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    1. The senior citizens can extend a hand of support, words of solace and the healing touch to the restless souls around them

    2. Low government revenues in rural areas and urban bias in central resource allocation have meant that social service provision has tended to start in cities and extend only gradually to the countryside

    3. Extend your feet

    4. It will help to extend the reach of the content you are creating, extend the number of times the content is going to be shared and will expand upon the potential audience

    5. His feet would then extend beyond the opposite side of this ring of reed clumps

    6. When you can perform this variation with ease, and it can be done easily with patient practice, gradually extend the period when your face is touching the floor, and then try to practice the Yoga Complete Breath

    7. overcome some limitations of the Blogging Software, or can extend the

    8. But I do not extend my time, here

    9. Maggie's charity doesn’t extend to those suffering alcoholic dementia

    10. extend a modicum of courtesy to their host

    11. 'I think we should extend a gesture to the Pope’s

    12. windows, and the heat struggled to extend more than a

    13. 42He will extend his power over many countries; Egypt will not escape

    14. The urban area seemed to extend a hundred miles to the north along the lakeshore, and almost a hundred miles down river toward the east-southeast

    15. "You don't believe that the natives can extend lifespans?" Glenelle asked

    16. Want, famine, and mortality, would immediately prevail in that class, and from thence extend themselves to all the superior classes, till the number of inhabitants in the country was reduced to what could easily be maintained by the revenue and stock which remained in it, and which had escaped either the tyranny or calamity which had destroyed the rest

    17. The liberal reward of labour, by enabling them to provide better for their children, and consequently to bring up a greater number, naturally tends to widen and extend those limits

    18. A French author of great knowledge and ingenuity, Mr Messance, receiver of the taillies in the election of St Etienne, endeavours to shew that the poor do more work in cheap than in dear years, by comparing the quantity and value of the goods made upon those different occasions in three different manufactures; one of coarse woollens, carried on at Elbeuf; one of linen, and another of silk, both which extend through the whole generality of Rouen

    19. But even if they are from hibernation, why does that mean we shouldn't extend them the same level of service and confidentiality we do any other customer who pays us in metal that tests well above tolerance?"

    20. 'Am I to be surrounded by washing! Need more lines, then I'll have Tom extend the ones outside the kitchen

    21. The market for the produce of a free-stone quarry can seldom extend more than a few miles round about it, and the demand must generally be in proportion to the improvement and population of that small district ; but the market for the produce of a silver mine may extend over the whole known world

    22. Since there was no need to protect mud-brick walls from rain, the roof didn’t have to extend past the walls

    23. This, too, used to happen almost constantly in Hispaniola, while it was infested by the buccaneers, and before the settlement, improvement, and populousness of the French plantations ( which now extend round the coast of almost the whole western half of the island) had given some value to the cattle of the Spaniards, who still continue to possess, not only the eastern part of the coast, but the whole inland mountainous part of the country

    24. On their journey to the Hangar, they shared a theory; if Adros’ staff of King’s Wood could control the Dead Tree, could its power extend to those the Dead Tree possessed as well?

    25. But how long could he Adros hold him, and how deep did the control extend? The giant stepped forward, his eyes glowing bright in rage

    26. The banks, they seem to have thought, could extend their credits to whatever sum might be wanted, without incurring any other expense besides that of a few reams of paper

    27. They complained of the contracted views and dastardly spirit of the directors of those banks, which did not, they said, extend their credits in proportion to the extension of the trade of the country ; meaning, no doubt, by the extension of that trade, the extension of their own projects beyond what they could carry on either with their own capital, or with what they had credit to borrow of private people in the usual way of bond or mortgage

    28. The banks, however, were of a different opinion ; and upon their refusing to extend their credits, some of those traders had recourse to an expedient which, for a time, served their purpose, though at a much greater expense, yet as effectually as the utmost extension of bank credits could have done

