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    1. How much closer does the ship have to be to the Transit when we discharge?"

    2. "We have to strip off the Chief’s artificial limbs, access her neural interface processors and splice her into Tipperary so she can act as the CDCS to control the discharge

    3. Tig checked his version of the integrated capacitor discharge control system one more time

    4. Seconds later, the discharge was over

    5. To top off before discharge

    6. The doctors refused to discharge me to the hotel

    7. You have to discharge the energy that is

    8. There will be a continuous discharge of oxygenic water near power plants

    9. There is no discharge in war; neither

    10. Harry waited in the administrative offices of the Scottish Rite for the named recipient to arrive so that he could discharge his duty and return home for the evening

    11. either rented a tenement of ten pounds a-year, or could give such security for the discharge of

    12. themselves concealed for forty days, to gain a settlement there, to the discharge of that to

    13. being sufficient for the discharge of the parish

    14. At other times A would enable to discharge the first bill of exchange, by drawing, a few days before it became due, a second bill at two months date, not upon B, but upon some third person, C, for example, in London

    15. This other bill was made payable to the order of B, who, upon its being accepted by C, discounted it with some banker in London ; and A enabled C to discharge it, by drawing, a few day's before it became due, a third bill likewise at two months date, sometimes upon his first correspondent B, and sometimes upon some fourth or fifth person, D or E, for example

    16. A positive law may render a shilling a legal tender for a guinea, because it may direct the courts of justice to discharge the debtor who has made that tender ; but no positive law can oblige a person who sells goods, and who is at liberty to sell or not to sell as he pleases, to accept of a shilling as equivalent to a guinea in the price of them

    17. Notwithstanding any regulation of this kind, it appeared, by the course of exchange with Great Britain, that £100 sterling was occasionally considered as equivalent, in some of the colonies, to £130, and in others to so great a sum as £1100 currency ; this difference in the value arising from the difference in the quantity of paper emitted in the different colonies, and in the distance and probability of the term of its final discharge and redemption

    18. The paper of each colony being received in the payment of the provincial taxes, for the full value for which it had been issued, it necessarily derived from this use some additional value, over and above what it would have had, from the real or supposed distance of the term of its final discharge and redemption

    19. give a certain value to this paper money, even though the term of its final discharge and redemption should depend altogether upon the will of the prince

    20. The doctors were talking about the need to discharge her

    21. upon their capital; and that whatever remained of their revenues and neat profits at home should be divided into four parts; three of them to be paid into the exchequer for the use of the public, and the fourth to be reserved as a fund, either for the further reduction of their bond-debts, or for the discharge of other contingent exigencies which the company might labour under

    22. “The station’s sensor array was showing probable weapons discharge

    23. In all the presbyterian churches, where the rights of patronage are thoroughly established, it is by nobler and better arts, that the established clergy in general endeavour to gain the favour of their superiors; by their learning, by the irreproachable regularity of their life, and by the faithful and diligent discharge of their duty

    24. Those improvements sometimes contribute, indeed, to the discharge of the other landlords of the district

    25. go to the discharge of the district, which occasions still further variations in the rate of particular houses

    26. The sinking fund has, no doubt, been considerably augmented since the peace, by the debt which had been paid off, by the reduction of the redeemable four per cents to three per cents, and by the annuities for lives which have fallen in; and, if peace were to continue, a million, perhaps, might now be annually spared out of it towards the discharge of the debt

    27. This great sinking fund, too, might be augmented every year by the interest of the debt which had been discharged the year before ; and might, in this manner, increase so very rapidly, as to be sufficient in a few years to discharge the whole debt, and thus to restore completely the at-present debilitated and languishing vigour of the empire

    28. ordered a course for the island and was anxious to get there and discharge the prisoners

    29. It is not contrary to justice, that both Ireland and America should contribute towards the discharge of the public debt of Great Britain

    30. In consequence, however, of a diligent and faithful application of the public revenue towards the discharge of the national debt, the greater part of those taxes might not be of long continuance, and the public revenue of Great Britain might soon be reduced to what was necessary for maintaining a moderate

