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1. There are rules that govern.
2. It is ready to rule and govern.
3. His choice does not govern yours.
4. Even if I had wanted to govern.
5. It is the towns which govern a land.
6. Each region is welcome to self govern.
7. How do you govern something like that?

8. It is an attachment to govern his whole life.
9. Nowadays it was not so easy to govern Sulaco.
10. We govern because our breeding gives us the.
11. I am staying here, and I will govern this colony.
12. No man has an inalienable right to govern others.
13. In summary, the signaling modes that govern com-.
14. Universe has laws that govern what we think and say.
15. I do not believe in rigid rules that govern trading.
16. Clearly Ralph did not intend to govern by consensus.
17. OUT TO GOVERN THE ISLAND, TOGETHER WITH OTHER WELL-.
18. Govern by the Universal Laws of Life and public vote.
19. GOVERN THE ISLAND, TOGETHER WITH OTHER WELL-CONSIDERED.
20. Vepar: His office is to govern the Waters, and to guide.
21. The calm man, having learned how to govern himself, knows.
22. These rules govern our actions and are punishable by death.
23. There are some rules that govern contributions to a Roth IRA.
24. It is the stars, / The stars above us, govern our conditions.
25. The NEXT ARE THE laws that govern the sheer ferocity of power.
26. His beliefs and notions arise from the head and govern his life.
27. They could govern the Occident because they did govern themselves.
28. The copyright laws of the place where you are located also govern.
29. How effectively Republicans will govern remains to be seen, however.
30. Article 4 also has a clause giving Congress the power to govern U.
31. Identifying and tracking the key variables that govern cutting speeds.
32. In reality, there are many rules that govern the cases of water hazards.
33. We instead imagine them as regional physical laws that govern the flow.
34. Why? I must understand the processes that govern its behavior, but why.
35. A handful of the most basic principles govern the motions of everything.
36. Of all the Roman provinces, none was more difficult to govern than Judea.
37. No man is good enough to govern another man without that other’s consent.
38. Scientists study what laws govern this phenomenon, but they remain a deep.
39. What this implies is that the rules that govern the use of language are.
40. God has created rules that govern the natural world, and the spiritual world.
41. You are aware of the new laws that govern those loyal to us, Tobin said.
42. He would govern the ship while I, Cory, and Willa, transported to the planet.
43. And there are various laws that govern teen employment across different states.
44. He said Iran should go back to its Islamic roots and govern itself by Islamic law.
45. I cannot think of anyone worse suited to govern this colony, Boris said softly.
46. You have little faith in me if you believe another man can so easily govern me.
47. Mankind in its need to govern to rule others has created these so-called laws of God.
48. This is a highly legal activity, with an organization built to govern its functioning.
49. None of the religions can make us noble to govern, they lack that air of self-denial.
50. And yet we give them more power than they deserve and permit them to govern our lives.
51. They can plan their operations how they want! Laws on what to enforce govern the Police.
52. The majority that should govern in a democracy is to be rendered passive and submissive.
53. The Czars govern with the consent of no one except the President and his immediate staff.
54. This view will mould and govern the way in which the world around a scientist is observed.
55. Knights of the Temple Lands—the corporate title of the prelates who govern the Temple Lands.
56. They would govern the world according to functions and the axioms their programmers gave them.
57. However, even on leave, we must obey the rules of conduct that govern service members on leave.
58. Gerrid could not surmise what they were currently being fed without an active AI to govern TIAR.
59. In fact, the Japanese had started to use local popular committees in order to govern the country.
60. Well, these populations now want to govern themselves and to be able to form their own countries.
61. Parliaments were sovereign (above the law since they were the law) in order to govern efficiently.
62. The right to govern became one of the greatest causes of the African-American struggle for equality.
63. Now God has created laws that govern the natural world and the spiritual world, and he upholds them.
64. The Divine setting of this planet is such that there are invisible laws which govern our daily lives.
65. The seven chakras are thus considered as centers of energies which govern different bodily functions).
66. I hear the Kisho Mining Belt isn’t such a bad place to govern this time of year, it's almost summer.
67. Portions of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, also known as the Williams Act, primarily govern here.