    29. Paper money may be so regulated as either to confine itself very much to the circulation between the different dealers, or to extend itself likewise to a great part of that between the dealers and the consumers

    30. patriotism, but cannot extend the admiration to

    31. They would still, therefore, keep possession of the home market; and though a capricious man of fashion might sometimes prefer foreign wares, merely because they were foreign, to cheaper and better goods of the same kind that were made at home, this folly could, from the nature of things, extend to so few, that it could make no sensible impression upon the general employment of the people

    32. The legislature, were it possible that its deliberations could be always directed, not by the clamorous importunity of partial interests, but by an extensive view of the general good, ought, upon this very account, perhaps, to be particularly careful, neither to establish any new monopolies of this kind, nor to extend further those which are already established

    33. It certainly didn’t extend to helping in a crisis

    34. As she sent Miklos and Eugenia up the ratlines to extend the sails, Nerissa reluctantly took over the sling

    35. the quarter, or not much above it, foreign corn could have been imported, either duty free, or upon paying only a small duty, it might have been exported again, with the benefit of the bounty, to the great loss of the public revenue, and to the entire perversion of the institution, of which the object was to extend the market for the home growth, not that for the growth of foreign countries

    36. The freedom of exportation enables it to extend cultivation for the supply of foreign nations

    37. to collect some mortals that would extend

    38. All the purposes of this trade being, in this manner, answered by a much smaller capital, there would have been a large spare capital to apply to other purposes; to improve the lands, to increase the manufactures, and to extend the commerce of Great Britain; to come into competition at least with the other British capitals employed in all those different ways, to reduce the rate of profit in them all, and thereby to give to Great Britain, in all of them, a superiority over other countries, still greater than what she at present enjoys

    39. The motion to extend store hours has been passed

    40. In Kale research, the benefits of lutein also extend to prevention of atherosclerosis

    41. In Africa and the East Indies, therefore, it was more difficult to displace the natives, and to extend the European plantations over the greater part of the lands of the original inhabitants

    42. But the private trade of the servants will naturally extend to a much greater variety of articles than the public trade of the company

    43. But the private trade of the servants may extend to all the different branches both of its inland and foreign trade

    44. It does not, however, like the American bounty, extend to the importation of undressed flax

    45. Perhaps the B’tari will extend their protection to you

    46. The laudable motive of all these regulations, is to extend our own manufactures, not by their own improvement, but by the depression of those of all our neighbours, and by putting an end, as much as possible, to the troublesome competition of such odious and disagreeable rivals

    47. Zorandi requested conservation mode; this could potentially extend his survival by up to fifty times, giving him at least ten thousand hours

    48. This custom, unknown to ancient times, seems not to be older than the end of the fifteenth, or beginning of the sixteenth century; that is, than the time when commerce first began to extend itself to the greater part of the nations of Europe, and when they first began to attend to its interests

    49. in making a road or canal to a distant part of the country, in order to extend the market for the produce of his own particular parish

    50. Both in the provinces of the five great farms (called so on account of an ancient division of the duties of customs into five great branches, each of which was originally the subject of a particular farm, though they are now all united into one), and in those which are said to be reckoned foreign, there are many local duties which do not extend beyond a particular town or district

    1. an extended Blog

    2. Here the structures of the canal-front only extended to this level, there were no residential trees above the single building that separated the basin from the canal

    3. “This is why I hate facing people as weak as you,” Scar told her as he extended his hand and picked up his gun

    4. Hammaker has extended this hypothesis to explain what is currently occurring on earth right now

    5. "That's all made of metal isn't it?" Estwig gasped as the landing legs extended

    6. As they did, a ramp extended

    7. Breathtakingly unoriginal, or could one say refreshingly retro? Only one tattoo was of real interest, the outstretched ends of a spider-web that extended around to his throat from the back of his neck

