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Reap numa frase em (in ingles)

  1. We sow what we reap.
  2. As you sow, you reap.
  3. And stars I would reap.
  4. You reap what you sow.
  5. This book will reap the.

  6. We reap exactly what we sow.
  7. Without sowing we cannot reap.
  8. For we reap what we have sown.
  9. Whatever we sow, we will reap.
  10. To be connected and we will reap.
  11. What you have sown so shall you reap.
  12. So why couldn't he reap the rewards.
  13. A person must reap what he has sown.
  14. We cannot reap our health unless we.
  15. The rewards you reap will depend on you.

  16. Those who sow in tears shall reap in joy.
  17. Is there anything left, for me to reap?
  18. One has to reap the fruits of his karma.
  19. You will reap the rewards of your labour.
  20. I was about to reap the fruits of my labor.
  21. They could hire a car and drive to Siem Reap.
  22. I sent you to reap that whereon ye bestowed.
  23. It is our choice to sow what we need to reap.
  24. I sent you to reap that whereon ye bestowed no.
  25. You have to post regularly to reap the benefits.

  26. Let her reap the wages of the evil she has sown.
  27. We reap what we sow! The law of cause and effect.
  28. Praying to reap the harvest of seeds that's sown.
  29. And reap the rewards, this time, added Robin.
  30. If you dedicate your time and energy, you'll reap.
  31. A linear format would allow firms to reap the tax.
  32. When it comes to pole-planting, you reap what you.
  33. Pastors and full-time ministers will not reap the.
  34. They reap every one his corn in the field: and they.
  35. Sin brings consequences because we reap what we sow.
  36. Christ ethics stands on as you sow you shall reap.
  37. There is a time to reap and a time to sow, a time to.
  38. He may reap what he has sown, or God may choose to be.
  39. For he that soweth to his flesh shall of the flesh reap.
  40. In Ionia, farmers used manure from oxen and could reap.
  41. It is just that you take the risk, but reap the rewards.
  42. She tells you that the seeds you sow, you shall also reap.
  43. Those who trust in God and sow a seed may reap a harvest.
  44. So Ma and Jed are going to use magic to reap the harvest.
  45. Consider the ravens: They do not sow or reap, they have no.
  46. His whole being he devoted to reap the best goods of the land.
  47. Also Revelations come instructions to reap the harvest of God.
  48. That would reap us, the US beneficiary, five trillion dollars.
  49. Lee produced a map of Siem Reap and pin pointed Tighe’s house.
  50. For the one who sows to his own flesh will from the flesh reap.
  51. A generation of heroes without titles will reap a harvest in the.
  52. One of the roads went to Siem Reap and one led direct to Ta Prohm.
  53. Tighe then called the army barracks at Siem Reap and spoke to Tar.
  54. My Bible teaches that we will reap what we sow (2 Corinthians 9:6).
  55. Whatever you consistently sow, you will reap, so remember to sow.
  56. He promised people that they did not have to go to heaven to reap.
  57. What good seeds are you sowing now that will reap you a plentiful.
  58. I mow and she binds the sheaves, and sometimes we both of us reap.
  59. That those who please the sinful nature from that nature will reap.
  60. There is a grain of truth to Karma and in the end what you reap what.
  61. That of reward and punishment or that which you sow you will reap.
  62. You reap where you didn't sow; and gather where you haven't scattered.
  63. In the following verse we learn that what we sow that shall we also reap.
  64. You may one of these days reap the reward of your disinterested devotion.
  65. The devils have come, and they reap the souls forgotten by the dead gods.
  66. Siem Reap, said the girl in the office and it leaves in 5 minutes.
  67. You knew that I reap where I didn't sow and gather where I didn't scatter.
  68. It‘s been proven that what ever you sow in life, you will eventually reap.
  69. It is, however, important to stay with the program in order to reap its full.
  70. Helping others not only feels good – it could reap big health rewards too.
  71. He that soweth iniquity shall reap vanity: and the rod of his anger shall fail.
  72. We are here to sow, grow, and reap our love; and we should realise that fear.
  73. The more you seed the more you will reap, this is an inescapable law, who many.
