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  1. They stir the heart as heretofore.
  2. Problems which have heretofore been worries to you.
  3. There had, heretofore, been but ten cutters employed.
  4. She decided to investigate the heretofore seemingly.
  5. The practice heretofore was against the course now pursued.

  6. Take the same position as heretofore and visualize a Battleship.
  7. Heretofore she had been careless of public opinion, careless and a little.
  8. She knows, too well, your conduct heretofore, to believe you are in earnest.
  9. This book explains things that heretofore were considered to be inexplicable.
  10. Heretofore it had only been advocated as a means for the protection of commerce.
  11. The Count of the Redlands had not heretofore been famed for his keen mental edge.
  12. He began to see that each new vantage introduced heretofore unimaginable horizons.
  13. This week go to the same room, take the same chair, and the same position as heretofore.
  14. I consider the bill merely as a substitute for the volunteer system heretofore pursued.
  15. It was the same town as heretofore; but the same minister returned not from the forest.

  16. Perhaps the reader has heretofore had no familiarity with the Gospel that Jesus Christ.
  17. Practically, it means the unfolding of a new world heretofore unperceived in the confusion of a.
  18. Heretofore all my magisterial undertakings and concerns had thriven in a very satisfactory manner.
  19. He presumed that they approved equally also of the same offer heretofore made to the Court of London.
  20. She knows, too well, that you have been, heretofore, prodigal in words, and parsimonious in spirited action.
  21. When they spoke, it was with conviction and a confidence neither had heretofore practiced with any duration.
  22. Heretofore she had resented it but now, after the first shock at her own transparency, miraculously made easy.
  23. And the fourth thing is, that I have ascertained the source of the river Guadiana, heretofore unknown to mankind.
  24. Untethering myself from the rigid formalism of the evening news would, I believed, open up heretofore unseen vistas.
  25. The whole doctrine of protection heretofore relied on, and still recommended by the gentleman from Connecticut, (Mr.

  26. He was as indifferent as heretofore to money matters, but now he felt certain of what ought and what ought not to be done.
  27. Heretofore she had not cared very much how she looked but now that she would see Ashley within the hour she cared greatly.
  28. Clearly, his chief weakness as a novelist heretofore had been his inability to keep pace with the complexity of real life.
  29. He was the same man, or rather the development of the same man, whom we have heretofore seen as assistant attorney at Marseilles.
  30. In all that has been related heretofore, the reader has, doubtless, been no less prompt than Thenardier to recognize Jean Valjean.
  31. Women who had heretofore believed that no woman Even the strictest old ladies felt that a man who could discuss the ailments and.
  32. And the more he did so, the more he came to realise the new world of Lisa’s spiritual ambitions, quite unknown to him heretofore.
  33. It proved not difficult to re-establish the intimacy of the two companions, on the same footing and in the same degree as heretofore.
  34. Evans spent six years scouring newly uncovered documents (Venona files, FBI records, informants’ testimony, and heretofore secured.
  35. France had heretofore supposed she possessed a party in this country, but there was not a man of sense in the country who believed it.
  36. Eugenie, as in former days, was the central figure of the picture; and Charles, as heretofore, would still have been the sovereign of all.
  37. And mingled with her frenzied desire to be free of Charles and safely spite their faces but heretofore it had been only a figure of speech.
  38. Be comforted! But, within myself, I shall always be, towards you, what I am now, though outwardly I shall be what you have heretofore seen me.
  39. Little by little the memory of this reprimand grew fainter, and he continued, as heretofore, to give anodyne consultations in his back-parlour.
  40. The Danes heretofore burned London, Paris, and other great cities—they are now controlled by France, and they have had their Copenhagen defeat.
  41. The right to confiscate vessels bound to a blockaded port, has been unreasonably extended to cases not coming within the rule, as heretofore adopted.
  42. Does France purchase your tobacco or cotton, which heretofore have found a market there? She has never been a purchaser of provisions or breadstuffs.
  43. I communicate to Congress certain documents, being a continuation of those heretofore laid before them on the subject of our affairs with Great Britain.
  44. Internal strifes cease only in proportion as the pressure of the power is exerted upon individuals who heretofore have been warring against one another.
  45. It houses a spell heretofore unique to that race’s constructions; an Addressable Permanent Translocation Plane, or Plane door in conversational terms.
  46. We throw open our ports and admit the thousand ships of Britain, without opening our eyes to the consequences which have heretofore resulted from so doing.
  47. What have been the propositions heretofore made by our Government to Great Britain upon this subject? I find, by a recurrence to the correspondence of Messrs.
