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    1. This defect was not remedied till the third of George III

    2. If mean and improper persons are frequently appointed trustees ; and if proper courts of inspection and account have not yet been established for controlling their conduct, and for reducing the tolls to what is barely sufficient for executing the work to be done by them ; the recency of the institution both accounts and apologizes for those defects, of which, by the wisdom of parliament, the greater part may, in due time, be gradually remedied

    3. When the diminution of revenue is the effect of the encouragement given to smuggling, it may, perhaps, be remedied in two ways; either by diminishing the temptation to smuggle, or by increasing the difficulty of smuggling

    4. But whatever inconveniency might arise to the maltster from being obliged to advance a heavier tax, it could easily be remedied, by granting him a few months longer credit than is at present commonly given to the brewer

    5. These very beneficial results of the earlier environmental movement were based on factual conditions such as polluted water and foul air that could be seen, measured, and remedied

    6. This will be remedied one glorious

    7. (Q) What is the purpose of heel pain and Achilles tendonitis? How can it be remedied?

    8. This could be remedied by storing the city and state on the account file even though it could also be found on the zip code file

    9. This can be easily remedied by bringing more of these people on board: you’re creating high paying jobs and forcing acceptable behavior by offenders

    10. This problem can be remedied by having a feature –

    11. The problem was easily remedied as all I needed do was plug in the toaster

    12. General Walker, those are your troops and you should have remedied those deficiencies, not me

    13. That was however remedied quickly enough by the pilots themselves

    14. This, of course, was a situation easily remedied by the consumption of self prescribed stimulation which provided satisfying results for both parties, although it was preferred more notice was required than was given today

    15. Lack of sleep on Rudolph’s part had added to his lack of tolerance and as he said goodbye to Vidich he gave himself a good talking to about a situation that must be remedied

    16. Unfortunately the deformities could not be remedied

    17. and how can it be remedied?

    18. Does this mean that the denial of marriage is discrimination against gays and lesbians that should be remedied by legislative or judicial change—or constitutional amendment to either allow or not allow it in order to remove all doubt? This issue of course has become the litmus test of gay rights advocacy groups as to whether you are with us or against us

    19. Therese was about to point out that her flute had been left behind when it dawned on her how easily that problem could be remedied now that she had her traveling robe

    20. The Cretan Council warned Roger, a few days ago that if this eye sore wasn’t remedied, it would fine him 60,000 Euros

    21. The Greek’s never hid, felt ashamed or ever remedied their appalling treatment of animals

    22. Ignorance cannot be remedied by anyone other than the person who holds it, for any attempt to change his mind only reinforces his decision

    23. So where does that leave us? It leaves us in a situation which can only be remedied through changing our awareness: how we focus it, use it, train it

    24. (3) That in other cases the ignorant rejection of God in life may be remedied by the evangelisation of 'spirits in prison

    25. intelligence; for, on merely hearing what her taste was, I declare her to be the most beautiful and the most intelligent woman in the world; and I wish your worship had, along with Amadis of Gaul, sent her the worthy Don Rugel of Greece, for I know the Lady Luscinda would greatly relish Daraida and Garaya, and the shrewd sayings of the shepherd Darinel, and the admirable verses of his bucolics, sung and delivered by him with such sprightliness, wit, and ease; but a time may come when this omission can be remedied, and to rectify it nothing more is needed than for your worship to be so good as to come with me to my village, for there I can give you more than three hundred books which are the delight of my soul and the entertainment of my life;--though it occurs to me that I have not got one of them now, thanks to the spite of wicked and envious

    26. It was a People's Course, the lecture on the Pyramids, and Jo rather wondered at the choice of such a subject for such an audience, but took it for granted that some great social evil would be remedied or some great want supplied by unfolding the glories of the Pharaohs to an audience whose thoughts were busy with the price of coal and flour, and whose lives were spent in trying to solve harder riddles than that of the Sphinx

    27. He found that the boots, having been placed too near the fire, had dried too quickly and consequently the sole of one of them had begun to split away from the upper: he remedied this as well as he was able and then turned the wetter parts of the clothing to the fire

    28. "The matter can be easily remedied," said the brow-beaten doctor; "Mr

    29. The pain of what we heard—and, in so many cases, it was pain that could have been prevented, remedied, or reduced—was sometimes hard to comprehend

    30. How was this to be explained? I asked myself; and then, with another bound of terror—how was it to be remedied? It was well on in the morning; the servants were up; all my drugs were in the cabinet—a long journey down two pairs of stairs, through the back passage, across the open court and through the anatomical theatre, from where I was then standing horror-struck

    31. Evidently a game of Indian had been in progress when the time came to meet the train and it was obvious from the look Bonnie had refused to have her toilet remedied, even to meet her mother

