
83. While this made the devices easy to construct, the charge tended to drain over time, rendering them useless on long voyages.
84. Steve was caught in the blast, taking most of the shock with his cranium, rendering him unconscious and falling to the floor.
85. His singing of that simple ballad, Martin, is the most trenchant rendering I ever heard in the whole course of my experience.
86. There was always a chance he could make my life miserable enough to force me to resign, rendering the agreement null and void.
87. It swung open and he moved inside a digital model of Cross’s house, not quite architectural rendering, not quite photograph.
88. As journalists and television cameras record the moment, the president seems incapable of rendering an answer to Sam Donaldson.
89. I will allow you to make me hateful, but I will prevent your rendering me ridiculous, and, above all, I forbid you to ruin me.
90. He hit the guard on the back of the head - rendering him unconscious - and stepped through the French doors armed to the hilt.
91. One was a rendering of the OWG coming together, with thousands of subjects kissing three rings with OWG etched into them.
92. Ponder well all that I have said to you about rendering to Caesar the things which are Caesar's and to God that which is God's.
93. If your stomach contains food, then HYDRATION COMPLEX may not fully pass into the small intestine, rendering it less effective.
94. It is sold with the understanding that the publisher is not engaged in rendering legal, accounting, or other professional advice.
95. Plummet therefore is a very common rendering, and is the meaning assigned by The Theological Wordbook of the Old Testament.
96. You are seeing a photographic image of this android on live video, not the output of an Angel's personification rendering channel.
97. In the skeleton‘s hand bones, draped across the rib cage, was a huge scroll, as big as an architect‘s rendering of a new house.
98. The girls in short pants, sundresses, tight-skin denim skirts rendering the day bit more bearable with their pleasurable distractions.
99. Her memory seemed to be continually refreshing itself, blocking out what she didn’t want to know, rendering her in a state of bliss.
100. The abrupt advice: "Leave your house," hurled at Jean Valjean by a stranger, had alarmed him to the extent of rendering him peremptory.