  74. Missed a chance of success, is likely to reap more life experience and experience.
  75. With this cash they could start as soon as they wanted and then reap the benefits.
  76. But this I say, He which soweth sparingly shall reap also sparingly; and he which.
  77. Spock greeted the musician, who he’d previously met in Siem reap several years ago.
  78. So the rich could stimulate the economy and reap extra profit from their stimulation.
  79. You are sowing seeds into the lives of others, and you will reap a bountiful harvest.
  80. No soul knows what it will reap tomorrow, and no soul knows in what land it will die.
  81. For he who sows to his flesh will of the flesh reap corruption, but he who sows to the.
  82. Those who harbor thoughts of this kind must inevitably reap exactly what they have sown.
  83. The most common one is just the principle of sowing and reaping - what you sow, you reap.
  84. Nick had spent a boring time in Siem Reap, and stayed mostly in his hotel room watching TV.
  85. If I oppose the will of God, I shall reap the consequences in the deserved penalty of sin.
  86. Very often it may happen that we reap the fruits and produce a feeling in us to have more.
  87. It is the people beyond these thick walls who will reap the pain and fear of their presence.
  88. Very early in the process, you will reap the benefit of this new way of thinking and acting.
  89. It is very easy, where the judge is the principal person who can reap any benefit from them.
  90. As an open minded entity, reap the harvest of mysteries revealed-benefit yourself and others.
  91. And they passed as traitors of their parents and by their treachery did they not reap profit.
  92. Tighe left the citadel on 3rd June 1982 and set off to join an infantry battalion at Siem Reap.
  93. I talk a lot about sowing seeds of greatness in the lives of others to reap a bountiful harvest.
  94. Because the earth has been mistreated, those living on the earth will reap what they have sown.
  95. You need to be able to help them with this vision in order to make a sale and reap a good profit.
  96. Even if the business is dead, you can still reap investment gain because of the margin of safety.
  97. Meanwhile, others are listening; and we hope to reap our harvests even in the midst of the storm.
  98. As we grow stronger in love we reap happiness which is one of the most important parts of success.
  99. It takes faith to sow but even greater faith if you know you will not be there to reap the harvest.
  100. This is a very popular belief nowadays and is a modern way of expressing that you reap as you sow.
  1. Reaping the Fruit of Actions.
  2. The reaping girls approach and ply.
  3. Sowing and reaping will never 122.
  4. The State of Israel was reaping the.
  5. FIRST DEATH: REAPING THE HARVEST OF GOD.
  6. This is called reaping your own….
  7. In fact, I’m still reaping the consequences.
  8. Sharp Sickle–A tool for reaping and harvesting.
  9. Karma Is Never Wasted – Reaping Now and Later.
  10. Sickle, Sharp–A tool for reaping and harvesting.
  11. He was done with the reaping, done for good and all.
  12. The law of sowing and reaping is one of God’s most.
  13. The law of sowing and reaping ( karma as this important.
  14. Third World countries, and they're reaping the bulk of the.
  15. Learning to live by laws and reaping the unpleasant conse-.
  16. They’ll know that their sowing Is what they’ll be reaping.
  17. How’s that for taking a tiny risk and reaping giant rewards?
  18. I mean cheating on your diet…and reaping some unexpected benefits.
  19. One principle that is constant through every season is sowing and reaping.
  20. Being patient, persistent and consistent is the key to reaping the long-term.
  21. Many have often mistaken reaping consequences of sin, for God punishing them.
  22. Sowing and reaping are two different seasons that happen at different times and.
  23. Reaping means collecting the fruits of your labor and enjoying the benefits of it.
  24. Reaping what we sowed that of flowers, Osmaroan be in the markets and on the shelves.
  25. The guy minding the grim reaping machine had stopped and was eyeing us like more trash.
  26. And believe me, they are reaping the reward of their betrayal of the Bourbon cause.
  27. The most common one is just the principle of sowing and reaping - what you sow, you reap.
