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    1. knew God as the Rewarder of Faith, Burden bearer,

    2. with a joyful heart and out of love is not a burden

    3. Further they are easy to organize and the burden of arrangement can be shared within the family

    4. Older people should not be seen as burden

    5. He spills a quantity of soggy wallpaper on the floor as his grip on the bags slips; together, Liz and I rush over to take some of his burden from him

    6. seemed almost frail, as though it could not carry the burden of terror that forever

    7. There is no need for us to carry around the burden of guilt, because the

    8. ‘You are not a burden, Kate

    9. Knowing that you are not alone, that others bear the burden of living like you do, is a strange sort of comfort

    10. Yet I tried again, in vain; my gun was nothing but a burden now and I threw it down in dismay

    11. On the ground the shape seemed almost frail, as though it could not carry the burden of terror that forever dogged its tracks, but as Lucy moved closer, as the figure gathered its limbs together and began to unbend, began to straighten and stand, she saw with horror that he, for it must be masculine, was tall and thick set and lithe, as if he were a wolf or a hunting cat

    12.  Delighting in yourself releases the heavy burden of

    13. Christ’s cross is the sweetest burden that ever I bore; it is such a burden as wings are to a bird, or sails are to a ship

    14. You heard him; this is a burden for him too

    15. It was a heavy burden to carry

    16. Nuran's immaturity was giving her a greater appreciation for what a good traveling companion Alan really was and how little extra burden his youth had put on her, no burden at all when you got right down to it

    17. By the time you‘re done writing, you should feel lighter and more peaceful, like a burden has been lifted off of your shoulders

    18. mother had such a burden

    19. us, which have borne the burden and heat of the day

    20. energy to non-‐truth as this wil only lead to burden

    21. remain either in non-‐truth and burden your life or to love yourself by

    22. Restriction of flow only causes more burden and hardship

    23. flow, joy resides; where there is stagnation, there is always burden

    24. burden your life to help others

    25. It is a heavy burden that God has given to the

    26. 9 What profit has he who works in that in which he labors? 10 I have seen the burden

    27. His words had broken the spell binding her to that spot in the corridor; horror fuelling her muscles, Chrissie frantically dodged from one side of the hall to the other, desperately trying to find a way past, but Ozzie and his grisly burden filled the hallway, she couldn’t get past

    28. don’t wish to carry the burden of guilt with me for the rest

    29. might rethink playing after such a burden

    30. add yet another burden to the poor woman’s woes, but

    31. This space is a burden on the property owners above because of risk to structural columns running thru it

    32. It seemed to me that he traded one burden for the other—the

    33. He walked—His burden no one shared

    34. be relieved of this burden

    35. Labour is there so well rewarded, that a numerous family of children, instead of being a burden, is a source of opulence and prosperity to the parents

    36. Home! And relieved of the burden of

    37. Along with this newborn doubt came tremendous sympathy for the Destroyer and for a moment, Brice could almost feel the weight of the burden that man must bear

    38. Annabelle received yet another burden to carry, but was

    39. The burden he must bear

    40. But no, I resisted taking on the burden of hauling Chloe’s soul upon my back

    41. Selecting the first option could alleviate your burden for a very short while

    42. to shoulder the financial burden

    43. By this regulation, a very heavy burden was laid upon their supplying Great Britain

    44. The act of navigation, it is true, lays no burden upon foreign ships that come to export the produce of British industry

    45. The second case, in which it will generally be advantageous to lay some burden upon foreign for the encouragement of domestic industry, is when some tax is imposed at home upon the produce of the latter

    46. As there are two cases in which it will generally be advantageous to lay some burden upon foreign for the encouragement of domestic industry, so there are two others in which it may sometimes be a matter of deliberation, in the one, how far it is proper to continue the free importation of certain foreign goods; and, in the other, how far, or in what manner, it may be proper to restore that free importation, after it has been for some time interrupted

    47. But given this as an apparent matter of life and death…how could she have hidden it so? More striking yet, how could she bear that brilliantly warm smile amid it all? How could anyone shoulder a burden like that alone?