    32. The inquest had ended in a verdict of accidental death, caused by the wear and tear of the chains by which the chandelier was hung from the ceiling; but it was the duty of both the old and the new managers to have discovered this wear and tear and to have remedied it in time

    33. In opposition to his uncle’s opinion, he thought that the setbacks in river navigation, always on the edge of disaster, could be remedied only by a voluntary renunciation of the riverboat monopoly that the National Congress had granted to the River Company of the Caribbean for ninety-nine y ears and a day

    34. Edmund was absent at this time, or the evil would have been earlier remedied

    35. One mistake had been made in not arresting Boone instantly, as he was allowed some few minutes during which he might have communicated with his friend the Lascar, but this fault was soon remedied, and he was seized and searched, without anything being found which could incriminate him

    36. It could be remedied only by the Committee of Petitions before which you laid it

    37. This being so, the evil can only be remedied by effecting a change in the views now in vogue about “falling in love” and all that this term implies, by educating men and women at home through family influence and example, and abroad by means of healthy public opinion, to practice that abstinence which morality and Christianity alike enjoin

    38. Thus the indictment, which was the foundation of the barbarous treatment I received, carried on its front its own condemnation; but this defect was remedied by the ingenuity of the party judge, who dexterously mingled his assertions that the crime was cognizable under the common law, with his admonitions to a pliant jury not to be deterred from finding a verdict where the man who wrote was a member of Congress, and knew the sedition law was about to be passed, and probably hurried his letter to evade the law

    39. The fracture of one of the cups is easily remedied by a supernumerary

    40. I was opposed to the war when it was declared, because I was confidently persuaded that the evils of which we complained were of a nature not to be remedied by war

    41. the evils we have complained of were of a nature not to be remedied by war, 644;

    1. orthodox allopathic treatment by medicines or surgery, natural or home remedies and alternate methods of treatment

    2. · Use herbal remedies

    3. · Certain homeopathic remedies may be helpful

    4. · Chinese, Tibetan and Ayurvedic medicine all have effective remedies for dealing with stress

    5. Betty is sweet and offers me all sorts of remedies for my headache, but I put her off by telling her I have taken something already

    6. It took her telling them that I was past these trivial Scientology remedies and needed the "big guns" now for them to lay off

    7. Running water and salt and other folk remedies can provide barriers and there are books which explain such psychic defense at length

    8. So many little remedies for most any affliction were so readily acquired in nature

    9. There are two very easy and effectual remedies, however, by whose joint operation the state might, without violence, correct whatever was unsocial or disagreeably rigorous in the morals of all the little sects into which the country was divided

    10. The first of those remedies is the study of science and philosophy, which the state might render almost universal among all people of middling or more than middling rank and fortune ; not by giving salaries to teachers in order to make them negligent and idle, but by instituting some sort of probation, even in the higher and more difficult sciences, to be undergone by every person before he was permitted to exercise any liberal profession, or before he could be received as a candidate for any honourable office, of trust or profit

    11. The second of those remedies is the frequency and gaiety of public diversions

    12. dowsing, acupuncture and herbal remedies on the rich of the

    13. Natural Remedies could be the answer

    14. Natural remedies and herbal treatments can offer a gentle, non invasive solution to this problematic condition

    15. The client is now trying legal remedies for breach but that will not be settled in the next five years and he is thoroughly nailed

    16. How wonderful it would be, we both agreed, were medical science able to discover remedies for ―incurable‖ diseases like Alzheimer‘s, ALS, Paralysis and inscrutable forms of Cancer that continue to confound medical authorities

    17. Gareth scribbled down the address on the inside of an old packet of headache remedies

    18. Maharaj had a plethora of knowledge of herbal remedies and he cured

    19. i had prayed for a long time and checked different remedies all to no

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    21. While these remedies lessen or eliminate the resultant suffering, the four opponent powers do not totally and completely purify negative karma

    22. · Regret empowers the other three remedies, and is most important

    23. [112] These four remedies have been taken from the Buddhist tradition (Vajrayana)

    24. practitioner who is thoroughly familiar with both the remedies and the

    25. ” The remedies proposed by the alarmists would require a drastic scaling down of industrial and technological development

    26. There his studies show that the cost of proposed remedies is extremely high, that the resources required could benefit more people in many other ways, and that the proposed remedies are therefore a misuse of available resources

    27. When the climate changers’ remedies get down to closing plants, destroying industries, and eliminating jobs there might be real climate change—in the political climate

    28. have a chance to rectify the problem using natural remedies and without having

    29. Numerous remedies all promise relief

    30. Being subject therefore to so few causes of sickness, man, in the state of nature, can have no need of remedies, and still less of physicians