  28. Until the late 80's, Michael was reaping considerably more success than the band of his brothers.
  29. No one learns to read and education is reserved for cultivating crops and riding reaping machines.
  30. He has the sugar of his tea spread out on the window sill, and is reaping quite a harvest of flies.
  31. Regardless, they’re following Avienus’ lead and certainly appear to be enjoying the chaos they’re reaping.
  32. Others mock, doubt, ridicule, speak with irony and boastfulness, reaping nothing but the fruits of their doubt.
  33. Since we are the ones taking the hits for our service, we’ll now be the only one reaping the benefits from it.
  34. When the war was over, a plant crops with some certainty of reaping them! plantation could earn an honest living.
  35. The prisoners would help her escape, and she could still end up reaping all the glory from this remarkable phenomenon.
  36. To see or use a shopping cart in your dream indicates that you are reaping the rewards and benefits of your hard work.
  37. Corpoorate America – this is the term for the companies that complain about losing money while reaping huge profits –.
  38. She was busy helping the farms along the ridgeline in the reaping of their crops, and the farmers spoke of her in glowing terms.
  39. If a man were to offend another man by stealing his food or reaping havoc on his domicile the punishment would be swift and total.
  40. There is no winning The Game, with ever-increasing levels of difficulty, and reaping the victor's ever-escalating whorde of rewards.
  41. While you're reaping the wound-healing and skin-protecting benefits of eating more vitamin C, try smoothing some on your skin as well.
  42. It was harvest time and, in the North Field, the men were reaping tall stalks of rye while the women followed behind, binding the sheaves.
  43. The guy bucking the wheeled machine had no idea he was reaping Hearst's outcries, '29, or McCormick's eruptions in the Chicago Tribune, '32.
  44. Filling a pitcher with water, he grabbed the lemon at his side, then reached for the squeezer, intent on reaping the fruit for all it was worth.
  45. Field: Harvest or reaping of what has been sown; occasion that is presented to accomplish great things; the great deeds of God; the earth or world.
  46. The reaping and selling of the corn he left for the steward to manage in due season, and also the selling of the agricultural implements and useless buildings.
  47. Here it is, and we never can thank you enough for the patient sowing and reaping you have done, cried Jo, with the loving impetuosity which she never would outgrow.
  48. You may have heard about the baby formula incident so many years ago, but this time Nestlé was stealing water, bottling it and selling it in Michigan and reaping the profits.
  49. He clambered into his bunk and rolled himself well up in the blankets, and slumber gathered him forthwith, as a swathe of barley is folded into the arms of the reaping machine.
  50. Unfortunately, some of the additions were excavated with less care than others,’ she sent a baleful stare to Ishbel before continuing, ‘and we are now reaping the problems.
  51. When the unexpected happens, and we meet with difficulties, failures, and misfortune, we realize that we may be reaping what we have sown, and that we are wiping off a past debt.
  52. Nutritionally, there was no difference from a real tomato and a replicated one, but humans still had a strong connection to tending plants and reaping the benefits, and that connection is what made it nice.
  53. As a foreign species moving through ecosystems that were never designed to have us there in the first place: our hunter-gatherer tactics of reaping, and harvesting, and moving-on: had the effect of a scythe.
  54. He was as careful of the sowing and reaping of the peasants’ hay and corn as of his own, and few landowners had their crops sown and harvested so early and so well, or got so good a return, as did Nicholas.
  55. To steal someone’s Codex was to cut off access to the Library, and even under normal circumstances that would be a vile thing to do; now, with Wolfe’s class reaping a daily crop of failures, it was catastrophic.
  56. The third type of bankruptcy, in which the investor seeks control, is a polar opposite of a liquidation, in that the hope is to achieve profit from seizing control of a going concern rather than reaping the proceeds of the sale of its parts.
