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    1. "Although they are both away from their principal partner," she pointed out

    2. descriptive for you as the principal events occurred when I was

    3. The 'magic wand' principal was all I knew about starship engines before I met you

    4. Proverb: 4:7: Wisdom is the principal thing; therefore get wisdom: and with all thy getting get understanding

    5. He didn’t have it yet, but sitting in the office waiting to speak to the principal, he knew he was going to get it

    6. Sniders had already given it to him, but he knew that students could get these things overturned if they said the right things to the principal

    7. The principal stuck her head out of her office, “Johnny Clunker, I will see you now

    8. Clunker, are you coming or not?” the principal asked again with an irritated voice as she stuck her head back out

    9. b) Compound interest on deposits, where interest is earned on the interest over the principal, calculated at quarterly, half-yearly or yearly period

    10. b) Non-refund of the principal on due date

    11. The principal one was teaching the Brazilians how to live without being celebrities and escape from the Kassikan

    12. His principal amount was down to just three grand and he was on target

    13. A set of steep steps led up to the principal passageway into the village

    14. 'Go on,' the principal said, as my pause for effect became too long

    15. 'Sit down Jitin sir,' the principal said

    16. visit, so I asked him to sit in this meeting,' the principal introduced

    17. A principal reason for the existence of the Alnwick market at all

    18. Davie is just setting out on his principal errand of the day and there are days when he hates his job

    19. Some of them went on to principal roles in West End shows, you know

    20. teachers and the principal

    21. Principal Hartman liked to call you at lunch so it would give him one more thing to

    22. I as principal can lessen the penalty, but since the two of you fail to cooperate or

    23. Principal Hartman ate as he drove to his castle, seeing the same skeleton

    24. Principal Hartman’s secretary called and said that he had made a

    25. Principal Hartman said was supposed to invoke thought

    26. The clock tower doors opened and out came principal Hartman with a

    27. in his eight years than any principal in the history of Collingston High and saw the

    28. ” The principal uttered the

    29. “None of you are going to pass,” the principal shouted in anger

    30. The principal took two small steps back and then charged

    31. Principal Greemore now sat at the helm, a level-headed man with two of

    32. Greemore had previously served as Principal of

    33. This was a reward for you initial prompt partial repayment, but the rest has remained unpaid for 18 weeks, so the interest and principal would be–” he paused while Mr White pulled out a black book from the briefcase on the table

    34. “No payment has been received since then leaving 18 weeks of interest at 12% compounded weekly plus the principal meaning that you now owe me $370,348

    35. How could he know this? Yes, that is all that we live in isn't it? The principal that one thing can be substituted for another that produces the same output

    36. In many great works, almost the whole labour of this kind is committed to some principal clerk

    37. The five following are the principal circumstances which, so far as I have been able to

    38. employments of labour and stock, can take place only in such as are the sole or principal

    39. The exclusive privileges of corporations are the principal means it makes use of for this

    40. the principal manufactures of the country, as well as all other artificers subservient to them,

    41. In an open country, too, of which the principal produce is corn, a well-inclosed piece of grass will frequently rent higher than any corn field in its neighbourhood

    42. Tobacco might be cultivated with advantage through the greater part of Europe ; but, in almost every part of Europe, it has become a principal subject of taxation ; and to collect a tax from every different farm in the country where this plant might happen to be cultivated, would be more difficult, it has been supposed, than to levy one upon its importation at the custom-house

    43. In Europe, corn is the principal produce of land, which serves immediately for human food

    44. Clothing and lodging, household furniture, and what is called equipage, are the principal objects of the greater part of those wants and fancies

    45. Their principal merit, however, arises from their beauty, which renders them peculiarly fit for the ornaments of dress and furniture

    46. Food not only constitutes the principal part of the riches of the world, but it is the abundance of food which gives the principal part of their value to many other sorts of riches

    47. Even though the world in general were improving, yet if, in the course of its improvements, new mines should be discovered, much more fertile than any which had been known before, though the demand for silver would necessarily increase, yet the supply might increase in so much a greater proportion, that the real price of that metal might gradually fall; that is, any given quantity, a pound weight of it, for example, might gradually purchase or command a smaller and a smaller quantity of labour, or exchange for a smaller and a smaller quantity of corn, the principal part of the subsistence of the labourer

    48. In every different stage of improvement, besides, the raising of equal quantities of corn in the same soil and climate, will, at an average, require nearly equal quantities of labour; or, what comes to the same thing, the price of nearly equal quantities; the continual increase of the productive powers of labour, in an improved state of cultivation, being more or less counterbalanced by the continual increasing price of cattle, the principal instruments of agriculture

    49. Corn, besides, or whatever else is the common and favourite vegetable food of the people, constitutes, in every civilized country, the principal part of the subsistence of the labourer

    50. The difference in their accounts of the populousness of several other principal towns of Chili and Peru is nearly the same ; and as there seems to be no reason to doubt of the good information of either, it marks an increase which is scarce inferior to that of the English colonies

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