    31. Jessie was more than happy that the Milo had not been destroyed and, further, would soon be able to discharge the extra passengers on board

    32. Feeling better than she had in months, she nagged the doctor to discharge her from the hospital

    33. were too many to discharge in the traditional manner, and out here there was no place but the cold,

    34. “As opposed to the nine months you served in that tropical resort on the gulf—that is until your medical discharge

    35. After three years in the service if he made it through, he would be given an honorable discharge and his record outside would be forgiven

    36. The argument against regards fear of a negligent discharge and also the possibility that your firearm might be taken off you and used against you

    37. His first act was to discharge from office some notorious Spanish officials of the old regime

    38. That did not go down well but I was waiting for my discharge papers, and really did not give a single you (know what)

    39. That the unconditional discharge of an individual in dire need of medical attention who might otherwise pose a threat to society if not that individual, for that matter, was not the overriding factor in their decision

    40. Ferguson had no plans to promote him, and Tracy reciprocated by frequently expressing his desire to see the expiration of his term of service and discharge

    41. Colling and Tracy started typing the departure forms for the men whose transfer or discharge orders had been received

    42. He watched soldiers go home for discharge, and helped process replacements

    43. It began when one of the staff sergeants who had his discharge orders approached Colling to ask if he would be interested in buying two of his tailored gabardine dress shirts

    44. “I see that didn’t get your attention, did it? Nothing short of your discharge papers would, I guess

    45. He speculated that he had probably received his discharge and returned home in the States since he had last seen him

    46. At best, he might be sent back to the States and maybe given an early discharge

    47. Both of them was shipped home to the States for discharge

    48. Cuntshable, who will discharge your debt at no interest to you, provided you work off that debt in his employment at his Smiling Gentlemen Brothel

    49. After his discharge at the end of the war, he was fortunate to find work in a garage in Berlin where Count von Brechtsler kept his cars, and the Count had come to know who he was

    50. Because science, suffering through the wounded pride of the non-acceptance of its well-intended discoveries, has built battlements of intellect with which to nullify the answers of old, and with which some of its participants attempt to seek to discharge their senior partner with the cry of obsolescence, we have a fratricide, reminiscent of the biblical Cain and Abel, that could lead to the unintended demise of one or both

    1. How long would she have to stay in this hospital? The doctor she’d seen that morning was muttering about her not being fit to be discharged to a hotel … but was she safe here in the hospital? Had any news of her survival hit the local news? If the men who’d attacked her knew she’d been found …

    2. This is given to patients who are a liability and cannot be discharged until they are better

    3. Before they could move, he had discharged the magical weapon

    4. Though in settling them some regard is had commonly, not only to his labour and skill, but to the trust which is reposed in him, yet they never bear any regular proportion to the capital of which he oversees the management ; and the owner of this capital, though he is thus discharged of almost all labour, still expects that his profit should bear a regular proportion to his capital

    5. Soldiers and seamen, indeed, when discharged from the king's service, are at liberty to exercise any trade within any town or place of Great Britain or Ireland

    6. "And I have discharged my duties to the crown

    7. Lightning continuously discharged itself all around

    8. The whole expense of justice, too, might easily be defrayed by the fees of court ; and, without exposing the administration of justice to any real hazard of corruption, the public revenue might thus be entirely discharged from a certain, though perhaps but a small incumbrance

    9. They universally, therefore, discharged themselves of it, by appointing a deputy, bailiff or judge

    10. discharged and returned to Honolulu, and the Milo headed north

    11. It would be altogether chimerical, therefore, to expect that the public debt should ever be completely discharged, by any savings which are likely to be made from that ordinary revenue as it stands at present

    12. This great sinking fund, too, might be augmented every year by the interest of the debt which had been discharged the year before ; and might, in this manner, increase so very rapidly, as to be sufficient in a few years to discharge the whole debt, and thus to restore completely the at-present debilitated and languishing vigour of the empire

    13. At 4:00 PM in the afternoon, the harbor pilot went on board, guided the Milo out of the harbor, and was discharged at 5:00 PM

    14. The pilot was discharged soon thereafter, as Waddell

    15. discharged and returned to shore while the Milo proceeded on her own with full sails