68. She was a member of the Prime Minister’s Cabinet of the last government to govern the State of Israel.
69. The conviction which is to govern conduct in a world of strong temptation must be thorough and profound.
70. So, there also must exist knowable rules that govern the existence and activity of souls, just as there.
71. They went out to evangelize but failed to disciple and equip indigenous leaders to govern their churches.
72. The alternative, critical theory asserts, is that will and not law should govern the acts of men and women.
73. If you look at Chart 3 (over the page), you will see the factors in life that tend to govern satisfaction.
74. Thus while survival instinct would govern the animal behavior, self-interest could rule the human conduct.
75. We should then be able to govern foreign nations, according to the arguments of gentlemen on the other side.
76. Georgia’s leaders had kept on battling for the state’s right to govern itself according to its own ideas.
77. Missions, done Biblically, empower leaders in other countries with the authority to govern their own churches.
78. And if you don't put them back soon there won't be anyone in the region left to govern when the storm settles.
79. For many, at the moment of purchase, critical judgment weakens and hope ascends to govern the decision process.
80. It is as much the duty of those who govern to avoid war as it is that of a captain of a ship to avoid shipwreck.
81. The legitimacy of the American Constitution is based squarely on the consent of the people whom it is to govern.
82. He had, after all, worked hard for the development of one of the most difficult states in the country to govern.
83. It was once govern by nycarman officials, but after the third Great War they left it to be run by the immigrants.
84. Being one of the heads of the family, he had to govern; and now he had to sit on the honor seat beside the driver.
85. I plan to form a coalition cabinet that will govern by consensus with the Congress, instead of working against it.
86. They say in my land that he can govern the storms in the Mountains of Shadow that stand upon the borders of Mordor.
87. Pierce a small hole in the base of a tin can for each liquid and fit a tapered stick into it to govern the flow (a).
88. Being an uplander you do not mark the passage of time underground as you did when you had the sun to govern your actions.
89. Uncommon sense dictates that Universal laws should govern, not the desires of a few, or even the greed or delusion of many.
90. Our body, mind and ego are a wave of that sea of force in action and do not govern it, but are governed and directed by it.
91. The law did not govern him; the board was removed from the oversight because that chore was expected of the superintendent.
92. Most have been unaware of the long Civil War that finally installed such a misbegotten triumvirate to govern in Washington.
93. The present government will step down at once and I will ask the Jushin22 to step in and to govern temporarily the country.
94. Rome made a great blunder, a far-reaching error in earthly affairs, when she sent the second-rate Pilate to govern Palestine.
95. We’ll govern our nations as we always have, and implementing the suggestions you’ve made already will take quite a while.
96. Of course, the same laws—to wit, the laws and usages of nations—were left reciprocally to govern in every reciprocal case.
97. Also, at the beginning of this work in Africa, the society planned to raise up indigenous leaders to govern the churches there.
98. Leave the right to govern churches to other leaders and empower many at home and abroad instead of seeking titles and buildings.
99. The Petrograd Soviet sat in the same building as the Provisional Government and claimed much the same right to govern the country.
100. Kings and emperors scarcely govern at all; they scarcely ever decide upon an internal reform or a new departure in foreign politics.