1. This crowd may be rendered sublime.
2. Had rendered it really about as lame.
3. That would be two services rendered.
4. One word, nehphesh, is rendered with.
5. He seemed to be rendered suddenly sober.
6. This rendered him downright intolerable.
7. Byzantines rendered the reality as it is.
8. This pretty much rendered her invisible.
9. This wig-maker had rendered him aggressive.
10. This odious visit rendered the tax odious.
11. Such are the opinions rendered by Al Baldi.
12. Defeat had rendered the vanquished greater.
13. My jaw dropped and I was rendered speechless.
14. On the way, he rendered justice to Providence.
15. But indecision had rendered them incompetent.
16. On that day, it will be rendered to them that.
17. I have rendered you service on various occasions.
18. It was at this time that I rendered to the young.
19. Virtue rendered these tatterdemalions resplendent.
20. The low price had rendered production uneconomical.
21. Pardies and rendered into English by John Harris D.
22. In weightlessness, it merely rendered him immobile.
23. On that day, it will be rendered to them that by.
24. It will be their down payment for services rendered.
25. She's rendered the Castle useless, a strategic move.
26. She was a little deaf, which rendered her talkative.
27. With a good follow-through, a great shot was rendered.
28. He seized the chair, and with one kick he rendered it.
29. We all remember the tragic injury that rendered actor.
30. Newton’s void was summarily rendered all but obsolete.
31. This course of action rendered him extremely unpopular.
32. Once I have rendered them unable to move, I chop them.
33. Though manydisillusionments may have rendered him less.
34. He wore an air of serenity which rendered him singularly.
35. Article 35th - The accounts rendered will observe at the.
36. His extraordinary gravity rendered his indignation comic.
37. Those that had survived were rendered infertile for life.
38. She nudged him, but his fixation rendered him unreachable.
39. Man had been rendered both greater and smaller by Napoleon.
40. You shall have nothing except the deeds you have rendered.
41. They are, on the other hand, riven and rendered feeble by.
42. She shrieked in a voice rendered hoarse with indignation:—.
43. VIII - to verify the products and services that are rendered.
44. IV - the accounts rendered of all the resources and goods of.
45. Both she and the running water have been rendered motionless.
46. Cosette persisted, and added in a voice rendered hoarse with.
47. What rendered the dilemma even more complicated, was the fact.
48. She was rendered mute with new feelings and emotions swirling.
49. He was wounded and bleeding, his magic had been rendered mute.
50. That service is the noblest which is rendered for its own sake.
51. She rendered a rabies metaphor when I inquired her about it.
52. If that’s what you are after Mandy rendered indifferently.
53. We have not rendered again according to the benefit done unto us.
54. Yet they had just as well rendered it by a more expressive term.
55. Make-up only rendered her already fine features more pronounced.
56. Was that money a payoff for some kind of services rendered to.
57. But his obvious dismay only rendered the Vinius men more curious.
58. One word, nehphesh, is rendered with about forty-four different.
59. Her relationship to her mother is rendered invisible in oedipal.
60. Some of it had to be computer animation, or artificially rendered.
61. He then delivered up another beautifully rendered Moonlight Sonata.
62. The juice is thus rendered via press, then cooked to form the soul.
63. Hello, stranger, in this breaking of bread, we are rendered friends.
64. On that day, it will be rendered to them that by patience in well.
65. It seemed that once the fever struck, it rendered a person helpless.
66. He’d had an accident in childhood that had rendered him incapable.
67. Consequently, the values generated by the model are rendered invalid.
68. And here, at last and for the first time, they are rendered useful.
69. The words ἐν ὑμῖν, in you, are invariably rendered with you.
70. He already knew she had the power to still be here, just not rendered.
71. Plus it is very strange that the court hasn't rendered a decision yet.
72. What rendered problematic for Bloom the realisation of these mutually.
73. But that only happens if we’re rendered unconscious or yell for help.
74. Butler requests nothing from you for the services that he has rendered.
75. For the first time in her life, she was rendered completely speechless.
76. It was either the coffee cup or the desk that rendered him unconscious.
77. The Soul is rendered feeble by maladies when it slips into the fissures.
78. That’s as close as Van’s snapping diction might be rendered in print.
79. Although eighteen trees are rendered, memory is allocated only for three.
80. It rendered him timorous for a moment before that enigmatic, lighted door.
81. He imagined himself to have rendered an enormous service to Charles Gould.
82. Collins leapt on him and with two swift punches, rendered him unconscious.
83. They didn’t move as the blast had rendered them unconscious and injured.
84. When I had rendered homage to this light, he went on to say, in a friendly.
85. A slight stun discharge from Nancy’s hand then rendered Talia unconscious.
86. When this happens, the fabric of the business is rendered in pieces and the.
87. These souvenirs connected with a king rendered the bourgeoisie enthusiastic.
88. He obviously thinks that our great battle fleets will be rendered impotent.
89. Their truth can be rendered apparent only to those who believe much besides.
90. I thank you equally for the service you have rendered me in being my seconds.
91. Then, on the Last Day, they will all witness what they have held and rendered.
92. When the full import of her words sank in, he was the one rendered speechless.
93. I wanted to do something for you in exchange for the service you rendered me.
94. He will say: ‘would that I had rendered (good deeds) for my life!’.
95. Yes, life was easy, too easy, so easy that is was rendered dull and monotonous.
96. His had firstrate qualities, and they are lost: rendered worse than unavailing.
97. We were allocated a large and spacious house, made of stone rendered with clay.
98. He no longer knew himself, he no longer rendered himself an account of himself.
99. He wouldn’t do anything to jeopardize receiving payment for services rendered.
100. They assaulted the weaker creatures first and rendered them unconscious quickly.
1. Money renders a man helpless.
2. The use of linen renders soap such.