    16. Though if I hadn’t had the hood on I would have seen Lt Harrington slash his swagger stick down as the rifles discharged their rounds on the way to the target

    17. their help but his sudden movement startled Saldon who had reloaded his crossbow and discharged it at the wizard as he flew across the floor

    18. After a short course of carbamazepine, the hospital discharged him clutching a prescription for benzodiazepine and an appointment to see the psychiatric nurse in six months

    19. His rifle discharged as he fell

    20. Tragically, those in serious need of treatment and proper medical supervision were summarily discharged and ushered into the streets to fend for themselves

    21. was discharged from the hospital

    22. After a couple of days in the hospital, Frank was discharged and went home

    23. The fact that Stars and Stripes and all the Stateside papers and newsreels were full of news about the upcoming trial in Nuremberg of the principal Nazi leaders seemed to reinforce their belief that the war really was over, and there was no reason for them not to be sent home and discharged

    24. One tiny micro-moment before the gun discharged, he flicked the barrel left

    25. Also, Cilliarch Isoract relieved centarch Littmo from his duties and has petitioned that he be discharged dishonorably

    26. Colling stopped by the orderly room to inform Sergeant Prinzman that he would be transporting the sergeant with the broken wrist to Kummersfeld, and that if the man were discharged, he would be bringing him back after a cast had been placed on his arm

    27. How far into the race are you? Would changing packs give you the opportunity to pass someone else who hasn’t pitted, and are they faster than you at the present moment? A discharged pack weighs just as much a fully-charged one

    28. “Herr Krazinsky, I have served the von Brechtsler family for over twenty-five years, since I was a young man discharged from the Kaiser’s army after the first war

    29. banged his two years, was discharged, and found his way to the

    30. At the end of the 19th C the amount of CO2 discharged into the

    31. “He returned to the states where he worked on a dam-building project with the Corp of Engineers until he was discharged

    32. contaminated water will have to be discharged into the sea after TEPCO processes it

    33. We discharged arrows into them until they were near to closing with us; then we turned and galloped to the rear on fresh horses

    34. She soon learnt this to be true; when she was discharged and made her way back to Australia to be with Rachael and Hamish she noticed she was still being looked at all the time but she knew this was not because she was beautiful, where once the boys stared at her beauty she now knew they were staring at her ugliness

    35. the air, brought him to be of another mind: 47 Insomuch that he discharged Menelaus from the accusations, who Regardless was

    36. When the medical director became aware of Mary's heroic act he immediately ordered her to be discharged from the hospital as he now considered her to be mentally stable

    37. The good news is you're being discharged because since you were able to jump in and save the life of another patient, I think you've regained your senses

    38. It bears reminding, however, that none of its forty-two cannons discharged a single shot in battle

    39. I was happy that I was getting discharged but more so because I got to take JT home with me

    40. discharged, he never spoke to me again

    41. In fact, when my younger brother, John, was discharged from the Navy at Hunter’s Point in San Francisco, my parents “ordered” me to give him my 1966 Ford Fairlane and for us to make do with only her GTO for six months until our Dad got his next new company car

    42. When he was discharged the second time, we only got the VNA rehab “show and tell” at the duplex which lasted less than an hour

    43. 46 Upon which Ptoleme taking the king aside into a certain gallery as it were to take the air brought him to be of another mind: 47 Insomuch that he discharged Menelaus from the accusations who notwithstanding was cause of all the mischief and those poor men who if they had told their cause yes before the Scythians should have been judged innocent them he condemned to death

    44. Nuke was irritated by the incident and said excess energy had been erroneously discharged from the craft by a rookie who didn’t know he wasn’t supposed to do that above our property

    45. There was in the days of Herod the king a priest whose name was Zacharias of the family of Abijah; and his wife was of the daughters of Aaron and her name was Elizabeth; And they were both righteous before God walking in all his commands and in the uprightness of God without reproach; And they had no son for Elizabeth was barren and they had both advanced in age; And while he discharged

    46. “You would not be able to withstand the intensity of energy and emotion that will be discharged

