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Restitution dans une phrase (en anglais)

1. The time of restitution of all things Acts 3:21.
2. Could he ever make restitution for such a crime?
3. I complete the restitution by announcing my true name.
4. She had not paid the restitution for about six months.
5. The restitution stage is complete when the two bodies separate.
6. The restitution coefficient k can be determined in several ways.
7. Bournisien defended it; he enlarged on the acts of restitution that it brought about.

8. However, we proposed it because it is the best way to make restitution for what we’ve done.
9. Following immediately after that is the restitution stage when an irreversible process starts.
10. I was once a practicing Catholic I used to say as was he, while making little restitution for.
11. Where public officials have violated criminal laws, victims should receive restitution from the State.
12. The Divine Nature is declared to be the grand argument for the final restitution of all lapsed creatures.
13. But Jones, here, was authorized to transport the third packet, one containing coins, to me for immediate restitution.
14. The plain meaning of the terms carries with it such an extermination of the wicked as leaves no room for a restitution.
15. The idea of political honour, justice, and honesty for him consists in the restitution of the confiscated Church property.
16. My way to make restitution is to override as many people’s ear plugs, rosy lenses and blurred looking glasses as I’m able.
17. Canon Henry Constable, "Hades: or the Intermediate State of Man Restitution of All Things" "The Duration and Nature of Future.
18. His sacrifice (restitution) seems to have been for the sin of artifice, contributing to his brother’s loss of his birthright.
19. She had an outstanding warrant for failure to pay restitution charges for a DWI, which had occurred three years before when she.
20. Where this is not possible, you could make restitution in some indirect way, maybe by doing some good to people other than the victim.
21. Canon Henry Constable, "Hades: or the Intermediate State of Man Restitution of All Things" "The Duration and Nature of Future Punishment".
22. How shall this be reconciled with the speculation of universal restitution? The answer was not long delayed in the fertile mind of Origen.
23. Canon Henry Constable, "Hades: or the Intermediate State of Man Restitution of Al Things" "The Duration and Nature of Future Punishment".
24. The reader knows, that by "washing the sewer" we mean: the restitution of the filth to the earth; the return to the soil of dung and of manure to the fields.
25. But what the French have deposed is come to their handes (being little more than halfe of the said somme) is yeilded unto and restitution to be made for noe more.
26. Client agrees to make financial restitution to Suppliers for their time wasted trying to use drop-down boxes with no content, currency boxes formatted for a date, etc.
27. Of course he knows that not he but those who robbed him of the land are thieves, and that to get any restitution of what has been robbed is his duty towards his family.
28. He believed at that moment that he had a grave duty to perform: the restitution of the six hundred thousand francs to some one whom he sought with all possible discretion.
29. Soe that according to that rule it had byn but reason the English should have made restitution for noe more then what they proved came to their handes of the Frenchmens goodes.
30. When they are both bound to justice, perpetrators and those they offend against should be able to work out a just restitution between them, perhaps with atonement, but perhaps with forgiveness.
31. It was only for this reason that, without paying any attention to the consequences which might arise from his demand, he handed in the petition requesting the restitution of his imaginary right.
32. Any portion of your inherited wealth which turns out to have been derived through fraud or unfairness, you may disburse in accordance with your convictions of justice, generosity, and restitution.
33. The task we have here knowing the masses of the two bodies, their speeds before the collision and the coefficient of restitution is to determine the speeds after the collision and the impact impulse.
34. In their minds, the suspects had committed a crime and they should be held accountable, which to the victims almost always meant prison time or restitution of some sort, but that just wasn’t possible.
35. In the end, it was decided that there was little else to be done about it, since all the guilty were dead, though Rellin did offer sincere apology and any restitution we might ask for her family’s crimes.
36. It is, however, well known that France made the cession to Great Britain at the instance, and for the benefit of Spain, to enable her, with the cession of Florida, now called East Florida, to obtain a restitution of Cuba.
37. And he remembered all whom he had injured, and desired to make them restitution ; he began to give away money without stint, so that his wife and the archimandrite even had to restrain him ; " for that is enough," they said.
38. I missed the professor’s reasons why America entered the war, all the battles, Brazil’s nuclear bluff to end the war, the way we manipulated America at the negotiating table and got restitution payments and food shipments.
39. Bulstrode had to-night followed the order of his emotions; he entertained no doubt that the opportunity for restitution had come, and he had an overpowering impulse towards the penitential expression by which he was deprecating chastisement.
40. It had been bad enough for his figment to pervade it, upsetting her nerves almost into fits, but what was a figment compared to an actual body? The decent impulse she had had of restitution, of wholesale giving back, went curdled within her.
41. When they abandon the outrageous principles which govern that nation with respect to neutrals; when they abandon the practice of impressment; when they make restitution for spoliations of our trade; we will hold the hand of fellowship to them.