  57. She could not understand why he was so particularly animated and happy when, after getting up at daybreak and spending the whole morning in the fields or on the threshing floor, he returned from the sowing or mowing or reaping to have tea with her.
  58. And, not to be forgotten, former students should be surveyed periodically after graduation, when they’ve had a chance to reflect on their past and consider what they wish they would have done differently; reaping the benefit of experience and hindsight.
  59. Over the past several decades, global bond managers have made excess returns purchasing unhedged high-yielding bonds of developed nations with negative forward spreads, reaping advantage when the underlying currency fails to depreciate as much as forecast by the forward spread.
  60. The opposite was true in 2005–2007 when an ever growing number of endowments, pension funds, and sovereign wealth funds want(ed) to “be like Yale” and they had to compete with “long-horizon wannabes”—private equity funds and hedge funds—in reaping ever slimmer liquidity premia.
  61. Nathalia kept up with two, three, sometimes even four at a time, but her blades had been reduced to shields, darting in all directions to parry a multitude of blows while every second, a score of her companions were cleaved in half, cut down by the demons' blades as though the wolf helmed beings were reaping wheat.
  62. Nor does it at all diminish the curiousness of this matter, that to many thousands of our rural boys and young men born along its line, the probationary life of the Grand Canal furnishes the sole transition between quietly reaping in a Christian corn-field, and recklessly ploughing the waters of the most barbaric seas.
  63. I cannot remember ever going far from the village, my whole childhood was spent learning the skills of agriculture, ploughing, sowing, and reaping as my father had done and his father before him, I am quite large for my age, a head and shoulders above my friends of the same age, the hard labour being responsible for building both my muscles and my stamina.
  64. She is no reaper that sleeps out the noontide; at all times she is reaping and cutting down, as well the dry grass as the green; she never seems to chew, but bolts and swallows all that is put before her, for she has a canine appetite that is never satisfied; and though she has no belly, she shows she has a dropsy and is athirst to drink the lives of all that live, as one would drink a jug of cold water.
  65. In reviewing past times, we cannot but perceive that it has been the desire of the Government to avoid being involved in the war with which Europe has been so long desolated, and by dealing out justice to the belligerents, respectively, with an impartial hand, to preserve our neutrality, permitting our citizens peacefully to pursue their private avocations, reaping the rich harvest arising from our neutral commerce.
  66. In no particular order of importance, her reasons were (1) funerals are important religious services, as the living say good-bye to the departed, who by then are already in heaven reaping rewards; (2) there is an old and unshakable tradition that proper and well-raised people pay their respects to the family; (3) country folks are usually bored and looking for something to do; (4) everyone wants a crowd at his or her funeral, so you’d better play the game while you can; (5) there is always plenty of food.
  67. Every citizen, in one way or another, is expected to participate in a constructive manner that accrues to the mutual benefit of every citizen living in a free and open society; that each individual is obligated to lend his or her unqualified, excepting such conditions were that society has spiritually and morally corrupted itself, support in the cause of freedom; and that the general welfare of that society should take precedence over the private belief system of any individual who continues reaping the benefits of living in that society.
  68. You knew that I was a hard man taking up what I laid not down and reaping what I did not sow; therefore then you should have not given my money to the money exchangers that at my coming I might have required my own back with usury? And he said to those who stood by take the dollar from him and give it to him who has ten dollars; and they said to him: Lord he has ten dollars because I say to you that to everyone who has shall be given something; and from him who has nothing even what he has shall be taken away from him; but those my enemies who were not willing that I should reign over them bring them here and kill them in front of Me.
