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    1. They will thrive any where the moisture, temperature and amount of food available falls within 1 tablespoon DE (garden grade) tolerable boundaries

    2. ask yourself if the reward exceeds the tolerable contentment of not having it

    3. tolerated and what honestly makes it more or less tolerable? When is the

    4. We spread a blanket and had a tolerable lunch, but I was

    5. to pretend that conditions were at all tolerable

    6. considerable exaggeration ), the great sums which they lend to private people, in countries where the rate of interest is higher than in their own, are circumstances which no doubt demonstrate the redundancy of their stock, or that it has increased beyond what they can employ with tolerable profit in the proper business of their own country; but they do not demonstrate that that business has decreased

    7. The lowest ordinary rate of interest must, in the same manner, be something more than sufficient to compensate the occasional losses to which lending, even with tolerable prudence, is exposed

    8. There is no man living, who, when in tolerable health and spirits, has not some

    9. The one has arisen from a mere accident, in which neither prudence nor policy either had or could have any share; the other, from the fall of the feudal system, and from the establishment of a government which afforded to industry the only encouragement which it requires, some tolerable security that it shall enjoy the fruits of its own labour

    10. "That makes it seem a little more tolerable

    11. When the public deliberates concerning any regulation of commerce or police, the proprietors of land never can mislead it, with a view to promote the interest of their own particular order ; at least, if they have any tolerable knowledge of that interest

    12. They are, indeed, too often defective in this tolerable knowledge

    13. In all countries where there is a tolerable security, every man of common understanding will endeavour to employ whatever stock he can command, in procuring either present enjoyment or future profit

    14. A man must be perfectly crazy, who, where there is a tolerable security, does not employ all the stock which he commands, whether it be his own, or borrowed of other people, in some one or other of those three ways

    15. First, by this attention they were enabled to make some tolerable judgment concerning the thriving or declining circumstances of their debtors, without being obliged to look out for any other evidence besides what their own books afforded them ; men being, for the most part, either regular or irregular in their repayments, according as their circumstances are either thriving or declining

    16. Our woollen manufacturers, in order to justify their demand of such extraordinary restrictions and regulations, confidently asserted, that English wool was of a peculiar quality, superior to that of any other country; that the wool of other countries could not, without some mixture of it, be wrought up into any tolerable manufacture; that fine cloth could not be made without it ; that England, therefore, if the exportation of it could be totally prevented, could monopolize to herself almost the whole woollen trade of the world; and thus, having no rivals, could sell at what price she pleased, and in a short time acquire the most incredible degree of wealth by the most advantageous balance of trade

    17. In these circumstances, there seem to be but two methods by which the state can make any tolerable provision for the public defence

    18. Men may live together in society with some tolerable degree of security, though there is no civil magistrate to protect them from the injustice of those passions

    19. If it is not kept in tolerable order, the navigation necessarily ceases altogether, and, along with it, the whole profit which they can make by the tolls

    20. Josh could survive perhaps a third longer using less oxygen, and at least his death from suffocation would be more tolerable

    21. Every man, too, is in some measure a statesman, and can form a tolerable judgment concerning the interest of the society, and the conduct of those who govern it

    22. Whereas to maintain, even in tolerable execution, the complex regulations of any modern militia, requires the continual and painful attention of government, without which they are constantly falling into total neglect and disuse

    23. The contrivers of the several taxes which in England have, at different times, been imposed upon houses, seem to have imagined that there was some great difficulty in ascertaining, with tolerable exactness, what was the real rent of every house

    24. But the whole amount of the capital stock which he possesses is almost always a secret, and can scarce ever be ascertained with tolerable exactness

    25. It would have been impossible to proportion, with tolerable exactness, the tax upon a shop to the extent of the trade carried on in it, without such an inquisition as would have been altogether insupportable in a free country

    26. It seems impossible, that the council, with the best intentions, can ever proportion, with tolerable exactness, either of these two assessments to the real abilities of the province or district upon which they are respectively laid

    27. The lunar surface filled the view-screen at an alarming rate, its illuminated face causing the image to fade to a tolerable level

