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    1. Lopez’s mission is the education of the public on the necessity to quit using chemicals altogether and in the meantime, to properly dispose of their waste - so that one day the earth may return to its natural cycle of growing and decomposing

    2. Altera straightened herself and took a deep breath, “Yes my Queen, there is still one more piece of garbage to dispose of

    3. He set off to dispose of the fruit, no longer useful as food, and to return the fireplace implement to its normal perch next to the fire screen---no one to be the wiser for its most recent use

    4. At the following rehearsal, before the next weekly performance, Kaitlyn broached the subject to the Players, of how to dispose of the receipts from each engagement

    5. I have to dispose of a large amount of scrap

    6. “How will you dispose of the bodies?”

    7. When an independent workman, such as a weaver or shoemaker, has got more stock than what is sufficient to purchase the materials of his own work, and to maintain himself till he can dispose of it, he naturally employs one or more journeymen with the surplus, in order to make a profit by their work

    8. I shall hereafter have occasion to mention the reasons which dispose me to believe that the capital stock of Great Britain was not diminished, even by the enormous expense of the late war

    9. 'Perhaps you could read them quietly and dispose of those you think inappropriate

    10. It amazed me how many people wanted to dispose of great grandpa's pride and joy

    1. He forbade her to take a break until the whole wardrobe had been disposed of and it wasn’t until nearly four o’clock that afternoon that Cyberia managed to trudge home wearily, smelling of sweat, fried burgers and other people’s loose change

    2. wardrobe had been disposed of and it wasn’t until nearly four

    3. Titania and Hipolyta grew and became less disposed to be constantly in their own company, as each took upon herself her own responsibilities and temperament

    4. disposed of the creature’s body when others

    5. agent, whom Carl had just disposed of, lay next to us at the rear wheel of the van

    6. The whole quantity brought to market, therefore, may be disposed of to those who are willing to give more than what is sufficient to pay the rent of the land which produced them, together with the wages of the labour and the profits of the stock which were employed in preparing and bringing them to market, according to their natural rates

    7. employments to a smaller number than would otherwise be disposed to enter into them ;

    8. employments to a smaller number than would otherwise be disposed to enter into them,

    9. Their writers on agriculture, indeed, the lovers and promoters of high cultivation, seem generally disposed to decide with Columella in favour of the vineyard

    10. The whole quantity, therefore, can be disposed of to those who are willing to pay more, which necessarily raises their price above that of common wine

    1. But the high price of provisions, by diminishing the funds destined for the maintenance of servants, disposes masters rather to diminish than to increase the number of those they have

    2. Let us suppose that he generally disposes of his whole stock upon hand, or of goods to the value of his whole stock upon hand, once in the year

    3. The situation of such a person naturally disposes him to attend rather to ornament, which pleases his fancy, than to profit, for which he has so little occasion

    4. But in a country where the government is in a great measure arbitrary, where it is usual for the magistrate to intermeddle even in the management of the private property of individuals, and to send them, perhaps, a lettre de cachet, if they do not manage it according to his liking, it is much easier for him to give some protection to the slave; and common humanity naturally disposes him to do so

    5. He can safely pardon or neglect them, and his consciousness of his own superiority naturally disposes him to do so

    6. Among nations, to whom commerce and manufacture are little known, the sovereign, it has already been observed in the Fourth book, is in a situation which naturally disposes him to the parsimony requisite for accumulation

    7. The same confidence which disposes great merchants and manufacturers upon ordinary occasions, to trust their property to the protection of a particular government, disposes them, upon extraordinary occasions, to trust that government with the use of their property

    8. Their great demand for active and productive stock makes it convenient for them to have as little dead stock as possible, and disposes them, upon that account, to content themselves with a cheaper, though less commodious instrument of commerce, than gold and silver

    9. The Jews quite thought that Jesus was a revolutionary! Usually, if one disposes of

    10. In Colossians 2: 14 Paul finally disposes of this, stating that these “writings that

    1. Building that android and disposing of my flesh body is what upset the element balances

    2. consequently, those of all great proprietors into the hands of the king, who was charged with the maintenance and education of the pupil, and who, from his authority as guardian, was supposed to have a right of disposing of him in marriage, provided it was in a manner not unsuitable to his rank

    3. Your position is an important one, not only with reference to the immediate results to the enemy’s property, but from the facts that neutral rights may frequently arise under it; reliance, however, is placed in your judgment and discretion for meeting and promptly disposing of such questions

    4. detained under legal warrant upon any criminal charge, we are not aware of any ground upon which they can properly be prevented from going on shore and disposing of themselves as they think, and we cannot advise her Majesty’s government to assume or exercise the power of keeping them under any kind of restraint

    5. Whether they go into the fights or not, those prisoners need disposing of

    6. That many financially successful individuals should decide to pass along the fruits of their labors to their families and loved ones instead of having them arbitrarily redistributed to other individuals, should be a prerogative of acquired wealth; a privilege enjoyed by those who have properly earned it and should enjoy the right of disposing it as they think fit

    7. appeared, such as the disposing of the buildings in nests/groups (for example:

    8. Peter and Nicolas returned from disposing of the deer

    9. disposing of the shares

    10. Learn more about disposing of unused medications here

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    dispose in English

    adjust furnish order establish marshal conduct space

    Синонимы для "dispose"

    dispose qualify incline cast aside cast away cast out chuck out discard fling put away throw away throw out toss toss away toss out adjust furnish order establish marshal conduct space