    48. With little to no food, water or rest, the burden was even greater

    49. She didn’t wish to add to the already heavy burden of hurtful emotions and heartache

    50. Let us return briefly to our hero, straining against his burden

    1. 4For we that are in this tabernacle do groan, being burdened: not for that we would be

    2. That responsibility burdened him as much as feeding the four of them did back before the starship

    3. more burdened and exhausted than any time Tom had seen him in the

    4. They mused together without speaking of the immense weight with which Harry must surely have been burdened as he awaited some sign, some hint of preparation and contrite surrender from one and the other of the seekers

    5. However; he was burdened and wanted to share with his friend Ferguson

    6. burdened by such intruders, it was further enacted by the 3rd of William III

    7. found that they were still burdened with grief, and Jean’s

    8. Couldn’t he see this was a time for joy, not sorrow? Was he so burdened by our mutual failure to save Euredon that he could never know happiness again? Didn’t he feel this bond between us, this promise that we’d always prosper side by side?

    9. The rent never pays the interest of the purchase-money, and is, besides, burdened with repairs and other occasional charges, to which the interest of money is not liable

    10. She offered a good-humored smirk and though the Imperial was still burdened by the fresh, devastating news as well as his own constant worries, he decided to take the Breton’s lead and proceed with a smile – weak as it may be

    11. be burdened with this God or Jesus stuff

    12. Beside him, in a lesser chair, was his young wife, sixteen in years, and burdened by their first child

    13. For the sake of that little enhancement of price which this monopoly might afford our producers, the home consumers have been burdened with the whole expense of maintaining and defending that empire

    14. “Our lives are full of so many struggles and burdened with our responsibilities

    15. As in this case, however, the taxes are lighter than they would have been, had a revenue sufficient for defraying the same expense been raised within the year ; the private revenue of individuals is necessarily less burdened, and consequently their ability to save and accumulate some part of that revenue into capital, is a good deal less impaired

    16. If there was no tythe either in Great Britain or Ireland, the landlords could afford to pay six or seven millions additional land tax, without being more burdened than a very great part of them are at present

    17. The rest of the camp was a scene of men and women going about their business, or following strict orders, servants bustling left and right with arms burdened with bundles, armoured soldiers marching in small groups carrying swords or shields towards the outer defence lines, Alit’aren strolling with an air of pride and dignity, often trailed by a host of Ael Tarael like motherly foxes patrolling after potentially rabid wolves

    18. He was one of the few burdened by the near certainty of what was to come

    19. Not only are we burdened with the nanny state; we now have to contend with the nanny society

    20. This, here, now, was merely an afterthought: to be a plaything of L-Seven-Six, thus the enemy could wipe their hands clean of him and not be burdened with the accusation of torture

    21. Kay wondered if they had planned for this condition, because he was barely gone from the room before a group of Galeron’s men were lumbering back into the area burdened by heavy sacks of coins

    22. I put my head down on the kitchen counter and cried and cried and cried, not hearing Egan trying his utmost to console and ease my burdened heart

    23. Anyhow, unprecedented powers had been granted to these groups: they were no longer burdened by the necessity of observing the civil rights of citizens suspected of treason

    24. My mother, by the time of my arrival, already burdened with my older brother and sister, and still bereft of any clear understanding of the physical processes that produced us, seemed to oscillate uncertainly between self and the servant-hood thrust upon her by circumstances beyond her ability to comprehend or knowingly accept

    25. My words are burdened: eons, days

    26. Two days into the siege, our auxiliaries finally began to file in, somewhat burdened by booty from their conquest

    27. Who more burdened than Jacob, on the

    28. 11 Now therefore we cannot bear up against this thing which you have done, neither can we be burdened with this yoke on us, which our ancestors did not command us

    29. She had talented children, yet she felt burdened with them, and she could not feel proud

    30. Things were going rather well, but she was burdened with very serious emotional problems and remained aloof in the practice of her religion

    31. Breaking the silence in the room, Gabriel said, “I think we are all burdened by our country’s actions and maybe our own lack of engagement in political affairs

    32. If you’re always aiming for perfection in everything you do, you’re going to be burdened by your overwhelmingly increasing stress in the long-run

    33. 11 Now therefore we cannot bear up against this thing which you have done neither can we be burdened with this yoke on us which our ancestors did not command us

    34. Not to say that I will never be burdened by all of this, because I

    35. moving her burdened body out of the car and heaving

    36. John slowly opened his eyes and smiled at her as she approached his bedside, although he couldn't hide his heavily burdened heart from her