1. With the principals governing a.
2. He was concerned about governing.
3. Something about governing the West?
4. That’s the Chicago way of governing.
5. The governing comes from the assembly as a whole.
6. So, is the office of elder a governing position?
7. The Governing Council of the Cat Fancy (British).
8. If the Governing Council ever finds out….
9. Governing Meridian with the intention of releasing.
10. Governing his country had almost no interest to him.
11. Those in the altas regionesare the governing classes.
12. Looms in the mist, with brow elate and governing hand.
13. Because of the interconnections between the Governing.
14. This is the governing power in the nature of man, the.
15. Eldership is not an office in the sense of a governing.
16. The principle is different from that governing the stress-.
17. LAWS GOVERNING THE STERILITY OF FIRST CROSSES AND OF HYBRIDS.
18. Salary payable by the governing body, no bureaucrats involved.
19. The Governing Council were worried that our race was going to.
20. You will be removed from the Governing Council, Huss said.
21. Those two, Goragos and Gorana, were governing the Land of Gold.
22. And it is contrary to the laws of common sense governing language.
23. Ten Commandments that were never legislated by any governing body.
24. All beings are dominated by their governing property and act under.
25. Maybe this was why there were so many rules governing relationships.
26. How is the law governing success or prosperity placed in operation?
27. The meeting of the Institute’s Governing Council was in full swing.
28. The singularity Π0 I refer to at times as the governing singularity.
29. Among orthodox Jews, the law governing who is a Jew is much more strict.
30. Some say they are creatures born of the ground by the forces governing.
31. Polignac is a rioter; Camille Desmoulins is one of the governing powers.
32. The similarities between the theory governing the formation of the uni-.
33. The intelligence governing us transmits its appreciation through feelings.
34. This era of governing will fall by the side of those it attempts to control.
35. Evidently the folly of the princes has passed down to the governing classes.
36. Terms and conditions and other caveats governing credit facilities given by.
37. Rite: A prescribed form or manner governing the words or actions for a ceremony.
38. The scientists agreed to relay the concept to the planet’s governing council.
39. They merely seem separated by time because of the laws governing self definition.
40. But by August 6, 1974, he realized that Nixon was no longer capable of governing.
41. I read of men concerned in public affairs, governing or massacring their species.
42. Necessarily, the custodians or the governing body of this common property would be.
43. The domination of the Roman governing class found expression in the institution of.
44. In 1974, the governing Conservative Party lost the election in humiliating fashion.
45. There are rules governing your sig file which you will have to follow very carefully.
46. There’s no law governing what’s done to me? Tragus beats me daily without cause.
47. You didn’t have to look hard to see people governing with money and superstition.
48. This symbolizes that the wisdom She provides us are the central governing precepts of all.
49. It's different for every one, and the land itself as a rule reflects the governing emotion.
50. She is a member of the International Coaches Federation, the governing body for Life Coaching.
51. Banks and other financial institution do have governing officials that they have to answer to.
52. He wanted them to feel that they had talent, courage, and were capable of governing themselves.
53. If there be a single law governing the actions of men, free will cannot exist, for then man’s.
54. Civilized life had taken firm hold on them, and they were governing themselves with Christian laws.
55. I think that what we’re teaching and what we’re governing is something closer to God’s character.
56. Rachel hailed the defense system and asked for safe passage and an audience with the governing council.
57. There are many ways that the governing few silence or ignore the people they have been elected to serve.
58. This symbolizes that the wisdom She provides us are the central governing precepts of all servants of God.
59. However, when he suggested that David would be an asset on the Governing body, she didn’t turn him down.
60. To be able to rule and reign in humility will guarantee us a place of governing with Christ at His return.
61. In light of these blessings, I’ve decided to make a few personnel changes here amongst the governing body.
62. A prison described to man is self governing, designed to insure deprivation to go down in the dust with Him.
63. We will now consider a little more in detail the laws governing the sterility of first crosses and of hybrids.
64. The biggest risk with investing in Vietnam is the current political situation and the governing Communist party.
65. International Rules: rules governing navigation on the high seas established by agreement among maritime nations.
66. Unfortunately, the police force there is small, and its only concern is governing the lives of the people there.
67. Your Lord is God, who created the heavens and the earth in six days, then settled over the Throne, governing all things.
68. Even clubs and bars here were subject to this governing body’s rules, since they were all part of the tourist industry.