    8. What can I do you for?" He extended an inked hand

    9. He was holding an extended telescopic baton in his right hand

    10. I moved about on all fours with my right hand extended out in front of me

    11. " From where she hovered over his shoulder, she stabbed at the console with her extended finger

    12. From the four places on her torso where the artificial, machine limbs would have attached had they been represented, what looked like endless colored veins extended out from the neural interface ports, representing the connections between the breaching ship’s systems and the neural processors set in Chief Horcheese’s torso

    13. Now, her body extended all the way to the reactors and super-capacitors and particle emitters that would open the transit and breach space

    14. The basin was fixed to the wall by two long metal brackets that extended out from the wall along a groove moulded in the porcelain

    15. "Treasured memories will be," Kulai said and extended his hand in the native fashion

    16. The Northern Teeth were now visible to the north where they extended fifty miles further out onto the plains in the direction of Lastriss

    17. The dragon extended the wings and took a few steps and was

    18. When Lady Jennie hatched, she was accepted right along into our extended family

    19. In Isaiah chapter 24, it speaks in the last few verses about a time when the kings and rulers of this world will be tied up and thrown into a pit for an extended period of time

    20. Jake extended his wings took one leap and he was airborne

    21. He was landing, and stretched to his full height, wings extended out

    22. Fenced crops extended about five hundred yards from the village and quite a few kedas lounged about in the shade

    23. There was no contest; Rah dove on her claws extended and ripped her in two, throwing the halves into the air and flaming then to the ground

    24. Wings fully extended he landed stretched to his full height; carefully and slowly folded his wings, and turned his massive head and stared at the group of students standing in dumb awe at the sight of him

    25. As they swung around the males extended their claws and ripped the smaller ones to shreds

    26. Ichor let out a roar and with claws extended he went after the unlucky devil

    27. As he went spiraling downward the White flew after him; with claws extended he caught him and tore him in half

    28. Daniel stepped forward and extended his hand, “Welcome to Dragons Hill! I am Daniel, and this is my wife Lady Kate

    29. ” Kate came forward and extended her hand also

    30. Kate smiled at him and extended her hand to point the way

    31. Sally stepped forward and extended her hand, “thank you kind sir

    32. Duncan nodded and then extended his hand to Rayne

    33. If they held the two fore fingers entwined, it meant they were mates; if the lady’s hand was inside a full palm, it meant they were involved; and if the lady’s hand rested on top of the extended hand, then she was free and merely being escorted

    34. They extended it last year – converting an old barn to incorporate a small pool and some massage rooms

    35. If the third leg on the left side is extended then you are safe

    36. ” He extended his arm to Naria and waited

    37. “Lady Rayne, thank-you for coming so quickly,” she said as she extended her hand

    38. Duncan extended his hand and Tarak grabbed his forearm in the manner of the Ogatu

    39. He has agreed to have his extended family keep an eye on the forest and

    40. The jade bear extended his arm and dropped Joseph to the ground

    41. Matt appeared in front of Petr and extended his

    42. The pathway extended from

    43. They built into the midships sole a sleeved, retractable keel which when deployed extended to a depth of more than three feet, and from leading edge to following was also about three feet

    44. and never had extended any further

    45. “I think there are eighteen theaters holding matches in the extended Yakhan area

    46. Connor,” she said and extended her hand

    47. Gehring whenever she spoke of fashion, her hand poised as if extended for a kiss by a gentleman

    48. His guest smiled and extended his hand, when the younger man clasped it the old gent said, “I'm pulling for ya,” and he turned and stepped off the porch and headed up the road toward town

    49. take an extended absence of nearly a week, back in April, and it came

    50. with their extended family, would be joining the Guild of Directions,

    1. · Men complain of her nagging; but she is just extending her care-taking job that irritates men

    2. This building put most of the residence about twenty floors above the ground with a courtyard in the center and balconied residential turrets extending out and above that

    3. Where the limbs should have been that reached out to her world there were only bundles of colored control conduits extending off into the web around her

    4. ’ He said, holding out a bleeding hand towards her, wiping it quickly on his trousers before extending it again

    5. He went to entrance of the cave and extending his wings he took to the air

    6. "I understand," he said, and hauled himself up, extending his hand to Luray

    7. There was no visible stream here, just marsh and bog extending to the south as far as they could see

    8. “Duncan,” Alexei said as walked into the room extending his hand, “welcome back!”

