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    1. entitle his book Utopia, promoting thus the idea that

    2. In Europe, the qualification necessary to entitle a proprietor to vote at their general courts was raisted, from five hundred pounds, the original price of a share in the stock of the company, to a thousand pounds

    3. The teachers of the doctrine which contains this instruction, in the same manner as other teachers, may either depend altogether for their subsistence upon the voluntary contributions of their hearers; or they may derive it from some other fund, to which the law of their country may entitle them ; such as a landed estate, a tythe or land tax

    4. To deliver themselves from this subjection to their creditors, the poorer citizens were continually calling out, either for an entire abolition of debts, or for what they called new tables ; that is, for a law which should entitle them to a complete acquittance, upon paying only a certain proportion of their accumulated debts

    5. “During a cruise that my wife and I took last year, a distinguished, affable and learned traveler suggested that I should entitle my next book Odyssey Dreamed

    6. And, "If possessing a higher degree of intelligence does not entitle one human to use another for his or her own ends, how can it entitle humans to exploit non-humans?" wrote Peter Singer in the twentieth century

    7. There was nothing in the Constitution that gave the Federal government the power to Entitle anything, yet Roosevelt claimed this power to establish a means for imposing a Socialistic government on the unsuspecting public

    8. its father, so I did what I once learned from a book entitle, “Thirty

    9. would entitle her to a half share of the insurance money from

    10. Later, as the Institute grew, this early application would entitle me

    11. “A certificate that stated she had just turned eighteen years old this year and that Walter wasn’t her real father! A certificate that would entitle her to a half share of the insurance money from Georgia’s death

    12. The danger is that the absorbing interest in his academic studies may take up his whole attention, to the neglect of the instinctive qualities that he should possess the possession of which alone will entitle him to be an artist

    13. This will also entitle the applicant to an internet account that may be used to maintain and organize the expenses of the business

    14. The reason was, that a few days later it was reported in the town that Don Fernando had been married in a neighbouring city to a maiden of rare beauty, the daughter of parents of distinguished position, though not so rich that her portion would entitle her to look for so brilliant a match; it was said, too, that her name was Luscinda, and that at the betrothal some strange things had happened

    15. Of plebeian lineages I have nothing to say, save that they merely serve to swell the number of those that live, without any eminence to entitle them to any fame or praise beyond this

    16. Still such a mode of proceeding could not be justified, and might perhaps entitle the

    17. There was nothing in the air or attire of this Indian that would seem to entitle him to such a distinction

    18. I would wish to know if the misfortunes which have happened to you—misfortunes entirely beyond your control, and which in no degree diminish my regard for you—I would wish to know if they have not, in some measure, contributed to render you a stranger to the world in which your fortune and your name entitle you to make a conspicuous figure?"

    19. I did not much approve of the project, for divers reasons; the principal of which was, because my daughters were grown into young ladies, and I was, thank God, in a circumstance to entitle them to hold their heads something above the trades

    20. 6111 Leasco common), and one half of a Leasco warrant, two of which would entitle the holder, for a period of 10 years, to buy one share of Leasco common at $87 per share

    21. The latter do what they please, punish them, as seems good to them, and confiscate at their will those two sorry things which they entitle their industry and their liberty

    22. In what census of living creatures, the dead of mankind are included; why it is that a universal proverb says of them, that they tell no tales, though containing more secrets than the Goodwin Sands; how it is that to his name who yesterday departed for the other world, we prefix so significant and infidel a word, and yet do not thus entitle him, if he but embarks for the remotest Indies of this living earth; why the Life Insurance Companies pay death-forfeitures upon immortals; in what eternal, unstirring paralysis, and deadly, hopeless trance, yet lies antique Adam who died sixty round centuries ago; how it is that we still refuse to be comforted for those who we nevertheless maintain are dwelling in unspeakable bliss; why all the living so strive to hush all the dead; wherefore but the rumor of a knocking in a tomb will terrify a whole city

    23. My present social standing is such, that my former slight acquaintance with you does not entitle me to a visit from you, unless you have some business with me

    24. Entitle it the FOUNT OF TEARS!

    25. Indulging no passions which trespass on the rights or the repose of other nations, it has been the true glory of the United States to cultivate peace by observing justice; and to entitle themselves to the respect of the nations at war, by fulfilling their neutral obligations with the most scrupulous impartiality

    26. "Not so, leader," interrupted Lupey; "our laws entitle us to a division of the spoil