69. Stalin finally died in 1953 and the rest of the Soviet politburo (the Soviet governing committee) breathed a sigh of relief.
70. If there is any physical condition which it is necessary to change, the law governing visualization will be found effective.
71. If there be a single law governing the actions of men, free will cannot exist, for then man’s will is subject to that law.
72. Let's express the rule governing the proper use of the option of suicide: It is to be used only under extremes circumstances.
73. The working of ZTA’s parallel governing body was the top secret that remained buried within the hearts of top ZTA leaderships.
74. Switzerland was the governing voice of what remained of Europe, as it was the location of the European Coalition’s Headquarters.
75. He retained his position as chief of security for the entire organization and the Board of Twelve continued as the governing body.
76. Are you aware of the laws governing individuals who provide false information to newspapers? the attorney asked, threateningly.
77. There’s a spell governing this but I’m not sure if it’s Jasra’s or really old one that was put up to protect the borders.
78. Because I want to be a part of the ruling family, I want to be one of the governing prince's and eventually be the Finance Minister.
79. With the reelection campaign in full swing, Nixon knew that the main job was no longer governing but selling his case for reelection.
80. In accordance with the FIA, the international motorsports governing body, the car was randomly selected off the Saab production line.
81. In republican states they teach them the savage superstition of patriotism and the same pretended obedience to the governing authorities.
82. When the Sun rotates, the Sun’s centre k0forms the governing singularity giving the Earth in orbit k holds the controlling singularity.
83. As the 9th Runic Light which is yellow, Gebor exists in the Sphere of Creative Awareness, while governing the Sphere of the Unified Whole.
84. The people who possess the most extensive property in the dependant, will, in this case, generally chuse to live in the governing country.
85. The fact that our governing document has required so few adjustments in over two hundred years testifies to the brilliance of the founders.
86. He told of how his civilisation used their mastery of time travelling for the purposes of observation until the rules governing this changed.
87. A lack of understanding of the laws governing in the invisible world has the same result and many are suffering the consequences all the time.
88. If none of those nobles prove to be worthy of governing, then we will reserve the right to name someone competent at the head of that territory.
89. There was a whole set of codes governing the interaction of apartment-house neighbors: you stuck to small-talk and looked suspiciously on favors.
90. He first praised Roger for introducing in his book … a courageous president, George Bush, who, uniting his people and its social governing.
91. This new fashion enabled us to recognize the meaning of living by governing ourselves through the potentials of existing forms that we got hold of.
92. He could not deny the request without disobeying one of their father’s governing principles involving due diligence, so he nodded his agreement.
93. Submit to the government: Let everyone be subject to the governing authorities, for there is no authority except that which God has established.
94. They reasoned that the Roman rulers would not do such a thing secretly and without the knowledge of the highest governing body of the Jewish nation.
95. The latter also didn’t have a true marketing system, instead redistributing the little surpluses they had to the profit of their governing classes.
96. In 1979 he was appointed to the Politburo as a candidate member and received full membership in that most important governing body the following year.
97. But when a medium with the vast capacity of oil paint is being used, the principle of its governing the nature of the work is more often lost sight of.
98. The governing body was under attack again and Napoleon was approached by Seiyes, a member of the governing Directory, to implement a military overthrow.
99. Editor’s note: Due to extensive changes in the rules governing such transactions, the following document is presented here for historical purposes only.
100. Feared, more than respected, he was considered the Lord of Shadows and he acted with absolute impunity governing the creatures of the dark side of magic.