    31. You could also try different herbal remedies until you fall upon the one that works best for you

    32. “Easy now, woman, we’ve still got a lot of riding and mountain-climbing to do, so let’s go to good old Maggie for some home remedies for your anticipated sore muscles

    33. intertwined that remedies involving huge additional spending are not the

    34. Those who know a lot about bedwetting options, remedies and treatments are often those parents who have struggled with the problem with their own children

    35. There are many alternative or less-used bedwetting remedies used by parents to help treat the problem

    36. perfectly safe to use alone or with other remedies

    37. Remember: even remedies that are all-natural may contain ingredients that can be

    38. There are no “instant” resolutions for bedwetting, and trying many remedies in rapid succession is not likely to work

    39. If you try several methods at once, you will have no way of knowing which remedies are working and which are not

    40. They may use a few remedies to control the mess of bedwetting, for example, and use others to actually resolve the problem

    41. There are a lot of natural snoring remedies available in stores in almost any

    42. The affectivity of these natural snoring remedies is not guaranteed because

    43. a lot of consumers claim that these remedies are highly effective in

    44. remedies before you can actually find one which suits you best

    45. what remedies you have used for the last few weeks or months

    46. every aspect of information on snoring, including its causes, remedies and

    47. breathing, excessive snoring and ineffective remedies are all symptoms of

    48. It is really necessary to stop and find remedies in your snoring

    49. There are many snoring remedies out in stores

    50. Good thing, there is already a wide spectrum of stop snoring remedies that

    1. My spouse will not let me call an exterminator and wants to find a natural remedy

    2. including this final chapter, will help remedy this all too common problem

    3. Perhaps we will remedy that, chuckled Ash

    4. That’s the surest remedy for your problem

    5. 6) Remedy The ability to undo a negative, especially when that

    6. I didn't know what to do to remedy the situation

    7. Kelsey that the great bulk of all the work made to remedy the house and gardens was made by just two extraordinary women

    8. On Thursday that same week the Village Council reconvened and decided to go forward with the grand experiment designed to remedy the town's ailing reputation

    9. Satisfied that they had made all the necessary arrangements for their selected remedy, they adjourned for lunch and drinks

    10. Those assignments also gave him the most essential experiences of encountering the inevitable snags and snafus of planning, and finding the necessary work-arounds or redesign solutions in remedy

    11. Thinking his sabotage would bring down his nemesis in the eyes of the management; his thought was that he would be able to step in, provide remedy, and thereby ingratiate himself into those same supervisors' good opinions who for reasons unknown to himself so depended upon that 'Mr

    12. themselves to be exposed to this oppression without a remedy

    13. He asked for a remedy that might lend iron to his-- Forgive me, I can’t say it to you, lord

    14. By establishing a bank of a particular kind, which he seems to have imagined might issue paper to the amount of the whole value of all the lands in the country, he proposed to remedy this want of money

    15. This action has been found so effectual a remedy, that, in the modern practice, when the landlord has occasion to sue for the possession of the land, he seldom makes use of the actions which properly belong to him as a landlord, the writ of right or the writ of entry, but sues in the name of his tenant, by the writ of ejectment

    16. It was like a plague of cockroaches that had gotten out of control long ago, leaving no remedy in the present to quell their ever-increasing numerical growth and geographic expansion

    17. In order to remedy the inconvenience to which this

    18. In order to remedy these inconveniencies, a bank was established in 1609, under the guarantee of the city

    19. The violence and injustice of the rulers of mankind is an ancient evil, for which, I am afraid, the nature of human affairs can scarce admit of a remedy : but the mean rapacity, the monopolizing spirit, of merchants and manufacturers, who neither are, nor ought to be, the rulers of mankind, though it cannot, perhaps, be corrected, may very easily be prevented from disturbing the tranquillity of anybody but themselves

    20. Whoever examines, with attention, the history of the dearths and famines which have afflicted any part of Europe during either the course of the present or that of the two preceding centuries, of several of which we have pretty exact accounts, will find, I believe, that a dearth never has arisen from any combination among the inland dealers in corn, nor from any other cause but a real scarcity, occasioned sometimes, perhaps, and in some particular places, by the waste of war, but in by far the greatest number of cases by the fault of the seasons; and that a famine has never arisen from any other cause but the violence of government attempting, by improper means, to remedy the inconveniencies of a dearth

    21. All the while the Elf recounted to herself everything the Matriarch had told her about how to remedy as far as possible any unintended damage she might wreak on an innocent victim

    22. To remedy this disorder, for such it was supposed to be, a law was made, restricting the quantity of land which any citizen could possess to five hundred jugera; about 350 English acres

