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    1. Your husband hates you for being ugly and barren

    2. Also found here were the ingredients to help man grow food in the barren island soil

    3. John looks about at the barren and bleak countryside

    4. The barren land would not give to them unless they gave to her

    5. By giving it the richness of the ocean, the barren land would give untold food back in return

    6. The area is high desert terrain, barren hills and sandy, rocky soil

    7. "There's about ten miles to the east that's well settled, then spotty habitation for the next hundred miles, beyond that, it gets seriously barren

    8. John looks about the barren wasteland, waits for whatever is coming next

    9. brushed the primordial broth with a thought, dismissing this disappointing, barren

    10. feather to fall upon the barren rocks of our world

    11. Prophetic Dream: Dry, barren land stretches before me, somewhere in Somalia

    12. In dreaming of a peacock sky on some far distant world, Smith allowed a feather to fall upon the barren rocks of our world

    13. The tall straight trees cast deep shadows over the barren, brown surface of the ground

    14. barring holidays, sickness and those barren plateaus

    15. The place is a mess, covered in abandoned building material and rapidly shooting clumps of dock and nettle, which are spreading across the broken and barren ground

    16. The Barren, far across the sea to the south

    17. She’d no idea that there was a small community of people that lived out there, but after watching the sunset across the barren desert and doing a lot of thinking, she was about to leave when a strangely dressed man approaching the car, asking if she needed help

    18. In these days, God has for us a blessed inheritance, so that we should no longer be barren or unfruitful, but rather be filled with 81

    19. The fields were largely barren, and they regularly came

    20. Barren timber for building is of great value in a populous and well-cultivated country, and the land which produces it affords a considerable rent

    21. It affords a good rent ; and the landlord sometimes finds that he can scarce employ his best lands more advantageously than in growing barren timber, of which the greatness of the profit often compensates the lateness of the returns

    22. Upon the sea-coast of a well-improved country, indeed, if coals can conveniently be had for fuel, it may sometimes be cheaper to bring barren timber for building from less cultivated foreign countries than to raise it at home

    23. The value of the most barren land is not diminished by the neighbourhood of the most fertile

    24. The great number of people maintained by the fertile lands afford a market to many parts of the produce of the barren, which they could never have found among those whom their own produce could maintain

    25. "I have been since then," she said and it was the truth, "at least until this avatar came between us and left our bed barren

    26. some cases – had survived in such a barren, hostile

    27. My new master said the boy would’ve become his son, because his wife was barren, but now he decided that I was unlucky

    28. In the course of a century or two, it is possible that new mines may be discovered, more fertile than any that have ever yet been known ; and it is just equally possible, that the most fertile mine then known may be more barren than any that was wrought before the discovery of the mines of America

    29. From the high or low money price, either of goods in general, or of corn in particular, we can infer only, that the mines, which at that time happened to supply the commercial world with gold and silver, were fertile or barren, not that the country was rich or poor

    30. There are, indeed, a few manufactures, in which the necessary rise in the real price of the rude materials will more than compensate all the advantages which improvement can introduce into the execution of the work In carpenters' and joiners' work, and in the coarser sort of cabinet work, the necessary rise in the real price of barren timber, in consequence of the improvement of land, will more than compensate all the advantages which can be derived from the best machinery, the greatest dexterity, and the most proper division and distribution of work

    31. Come to think of it, Thea once mentioned that Theoton’s courtesan in town was beautiful, but barren

    32. barren hil , there are very many separated houses

    33. When they stop in later life, it’s no cause for joy, she told me, because women become old and barren at this time

    34. Mother must be one of those women who’d turned barren as she aged

    35. , Italy, according to Guicciardini, was cultivated not less in the most mountainous and barren parts of the country, than in the plainest and most fertile

    36. The further up the hill we got, the more barren the terrain

    37. Jeslin, as she admitted to Iylin during the week, had wanted a child of her own, and yet found many years before that she was barren

    38. represented as altogether barren and unproductive

    39. Artificers and manufacturers, in particular, whose industry, in the common apprehensions of men, increases so much the value of the rude produce of land, are in this system represented as a class of people altogether barren and unproductive

    40. It is, therefore, altogether a barren and unproductive expense

    41. Mercantile stock is equally barren and unproductive with manufacturing stock

    42. Some subsequent formularies represent the manner in which he supposes this distribution is made in different states of restraint and regulation ; in which, either the class of proprietors, or the barren and unproductive class, is more favoured than the class of cultivators ; and in which either the one or the other encroaches, more or less, upon the share which ought properly to belong to this productive class

    43. The capital error of this system, however, seems to lie in its representing the class of artificers, manufacturers, and merchants, as altogether barren and unproductive

    44. But, upon this account alone, the denomination of barren or unproductive should seem to be very improperly applied to it

    45. We should not call a marriage barren or unproductive, though it produced only a son and a daughter, to replace the father and mother, and though it did not increase the number of the human species, but only continued it as it was before

    46. The superior produce of the one class, however, does not, render the other barren or unproductive

    47. Now I’m stranded on a barren rock of a planet with, at best, dubious survival chances

    48. There are only barren rocks

    49. Barren as far as the eye could see, with a blue cloudless sky, sand dunes sharply etched on the horizon

    50. It looked out to the barren wasteland that lay behind the imposing Ruby Tower, and Raven strained his eyes

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    barren waste wasteland destitute devoid free innocent bare bleak desolate stark desert dry arid poor lean fruitless sterile childless unfruitful unproductive impotent unfertile uninteresting worthless stupid insipid useless