    9. Resistance Apply a necessary amount of force without extending more

    10. of smooth tar macadam extending as far as the eye could see

    11. blackberry runners extending across the weed-infested gravel of the

    12. Another child reached for her feet but missed, two more boys threw themselves onto the bitter cold ice, and managed to reach her feet, she’d secured the youth's arm, extending above the icy water

    13. I am extending the track and building a tunnel behind the pool keeper’s house

    14. "We've never actually met, but I've heard so much about you," Alfred said to her while extending the hand toward her that wasn't holding a dart launcher, "I'm delighted to meet you Desa, I'm Alfred McReady, Alan's father

    15. The scarcity which prevailed in England, from 1693 to 1699, both inclusive, though no doubt principally owing to the badness of the seasons, and, therefore, extending through a considerable part of Europe, must have been somewhat enhanced by the bounty

    16. But the market for the wool and the hides, even of a barbarous country, often extending to the whole commercial world, it can very seldom be enlarged in the same proportion

    17. It obliges all of them to be more circumspect in their conduct, and, by not extending their currency beyond its due proportion to their cash, to guard themselves against those malicious runs, which the rivalship of so many competitors is always ready to bring upon them

    18. In the disorderly times which gave birth to those barbarous institutions, the great proprietor was sufficiently employed in defending his own territories, or in extending his jurisdiction and authority over those of his neighbours

    19. The introduction of the feudal law, so far from extending, may be regarded as an attempt to moderate, the authority of the great allodial lords

    20. They have no secrets, such as those of the greater part of manufacturers, but are generally rather fond of communicating to their neighbours, and of extending as far as possible any new practice which they may have found to be advantageous

    21. Four black clad men jumped from the helicopter and set up a white dish with a long white tube extending from its middle

    22. Towards the declension of the Roman republic, the allies of Rome, who had borne the principal burden of defending the state and extending the empire, demanded to be admitted to all the privileges of Roman citizens

    23. But after they had been so regulated and ascertained, how to hinder a person who was all-powerful from extending them beyond those regulations, was still very difficult, not to say impossible

    24. Extending from the ceiling was a brass chain

    25. As soon as the meeting is over, he will be released, and I will be extending my apologies

    26. In many cases the codes that are found by just extending the search terms up or down, result in a sentence that contains the search term and is often meaningful enough on its own

    27. It was still at full operational power, extending as far as the Kuiper belt

    28. By extending the British system of taxation to all the different provinces of the empire, inhabited by people either of British or European extraction, a much greater augmentation of revenue might be expected

    29. It is convenient for the Americans, who could always employ with profit, in the improvement of their lands, a greater stock than they can easily get, to save as much as possible the expense of so costly an instrument of commerce as gold and silver; and rather to employ that part of their surplus produce which would be necessary for purchasing those metals, in purchasing the instruments of trade, the materials of clothing, several parts of household furniture, and the iron work necessary for building and extending their settlements and plantations ; in purchasing not dead stock, but active and productive stock

    30. They are thereby enabled to convert the value of that gold and silver into the instruments of trade, into the materials of clothing, into household furniture, and into the iron work necessary for building and extending their settlements and plantations

    31. He saw no point in extending the fear and agony of his opponents

    32. A flightless bird species, the male of which displays a wonderful variety of colors when extending his tail feathers

    33. The subterranean complex had increased down in stepped levels and then extending horizontally at about five hundred metres a day