    47. After two days, Rick was discharged from the clinic, and although still on crutches, was ready to leave on one of his private jets

    48. As expected, the matron was not very helpful and said that the nurse on duty at that time had left soon after Lorna was discharged, but if Lorna wished she could lodge a formal complaint and the matter would be investigated

    49. And this is a great work and acceptable before God because he understands the object of his wealth and has given to the poor of the gifts of the Lord and rightly discharged his service to Him

    50. "And they who believed from the ninth mountain which was deserted and had in it creeping things and wild beasts which destroy men were the following: they who had the stains as servants who discharged their duty ill and who plundered widows and orphans of their livelihood and gained possessions for themselves from the ministry which they had received

    1. The soldier in the back of Ricci’s truck jumps down, cocks his weapon simultaneously, but his hand slips and he discharges the weapon into the pavement

    2. Already there had been a number of deaths through accidental discharges

    3. Reputation in his profession is still of some importance to him, and he still has some dependency upon the affection, gratitude, and favourable report of those who have attended upon his instructions; and these favourable sentiments he is likely to gain in no way so well as by deserving them, that is, by the abilities and diligence with which he discharges every part of his duty

    4. It discharges weapons from the snout at the front

    5. electrical discharges, the magnetic force involved

    6. Electrical discharges from

    7. produced by electrical discharges is ozone which has a

    8. -inflammation: burning, stinging, pus3, yellow-green discharges, swelling and abscess without heat; sweat that does not relieve, restlessness

    9. The blob grew and quivered as the machine released small electrical discharges into the blob

    10. He heard the thunder from the discharges many seconds after he saw them; the thing was that far away

    11. other discharges and shedding can be sniffed by the hound

    12. We have the highest cost at discharge together with the greatest number of discharges per 1000 people for hospitalization, despite the shorter stays

    13. An instrument that releases and discharges a deed of trust, when

    14. The violet beams of Morg antimatter discharges closely bracketed the interceptor despite the frantic changes of course from its pilot, Lieutenant Kaprayon

    15. Since their bodies appeared intact, Pham reasoned that they must have been hit by stun discharges

    16. duration and intensity of the discharges, which were always to the

    17. But no firearm discharges

    18. And this limit 2 is that in which the helmet discharges rays due to that the object become invisible

    19. I barely had the patience to wait until the appointed hour and took all my medical discharges and films

    20. It is often associated with high fever and copious ear discharges

    21. �Plus,� Venarya added, �Tasrac explosives have a very distinctive appearance, and they are always accompanied by these strange discharges of energy that I�ve never seen anywhere else

    22. You may ask: how can spirit obtain such purification? I say: if man desists from doing the forbidden actions and keeps his senses far from any breach, then he discharges his duties towards each one who has right at him, the spirit pleases God and will be thereby colored with a stain of perfection from God that enables witness the Messenger (cpth) and what is folded in his spirit of highness, loftiness and merits

    23. Semen is mentioned in the section of Leviticus that deals with bodily discharges

    24. stated, as long as one systematically discharges what's on their mind in an error-free fashion,

    25. Whether it was over-fertilized crops, confined animal feedlot operations, neglected industrial discharges, failing septic systems, inadequately treated municipal effluent, poor range management, development-exacerbated soil erosion, or a pernicious stew of all of these chronic contributors combined with that ubiquitous toxic residue they called “nonpoint source pollution” didn’t really matter

    26. Heyward threw himself among the combatants, and imitating the necessary caution of his companions, he made quick discharges with his own rifle

    27. In this crisis, Hawkeye found means to get behind the same tree as that which served for a cover to Heyward; most of his own combatants being within call, a little on his right, where they maintained rapid, though fruitless, discharges on their sheltered enemies

    28. We lived at the top of the last house, and the wind rushing up the river shook the house that night, like discharges of cannon, or breakings of a sea

    29. Her figure was slight and graceful, inclining even to fragility but those iron jelloids she had been taking of late had done her a world of good much better than the Widow Welch's female pills and she was much better of those discharges she used to get

    30. Without getting too technical, the suppressor works by letting gas out of the barrel as the bullet discharges

    31. He complained that there is a gutter on the adjoining house which discharges rain-water on his premises, and is undermining the foundations of his house