    37. His spirit was deeply burdened with sorrow, and his cross hopelessly heavy

    38. 28 "Come to Me all you who labour and are heavily burdened and I will give you rest

    39. I don’t want her to be burdened with my grief

    40. Burdened vessel: vessel required to take action to avoid collision under the Rules of the Road

    41. When taxes are used to cover losses in government industries, then the consumers are further burdened for the extra cost

    42. wouldn’t be burdened by the whole thing, I spoke more easily during the following weeks

    43. Its golden-green leaves, burdened with white berries, grew out of the tree’s injury

    44. The sky was burdened with odd gray clouds and black smoke

    45. There was no way to get to the loo so one of the guys whose bladder was burdened beyond bearing, attempted to piss out the window

    46. Agnes, burdened beyond bearing with the injustices of the world, chose confrontation over diplomacy

    47. If you load them with information they will feel burdened and loose interest in your speech

    48. He is so burdened with his load but he is not willing to give it up, which is crippling his ability to grow

    49. You may be burdened by money responsibilities or you are trying to balance the household budget

    50. always one stage higher than it is while he is still burdened with the house of

    1. You know how it goes, right? Jobs that have become a burdening, stressful weight rather than a joyous opportunity to learn and contribute; once vibrant relationships gone sour yet clung to in a monotonous and abject state of surrender; and unending financial woes that in great part are self-generated due to an insatiable purchasing hunger that feeds on itself like the viral monster that it is

    2. Jack, I'm sorry for burdening you with all this but I have to tell someone

    3. The people developing the budget of the current administration don"t have a clue, with the exception of burdening our progeny until the whatever generation, in order to pay the debts of the current one

    4. a) The utilization of this innovative methodology creates million of activities that will generate billion of employments with remuneration, without burdening cost of the production of the corporations

    5. The investment is unique and possible of being done, without burdening anybody, even the humblest people

    6. Besides, this standard unit propitiates to terminate with fixed cost, it eliminates the state-owned bureaucracy, it liberates the entrepreneurs of the country-cost and of the waste and it makes possible its execution for billions of people with consequent generation of income, without burdening the costs of the production

    7. I hadn’t seen her in five years, and burdening her with my problems would only put a damper on the evening

    8. It's easier without the day-to-day problems burdening you down, but as John pointed out, even at the bottom a person can hold an image in his mind, an image of success and prosperity that keeps his hopes and dreams alive

    9. These are all things that can be very burdening for your neck

    10. Between the burdening guilt of leaving her alone, and her understanding feelings that subsequently followed, he finally realized the human aspect of their semi-serious relationship

    11. burdening her with his trials and tribulations and apprehensive about

    12. Then, as we had gathered talking with so many, and at any given time someone was always at the door, or in the room with questions, the Spirit of God and His Christ was upon us, and those gathered wanting to understand this new way of life that is so much different than the religious leaders have tried burdening them with

    13. without burdening them with worries of insolvency

    14. What an irony our life has turned out to be! While I slighted him all through, he died burdening me with his magnanimity

    15. With every gunshot from Ralf's weapon of eternal bullets, a bloated human carcass piled upon the sacrificial pyre of pets his cause was burdening Eartheart with

    16. It means giving the detective an actual portrait of the person he is sent after without burdening him with a photograph

    17. If a certain stable creative Impulse wedges in their dynamics, which decreases their quality (for example, egoistic “emanations” and “psychonations”), then their Inertia, in the form of burdening Energy-Information, affects the speed of propagation of flakses, they “come out” of the structures of iskon “Fields” and begin to “slow down”, being transformed into wave formations — photons

    18. Responsibility was burdening her shoulders

    19. From Sancho they took his coat, leaving him in his shirt-sleeves; and dividing among themselves the remaining spoils of the battle, they went each one his own way, more solicitous about keeping clear of the Holy Brotherhood they dreaded, than about burdening themselves with the chain, or going to present themselves before the lady Dulcinea del Toboso

    20. For no man, they argued, not even father, an habitual pursuer of dreams, would push the love of the novelist's art of make-believe to the point of burdening himself with real trunks for a voyage AU PAYS DU REVE