    27. Perhaps he thought the explanation was asked in terms which did not entitle Mr

    28. The committee are of opinion, that the resolution of Congress, upon a liberal construction, did not require actual service, and that the officer should be in the receipt of his pay to entitle him to commutation; but that he should have a commission, and be at all times liable to be called on to perform the duties of his station

    29. Bellamy should see just how much she could stand of American life and manners; in order that their children might have enough of their native soil on their hands as they played, and enough of its education in their heads, to entitle them to the self-sufficiency of American citizens

    30. Your memorialists state, that although they do not pretend to have the number required by the said articles of agreement and cession, and the ordinance to entitle our Territory as a matter of right into the Union, upon the footing of one of the original States; yet, we hope that our numbers (as will appear by the census now taken under a law of the United States) are sufficiently respectable to induce your honorable body to admit the Mississippi Territory into the Union, as a matter of expediency

    31. As the situation and talents of that gentleman entitle his statements and opinions to great weight; as it is more than probable that the votes of several members will ultimately rest upon the weight of his authority, my honorable friend from Maryland (Mr

    32. The question recurring on filling the blank with the number of souls which should entitle to a Representative—

    33. But gentlemen were desirous now to fix the number of souls which should entitle to a Representative—and why? That the State Legislatures, understanding the number of Representatives to which they are entitled from knowing the census, may proceed to district their States, in anticipation of the law to be passed by Congress

    34. I have therefore thought fit to submit this resolution, and hope the reasons assigned will induce you to believe that I think it of such importance to the nation as to entitle it to your attention

    35. " And here, I entreat gentlemen to notice that this is the first ground stated by our Government to that of France, as being that which would be insisted upon from England—a compliance on her part required to entitle her to the provisions of this law, viz

    36. " In this letter, we find that the Secretary states a first ground, which was necessary in the first instance to entitle the French Government to the provisions of this law

    37. Smith acknowledges the receipt of information, that the property which he had said in his last must be restored, in order to entitle France to the American commerce while it was denied to England, was sold, and the proceeds deposited in the caisse prive—privy purse of the Emperor

    38. For instance, at one time England must repeal her Orders in Council to entitle her to the benefit of the law; at another, viz: after hearing from France, the condition must include a repeal of the blockades also, and on the part of France, she must rescind her decrees and restore the property, then a promise is to be accepted as it respects the property, and, to top the climax, the proclamation issues on the presumption of an agreement having taken place, on the part of France, that the property shall be restored

    39. The size and beauty of the specimens, and the abundance of this mineral near Shawnee Town, (provided there is no mistake in the case) clearly entitle this to be considered as the most interesting American locality of this beautiful mineral

    40. Your committee, therefore, consider it an act both of strict justice and sound policy to advance the respective territories of the United States to the grade of a separate commonwealth, whenever they shall contain the number of inhabitants necessary to entitle them, under the ratio established by law, to a Representative in the Congress of the United States

    41. The aid they have already given is sufficient to entitle them to the lasting gratitude of our profession

    42. [50] If this memoir should ever meet the eye of this amiable man, I trust he will excuse the notice to which his labours so justly entitle him

    43. But, sir, the wise and magnanimous policy of the General Government has uniformly conferred on the respective Territories the rights of State sovereignty so soon as their numbers would fairly entitle them to one member in the House of Representatives of the United States

    44. said that this statement, with the original document annexed, in the French language, and under the hand of the commodore of the squadron, had been forwarded here, for the information of the Government; that the character of Captain Chew was such as to entitle him to full credit wherever he was known

    45. And to entitle these experiments to the more favorable consideration, they were so framed as to enable her to place her adversary under the exclusive operation of them

    46. question on filling the blank with the number of souls which should entitle to a Representative, 316;

    1. They admitted that it entitled them to receive some concessions from the Government

    2. You must control the ants since they herd aphids which produce nectar which the whiteflies love! See my web site entitled Dances with Ants

    3. of the church (for documentation on this, please see my chapter entitled "Innovations in Worship: Women in Leadership Roles," in Shall We Restructure the Church of Christ: 1995

    4. We are all entitled to charge money for our time, our services and our products

    5. happy life that he is entitled to

    6. As a bona fide member of the group, you were entitled to use the van

    7. The whole scene could’ve been in a kid’s picture game entitled “what

    8. Then, there was a nameless man who tried to hide the idea between the pages of a Novel entitled ‘Trouble Valley’, but luckily for everyone else, he died cold, alone and afraid on the seventh moon of Jupiter

    9. This should give you an idea as to what a story entitled 'The Great Tribulation' would be about, the title being a reference to the Bible Verse Revelation 7