3. The excess of tin renders them too tender.
4. It renders us ineffective and unresponsive.
5. It renders our ability to learn about it and.
6. It is this that renders one physical and the other.
7. All the planets float in a bowl of liquid that renders the.
8. It is this that renders one physical and the other spiritual.
9. But that sort of renders this meeting impotent, seeing how.
10. The man who helps others or renders a service has to think that he.
11. State of intoxication renders a person incapable of understanding.
12. The meagreness of the supply renders the destitution more manifest.
13. A factory employs a few hundreds and renders thousands unemployed.
14. Or the rogue labsman found it in the crypt where he renders his potion.
15. It’s insane to want to attempt to obtain a perfection that renders us.
16. Each repeated action renders the image more accurate than the former one.
17. All the frivolity which often (excuse me, Madam) renders the society of.
18. Declaration of insolvency renders invalid all the transactions entered into.
19. Reading the Oedipus myth only from tbe masculine perspective renders the female.
20. Any biblical call for justice is invalidated by the unjust way mankind renders it.
21. Chairman, which renders firmness in the councils of the nation peculiarly requisite.
22. And the best time to do this is at the start; for each repetition renders the habit.
23. Excitement, like enthusiasm, sometimes renders us unconscious to the things of earth.
24. Being called to and by the impossible renders the ideal feasible in the I'Mpossible.
25. One only asks why there is such a war which renders millions of people grief-stricken.
26. The identity is further obvious by the perfect gradation which renders them inseparable.
27. When all can be known, but nothing trusted, that renders information a mental obscenity.
28. Or He combines them together, males and females; and He renders whomever He wills sterile.
29. The great experience of this judicious merchant renders his opinion of considerable weight.
30. An incorporation not only renders them necessary, but makes the act of the majority binding.
31. It renders their superiority greater, or their inferiority less, than it otherwise would be.
32. Our extensive commerce, and the great extent of this empire, renders a paper medium necessary.
33. The danger of war, ever ready to break out, renders all reforms of social life vain and fruitless.
34. So, that who renders good action, does it for himself, and that who does evil, does it against himself.
35. Universe at present with in comprehendible distances parting object that renders the force of mass no.
36. The man of courage overcomes the trials and temptations of life; he commands success; he renders sound.
37. For those of you unfamiliar with the term prognosticator this is an individual who renders a prediction.
38. This very circumstance renders the attainment of our object more difficult, and makes our case hopeless.
39. The short sea between Ireland and Great Britain, indeed, renders the importation of Irish cattle more easy.
40. As for the rest of the spell, it sounds as though it renders its target impervious to the touch of the sun.
41. The nature of the commodity renders it not quite so proper for being transported to distant markets as wool.
42. This immortal soul renders those who created it immortal and it also makes the universe we belong to immortal.
43. The respect which he is obliged to pay to the master, renders it more difficult for him to protect the slave.
44. If he judges right, instead of hurting the great body of the people, he renders them a most important service.
45. The profusion with which the affairs of princes are always managed, renders it almost impossible that they should.
46. Again, sir, there are objections to the bill, as presented, that renders it impossible for me to give it my sanction.
47. Poverty instantly lays material life bare and renders it hideous; hence inexpressible bounds towards the ideal life.
48. Sensuality masquerading in the cloak of religion renders this heroine as disagreeable as any I have ever seen staged.
49. John Adams said, It is weakness rather than wickedness which renders men unfit to be trusted with unlimited power.
50. In a brief moment, the angry commotion of one faceless individual renders him dead, with a lot of unanswered questions.
51. The cheapness of gold and silver renders those metals rather less fit for the purposes of money than they were before.
52. But owing to tension and fear people tend to raise or lower their voice which ultimately renders his speech ineffective.
53. Her insular situation renders it necessary for her protection, and she keeps it up for the purposes of war and dominion.
54. It’s a herb that dulls the intellect and renders the drinker susceptible to manipulation, Hollowcrest said calmly.
55. Investing in bonds also renders your money illiquid, meaning it’s locked away and inaccessible for a set period of time.
56. He lives alone, which renders him a little sad, perhaps; Enjolras complains of his greatness, which binds him to widowhood.
57. Nature does not render them necessary for the support of life ; and custom nowhere renders it indecent to live without them.
58. That is, until one passes through—with the intent to find the third—which renders the adventurer invisible immediately!.
59. It pretends to be good while it has no bit of good; and even if it renders a good action, it does it as a kind of dissemblance.
60. It is this which renders it specially hazardous to build any system of theology on a single phrase in the Greek of this gospel.
61. Gentle usage renders the slave not only more faithful, but more intelligent, and, therefore, upon a double account, more useful.
62. The resultant agitated boredom renders them morally indifferent as to the method and mode of the elimination of their boredom, e.
63. Their principal merit, however, arises from their beauty, which renders them peculiarly fit for the ornaments of dress and furniture.
64. But the constitution of joint-stock companies renders them in general, more tenacious of established rules than any private copartnery.
65. Out in the open plain beyond this quarter of the city to-day, after every heavy rain, the water collects and renders the ground swampy.
66. One of the things that the gamin is fondest of saying is: "I am fine and strong, come now!" To be left-handed renders you very enviable.
67. Agriculture is the proper business of all new colonies; a business which the cheapness of land renders more advantageous than any other.