1. To be is to be governed.
2. It is governed by destiny.
3. France was governed by Paris.
4. All things are governed by it.
5. In the eastern zone, governed.
6. We are governed by another wisdom.
7. Men can't be governed by a memory.
8. And so, indeed, they are governed.
9. Your existence is governed by the.
10. Man should be governed only by science.
11. You are not governed by a supreme being.
12. So far I have governed myself thoroughly.
13. Rome was governed by ‘bread and circuses.
14. With the tides predictably governed by the.
15. Kingston, which was governed by strict rules.
16. Railroad reorganizations are governed by Sec.
17. The Hebrew God may have governed heaven and.
18. Consciousness is governed by money check list.
19. These periods are governed by the Septimal Law.
20. Fools and the dead are not governed by logic.
21. The real governed by the true, that is the goal.
22. It is governed by rules and bureaucracy gone mad.
23. Those who governed sought to maintain a status quo.
24. That was only to be expected with a state governed.
25. The speed of the ship will be governed accordingly.
26. Jerusalem is in the Province of Judea, governed by the.
27. In a country badly governed, wealth is something to be.
28. This world is governed by the rules of cause and effect.
29. You have learned that you are governed by your existing.
30. Conduct towards others should always be governed by the.
31. Since we are necessarily governed, when we choose to 693.
32. Notice that all of the bodily functions governed by HGH are.
33. The borders of every region, Ingrid, are governed by emotion.
34. Your future life is governed by a series of choices which you.
35. In addition, their behaviour is governed by how they think and.
36. Ties of this nature could not bind minds governed by superior.
37. Jennings was governed in it by an impulse of the utmost goodwill.
38. These laws are governed by laws of the universe; and in Judaic.
39. It is allowable only when it promotes the welfare of the governed.
40. It is necessary that we respect and be governed by divine authority.
41. The status of the married women is governed by the following Acts:-.
42. And we will test it on its own merits and be governed by the results.
43. In either belief the result is the same and the actions are governed.
44. The law governed every aspect of my life and, by law, we are married.
45. This existence is governed by the Holy Spirit and God which surrounds.
46. The passage from a human being governed by reactions to a human being.
47. As BRC is made of sand , it’s dimensions are always governed by sand.
48. Three passions have governed my life: The longings for love, the search.
49. Our behavior and decisions must be governed by the most probable outcomes.
50. Timing of entry and exit of trucks shall be strictly governed by the orders.
51. Relationship between the DPs and the depository is governed by an agreement.
52. Other houses were governed by a timid routine; theirs was somehow different.
53. It also kept them easily brainwashed, easily manipulated and easily governed.
54. It is the place where we are not longer governed by the things of this world.
55. We know that the rate of vibration is governed by the character of brain cells.
56. Both historic buildings and food can be governed by either preserve or conserve.
57. What all of this indicates is that such decisions or choices are governed by a.
58. They are wont to forget that the world is not governed by policy and expediency.
59. The lives of the Fortymille miners were governed by strict rules and regulations.
60. A condition that is mostly governed by the balanced dynamic of the laws of Nature.
61. Let me start by saying that yes in theory, the exchanges are governed by a highly.
62. She did not know this frantic, desperate woman who was governed by bodily pleasure.
63. Rafferty guessed that what the neighbours would say had largely governed their lives.
64. The end result is that people's lives are governed by abstraction and not actuality.
65. This island, whose surface area measures 1,625 square leagues, is governed by rajahs.
66. The vibratory activities of the planetary Universe are governed by a law of periodicity.
67. All games are governed either in abstentia by rules, or immanently by direct action, e.
68. What was the cause of this movement, by what laws was it governed? asks the mind of man.
69. These two Kings and two Queens governed Narnia well, and long and happy was their reign.
70. The original treaty was in the French language, and it is by that we are to be governed.
71. They can only be governed like a drove of cattle, by the shouts and lash of the herdsman.
72. The world is governed by the principle of self interest - What’s in this for me?
73. This chain of births and rebirths, called samsara, is governed by the principle of karma.
74. Therule is that if the form of one of two pronouns, or a noun anda pronoun, governed by.
75. Ah, my friend, nature has to be governed and guided, or we should be drowned in prejudices.