42. He thought that it would be well to open it, and that this package might possibly contain the address of the young girls, if it really belonged to them, and, in any case, the information necessary to a restitution to the person who had lost it.
43. That’s a viable alternative for all current charges, he said, but what about possible future charges? There’s missing money still out there, restitution needs to be paid to credit card companies, there are past criminal activities to consider.
44. The whole array of words threatening destruction to the wicked he regard as in effect so many fatherly promises of chastisement, restitution, and eternal life to lost sinners; but he avoids the consideration of the above arguments against such violent perversion.
45. He had decreed in his heart that he would not accept the one without the other, and he was immovably resolved to exact of any person whatever, who should desire to force him to live,—from his grandfather, from fate, from hell,—the restitution of his vanished Eden.
46. Yea, he didhold me to it at that rate also, about a great many more things than here I relate; as, that it was a shame to sit whining and mourning under a sermon, and a shame to come sighing and groaning home: that it was a shame to ask my neighbour forgiveness for petty faults, or to make restitution where I have taken from any.
47. Sir, discovering no disposition on the part of Britain to relax in her Orders in Council, to cease her oppression, or to make restitution for the damages we have sustained; but, on the contrary, a manifest disposition to persist in her lawless aggressions, it therefore becomes necessary not to depend any longer on countervailing restrictive systems, but to adopt something of a character more energetic, and more congenial to the wishes of the American people.
48. Sir, while I thought there was the most distant probability of obtaining justice by peace measures, I was an advocate for peace; but, sir, when I see not the least prospect of a revocation of her destructive Orders in Council, of the releasement of our impressed countrymen, a relinquishment of the principle of impressment, nor restitution for damages, I am for assuming a war attitude—consequently shall vote for the report of the committee, because I believe the force there contemplated will be an efficient force, and adequate to the purposes intended, to wit, the subjugation of the British North American Provinces.
49. The working people are too busy with the all-absorbing business of supporting themselves and their families, to be interested in those political questions, which present themselves as the chief motive of patriotism,—the questions of Russia's influence in the East, the unity of Germany, or the restitution of the lost provinces to France, or the acts of this or that part of one state toward another, and so forth, do not interest them, not only because they hardly ever know the conditions under which these questions have arisen, but also because the interests of their lives are quite independent of the political interests.
50. Since our prescriptive freedoms oftentimes support, within the boundaries of ―reasonable‖ limits(s), an individual‘s right to choose his or her own poison, why shouldn‘t government have it both ways by advancing concurrent strategies that seek to raise revenue through sin taxes for purposes of promoting ―health‖? Perhaps even more troubling is the recent outbreak of class action suits by enterprising litigants who, properly informed of the potential risks associated with cigarette smoking, beforehand, are presently seeking financial restitution against tobacco companies compensating them for smoking related diseases brought about by their own pre-determined actions.
51. For soe much as there is made a finall good agreement betwixt us and our good brother the French King, and that all differences aswell betwixt our Crownes as subjects are settled by a mutuall and perfect accord, and that amongst other particularityes on our side v/e have consented to the restitution of the fort and habitation of Quebec in Canada, as taken by force of armes since the peace, howsoever the Comission were given out to you during the warre betwixt us and the sayd King: We preferring the accomplishment of our royall word and promise before all whatsoever allegations may be made to the contrary in this behalfe, as we have obliged ourselves to that King for the due performance thereof by an act passed under our great Seale of this our realme of England, soe we doe by these our lres.
52. Forasmuch as there is made a finall good agreement betwixt us and our good brother the French King, and that all differences aswell betwixt our Crownes as subjects are settled by a mutuall and perfectt accord, and that amongst other particularytyes on our side, we have consented to the restitution of the fort and habitation of Kebec in Canada, as taken by force of armes since the peace, howsoever the Commission were given out to you during the warre betwixt us and the sayd King: We preferring the accomplishment of our royall word and promise before all whatsoever allegations may be made to the contrary in this behalfe, as wee have obliged ourselves to that King for the due performance thereof by an act passed under our great seale of this our realme of England, soe we doe by these our letres straightly charge and comand you that uppon the first commoditie of sending into parts and meanes for ye people to retoure yee doe give notice and order to all such subjects of ours which are under your Commission and government aswell souldiers which are in garrison in the foresaid fort and habitation of Kebec for defence thereof, as inhabitants, which are there seated and planted, to render according to the sayd agreement the sayd fort and habitation into the hands of such as shalbe by our said brother the French King appoynted and authorised to demaunde and receave the same from them, in the same state yt was at the tyme of the taking, without demolishing any thing of the fortifications and buildings which were erected at the tyme of the taking, or without carrying away the armes munitions merchandises or utensills which were then found therin.

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