  48. Our plan heretofore has been to listen to these calls and answer them if possible, believing that he who gives the commission will not fail to supply the means.
  49. Men have, heretofore, generally used the word “God” to indicate this Universal, creative principle; but the word “God” does not convey the right meaning.
  50. The form of comparison herein presented has never, to my knowledge, been heretofore made, and the results are as surprising as they are important and interesting.
  51. For the love of Heaven, of justice, of generosity, of the honour of your noble name, I supplicate you, Monsieur heretofore the Marquis, to succour and release me.
  52. Permit me to inquire, in the first place, how the object of the constitution may be attained? By pursuing the principle which has heretofore governed the Legislature.
  53. And Moses said unto the LORD, O my Lord, I am not eloquent, neither heretofore, nor since thou hast spoken unto thy servant: but I am slow of speech, and of a slow tongue.
  54. Several petitions having been presented, in addition to those heretofore stated, against the mode in which the late election in the State of Massachusetts was conducted—.
  55. The laws heretofore passed, designating the number of Representatives, had, at the same time, declared the ratio, and specified the number of Representatives of each State.
  56. The time has arrived when man has learned the secrets of mastery and the way is being prepared for a new social order, more wonderful than anything ever heretofore dreamed of.
  57. Macon said it appeared the House was now in a situation in which it had frequently been heretofore; that is, they take up a very small subject and make a very great one of it.
  58. Spiritual science has heretofore been the football of the uneducated, the superstitious, the mystical, but men are now interested in definite methods and demonstrated facts only.
  59. Instructions, when heretofore given to Senators, have generally been in accordance with the sentiments of the Senators, and only given to add the greater weight to their opinions.
  60. How much of him was saint, how much mortal, I could not heretofore tell: but revelations were being made in this conference: the analysis of his nature was proceeding before my eyes.
  61. Erskine's restricted authority, is to give to language a signification different from that heretofore received, and to exert a strength of imagination to which I have no pretensions.
  62. Heretofore we complained of the injustice of belligerents, and now that we are engaged in war, and that too for neutral rights and free trade, we are about to practise similar abuses.
  63. From that moment forth, he noticed that Cosette, who had always heretofore asked to remain at home, saying: "Father, I enjoy myself more here with you," now was always asking to go out.
  64. He knows no one at the day camp’s going to pick up; the aftercare program’s start and end times, heretofore so hard to remember, are now emblazoned in neon across his frontal lobe.
  65. The extent, duration, and character of the injuries received; the failure of those peaceful means heretofore resorted to for the redress of our wrongs, is my proof that it is necessary.
  66. Would to Heaven, sir, such a resolution had not been brought forward! It is unworthy of us—unworthy of the political professions we heretofore made, even those made at our last session.
  67. And when he ceases to think them honourable and natural as heretofore, and he fails to discover the true, can he be expected to pursue any life other than that which flatters his desires?
  68. This difficulty is also increased, by the circumstance that, in Louisiana, our newly-acquired territory, longitude has heretofore been reckoned from Paris the capital of the French Empire.
  69. Resolved, That $30,000, in addition to the sums heretofore appropriated, and reimbursable by the same fund, shall be appropriated for making the road leading from Cumberland to Brownsville.
  70. The whole tribe of decorous personages, who had never heretofore been seen with a single hair of their heads awry, would start into public view, with the disorder of a nightmare in their aspects.
  71. As they shared the intense explosion of that torrential whirlwind spinning in their midst, Joseph laughed wildly: as if some heretofore subdued dimension of his identity had been utterly liberated.
  72. The gentleman gilds the pill he would give us; but it is a slow poison that would creep upon us, and bring on a distemper heretofore unknown to us, that sooner or later would carry us to the grave.
  73. As respects the Canadas, I have heretofore understood that their reduction might be a consequence of the war, but never until now did I know that it was to be shifted into a cause for carrying it on.
  74. He remarked that the counting-house calculation of pounds, shillings, and pence, heretofore imputed as a fault to the merchants, seemed to have been transferred to the planters of cotton and tobacco.
  75. He fetched more pieces of pipe with other odd bits and then pulled away some boards laying on the ground, heretofore unnoticed by anyone, which revealed a trench leading over to the side of the outhouse.
  76. It was only an ordinary act of duty well performed, and therefore he was not willing to distinguish it from those numerous acts which he trusted would be, as they had heretofore been performed, by the Executive.
  77. We shall therefore bring to light, among the known and published peculiarities, things which have not heretofore been known, about facts over which have passed the forgetfulness of some, and the death of others.
