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Cultivation numa frase em (in ingles)

  1. Double cultivation of a man.
  2. Cultivation is comprised of the.
  3. Cultivation has well-nigh exterminated it.
  4. Domingo gave a new direction to cultivation.
  5. After sowing these seeds, cultivation must begin.

  6. Letras Humanasto foster the cultivation of letters.
  7. You see that he is not a man of cultivation, I said.
  8. These demons interfere with your cultivation and the.
  9. On the other hand, cultivation is the 'watering' of the.
  10. Tinelli, on the cultivation of the Mulberry, xxxii, 211.
  11. Double cultivation of a man and a woman is for collecting.
  12. We seemed to have fewer horses, but more land in cultivation.
  13. Leghorn hats, on the cultivation of the material for, xxii, 363.
  14. We have millions of unused brain-cells awaiting our cultivation.
  15. Such, however, notwithstanding, is the state of its cultivation.

  16. Cultivation of this clarity will improve your thinking performance.
  17. Since affection is the obstacle for cultivation and the only way to.
  18. Call it motivation or cultivation of motivation by spiritualization.
  19. These demons interfere with your cultivation and the wretched demons.
  20. Since Li Hongzhi hints that Male-Female Dual Cultivation will purify.
  21. The extension of improvement and cultivation tends to raise it directly.
  22. He had no leisure to attend to the cultivation and improvement of land.
  23. Cucumber cultivation later spread to Greece and Italy, and believed to.
  24. More State factories will be built, more land will be put into cultivation.
  25. I saw several sugar-canes, but wild, and, for want of cultivation, imperfect.