68. The Targum, the Aramaic translation and paraphrase, renders the passage thus: Behold the Man, Messiah is his name, who is to be revealed.
69. The moderation of the tax, however, renders this inequality of less importance; and it may to many people appear not improper to give some.
70. This salt gradually combines with the flesh, gives it firmness, renders it imputrescible, and incapable of being attacked by insects and worms.
71. This creates confusion, and renders it difficult, without considerable calculation, to ascertain the relative situation of places in this country.
72. And it is this which in general renders sailors so averse to it, and excites a prejudice very unfavourable to the salubrity of distilled seawater.
73. Which is the spring that allows somebody or renders somebody available to actions that are not correct? Plato thought over this problem in "Republic".
74. Also, achieving the purification is obtained when man renders good actions that enables his spirit draw near to its Provider and get the purification.
75. In view of our nation‘s collective uncertainty, its jealous attachment to liberty oftentimes renders the disease preferable to its (potential) cure.
76. Like that, if man pays charity and renders good efforts and actions to help others, surely the reward will be grandeur and greater than can be imagined.
77. This renders it open to moral qualities, to chastisement and to recompense even after this life, for immortality without remembrance would be of no value.
78. There must often be in this country a state of things which renders it difficult or impossible to add the amount of the duty to the price of the commodity.
79. But what renders it most interesting to many visitors, is a number of rude paintings, which were, as tradition reports, left on it by the Cherokee Indians.
80. I say that no change in these Vths which preserves the two extreme octaves perfect, and renders none of them sharp, can alter the sum of their temperaments.
81. Every one has noticed with what nimbleness a coin which one has dropped on the ground rolls away and hides, and with what art it renders itself undiscoverable.
82. Its elasticity renders the Constitution a ―living‖ organism subject to contemporary interpretations or (the) prevailing temper (moral climate) of modern times.
83. In every system which renders none of the former flat, and none of the latter sharp, the sum of their temperaments will be 12 × 343, and 12 × 392, respectively.
84. If the trading spirit of the English East India company renders them very bad sovereigns, the spirit of sovereignty seems to have rendered them equally bad traders.
85. I cannot in my surroundings, my food, my clothing, my manners, strive for what not only separates me from others but renders me a reproach to the majority of mankind.
86. Thus, the diversity of the racial and genetic attributes of various Jewish colonies of today renders any unified racial classification of them a contradiction in terms.
87. The man who employs either his labour or his stock in a greater variety of ways than his situation renders necessary, can never hurt his neighbour by underselling him.
88. It wasn’t the ‘fashionable’ style of France, but the more enduring ‘classical’ simplicity that renders the wearer perfectly dressed no matter what the occasion.
89. All the original sources of revenue, the wages of labour, the rent of land, and the profits of stock, the monopoly renders much less abundant than they otherwise would be.
90. The character of labor is such, that the satisfaction of all a man’s requirements demands that same succession of the sorts of work which renders work not a burden but a joy.
91. The model for this sort of description is contained in the tale of Theramene, which is not useful to tragedy, but which every day renders great services to judicial eloquence.
92. Why---there is even a surging effort among a cross-pen grouping to destroy themselves, before the slaughter, via a home-brew poison that renders their consumables useless!.
93. Each repeated action renders the image more clear and accurate than the preceding, and in proportion to the clearness and accuracy of the image will the outward manifestation be.
94. To such the State renders comparatively small service, and a slight tax is wont to appear exorbitant, particularly if they are obliged to earn it by special labor with their hands.
95. It commends itself especially to food-reformers, as the slow cookery renders the food more digestible, and the earthenware pots are easier to keep clean than the ordinary saucepan.
96. The popular odium, however, which attends it in years of scarcity, the only years in which it can be very profitable, renders people of character and fortune averse to enter into it.
97. It corrupts even the activity of his body, and renders him incapable of exerting his strength with vigour and perseverance in any other employment, than that to which he has been bred.
98. There is also a lack of vital joyfulness in the modern gospel itself, which renders it weaker than it should be before the fatalism, the pantheism, and the cruel idolatries of the East.
99. If we can combine wisdom, pain and art, as Cosmo-Art suggests, we can extract beauty from ugliness, and we can create a type of immortal beauty that renders those who create it immortal.
100. Your position as secretary to the minister renders your authority great on the subject of political news; you never open your mouth but the stockbrokers immediately stenograph your words.

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