    32. The two discharges took place at the same moment, and all

    33. The letter had evidently been intended for Cosette to read on the following morning; after the two discharges that were heard between eleven o'clock and midnight, nothing more has taken place; the barricade will not be attacked seriously until daybreak; but that makes no difference, from the moment when "that man" is concerned in this war, he is lost; he is caught in the gearing

    34. Here and there, at intervals, when the wind blew, shouts, clamor, a sort of tumultuous death rattle, which was the firing, and dull blows, which were discharges of cannon, struck the ear confusedly

    35. All at once, between two discharges, the distant sound of a

    36. But now the kind October wind rises, rustling the leaves and rippling the surface of the water, so that no loon can be heard or seen, though his foes sweep the pond with spy-glasses, and make the woods resound with their discharges

    37. It was even so; in their headlong eagerness, the men had mistaken some other thing for the whale-spout, as the event itself soon proved; for hardly had Ahab reached his perch; hardly was the rope belayed to its pin on deck, when he struck the key-note to an orchestra, that made the air vibrate as with the combined discharges of rifles

    38. But here is the last trench already, and here is the voice of a soldier of the P—— regiment, who has recognized the former commander of his company, and here stands the third battalion in the gloom, clinging close to the wall, and lighted up now and then, for a moment, by the discharges, and a sound of subdued conversation, and the rattling of guns

    39. Through the roar of the discharges could be heard the sounds of cart-wheels, bringing gabions, and the voices of the men who were at work on the magazine

    40. The sound of the discharges never ceased, but shook the air with their mingled roar

    41. The Rio Perdido, forming the bay of the same name, discharges itself into the Gulf of Mexico between the Mobile and Pensacola, and, being a natural and the most notorious object between them, presented itself as a suitable boundary between the possessions of the two nations

    42. Its operation is merely passive; that is, if the obligor, after his bond is placed in the bank, discharges it, all is very well

    43. It is well known that after a few discharges a cannon becomes heated, and the range is much greater, as well as the recoil

    44. No person will dispute the heat acquired by a cannon, or even a musket, after repeated discharges; and this heat must volatilize or destroy a great portion of the moisture combined with the powder, assist its speedy inflammation, and perhaps add to its power, by causing a more perfect combustion of the inflammable parts of the gunpowder

    45. The operation commences, by opening the cock nearest the boiler, the steam drives the air out of the pipe through the water into the reservoir; shut the cock, and the water rises from the reservoir to fill it; shut the second cock, and open the first, the water discharges from the chamber into the boiler; repeated by a movement from the engine, when in motion, the supply continues with more certainty than by a pump, because it is difficult to pump hot water, on account of the elasticity of the steam arising from it, which obstructs the operation of the valves

    46. This induced me to think I should be correct, and in the perfect line of my duty, in sending him a list of the applicants to me, and requesting an inquiry to be made, and discharges granted to all who were citizens of the United States; I, therefore, covered him a list of the names now enclosed to you, which produced his letter to me of the same date, (December 1, 1812

    1. My guess was that the atmosphere here was so highly charged from the ring of Crystal Mountains that it was occasionally discharging due to energy overload

    2. The LED in this circuit flashes alternatively because each transistor is switched On and Off in turn due to C1 charging and discharging through R2 and C2 doing same through R1

    3. My police training on the topic of discharging a firearm had kicked in

    4. He selected one discharging a passenger, the cabbie haggling over the price

    5. parties concerned in actually discharging the water into the ocean

    6. he had begun disarming Protestants and discharging them from the

    7. They insisted upon discharging him very prematurely

    8. The blob had no wish for this outcome after discharging me

    9. 34 As for that most ungracious Nicanor who had brought a thousand merchants to buy the Jews 35 He was through the help of the Lord brought down by them of whom he made least account; and putting off his glorious apparel and discharging his company he came like a fugitive servant through the midland to Antioch having very great dishonour for that his host was destroyed

    10. Regulations were formulated which prohibited ships from discharging oil within 50 miles of shore

    11. You make the trek over the sand to where you parked, you cut it a little close, the metal buttons on your jacket send off little lightning bolts onto your skin, it was the same down to your boots, the energy discharging into the earth