    10. preaching was entitled a place called

    11. Titania giggled, “I always thought of my brother as 'really old,' so I guess he was entitled,” her smile was infectious

    12. So for example if you're entitled to $500 a month for taking from taking a full student load; you could get half of your G

    13. education would otherwise have entitled them to ; and in this manner the competition of the

    14. entitled to a feather mattress

    15. Whoever discovers a new mine, is entitled to measure off two hundred and forty-six feet in length, according to what he supposes to be the direction of the vein, and half as much in breadth

    16. I would have thought a copper and twelve entitled one to a little more timely service than this

    17. The chapter entitled, “Trade-Offs”, will help you with the external

    18. Then, do all the things suggested in the earlier paragraph, entitled “Need

    19. In his book, entitled “I Ain’t Much Baby – But I’m All I’ve Got”8, he shares

    20. “Is she not entitled to a fair hearing first?” He continued the line of questioning, eager to find out what she thought

    21. This is covered in the chapter above entitled " Are you saying there is no

    22. This is exactly what is said in the chapter above entitled "Why rarely

    23. the barrel, the delivery of both British and foreign salt duty free) were, during the space of fourteen years, for every hundred pounds which they subscribed and paid into the stock of the society, entitled to three pounds a-year, to be paid by the receiver-general of the customs in equal half-yearly payments

    24. The mother city, though she considered the colony as a child, at all times entitled to great favour and assistance, and owing in return much gratitude and respect, yet considered it as an emancipated child, over whom she pretended to claim no direct authority or jurisdiction

    25. You are entitled to two week's severance pay, which will be paid in full on your next paycheck

    26. Every single person is akin to an artist collectively painting a huge portrait entitled ‘humanity’

    27. Interestingly, the first card that I drew from that deck totaling forty four cards, had a heading entitled “Books”

    28. When the plantation indigo was worth three-fourths of the price of the best French indigo, it was, by this act, entitled to a bounty of 6d

    29. All manufactures of leather may be exported duty free ; and the exporter is besides entitled to the drawback of the whole duties of excise

    30. Mercier de la Riviere, some time intendant of Martinico, entitled, The natural and essential Order of Political Societies

    31. I mean a lot of these corporate bodies are entitled to a degree of discretion, provided they keep within the law; freedom of the market and all that

    32. In the most ancient regulated companies, the privileges of apprenticeship were the same as in other corporations, and entitled the person who had served his time to a member of the company, to become himself a member, either without paying any fine, or upon paying a much smaller one than what was exacted of other people

    33. The rise which such a tax might occasion in the wages of manufacturing labour would be advanced by the master manufacturer, who would both be entitled and obliged to charge it, with a profit, upon the price of his goods

    34. entitled to participate in the rewards the voyage would bring

    35. They have not achieved the credit they were entitled to in view of their contributions to American culture and civilization

    36. ‘We're all entitled to our beliefs, but what we're here for today is to discuss the immediate future

    37. I had been working hard saving the world, and I felt entitled

    38. Lifting the corporate veil is explained by understanding that the company is a legal entity entitled to act on its own and thus be sued on its own without the shareholders being held responsible for what the company does or does not do

    39. It was a practical problem for under Roman law an illegitimate child could not inherit nor be entitled to his father's name

    40. Even the good Book says the worker is entitled to his wages as he earned it

    41. After all, everyone is entitled to his or her (own) opinion provided that what the viewing audience understands as reporting (the) news is correctly distinguished from ―spinning‖ or interpreting (the) news and that this distinction is properly conveyed to that audience

    42. What has not changed, however, are the underlying assumptions of Freedom and Natural Rights that every citizen is entitled and the protection of such inalienable rights by our government

    43. It was in fact a status symbol to have the old style camouflage but you better also be entitled to it for the owners did not take kindly to interlopers and wannabes

    44. Some camps were next to Lesotho, in the snow, where you were entitled to two glasses of whiskey a day instead of beer (to combat the cold)

    45. They were entitled to wear a plain gold (actually brass or copper) Dog Unit emblem on their uniform

    46. It was in the form of an Alsatian head, and is rated high enough to have a fatherly talk with anyone not entitled to it found wearing it

    47. While the media entitled them heroes it was Colonel Fleming who earned this

    48. Everyone is entitled to his or her (own) points of view provided they do not seek to mis-characterize the opinions of others

    49. Children are also entitled to have recreational time, but squandering hour after hour engaged with these devices is not healthy

    50. Hussein will ever be entitled to such respect

    1. The Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act entitles all dependents (parents, minor children, unmarried daughters) to maintenance even if they are disinherited