  69. His lord said to him: Well done you good and faithful servant you have been faithful over a few things I will make you ruler over many things you enter into the joy of your lord; Also he who had received two talents of gold came and said: Lord you gave to me two talents of gold; Note I have gained two other talents of gold besides those; His lord said to him: Well done good and faithful servant; you have been faithful over a few things I will make you ruler over many things; enter into the joy of your lord; Then he who had received the one talent of gold came and said: Lord I knew you that you are a hard man reaping where you have not sown and harvesting where you have not cultivated; and I was afraid and went and hid your talent of gold in the ground; see there you have what is yours! His lord answered and said to him: You wicked and lazy servant you knew that I reap where I did not sow and harvest where I have not cultivated therefore you should have placed my money with the money exchangers and then on my arrival I should have received my own back with usury; therefore take the talent of gold from him and give it to him who has ten talent of gold; because for everyone who has it shall be given and he shall have abundance but from him who has nothing even that which he has shall be taken away; and you will throw the unprofitable servant into outer darkness where there shall be weeping and grinding of teeth; When the Son of Man shall come in his glory and all the holy angels with him then shall he sit upon the throne of his glory; and before Him shall be gathered all nations; and He shall separate them one from another as a shepherd divides his sheep from the goats and He shall place the sheep on his right hand side but place the goats on the left; Then the King shall say to those on his right hand: You blessed by my Father come over; Inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world because I was hungry and you all gave Me food; I was thirsty and you all gave Me drink; I was a stranger and you took Me in; I was naked and you all clothed Me; I was sick and you all visited Me; I was in prison and you all came to Me; Then shall the righteous answer Him saying: Lord when did we see you hungry and fed you? Or thirsty and gave you drink? When did we see you a stranger and took you in? Or naked and clothed you? Or when did we see you sick or in prison and came to you? and the King shall answer and say to them: Truly I say to you in as much as you all have done it to one of the least of these my brothers you have done it for Me; Then he shall say also to those on the left hand depart from Me all you cursed ones into everlasting fire prepared for the Devil and his angels because I was an hungry and you all gave Me no food I was thirsty and you gave Me no drink: I was a stranger and you did not take Me in; I was naked and you all did not clothe Me; I was sick and in prison and you did not visit Me; Then they shall also answer Him saying: Lord when did we see you hungry or thirsty or a stranger or naked or sick or in prison and did not minister to you? Then He shall reply to them saying: Truly I say to you in as much as you did it not to one of the least of these ones you did not do it to Me and they shall go away into everlasting punishment but the righteous shall go into eternal life.