    12. The shell containing his fingerprint was indisputable proof that he was in the area of his wife’s demise yesterday during the hunt and that he had fired a shot from his hunting rifle; whether that shot killed, wounded, missed her, or was intended for another target, perhaps wild game, remained to be seen, but it also proved that Terence had lied about discharging a shot on the hunt

    13. Eventually the entire medical staff fills the white marble halls with a brand new day of admitting, patient care, saving lives, and discharging

    14. One of her assailants was next to fire, discharging his pistol in her direction but missing clean because of the speed of her horse

    15. But by not parting a farthing with a dying friend, how that man had denied himself the satisfaction of discharging a bit of his debt of gratitude; while I felt sorry for him, it pained me that my father had to die after losing the little faith he had had in the virtue of friendship

    16. This indicates an activity of liver cells so the liver performs its functions as metabolizing and discharging the surplus cholesterol and triglycerides perfectly

    17. “ I’m an officer of the deck, and I deal with the stowing and discharging of all cargo; secret or not

    18. Pine was calling defenders to him and quickly discharging them with orders

    19. It is not only the discharging of air that will reduce the temperatures inside the container

    20. That is when the protons remove the oversupply the heat in space to produce the cold that the discharging of heat is then so apparent

    21. “Detective,” it was Doctor Simmons, “we’re discharging Willow tomorrow morning, he’ll be your problem from then on

    22. The escorts pulled one of the two Ultimans aside, electric-shock-shackled his four arms with four electric pulse discharging poles in the air

    23. They are found in the tabernacle, upon the throne of grace, within the veil, even in that Holy of Holies which represented the lost Paradise; where were the 'propitiatory,’ and 'the pot of manna’ which symbolised the bread of life eternal, and 'Aaron's rod’ that blossomed with life out of death; mysteries setting forth the work and victory of that 'Man Christ Jesus’ who should sit 'down on the throne of God;’ because all things 'should be made subject unto Him;’ who should 'give His flesh’ as the bread of God, the celestial manna, 'for the life of the world:’ discharging the priesthood of the everlasting covenant under which man, though dead, lives again, and forever

    24. Sancho, on his part, gave a helping hand to release Gines de Pasamonte, who was the first to leap forth upon the plain free and unfettered, and who, attacking the prostrate commissary, took from him his sword and the musket, with which, aiming at one and levelling at another, he, without ever discharging it, drove every one of the guards off the field, for they took to flight, as well to escape Pasamonte's musket, as the showers of stones the now released galley slaves were raining upon them

    25. Master Pedro kept shouting, "Hold hard! Senor Don Quixote! can't you see they're not real Moors you're knocking down and killing and destroying, but only little pasteboard figures! Look--sinner that I am!--how you're wrecking and ruining all that I'm worth!" But in spite of this, Don Quixote did not leave off discharging a continuous rain of cuts, slashes, downstrokes, and

    26. she be a mother, and in the present state of women, it is a great misfortune to be prevented from discharging the duties, and cultivating the affections of one, what has she not to endure?--But I have suffered the tenderness of one to lead me

    27. cast anchor, and was discharging her cargo, while the merchants to whom it

    28. Where’s himself and the lads?” “She’s after discharging our overseer and stayed home to go over the accounts with

    29. But instead of discharging Ella and Wade out of Rhett’s way whenever she could, despite the fact that Wade Mammy or being short and stern with her, Rhett treated her with the utmost deference, with far more courtesy than he treated any of the ladies of Scarlett’s recent acquaintance

    30. Pat McManus was only two years old when his father took a mallet swing at the “dog,” the wooden wedge that prevented a dock wagon from tipping and discharging its load

    31. She was going silently to her desk when he said, in that distant tone which implied that he was discharging a disagreeable duty—

    32. The securities analyst, in discharging his function of investment counsellor, should do his best to discourage the purchase of stocks of banking and insurance institutions by the ordinary small investor