    28. Only the cold kept the smell tolerable

    29. Mat 11:24 But I say unto you, That it shall be more tolerable for the land of Sodom in the day of judgment, than for thee

    30. By late summer he was speaking fairly decent Mongol and he assured me I was speaking tolerable Euskera

    31. 15 Most certainly I tell you it will be more tolerable for the land of Sodom and Gomorrah in the day of judgment than for that city

    32. 22 But I tell you it will be more tolerable for Tyre and Sidon on the day of judgment than for you

    33. 24 But I tell you that it will be more tolerable for the land of Sodom on the day of judgment than for you

    34. 12 I tell you it will be more tolerable in that day for Sodom than for that city

    35. 14 But it will be more tolerable for Tyre and Sidon in the judgment than for you

    36. Put neither gold nor silver nor brass in your purses; nor scriptures for your journey neither two coats neither shoes not even sticks because the workman is worthy of his food; and into whatever city or town you all shall enter enquire who is worthy in it and stay there until you leave from there; and when you come into a house salute it; and if the house be worthy let your peace come upon it but if it is not worthy let your peace return to you; and whoever shall not accept you nor hear your words when you depart from that house or city shake off the dust of your feet; Truly I say to you it shall be more tolerable for the land of Sodom and Gomorrah in the Day of Judgment than for that city

    37. Mark 6:10-11 In whatever place you enter into reside there until you leave that place; and whoever shall not accept you nor hear you when you leave shake off the dust from under your feet for a testimony against them; truly I say to you it will be more tolerable for Sodom and Gomorrah in the day of judgment than for that city

    38. Luke 10:2-24 The harvest truly is great but the labourers are few; pray therefore that the Lord of the harvest would send out labourers into his harvest; go your ways; notice that I send you out as lambs among wolves; carry neither purse nor scriptures nor shoes and salute no one on the way; and into whatever house you enter first say: Peace be to this house; and if the Son of Peace be there your peace shall rest upon it; if not it shall return to you again; and in the same house remain there eating and drinking such things as they give because the labourer is worthy of his hire; go not from house to house and into whatever city you enter and they accept you eat such things as are set before you and heal the sick who are there and say to them: “The Kingdom of God has come near to you” but into whatever city you enter and they do not accept you go your ways out into the streets of the same city and say: “we wipe off on you even the very dust of your city which sticks on us; regardless you be sure of this that the Kingdom of God has come near to you”; but I say to you that it shall be more tolerable in that day for Sodom than for that city; disaster to you Chorazin! disaster to you Bethsaida! because if the mighty works had been done in Tyre and Sidon which have been done in you they would have repented a great time ago sitting in sackcloth and ashes but it shall be more tolerable for Tyre and Sidon at the Judgment than for you; and you Capernaum who was exalted to Heaven shall be thrust down to Hell; he who hears you hears Me and he who despises you despises Me and he who despises Me despises Him who sent Me; And the seventy returned again with joy saying: Lord even the demons are subject to us through your name; I beheld Satan as lightning fall from Heaven

    39. And if indeed they themselves only aid such things it would be [the more] tolerable; but now they persist in imbuing innocent souls with their pernicious doctrines not knowing that they shall receive a double condemnation both they and those that hear them

    40. in both areas was dull, tolerable

    41. In the living area, the air was mildly tolerable and I was tempted to try a bite of sturgeon but ate only cornbread and mush

    42. The drive home from the movies was tolerable

    43. It is not yet tolerable to speak of personal loss

    44. symptoms to a tolerable level, unfortunately the side effects outweigh this

    45. But all of this would be tolerable if only I could send you a parcel

    46. I hope that your wounds will be tolerable tomorrow

    47. With a bellow of despair that opened a temporary gap in the seething morass of diseased bodies, I hurled myself and rucksack out an open window back to the slightly more tolerable insanity of the platform

    48. Oh, at first you hated it, but after a few weeks it became tolerable

    49. It shall indeed be more tolerable for Tyre and Sidon in the day of judgment

    50. “What is he? Mildly tolerable now?” Brenda joked

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    Synonymes pour "tolerable"

    adequate fair to middling passable tolerable mediocre ordinary middling reasonable fair acceptable