  26. And the great aim of education is the cultivation of the habit of abstraction.
  27. Nevertheless, Li Hongzhi declined it as the fetter to cultivation, the hamper.
  28. The planting of sugar and tobacco can afford the expense of slave cultivation.
  29. I have practiced some form of personal cultivation qigong most of my adult life.
  30. Their last words were typically stronger than their usual cultivation by a third.
  31. A new idea is the source for the general nature of creativity and its cultivation.
  32. Lima is still a center of cultivation, a city in which the Castilianlanguage and.
  33. It is otherwise when cultivation is extended over the greater part of the country.
  34. And for this faith, it is necessary to have ignorance and cultivation of credulence.
  35. Therefore the cultivation, collection, and further pharmacological exploration of C.
  36. The cultivation of tobacco, however, seems not to be so advantageous as that of sugar.
  37. There was some cultivation, small farms that raised grain, vegetables, fruit and animals.
  38. Their rents, however, have risen, and their cultivation has been improved since that time.
  39. On the other hand, cultivation is the ' watering' of the doctrine and the doctrine is the.
  40. The public, the farmer, the landlord, all suffer more or less by this degraded cultivation.
  41. And if this sentimentality is not relinquished, you will be unable to practise cultivation.
  42. Instead of the wealth, cultivation, and populousness of China and Indostan, he found, in St.
  43. Whether any kind of cultivation method, the core of the science of uniting the content is to.
  44. The freedom of exportation enables it to extend cultivation for the supply of foreign nations.
  45. His successful ones contribute to the improvement and better cultivation of the whole country.
  46. It would have been too great a discouragement to the cultivation of that plant in Great Britain.
  47. When the plant was spread across Asia, the farmers began using different methods for cultivation.
  48. Completely eliminating the evil is for Fa-rectification, and not a matter of personal cultivation.
  49. The durian fruit grows on trees, which begin to bear fruit after four or five years of cultivation.
  50. Both can afford the expense of slave cultivation but sugar can afford it still better than tobacco.
  51. That turned out to be a visit of a couple of the central spine decks dedicated to plant cultivation.
  52. The cultivation and improvement of France, however, is, upon the whole, inferior to that of England.
  53. In Virginia and Maryland, the cultivation of tobacco is preferred, as most profitable, to that of corn.
  54. This crisp Chinese vegetable is related to the Chinese cabbage and has similar cultivation requirements.
  55. The author felt a violent antipathy to the mother, who hadn't devoted wholeheartedly into the cultivation.
  56. The rights of property are inborn in man; without them the cultivation of land would present no interest.
  57. In Asia, this sort of land tax is said to interest the sovereign in the improvement and cultivation of land.
  58. They encourage the cultivation of the remote, which must always be the most extensive circle of the country.
  59. It had a wild and rocky appearance, but as I approached nearer I easily perceived the traces of cultivation.
  60. The cultivation of the imagination leads to the development of the ideal out of which your future will emerge.
  61. But the populousness of every country must be in proportion to the degree of its improvement and cultivation.
  62. They themselves care only for making money, and are as indifferent as the pauper to the cultivation of virtue.
  63. A harbor became prominent as I picked out the outlines of ships, houses, and even more evidence of cultivation.
  64. A bit of unlicensed cultivation in the forest was a trivial breach of the rules, regularly dealt with by a fine.
  65. In the community of cultivators, there is a cultivation practice called double cultivation of a man and a woman.
  66. Their eldest brother spent some time with them in the garden each day during the season of vegetable cultivation.
  67. The rest were similar; it was apparent that Wolfe had identified specific traits in them he felt needed cultivation.
  68. Taxes of so much a head upon the bondmen employed in cultivation, seem anciently to have been common all over Europe.
  69. Domingo has caused such a demand for sugar, that the cultivation of cotton in the British West Indies has ceased, 83;.
  70. Cultivation stopped half-way, the fruit rotted on the trees and the hundred--twenty-car trains remained on the sidings.
  71. But American farmers still had huge areas of land under cultivation for grain and they kept growing more and more of it.
  72. Who has laid out these layers of earth, one beside another, so that they would be suitable for cultivation and farming?
  73. Could black people build a city like that? I see no herds on the plain, no signs of cultivation, or people moving about.
  74. Though its cultivation, therefore, requires more labour, a much greater surplus remains after maintaining all that labour.
  75. Whatever cultivation and improvement could be carried on by means of such slaves, was properly carried on by their master.
  76. That is, I have made public all the principles of cultivation practice as well as the elements for completing cultivation.
  77. By the extension, besides, of cultivation, the unimproved wilds become insufficient to supply the demand for butcher's meat.
  78. The strange moon appears dedicated to the cultivation of crops and growth of the herbivores, as no buildings are in evidence.
  79. They would be enabled to keep their whole capitals, and even more than their whole capitals constantly employed in cultivation.
  80. The prohibition of exportation limits the improvement and cultivation of the country to what the supply of its own inhabitants require.
  81. Tell her what Heathcliff is: an unreclaimed creature, without refinement, without cultivation; an arid wilderness of furze and whinstone.
  82. Tell her what Heathcliff is: an unreclaimed creature, without refinement, without cultivation: an arid wilderness of furze and whinstone.
  83. Through its emphasis and cultivation of all three centers, qigong ensures maximum resilience when it comes to handling stress effectively.
  84. The numerous hands employed in the one species of cultivation necessarily encourage the other, by affording a ready market for its produce.
  85. If you drive them to the cultivation of corn for subsistence, they must necessarily abandon the cultivation of their most valuable staples.
  86. Blessed with a constant temperate climate, it is the region par excellence for the cultivation of the kiwi fruit in all of New Zealand.
  87. During the last fifteen years or so, this personal cultivation has grown into ever-increasing medical qigong training and clinical practice.
  88. The Menomonees have shown a wonderful spirit of thrift and enterprise the past year, putting 200 or more acres of new land under cultivation.
  89. To diminish the number of those who are capable of paying it, is surely a most unpromising expedient for encouraging the cultivation of corn.
  90. Their capital is always much less than what they could employ with great profit and advantage in the improvement and cultivation of their land.
  91. Cultivation Practice invented by Liu Guizhen, who believed that qigong is good to people's health and can serve as a method supporting medical.
  92. At the moment, we are depending on our tens of years of cultivation to hold upon our last breath of vital energy so we can take a last look at you.
  93. First, by affording a great and ready market for the rude produce of the country, they gave encouragement to its cultivation and further improvement.
  94. Such duties could only serve to discourage the increase of that surplus produce, and consequently the improvement and cultivation of their own land.
  95. The practitioners are busy with cultivation and have no time for household responsibilities, which have been on the shoulders of those members not.
  96. Without the assistance of some artificers, indeed, the cultivation of land cannot be carried on, but with great inconveniency and continual interruption.
  97. Suppose patents are obtained for valuable improvements relative to these articles, either in the instruments of cultivation or of preparation for market.
  98. The cultivation of mulberry trees, and the breeding of silk-woms, seem not to have been common in the northern parts of Italy before the sixteenth century.
  99. In the countries where the personal taille takes place, the farmer is commonly assessed in proportion to the stock which he appears to employ in cultivation.
  100. It was his interest in horses that had taken him there, and since then, he has also worked with the construction of cultivation tools to be pulled by horses.

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