    33. For some time there was no noise but the grating sound of the spades discharging their freight of mould and gravel

    34. The three absorbing wells, of the Combat, the Cunette, and SaintMande, with their discharging mouths, their apparatus, their cesspools, and their depuratory branches, only date from 1836

    35. It is certain that the mouth indirectly communicates with the spouting canal; but it cannot be proved that this is for the purpose of discharging water through the spiracle

    36. What is the trial for, when he is not here and will never return? He is not here! For whom then is the trial intended? The Fatherland, the destruction of Moscow! And tomorrow I shall be killed, perhaps not even by a Frenchman but by one of our own men, by a soldier discharging a musket close to my ear as one of them did yesterday, and the French will come and take me by head and heels and fling me into a hole that I may not stink under their noses, and new conditions of life will arise, which will seem quite ordinary to others and about which I shall know nothing

    37. Among many other important considerations, remember, that moment you go to war, you may bid adieu to every prospect of discharging the national debt

    38. And, therefore, sir, I will go on discharging my duty with the most scrupulous obedience to my judgment, and where the weight of a hair ought to turn the scale, it shall turn it

    39. He was no advocate for standing armies or navies, generally speaking; but, in discharging his duties here, he must be governed by the circumstances of every case which presented itself for his decision, and then ask himself, Is it wise, politic, and prudent, to do this or omit that? He said he would never go back to yesterday to discover what he had then said or done, in order to ascertain what he should now do or say

    40. I soon learnt that as they were quietly proceeding a party of the savage Wahumba tribe had swooped down upon them; but seeing white men with rifles had fled with the utmost precipitation, without even discharging a poisoned arrow

    41. Perhaps, sir, I owe an apology to the Senate at this time for entering into this debate under a state of hoarseness, which must necessarily disqualify me, in some degree, from discharging my duty on the present occasion

    42. Should the same relief be denied to the representatives of a citizen who had served during the war, and whose legal claim, if barred at all, (except by the statute of limitations,) was only barred by his zeal in the service of his country, which prompted him to accept a seat in Congress? The statute of limitations, it was said, was never intended to bar Congress from discharging a just claim, but merely to prevent the accounting officers of the Treasury from allowing all the old, and perhaps fraudulent claims which might have been pressed upon them

    43. It cannot be too often repeated, that if Cuba on the one hand, and Florida on the other, are in the possession of a foreign maritime power, the immense country belonging to the United States, watered by streams discharging themselves into the Gulf of Mexico—that is, one-third, nay more than two-thirds of the United States, comprehending Louisiana, is placed at the mercy of that power

    44. The same necessity which throws the Government upon the charity of the banks renders it incapable of discharging the obligation, and while the funds of the institution are locked up in the Government, its commercial functions must cease

    45. Under the pressure of every injury which foreign influence can inflict, a Representative is considered as discharging his duty, if, with a fine-spun web, he can present, under a suspicious aspect, either the motives or the acts of the Executive branch of his Government

    46. Roberts was opposed to discharging the witness until he had explained a sentence of his letter to the Speaker, in which he had asserted that he was not permitted to explain his testimony

    47. Depend upon it, the longer you delay to provide the means for discharging the public debt, the greater will be the risk and difficulty of doing it

    48. By the letter to General Matthews, which is enclosed, open for your perusal, you will fully comprehend the views of the Government respecting the late transaction; and, by the law, the former instructions to the General, and the late letter now forwarded, you will be made acquainted with the course of conduct which it is expected of you to pursue in future, in discharging the duties heretofore enjoined on him

    49. If our feelings and sympathies be suffered to influence us in favor of the individual who voluntarily enlists, the reasons are much stronger in favor of discharging one-half of those already in your ranks, than the description just spoken of

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    discharge firing firing off release waiver dismissal dismission liberation sack sacking venting outpouring run arc electric arc electric discharge spark emission expelling eject exhaust expel empty acquit assoil clear exculpate exonerate muster out fire go off drop drop off put down set down unload free complete dispatch flow ejection remission evacuation expulsion removal detonation satisfaction execution observance performance disburden issue relieve unburden teem send void emit detonate blast set off absolve let go liberate exercise execute accomplish meet take observe perform break cashier replace dismiss