76. Since the last king was expelled in 509 BC Rome had been governed by groups of politicians.
77. The second noun ‘door’ (the action receiver) is the object governed by the verb ‘opens’.
78. But, a new marriage means that the marital property is governed by the laws of the new marriage.
79. And the stewards have governed the city since that day, though it was many generations of Men ago.
80. The world that a junkie lives in is one that is full of tactics that are not governed by civil law.
81. But this capacity, as in hybridisation, is by no means absolutely governed by systematic affinity.
82. And His will is governed only by infinite love for us, and so whatever befalls us is for our good.
83. So what He's essentially saying is that the world is governed by a certain principle that operates.
84. We may freely choose what we think, but the result of our thought is governed by an immutable law.
85. Rules and attitudes governed the actions of fiduciaries and the things they could and could not do.
86. There is, then, simply and always one question before us, 'How shall we be governed and by what?'.
87. His justice requires that He deal with how we've governed our life, and what we've done in our life.
88. You may freely choose what you think, but the result of your thought is governed by an immutable law.
89. So long as we are governed by interest, mutual wants, or common sense, so long shall we continue united.
90. That was an extraordinary war for an extraordinary purpose, and could not be governed by the usual rules.
91. The countries were governed through having most power (responsibility) in the hands of only a few people.
92. The mind is governed by laws of association, such as the law that ideas which enter the mind at the same.
93. The first thing I want you to realize is that all habits are governed consciously or unconsciously by the.
94. Together with about forty lesser barons, twenty-one bishops and a handful of others, they governed England.
95. There were men whose word of command swayed boards of directors, governed institutions, disposed of millions.
96. The market level of common stocks is governed more by their current earnings than by their long-term average.
97. Your cable installation may also be governed, in part, by the layout of the site and the local building codes.
98. It is now necessary that man, governed by his senses, should find in virtue a charm palpable to those senses.
99. On whose side are we? Were we? We are to be governed by people who have been on the receiving end of history.
100. There was another faction that actually wanted to carve out a governed land with a national boundary and laws.
1. It governs us in all.
2. The more Holy Spirit governs.
3. The intention governs the attention.
4. God governs choices under free-will.
5. It governs with the agreement of everyone.
6. That government is best that governs least.
7. He directly and actively governs His people.
8. The Universal Law of Dynamic Balance governs them.
9. Here the noun ‘key’ governs the verb ‘opens’.
10. That government is the best which governs the least.
11. My research into time and logic, the force that governs the.
12. When we speak of God, we refer to a nameless entity that governs.
13. This is the rule that governs all analogous cases in private life.
14. The law of nature that governs relations among animals pulls together.
15. Memorandum of association : Document which governs the association of a.
16. The accounting theory that governs depreciation charges is simple enough.
17. Any law that compromises - is as impotent as the power that governs over it.
18. The same law governs the construction of the mouths and limbs of crustaceans.
19. I want the passion that governs this region to be the strongest of them all.
20. There’s the financial framework that governs everything we buy, sell, and trade.
21. The object of hacer when it governs also an infinitive is dative when the infinitiveis.
22. Availability-of-information issues: Privacy governs; the buyer can seek to know what the seller knows.
23. For Corporatenism, the desire for profit perpetually governs energy investment, production and consumption.
24. It governs the life of individuals and of nations, and it dominates the activities of the commercial world.
25. Poor Lena really didn’t want this photo in the book, but Art Governs All (that’s a saying, right?).
26. Not a star, but a collection of conscious, for it is the thought that governs creation, a greater intelligence.
27. Humanity is a school founded and managed by the supreme intelligence that has made and governs the whole Universe.
28. The Seventh Amendment governs the majority of court cases in America, which are civil cases, not criminal cases.
29. We know that a higher rate of vibration governs, modifies, controls, changes, or destroys a lower rate of vibration.
30. Could there be a more obvious prelude to an engagement? She governs me now, and I tutor two little boys of our own.
31. The charge I give him is to be careful how he governs his vassals, bearing in mind that they are all loyal and well-born.