    34. In that and other ways he exploited the popularity of Eric’s book while repeating and extending its themes

    35. The building illuminated, sensing his presence, fluorescent strips extending to a near vanishing point

    36. Opening its mouth wide it hissed, raising its back into an arch, extending its claws

    37. Extending along its whole length were trenches, intersected with blockhouses, while below strong barbed-wire barricades were stretched along the base of the hill

    38. Turning slightly to the left, the cavalry then charged the main line of entrenchments, soon extending until they touched the centre division, assaulting San Juan

    39. Lawton also moved his division on the night of the 1st, but, through a mistake in the road, he was forced to march through by El Pozo, extending and strengthening the lines on the right early on July 2nd

    40. Sheena almost collapsed with the tension and Terry’s face fell as he hurried over, extending his hand to help Dawn up but she turned away from him

    41. When Alex reached out the cat lifted a paw, extending its claws, hissing and growling in the back of its throat

    42. We have reached a stage in our ―evolution‖ where, as a society, we are no longer willing or able to (either) appreciate or acknowledge the legitimacy of anything or any idea extending beyond our own immediate interests thereby engendering a Ptolemaic mindset where Man has become the center of his own universe

    43. Rand‘s cold-blooded philosophy, however, fails to factor the spiritual dimensions that (also) inform our actions…perhaps more so… extending beyond the internal limits of our

    44. A conscious ―awareness‖ extending beyond the ―imagined‖ limits of its immediate environment is questionable, to say the least

    45. This equally supports the argument that Infinity is a mathematical certainty extending in two opposite directions

    46. Recent events, however, have revealed a very disturbing trend; extending membership to ―former‖ antagonists whose ‖democratic‖ institutions and putative reforms remain problematical and its designs, (largely) untested

    47. ‖ Many individuals susceptible to teeming influences extending beyond their capacity to assimilate what is being conveyed and in what manner and why, for that matter, entirely dependent has the public become on its media ―mouthpieces‖ commissioned to do their thinking for them in a fruitless attempt at sorting out unintelligent pieces of information that, taken collectively, are even more meaningless, thereby frustrating further efforts to attain (true) knowledge while unsettling core beliefs

    48. The State of California has taken an certain step backwards in its putative efforts to secure our nation‘s borders when its feckless governor (Davis) signed a bill into law extending driver‘s licenses to illegal aliens

    49. These women, with few exceptions, were not motivated by a universal agenda (extending beyond the immediate requirements for Equal Rights) that has subsequently evolved in modern times into a feminization of the male ego, leaving in its wake something that can best be described as a masculine identity that is less than manly, giving subsequent rise to artificial relationships lacking fixed points of (gender) reference

    50. Morality, correctly understood, is a conventional construct; that is to say, of a nature predicated on many subjects providing a broader frame of reference extending beyond (the) individual

    1. He extends a hand, pulls Ahmed from the car with the help of Russ, who guides the prince to safety

    2. There is a countertop of polished wood that extends about the entire room; it is manned by many servers, so mead will be flowing freely

    3. even extends out beyond the confines of your skin

    4. This southeast country has a coastline that extends hundreds of miles into the Adriatic (part of the Mediterranean Sea)

    5. The common complaint, that luxury extends itself even to the lowest ranks of the people, and that the labouring poor will not now be contented with the same food, clothing, and lodging, which satisfied them in former times, may convince us that it is not the money price of labour only, but its real recompence, which has augmented

    6. last? It extends until the time of the gentiles is up, and then all Israel will be saved

    7. This flavour, real or imaginary, is sometimes peculiar to the produce of a few vineyards; sometimes it extends through the greater part of a small district, and sometimes through a considerable part of a large province

    8. Their market is not confined to the countries in the neighbourhood of the mine, but extends to the whole world

    9. The problem extends further

    10. How can there be two “ah-has” when one re-frames The other? – a higher insight? The next insight on an Infinite chain of ever-changing recognitions? Everything Falls into place, retrospectively, so each prior insight remains Valid in its place in the chain? The retroactive web Extends out further as its center swirls up:

    11. as in Scotland, paper money extends itself to a considerable part of the circulation between dealers and consumers

    12. Where it extends itself to a considerable part of the circulation between dealers and consumers, as in Scotland, and still more in North America, it banishes gold and silver almost entirely from the country ; almost all the ordinary transactions of its interior commerce being thus carried on by paper

    13. The extraordinary exportation of corn, therefore occasioned by the bounty, not only in every particular year diminishes the home, just as much as it extends the foreign market and consumption, but, by restraining the population and industry of the country, its final tendency is to stint and restrain the gradual extension of the home market ; and thereby, in the long-run, rather to diminish than to augment the whole market and consumption of corn

    14. This liberty, indeed, extends to no more than twenty-five of the different ports of Great Britain

    15. The public trade of the company extends no further than the trade with Europe, and comprehends a part only of the foreign trade of the country

    16. Though the produce of his estate may be sufficient to maintain, and may, perhaps, actually maintain, more than a thousand people, yet, as those people pay for every thing which they get from him, as he gives scarce any thing to any body but in exchange for an equivalent, there is scarce anybody who considers himself as entirely dependent upon him, and his authority extends only over a few menial servants

    17. extends therefore only to such tasks

    18. alleviating, aggravates, in most cases, the loss of the creditors of the public; and, without any advantage to the public, extends the calamity to a great number of other innocent people

    19. With this information, Harrocke, the pilot, was instructed to anchor the Shenandoah inside a long reef, which extends almost across the entrance to the harbor, rendering the

    20. It extends over the edge of the cliff so you can see the whole length of the valley, the mountains surrounding it and the river down at the bottom

    21. Cornell’s student union is six stories tall, and extends down the hill, such that you enter at a low level, and climb many stairs to get to the main area

    22. He extends his hand, and she shakes it

    23. 2 O my soul, you have said to the Lord, You are my Lord: my goodness extends not to you;

    24. It was one of those grabbing devices, the sort that extends up to several feet if you squeeze the handle, and was intended for use by anyone who had difficulty with their grip, especially older people

    25. For most people that is the extent of it, but for those of us who are more psychically sensitive, the re-enactment often extends to the muscles

    26. ” He paused there and then continued, “It also assumes that each of you has a strong moral core which extends well beyond our primary objectives

    27. way of illustration, the simile of the potter and the clay, and then extends the principal to show the

    28. In verse 21 there is another quotation that extends the above theme further:- Isaiah 65: 2

    29. inflammation, extends into deeper layers of the skin and may cause tissue

    30. Jaden sees shreds of glowing, digested material that resembles feces around this huge mountain that extends a mile high

    31. thing extends to his company’s involvement

    32. tomer base extends nationally and globally

    33. His ship quickly extends the shield over the area the boulders were at

    34. It is a direct hit and there is an explosion of fire that extends upwards

    35. The rook extends his rocky arms and crowns Jaden on his head

    36. The pit extends more into the forest area

    37. Reports suggest that the Scientific Facility extends many kilometres underground

    38. ” He extends his hand for me to draw closer

    39. ” He yawns and stretches as he stands, then extends his arms to me, to help me up

    40. ” He smiles and extends his hand to me as he stands

    41. ” She extends her arms and embraces me as I reach her

    42. ” Mother extends her hand with a fresh pint

    43. This work extends the Cartesian skeptical

    44. ” She extends her hand and Ms

    45. by the water, that extends its roots by a stream and will not fear

    46. project is not centered only on the I and its narcissism, but it extends to the

    47. within our galaxy This tail extends from Sagittarius’ centre and then arcs

    48. extends northward above our galaxy where it then turns and appears to be

    49. Based on her observations, the etheric body extends from one quarter to

    50. This space extends from there towards the nasal

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