    2. In England, besides, a lease for life of forty shillings a-year value is a freehold, and entitles the lessee to a vote for a member of parliament ; and as a great part of the yeomanry have freeholds of this kind, the whole order becomes respectable to their landlords, on account of the political consideration which this gives them

    3. cooperative that entitles them to occupy a

    4. The option entitles you to buy one board lot of XYZ shares

    5. That just because you are in a long term relationship that this automatically entitles you to sex

    6. entitles you to a gift on your next cruise with them that can

    7. Ever since the Consumer Reporting Act was passed it entitles you to all the information a credit agency has on you

    8. Being a member entitles one to wear

    9. A ready submission entitles him to mercy; resistance will provoke the aggressor, and his own blood must expiate the blood which he presumes to shed in legitimate defense

    10. To help me with all this I was furnished with a book entitles 'Harpers Directory and Manual', I still have the book, dated 1957

    11. entitles them to the honor!

    12. We live in a culture that entitles and constrains at birth via competition

    13. None of this makes any fucking sense, UNLESS you factor in the hidden fact that ALL the top elite in ALL the top positions of civilized power are being controlled, manipulated and corrupted by the forces of hidden undead evil entitles, who have their own hidden secret agendas

    14. But on the other hand, if the farmer feels that by giving the cows life entitles him to torture them every moment of their life, that farmer would be regarded as a cruel, sadistic man and abhorred by most

    15. Finally, he is anxious to see if you have been fortunate enough to escape the bad moral influence to which you have been exposed, and which is infinitely more to be dreaded than any physical suffering; he wishes to discover if the fine abilities with which nature had endowed you have been weakened by want of culture; and, in short, whether you consider yourself capable of resuming and retaining in the world the high position to which your rank entitles you

    16. 10 It should be recognized as a principle, however, that the waiving of any important right by the bondholders entitles them to some quid pro quo from the stockholders—in the form either of a contribution of cash to the enterprise or of a transfer of some part of their claim on future earnings to the bondholders

    17. 6 If the market value of the assets falls below 100% of the funded debt, a condition of insolvency would seem to be created which entitles the bondholders to insist upon immediate remedial action

    18. bankruptcy law entitles bondholders to a much stronger legal claim than shareholders

    19. But his conversion privilege entitles him to receive 153,846 shares of common stock

    20. The States north of the Potomac contain nearly four millions of souls; and surely it needs no proof to convince the most casual observer, that the proportion which the commercial interest bears to the other interests of that great section of the Union, is such as entitles it to the denomination of leading interest

    21. The States north of the Hudson contain nearly two and a half millions of souls; and surely there is as little need of proof to show that the proportion the commercial interest bears to the other interests of that Northern section of the Union, is such as entitles it there to the denomination of predominating interest

    1. The bank grants at the same time what is called a recipice or receipt, entitling the person who makes the deposit, or the bearer, to take out the bullion again at any time within six months, upon transferring to the bank a quantity of bank money equal to that for which credit had been given in its books when the deposit was made, and upon paying one-fourth per cent

    2. Compare that stance with that of Obama, who, while a state senator from the benighted state of Illinois, even voted against the law entitling new-born survivors of abortion to have life-support systems

    3. They went about trying to weave a variety of borrowed concepts into a compelling history entitling them to advantage and blessing

    4. A certificate issued at a judicial sale entitling the buyer to receive

    5. The entitling of both of the following illustrations was done by me:

    6. It is a card entitling its holder to buy goods and

    7. debenture, entitling the holder to buy a specific amount of securities of that

    8. Thus the fiendish triumvirate approved that compromise as well as a clause entitling Viswava to his fair share

    9. He's haggling with him for it, being asked too much, and here he would have all the documents entitling him to the property itself

    10. And it has come about because the position of men of science and art is a privileged one, because art and science (in our day), in our world, are not at all a rational occupation of all mankind without exception, exerting their best powers for the service of art and science, but an occupation of a restricted circle of people holding a monopoly of these industries, and entitling themselves men of art and science, and who have, therefore, perverted the very idea of art and science, and have lost all the meaning of their vocation, and who are only concerned in amusing and rescuing from crushing ennui their tiny circle of idle mouths

    11. Thus, when Sophia Ivanovna (who was never weary of discussing her niece) related to me how, four years ago, Varenika had suddenly given away all her clothes to some peasant children without first asking permission to do so, so that the garments had subsequently to be recovered, I did not at once accept the fact as entitling Varenika to elevation in my opinion, but went on giving her good advice about the unpracticalness of such views on property

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