    23. They not only introduce very dangerous disorders into the state of the body politic, but disorders which it is often difficult to remedy, without occasioning, for a time at least, still greater

    24. Let's see if we can remedy that…

    25. During the continuance of this state of things, therefore, the corruption of justice, naturally resulting from the arbitrary and uncertain nature of those presents, scarce admitted of any effectual remedy

    26. The present admirable constitution of the courts of justice in England was, perhaps, originally, in a great measure, formed by this emulation, which anciently took place between their respective judges : each judge endeavouring to give, in his own court, the speediest and most effectual remedy which the law would admit, for every sort of injustice

    27. In such cases, therefore, the remedy of the courts of law was sufficient

    28. It was to draw back such causes to themselves, that the courts of law are said to have invented the artificial and fictitious writ of ejectment, the most effectual remedy for an unjust outer or dispossession of land

    29. In order to remedy this inconveniency, government has found no better expedient, than to impose upon the whole generality an additional tax of a hundred and twenty thousand livres

    30. The government neither gains nor loses by the additional tax, which is applied altogether to remedy the inequalities arising from the old assessment

    31. But we'll soon remedy that

    32. When the diminution of revenue is the effect of the diminutiun of consumption, there can be but one remedy, and that is the lowering of the tax

    33. South did not go without a legal remedy being sought by the

    34. Herbal salve, Rescue Remedy, cayenne pepper and yarrow mix (to stop the bleeding) Echinacea (for infections)

    35. The difference between a solution and a remedy

    36. My clients want solutions for their problems and not a remedy which cost money but have no solution

    37. exponential demands of a growing workforce? What would the ―social/welfare costs‖ associated with an expanding under-class (we will always have the poor among us) entail? Where would the money come from? At what point would euthanasia (my friend is a faithful liberal) be considered an appropriate remedy for the unproductive /aging/sickly elements of our population? (even demi-gods aren‘t immortal)

    38. Frequently, good intentions cause more problems than they intend to solve, and produce greater harm than the one they want to remedy

    39. Not one of those cures has been shown to be effective, but talk to women who have been pregnant, and many will swear their remedy works miraculously

    40. "Well, that's good, but what of the cause and the remedy; any thoughts?"

    41. The mint remedy was not working and the Baroness slipped quietly into a prolonged sleep

    42. Johnson stroked her furry muzzle and her silky ears while he waited for the remedy to take hold

    43. “You remember, where I told you I gathered the head-ache remedy, by stripping bark from the old weeping trees? Do you mean up there?”

    44. The law is very clear as to the Civil liability and the remedy available

    45. The law is very clear as to the Civil liability and the remedy

    46. and even if they could guess these, they would not know the remedy

    47. life, but also know the way/s to remedy those and have the capacity to

    48. The facts about ozone were clear enough to bring about a rational global remedy

    49. The free market, so feared by ELPs, had acted as a remedy, by bringing out neglected stories and views

    50. My remedy is just the thing for those who lack a conscience

    1. In the political body, however, the wisdom of nature has fortunately made ample provision for remedying many of the bad effects of the folly and injustice of man ; it the same manner as it has done in the natural body, for remedying those of his sloth and intemperance

    2. The unions rightfully raised hell, and I oversaw the remedying of the source of the leak and negotiated a much smaller fine than originally sought by OSHA

    3. If you watched the goings on, you may also have seen Jennifer Lopez’s wardrobe malfunction – remedying these problems of J

    4. "Remedying the Effects of Identity Theft," which shows that police

    5. And so, senor, let your goodness reinstate the father that begot me in your good opinion, and be assured that he was a wise and prudent man, since by his craft he found out such a sure and easy way of remedying my misfortune; for I believe, senor, that had it not been for you I should never have lit upon the good fortune I now possess; and in this I am saying what is perfectly true; as most of these gentlemen who are present can fully testify

    6. The countess, with her loving heart, felt that her children were being ruined, that it was not the count’s fault for he could not help being what he was- that consciousness of his own and his children’s ruin, and she tried to find means of remedying the position

    7. As for adopting the ways which the State has provided for remedying the evil, I know not of such ways

    8. The countess, with her loving heart, felt that her children were being ruined, that it was not the count’s fault for he could not help being what he was—that (though he tried to hide it) he himself suffered from the consciousness of his own and his children’s ruin, and she tried to find means of remedying the position

    9. " What did she first dictate for remedying any complaint? The removal of all obstructions on her operations

    10. If, however, after a fair experiment, the powers vested in the Government shall be found incompetent to the attainment of the objects for which it was instituted, the constitution happily furnishes the means for remedying the evil by amendment, and I have no doubt that in such event on an appeal to the patriotism and good sense of the community it will be wisely applied

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