  78. Pitkin said he had heretofore stated that he had some objections to the bill, which he had intended to have stated to the House when the bill was capable of amendment, but that he had not an opportunity so to do.
  79. On a certain afternoon, which had, as will be seen hereafter, some coincidence with the events heretofore related, Laigle de Meaux was to be seen leaning in a sensual manner against the doorpost of the Cafe Musain.
  80. Viewing past experience as a lesson for the future, we can see that selecting railroad bonds on a depression basis would mean requiring a larger margin of safety in normal times than was heretofore considered necessary.
  81. Jefferson had met at this place, instead of Congress being opened as heretofore by the President in person and by a speech, a note in these words had been received by the Speaker, enclosing a Message from the President:.
  82. Fox is authorized to form a treaty, and obtained by him for the purpose, it must be viewed in a very favorable light; it seems clearly to put an end to further seizures, on the principle which has heretofore been in contestation.
  83. Circumstances with which you are in some degree acquainted, but which will be fully explained by the enclosed papers, have made it necessary to revoke the powers heretofore committed to General Matthews, and to commit them to you.
  84. The articles of their produce require a constant supply of our materials, some of them cannot be procured from any other part of the world; of the lumber received, we have heretofore furnished ninety-nine parts out of one hundred.
  85. By this order, the pretensions of England, heretofore disclaimed by every other power, to prohibit neutrals disposing of parts of their cargoes at different ports of the same enemy, is revived, and with vast accumulation of injury.
  86. The departments of Religious News, Literature, Sunday-school, Fine Arts, Science, Missions, School and College, Markets, Farm and Garden, Financial, and Insurance will, as heretofore, be contributed to by specialists in each branch.
  87. That was the kind of service which had heretofore been rendered by the messengers of David, but they were all absent on their last assignment as heralds of the resurrection to those groups of believers who dwelt remote from Jerusalem.
  88. And the melancholy brook would add this other tale to the mystery with which its little heart was already overburdened, and whereof it still kept up a murmuring babble, with not a whit more cheerfulness of tone than for ages heretofore.
  89. He blushed and grew pale in turn, and was about to speak, when Peter Gerasimovich, heretofore silent, evidently exasperated by the authoritative manner of the foreman, suddenly began to make the very objections Nekhludoff intended to make.
  90. And so, strange though they may appear to many, opposed as they undoubtedly are to the trend and tenor of our lives, and incompatible though they may prove with what I have heretofore thought and uttered, I have no choice but to accept them.
  91. Another opinion, equally groundless, prevails to a considerable extent; and that is, that these prairies have all been heretofore cultivated by the aborigines, and that the grass having overspread these plains, prevented the growth of trees on them.
  92. Dana congratulated the House that the only point of controversy now with gentlemen who had heretofore complained so loudly of Federalism, was, that in coming up to the mark of Federalism they should not do it with so much violence as to go beyond it.
  93. From this period, the British Government has gone on in a continued encroachment on the rights and interests of the United States, disregarding in its course, in many instances, obligations which have heretofore been held sacred by civilized nations.
  94. In England, though not exactly puzzling, what heretofore may have been difficult to fathom is the underlying power of belief that supporters have had of the most alarming and extensive drive to undermine and nationalize the elements of British democracy.
  95. This should be true, especially, after more definite standards of fairness in reorganization plans have come to be established, so that there will not be so much room as heretofore for protracted disputes between the different ranks of security holders.
  96. It will therefore readily be perceived, that in consequence of our disappointed expectations in that quarter, the northwestern frontier will be more exposed to the savage knife and tomahawk, at the opening of the approaching spring, than they have been heretofore.
  97. We have heretofore paid the highest price for every article; we have given double wages for labor; and instances might be mentioned, when the workmen were transported in stage coaches, at an enormous expense, from our large seaport towns to the navy yard of this city.
  98. Lacock moved to amend the bill by extending the naturalization of aliens to all those "who have heretofore or may within nine months hereafter, declare their intention agreeably to law to become citizens of the United States," and declaring that they may be admitted as such.
  99. In every instance in which a sum of money had heretofore been appropriated to encourage inventions, it had been for some object admitted to be of value, for something intended to be of use, and which, prior to making the appropriation in relation to it, had been, in a degree, examined.
  100. Reports of the Federal Trade Commission have recently supplied a wealth of information heretofore not available concerning utility operating and holding companies, and natural-gas and pipe-line companies, unearthed in an elaborate investigation extending over a period of about nine years.

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