  1. December, Hastert reaped a $1.
  2. I wonder how much they have reaped.
  3. I reaped another reward from that sale.
  4. Once, when the harvest was reaped and.
  5. Isaac sowed in that land, and reaped in the.
  6. I, myself, have reaped the benefits of intercessory.
  7. Anyone who stood before him was reaped like the summer hay.
  8. Elsa was showing me that good behaviour reaped good benefits.
  9. We have reaped what we sowed but who will teach them a lesson.
  10. So the benefits shall be reaped at a faster rate that motivates.
  11. The nation of Israel sowed a cross and reaped thousands of crosses.
  12. She finally crapped out, but not before she reaped a handsome profit.
  13. Instead we have reaped Blood and Terror until the collapse of the Soviet Empire.
  14. When the grain ripened he came quickly with his sickle in his hand and reaped it.
  15. Churchill reaped from these publications was that they brought him to the attention.
  16. They asked him to invade, and he did and we reaped the benefits that they had hoped.
  17. It’s all interwoven and heavy, and has sunk beneath its weight; that must be reaped.
  18. Great Controversy The nation of Israel sowed a cross and reaped thousands of crosses.
  19. And he that sat on the cloud thrust in his sickle on the earth; and the earth was reaped.
  20. But you have reaped what you sowed, so let me tell you the truth; you have no home here.
  21. And he that sat upon the cloud thrust his sickle upon the earth; and the earth was reaped.
  22. It was a summing up of the hurt and destruction Jack had reaped on his luckless colleague.
  23. He said: you knew that I reaped where I haven't sown, and gather where I haven't scattered.
  24. And he that sat on the cloud thrust within his sickle upon the earth; and the earth was reaped.
  25. They were usually inane dreams that were thought up due to boredom and they seldom reaped results.
  26. Because the Nauparuna helped the new tribe create their glorious empire, they reaped great rewards.
  27. Your army reaped what it had sowed and nobody outside Japan will cry for your soldiers, I assure you.
  28. The first crop of our staple food, that will sustain us for six months before the second harvest is reaped.
  29. Over the next few years, Berkshire built up its position in this ailing insurer and reaped millions in profits.
  30. No, the wits here are not frail, and I have not reaped them, junked the chaff, to save the seed to use in Hell.
  31. The destruction of the city was complete, but it had reaped a bloody toll of life in the fight for its conquest.
  32. His trial had been swift and merciless, I was not told all the details save that he had reaped what he had sown.
  33. We offered our sensuality and passion and reaped glorious fulfillment and, in my case, short reprieves from my purgatory.
  34. However, there were some enterprising men who recognised an opportunity to capitalise and they reaped huge financial rewards.
  35. Emil has treasured this gift to the end, and of this talisman he has reaped a harvest— for talismanic it is, in truth, sir.
  36. Somewhere down the reverse pile of pyramidal wealth, somebody has to pay for the wealth that is reaped and accumulated at the top.
  37. An astute investor might have stepped in and purchased shares when they were at or near their lows and reaped the rewards later on.
  38. In particular they kept a lookout for pickpockets and swindlers, who simply swanned in the roulette salons, and reaped a rich harvest.
  39. Inevitably it would seem, some developed the ability to discern the direction from which it came, and they reaped an abundant advantage.
  40. Many people reaped the benefits of this fiasco, whether they were management of companies or consulting firms or the consultants themselves.
  41. Those who may not have acted on the negative alerts, unfortunately, reaped the consequences of their decision to hold the stock, as Figure 9.
  42. Yes, that is very true, but may I ask another question?--What do you consider to be the greatest blessing which you have reaped from your wealth?
  43. Though his service in the field of international studies has not all been peaches and cream, Roger has reaped many rewards and numerous personal benefits.
  44. The idea is that alpha is best reaped by well-motivated unconstrained managers using some combination of leverage, long–short investing, and derivatives.
  45. And then it was, that suddenly sweeping his sickle-shaped lower jaw beneath him, Moby Dick had reaped away Ahab's leg, as a mower a blade of grass in the field.
  46. There will be conflicts between those who lost loved ones in the bid to secure this planet and those who came later and reaped the benefits without such losses.
  47. In sum, a person's thoughts, words, and deeds return to them sooner or later – with astounding accuracy! Indeed whatever a person sows, that will also be reaped.
  48. The hostler at a roadside public house was holding a pail of water to refresh my horses, when a cart of very green oats, newly reaped, passed by, and he remarked:.
  49. The Cursillo movement soon spread all over the world, even among religions other than Catholicism, and reaped achievements beyond the founders’ dreams and expectations.
  50. Avatar (USA, 2009) – filmed and released in digital 3D – is the highest-grossing film of all time, having reaped an eye-popping $2,782,275,172 (£1,848,630,000) globally.
  51. But Putin reaped what Boris Yeltsin, his predecessor, has sown when he established an imperial presidency after what amounted to a coup d'etat in 1993 (the bombing of the Duma).
  52. What a harvest he would have reaped from the robbery of your merchantmen, had the embargo been raised, as was expected by the British Cabinet, at the commencement of the session.
  53. I have watched the fellow more than once before ever I thought of making his professional acquaintance, and I have been surprised at the harvest which he has reaped in a short time.
  54. Of personal adventures he said little, but laid stress upon the rich harvest reaped by Science in the observations of the wonderful beast, bird, insect, and plant life of the plateau.
  55. While Modi reaped the benefits of the media’s fascination in this election, we must not forget that the TV camera’s love affair with the Gandhi family was once perhaps almost as intense.