    21. From the moment when Alexey Alexandrovitch understood from his interviews with Betsy and with Stepan Arkadyevitch that all that was expected of him was to leave his wife in peace, without burdening her with his presence, and that his wife herself desired this, he felt so distraught that he could come to no decision of himself; he did not know himself what he wanted now, and

    22. Brightly, the ferryman's smile lit up; softly, he touched Siddhartha's arm and said: "Ask the river about it, my friend! Hear it laugh about it! Would you actually believe that you had committed your foolish acts in order to spare your son from committing them too? And could you in any way protect your son from Sansara? How could you? By means of teachings, prayer, admonition? My dear, have you entirely forgotten that story, that story containing so many lessons, that story about Siddhartha, a Brahman's son, which you once told me here on this very spot? Who has kept the Samana Siddhartha safe from Sansara, from sin, from greed, from foolishness? Were his father's religious devotion, his teachers warnings, his own knowledge, his own search able to keep him safe? Which father, which teacher had been able to protect him from living his life for himself, from soiling himself with life, from burdening himself with guilt, from drinking the bitter

    23. Second, stock options are already reflected in the diluted share base used to calculate the earnings-per-share (EPS) figures most investors focus on; by further burdening net income with an expense for options, diluted EPS under today’s accounting clearly reflects double counting

    24. This wasn’t a prize, these thousands of books burdening the tables of the Bodleian Serapeum of Oxford

    25. In October, 1805, a Russian army was occupying the villages and towns of the Archduchy of Austria, and yet other regiments freshly arriving from Russia were settling near the fortress of Braunau and burdening the inhabitants on whom they were quartered

    26. At the first glance, when Davout had only raised his head from the papers where human affairs and lives were indicated by numbers, Pierre was merely a circumstance, and Davout could have shot him without burdening his conscience with an evil deed, but now he saw in him a human being

    27. And as God's above, I suddenly thought, why go on in misery any longer, what is there to wait for? Here I have a willow, a handkerchief, a shirt, I can twist them into a rope in a minute, and braces besides, and why go on burdening the earth, dishonoring it with my vile presence? And then I heard you coming—Heavens, it was as though something flew down to me suddenly

    28. For it would have been discreditable to insist on burdening with the common regulations so great an ascetic, who prayed day and night (he even dropped asleep on his knees)

    1. She dropped her burdens on the way by, then jumped into Herndon's arms with a shout

    2. heavy burdens but turn away when it is their time to carry the load

    3. We all have a variety of talents and burdens and ideas

    4. The Hausa were moved to an area off to the side and well back from the entrance; there they were relieved of their burdens, and watered and fed

    5. (burdens it), you can take responsibility

    6. them al that hurts and burdens them, drawing this then into your own

    7. Each began to feel the weight of humility, and both were overjoyed in bearing their new secret burdens

    8. Actually, more often than not it was some other member, or collection of members of the family who had to insist upon stepping in and shouldering the unexpected burdens whenever necessary

    9. Chloe was needed during the bulk of the holidays at The Rooms, the burdens of success; so Kaitlyn would be traveling on her own to Redditch on the four o'clock train from Stratford

    10. He was uncaring of the loathsome burdens with which he tasked the apprentices, and he was shamelessly obsequious to his superiors

    11. for her without us adding to her burdens

    12. For they bind heavy burdens, hard to bear, and lay them on

    13. But though, according to this scheme, the colonies could have no just reason to fear that their share of the public burdens should ever exceed the proper proportion to that of their

    14. The people might thus be in part relieved from one of the burdens of which they at present complain the most; while, at the same time, the revenue might be considerably augmented

    15. 12, the different taxes which had been mortgaged for paying the bank annuity, together with several others, which, by this act, were likewise rendered perpetual, were accumulated into one common fund, called the aggregate fund, which was charged not only with the payment of the bank annuity, but with several other annuities and burdens of different kinds

    16. The foresight of the heavy and unavoidable burdens of war would hinder the people from wantonly calling for it when there was no real or solid interest to fight for

    17. Where the landlord is subject neither to tythe nor poor's rate, he must certainly be more able to pay such a tax, than where he is subject to both those other burdens

    18. Great indulgence would for some time be due to those provinces of the empire which were thus subjected to burdens to which they had not before been accustomed; and even when the same taxes came to be levied everywhere as exactly as possible, they would not everywhere produce a revenue proportioned to the numbers of the people

