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    1. However, not all study and learning is dependent upon the individual

    2. But though in many respects dependent upon the laws and policy, this proportion seems to be little affected by the riches or poverty of that society, by its advancing, stationary, or declining condition, but to remain the same, or very nearly the same, in all those different states

    3. Though they lived at a distance from his house, they were equally dependent upon him as his retainers who lived in it

    4. The occupiers of land were in every respect as dependent upon the great proprietor as his retainers

    5. In a country where the surplus produce of a large estate must be consumed upon the estate itself, it will frequently be more convenient for the proprietor, that part of it be consumed at a distance from his own house, provided they who consume it are as dependent upon him as either his retainers or his menial servants

    6. A tenant at will, who possesses land sufficient to maintain his family for little more than a quit-rent, is as dependent upon the proprietor as any servant or retainer whatever, and must obey him with as little reserve

    7. Though in some measure obliged to them all, therefore, he is not absolutely dependent upon any one of them

    8. Even a tenant at will, who pays the full value of the land, is not altogether dependent upon the landlord

    9. In case of any of those accidents to which no trade is more liable than theirs, they would find in their ordinary customer, the wealthy corn merchant, a person who had both an interest to support them, and the ability to do it ; and they would not, as at present, be entirely dependent upon the forbearance of their landlord, or the mercy of his steward

    10. Nonattachment is a way of living wherein you actively engage in life, but your happiness is not dependent upon the result of what you do

    11. When happiness is dependent upon the satisfaction of desire, you cannot experience the happiness that is natural to you

    12. Though the produce of his estate may be sufficient to maintain, and may, perhaps, actually maintain, more than a thousand people, yet, as those people pay for every thing which they get from him, as he gives scarce any thing to any body but in exchange for an equivalent, there is scarce anybody who considers himself as entirely dependent upon him, and his authority extends only over a few menial servants

    13. The members of the committee of nine being all merchants, and the governors and factors in their different forts and settlements being all dependent upon them, it is not unlikely that the latter might have given peculiar attention to the consignments and commissions of the former, which would establish a real monopoly

    14. They then discovered their very lives were dependent upon the brother they had sold

    15. Each detachment was not only independent of the sovereign of the country in which it was quartered, and by which it was maintained, but dependent upon a foreign sovereign, who could at any time turn its arms against the sovereign of that particular country, and support them by the arms of all the other detachments

    16. The tenants of the clergy were, like those of the great barons, almost all tenants at will, entirely dependent upon their immediate lords, and, therefore, liable to be called out at pleasure, in order to fight in any quarrel in which the clergy might think proper to engage them

    17. Others, without acquiring the property, obtained leases for terms of years, of the lands which they occupied under their lord, and thus became less dependent upon him

    18. who are dependent upon government, who believe that they are victims, who believe the government has a responsibility to care for them

    19. The consequence of this is that many young adults are reaching puberty without the leadership tools required to take charge over their own mind, which has been dependent upon their parents since birth

    20. When people are dependent upon charity or debt or government they are proving to themselves and others that they are not earning enough to provide for their own needs or for that of their family

    21. like relations where the part was dependent upon and connected to the whole

    22. We can speculate and dream about ―renewables‖ but right now the reality is that we are totally dependent upon oil for our transportation

    23. The reason we are dependent upon foreign countries for oil is because of our government

    24. our perception is dependent upon both an object and the context of that object

    25. perception established under those conditions would still be dependent upon the perceiver and

    26. dependent upon the object and the relations of the object to other things in the world

    27. always dependent upon other objects in the world, and that the ideal appearance is an act of

    28. That would have spelled ruin for a non-profit lab almost wholly dependent upon the USG for its existence from the end of WWII to the present

    29. Whereas the attentional rest mass of an object is often slow to change, dependent upon learning, experience, and time—with the not-able exception of trauma—the receptivity of a source grows with the in-

    30. to persist at that value whereas attentional directedness fluctuates quite rapidly, dependent upon the other objects in the attentional field and

    31. that each is dependent upon the other, and although Einstein’s equations are only structural boundaries on how space and matter may simultaneously be, they open us to the idea that matter and space continuously sustain each other

    32. other, in that one thought often ‘leads to’ another thought, and that this leading-to is not directly dependent upon the attentional mass of the

    33. role in materialism apart from its relation to antitupia and modern interaction, which we have taken to be dependent upon directedness and the

    34. We are accustomed to believing that statements, such as ‘the crabapple tree in my backyard,’ refers-to or represents an object in the world; but the most we may say is that the statement is also recognized as a theory about the world, a theory associated with particular beliefs and expectations dependent upon the individual recognizing the statement

    35. Of course illusion will no longer be illusionary once you see this—taking us back to illusion being dependent upon our history of transitioning judgments and theoret-

    36. They are indeed dependent upon one another for

    37. love and serenity supposed to happen if one is dependent upon the

    38. “She is, but her Candidacy is dependent upon his

    39. dependent upon physical labor and those that do much of the

    40. And that means we are dependent upon His

    41. Other equipment such as tents or hammocks are optional and dependent upon how much you want to carry

    42. Check on the internet and with doctors to find out what you will need, dependent upon where you are going next

    43. show a life dependent upon God, or a life that was self sufficient and ignored God?

    44. but to remain dependent upon others and to submit ourselves to others, or to

    45. What I'm saying is, don't become dependent upon him and think he's the answer to your prayers—don't make another mistake

    46. For once you have a chance of finding an audience for your work without being dependent upon the old structures

    47. civilization is very fragile, not only your civilization but those creations that are dependent upon

    48. dependent upon you, from expressing His goodness and the wealth of His providential care

    49. If we are withdrawn from God that is something total y dependent upon

    50. It is true that one's success is always dependent upon others

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