  56. The parts of this covenant that societies have honored they have reaped the benefits of, the parts that they have ignored or considered irrelevant they have had to learn anew the reason for their original inclusion in the whole.
  57. The great field at the foot of the escarpment had been reaped, but the straw had not yet been burned and lay in long pale rows upon the darker stubble, tenting over the bristling stalks and the weeds of harvest -- knotgrass and in the old moonlight.
  58. The present result is: they reaped the harvest of their own short sighted, imbalanced, antagonistic attitude towards forest fires… now they are faced with more and bigger forest fires… now they actually understand the dynamics of their past mistakes.
  59. So terrible was the visited that awful imprecation uttered before the judgment seat of Pilate: 'His blood be on us, and on our children Matthew 27:25' The Great Controversy, 1911, The nation of Israel sowed a cross and reaped thousands of crosses.
  60. The ostler at a roadside public-house was holding a pail of water to refresh my horses, when a cart of very green oats, newly reaped, passed by, and he remarked,—‘Yon’s frough Gimmerton, nah! They’re allas three wick’ after other folk wi’ ther harvest.
  61. He ate in the same open air; that is, his two only meals,—breakfast and dinner: supper he never touched; nor reaped his beard; which darkly grew all gnarled, as unearthed roots of trees blown over, which still grow idly on at naked base, though perished in the upper verdure.
  62. There then existed, in the vicinity of the barriers of Paris, a sort of poor meadows, which were almost confounded with the city, where grew in summer sickly grain, and which, in autumn, after the harvest had been gathered, presented the appearance, not of having been reaped, but peeled.
  63. By our dereliction of the ocean, the continent is much more deprived of the advantages of commerce than it would be possible for the British navy to effect, and by removing our competition, all the commerce of the continent which can be forced is wholly left to be reaped by Great Britain.
  64. As he went along he looked with pleasure at the year’s splendid crop of corn, scrutinized the strips of ryefield which here and there were already being reaped, made his calculations as to the sowing and the harvest, and asked himself whether he had not forgotten any of the prince’s orders.
  65. Several tens of thousands of the slain lay in diverse postures and various uniforms on the fields and meadows belonging to the Davydov family and to the crown serfs- those fields and meadows where for hundreds of years the peasants of Borodino, Gorki, Shevardino, and Semenovsk had reaped their harvests and pastured their cattle.
  66. Several tens of thousands of the slain lay in diverse postures and various uniforms on the fields and meadows belonging to the Davýdov family and to the crown serfs—those fields and meadows where for hundreds of years the peasants of Borodinó, Górki, Shevárdino, and Semënovsk had reaped their harvests and pastured their cattle.
  67. Can you tell me how the Indian fakir can make himself to die and have been buried, and his grave sealed and corn sowed on it, and the corn reaped and be cut and sown and reaped and cut again, and then men come and take away the unbroken seal and that there lie the Indian fakir, not dead, but that rise up and walk amongst them as before?
  68. Through me they engaged or dismissed their servants; through my hands passed the accounts and returns of what was sown and reaped; the oil-mills, the wine-presses, the count of the flocks and herds, the beehives, all in short that a rich farmer like my father has or can have, I had under my care, and I acted as steward and mistress with an.
  69. Edmond preserved the most admirable self-command, not suffering the faintest indication of a smile to escape him at the enumeration of all the benefits he would have reaped had he been able to quit the island; but as The Young Amelia had merely come to Monte Cristo to fetch him away, he embarked that same evening, and proceeded with the captain to Leghorn.
  70. But the next note, changed to pay for providing a dinner for their relations, that cost twenty-eight roubles, though it did excite in Levin the reflection that twenty-eight roubles meant nine measures of oats, which men would with groans and sweat have reaped and bound and thrashed and winnowed and sifted and sown,—this next one he parted with more easily.
  71. In a town that had chafed under the tricks of the gypsies there was no future for those ambulatory acrobats of commerce who with equal effrontery offered a whistling kettle and a daily regime that would assure the salvation of the soul on the seventh day; but from those who let themselves be convinced out of fatigue and the ones who were always unwary, they reaped stupendous benefits.