    19. Addendum to the above: Such (oftentimes) occurs whenever parents (unconditionally) concede moral and intellectual authority to their children many have proven themselves worthy of confidence in such matters; that is to say, before they develop the necessary aptitudes and skills that will enable them to assume the burden(s) associated with such undertakings; before they acquire some measure of insight into the nature of ―things

    20. Brokin shook his head sadly: they all had their burdens to bear

    21. It would appear that America has, whether intentionally or not, (I will leave such questions for others to argue), hastened its own decline by reasons of ―guilt,‖ ―shame‖ and (national) complacency or perhaps a combination of all three or simply because egalitarian attitudes no longer make it feasible for America to shoulder such (lofty) burdens

    22. Heavy-laden, bearing burdens which are no longer yours to bear

    23. And put down all these bitter burdens you heap upon yourselves and others,

    24. “My sons, you have been very faithful in following close behind me, and did not stray, yet how is it you did not also follow my example? For when some came to inquire, you stayed silent; and when those with injuries drew near, you did not care for them; nor did you lend a hand to those with heavy burdens, neither did you point the way for those who asked for direction

    25. One who bears their own burdens

    26. He sighed deeply, feeling the burdens too much suddenly

    27. could easily lead to mass unemployment and unsolvable burdens on

    28. Brazil stays free from the foreign debt with its high burdens in a flash and it is liberated of the financial prison when it deposits the foreseen value of its budget for the XUSING Project in physical coins ($ Real) as donation in the Current Account “Social” of Bank3Sector of Brazil

    29. subsidiarily for the burdens of the Institution

    30. He was pleased to hear how I got to manage my mind efficiently, focusing on all the good stuff and reducing all the rest to life’s normal burdens

    31. 15 And Solomon had threescore and ten thousand that bore burdens, and fourscore thousand hewers in the mountains;

    32. They came because of economic opportunity, religious freedom, or to escape the burdens of the country of their origin—persecution, famine, and lack of freedom

    33. threescore and ten thousand men to bear burdens, and fourscore thousand to saw out in the mountain, and three thousand and six

    34. them to be bearers of burdens, and fourscore thousand to be hewers in the mountain, and three thousand and six hundred overseers to

    35. the greatness of the burdens laid on him, and the repairing of the house of God, note, they are written in the story of the book of the

    36. Exo 2:11 And it came to pass in those days, when Moses was grown, that he went out unto his brethren, and looked on their burdens: and he spied an Egyptian smiting an Hebrew, one of his brethren

    37. this the fast that I have chosen? To loose the bands of wickedness, to undo the heavy burdens, and to let the oppressed go free, and

    38. Shoulder: Strength; government; to be a servant; assist; carrier of burdens; Kingdom authority; safety; also road shoulder can represent the same

    39. Broad Shoulders: Strong authority and ability to carry large burdens

    40. your captivity; but have seen for you false burdens and causes of banishment

    41. 10 And Judah said, the strength of the bearers of burdens is decayed, and there is much

    42. 17 Those who built up the wall, and those who carried burdens, with those who loaded; everyone with one of his hands

    43. burdens of wheat: you have built houses of hewn stone, but you shall not dwell in them; you have planted pleasant vineyards, but you

    44. 24 Fodder, a wand, and burdens, are for the ass; and bread, correction, and work, for a servant

    45. Some kept to themselves, but many were dear to men, for they would often come among them, easing burdens with their touch and filling hearts with their laughter and strength

    46. pick up those same burdens, the very things that we are not strong enough to

    47. thoughts — these are all burdens

    48. 68 And Jacob answered his brother and said, I would do as my Lord speaks to me, but my Lord knows that the children are tender, and the flocks and herds with their young who are with me, go but slowly, for if they went swiftly they would all die, for you know their burdens and their fatigue

    49. 41 And the day arrived when Moses went to Goshen to see his brothers, that he saw the children of Israel in their burdens and hard labor, and Moses was grieved on their account

    50. 1 And when Moses was eighteen years old, he desired to see his father and mother and he went to them to Goshen, and when Moses had come near Goshen, he came to the place where the children of Israel were engaged in work, and he observed their burdens, and he saw an Egyptian striking one of his Hebrew brothers

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