32. It is high time that the Party governs for the good of the people and not through the terror spread by its secret police.
33. A similar event in modern times such as the high lords in England signing the Magna Carta (which still governs England and its.
34. The role of a state that governs in the interest of the people provides liberty as protector from hindrances and access to enablement.
35. There is separate inspection meeting conducted, and the defects are discussed and moderator governs the meeting, a recorder records it.
36. But the Dynamic of Relative Equality: determines and governs the exact outcome of every new permutation and possibility in the Universe.
37. And I have come to recruit you as well! You must come with me, Marsellus! It is only a matter of time before Laurencia governs all of Morovia.
38. I heartily accept the motto,—"That government is best which governs least"; and I should like to see it acted up to more rapidly and systematically.
39. The Law of Sevens governs the days of the week, the phases of the moon, the harmonies of sound, light, heat, electricity, magnetism, atomic structure.
40. The two substantial sources of faith, the doctrine that governs life, and the explanation of the meaning of life, are regarded as of very unequal value.
41. The sacred law of Jesus Christ governs our civilization, but it does not, as yet, permeate it; it is said that slavery has disappeared from European civilization.
42. But for a few exceptions, and with the intention of making it look simple, we could say that a body of entities under a unified direction governs us human beings.
43. What is bad? What is good? What should one love and what hate? What does one live for? And what am I? What is life, and what is death? What power governs all?’.
44. What is bad? What is good? What should one love and what hate? What does one live for? And what am I? What is life, and what is death? What power governs all?
45. Remember that the law of growth necessarily governs every manifestation in the objective, so that a denial of unsatisfactory conditions will not bring about instant change.
46. He reasoned that the logic that governs pure thought is the dialectical method, which involves the notion that progress is the result of the conflict of opposites.
47. The difference between the genius of the British constitution, which protects and governs North America, and that of the mercantile company which oppresses and domineers in.
48. But in a square, the moment you leave the centre you are in one or other of the corners, and the filling of them governs the problem much more than in the case of other shapes.
49. The doctrine of Jesus, as a religion that governs the actions of men and explains to them the meaning of life, is now before the world just as it was eighteen hundred years ago.
50. According to the law that governs this tax credit (Worker, Homeownership, and Business Assistance Act of 2009), only first-time homebuyers are eligible for a tax credit capped at $8,000.
51. A force composed of earth and heaven results from humanity and governs it; this force is a worker of miracles; marvellous issues are no more difficult to it than extraordinary vicissitudes.
52. My Belief incorporates the views of all major religions on earth and believes that the supreme energy or point of origin is an intellectual being that governs the world with a sense of karma.
53. Carried out, it finally amounts to this, which also I believe,—"That government is best which governs not at all"; and when men are prepared for it, that will be the kind of government which they will have.
54. It does not occur to them that men cannot live without some theory of existence; that every human being lives according to some principle, and that this principle by which he governs his life is his religion.
55. You know nothing about the situation; you don’t know the destiny that governs this person; you don’t know if she has completed her studies in this world, or the reasons or circumstances she is operating in.
56. Brute democracies do not necessarily seek the collective's good, nor even the majority's, but the controlling class's interest: that attractor which governs their acquisition and utilization of the power to rule.
57. The IF is a very important condition in this case, as the intention governs the attention, and without the attention you can secure only the results which everyone else secures: That is a supply equal to the demand.
58. With us, all men live not only without truth, not only without the least desire to know truth, but with the firm conviction that, among all useless occupations, the most useless is the endeavor to find the truth that governs human life.
59. Notwithstanding the fact that he learned a great deal in the trip and that he had a great time as well, China is not a country that Roger desires to visit again, not even his favorite city, Wuxi, while the present regime governs the country.
60. And the great and glorious angel Michael is he who has authority over this people and governs them; for this is he who gave them the law into the hearts of believers: he accordingly superintends them to whom he gave it to see if they have kept the same.