  72. Posterity, therefore, or I am far mistaken, will not be angered at my plain dealing with regard to the small motives of private advantage of which I have made mention, since it has been my endeavour to show and to acknowledge, that there is a reforming spirit abroad among men, and that really the world is gradually growing better—slowly I allow; but still it is growing better, and the main profit of the improvement will be reaped by those who are ordained to come after us.
  73. I looked about me in Wall Street; in my mind’s eye I saw the great rascals of “high finance,” their respectability stripped from them, saw them gathering in the spoils which their cleverly trained agents, commercial and political and legal, filched with light fingers from the pockets of the crowd, saw the crowd looking up to these trainers and employers of pickpockets, hailing them “captains of industry”! They reaped only where and what others had sown; they touched industry only to plunder and to blight it; they organized it only that its profits might go to those who did not toil and who despised those who did.
  74. Once again, as is sown so is reaped at last,.
  1. As he sows so he reaps.
  2. And a joyful giver reaps what he sows.
  3. The woman finally reaps what she has sown!.
  4. He says, He who renounces reaps a thousandfold.
  5. It's in winter as hundertakers reaps their 'arvest.
  6. If he thinks destructively, he reaps exactly what he sows.
  7. For herein is the saying true: `One sows and another reaps.
  8. The Scriptures state: "A man reaps what he sows" (Galatians 6:7, NIV).
  9. Unconditional love requires the ultimate of efforts and it reaps the ultimate of rewards.
  10. We are told that on this plane, man reaps where he has not sown; the gifts of God are simply poured out.
  11. Unfortunately, many don’t also understand how the house reaps profits whether the client wins or not.
  12. It seldom happens that the person who tills the ground has wherewithal to maintain himself till he reaps the harvest.
  13. He who reaps receives wages and gathers this fruit to eternal life; consequently the sowers and the reapers rejoice together.
  14. This principle is diametrically opposed to the billionaire that reaps profits from his society and returns only a fraction of it.
  15. So the carnival just shakes a great croupier's cupful of Nothing at us, and reaps us as we tumble back headover-heels in fright.
  16. And finally, man reaps the harvest of his own iniquitous persistence in rebellion against the righteous rule of heaven on earth.
  17. And so I account my Whoring more honest than the common State of Matrimony, wherein the Wife is sold to her Husband in exchange for Land to be added to her Father’s Holdings and reaps the Benefit of High Life from the Rental of her Flesh in the Merchant’s Shop of the Matrimonial Bed!.
  18. To this the squire replied, Senor, as these mishaps are what one reaps of chivalry, tell me if they happen very often, or if they have their own fixed times for coming to pass; because it seems to me that after two harvests we shall be no good for the third, unless God in his infinite mercy helps us.
  19. Said you not that after four months comes the harvest? look I therefore say to you Lift up your eyes and look the lands that they have become white and the harvest is already come; And he who reaps receives his wages and gathers the fruit of eternal life; and the sower and the reaper rejoice together.
  20. The Namibian Communications Commission, together with the ICT Alliance arranged the conference where a broad spectrum of stakeholders discussed the ICT status in the country and made recommendations of the way forward to ensure that Namibia properly gets on board and reaps the benefits offered by the Information Society.
  21. Do not say there are still four months and then the harvest comes? Note what I say to you lift up your eyes and look on the fields; because they are white already for harvest; And he who reaps receives wages and gathers fruit for eternal life; so that both he who sows and he who reaps may rejoice together; and in this is that saying true one sows and another reaps.
  22. His Lord said to him Good you faithful servant: over a little have you been faithful over much will I set you: enter into the joy of your Lord; And he also that received the one talent came forward and said My Lord I knew you that you a a severe man who reaps where you sow not and gathers where you did not scatter and so I was afraid and went away and hid your talent in the Earth: note you have what is your.

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