61. The same principle which governs the general character of the inhabitants of oceanic islands, namely, the relation to the source whence colonists could have been most easily derived, together with their subsequent modification, is of the widest application throughout nature.
62. When you have summed up the total of atoms or electrons or whatever it is that goes to the making of the tissues and also the innumerable complex functions performed by the different parts, you have not yet got on the track of the individual that governs the whole performance.
63. If the writings of the apostles and evangelists are insufficient to decide this controversy, when handled 'not deceitfully,’ but according to the canon which governs the honest interpretation of all public documents, there is assuredly no reason for expecting satisfaction elsewhere.
64. The search for a different interpretation, or understanding of an alternate acceptable behavior pattern that will overcome their reservations, can take many forms but inevitably meets with opposition from those whose authority governs and preserves the traditional dogma, or understanding.
65. This seems to be the opposite of the entropy that governs all inorganic organization where concentrations of energy move toward an even distribution, whereas life seems to be a collector of energy, depositing and holding it within the various organic structures that make up the many forms of life.
66. Science calls some of these vicious cycles: General Principles… and has hoisted them above the one law of Relative Equality which actually governs the dynamics of the entire Universe… Simply because these general principles repeat themselves over and over generally… and can be easily recognized as being generally the same.
67. What is the name of the set of rules that govern us in the many games we participate in by choice, necessity or inescapability? At every level of collectivity, whenever there is a we, if that we is playing a game, then there is either a set of rules or a ruler(s) that governs how the game is played according both to its design and intention.
68. It is this last life-conception, and the Christian teaching which is based upon it and which governs our whole life and lies at the foundation of our whole activity, both the practical and the theoretical, that the men of so-called science, considering it in reference to its external signs only, recognize as something obsolete and meaningless for us.
69. I am told he governs like a gerfalcon, of which I am very glad, and my lord the duke, of course, also; and I am very thankful to heaven that I have not made a mistake in choosing him for that same government; for I would have Senora Teresa know that a good governor is hard to find in this world and may God make me as good as Sancho's way of governing.
70. While her destiny of a violent death could have led her into nurturing the Frankenstein Monster of a Saint Bhindranwale to politically browbeat the Akalis, proves the karma siddhaanta - governs destiny the actions of man, her insistence to retain her Sikh bodyguards in the aftermath of the ‘Operation Blue Star’, to set an example of a secular conviction and the personal courage, would prove the Western philosophy true that – man’s destiny is but his nature.
71. But with the judge it is otherwise; since he governs mind by mind; he ought not therefore to have been trained among vicious minds, and to have associated with them from youth upwards, and to have gone through the whole calendar of crime, only in order that he may quickly infer the crimes of others as he might their bodily diseases from his own self-consciousness; the honourable mind which is to form a healthy judgment should have had no experience or contamination of evil habits when young.
72. Whether it be God or a law of nature that governs the world and men, good or bad, the position of men in this world, so long as we know it has always been such that naked men,—without wool on their bodies, without holes in which to take refuge, without food which they might find in the field like Robinson Crusoe on his island,—are put into a position of continual and incessant struggle with nature in order to cover their bodies by making clothes for themselves, to protect themselves by a roof over their heads, and to earn food in order twice or thrice a day to satisfy their hunger and that of their children and their parents.
73. To this the page replied, As to Senor Sancho Panza's being a governor there is no doubt whatever; but whether it is an island or not that he governs, with that I have nothing to do; suffice it that it is a town of more than a thousand inhabitants; with regard to the acorns I may tell you my lady the duchess is so unpretending and unassuming that, not to speak of sending to beg for acorns from a peasant woman, she has been known to send to ask for the loan of a comb from one of her neighbours; for I would have your worships know that the ladies of Aragon, though they are just as illustrious, are not so punctilious and haughty as the Castilian ladies; they treat people with greater familiarity.

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