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    1. Anything that would hinder us from that kind of relationship and communion with God in this life should be cast aside


    2. hinder the free flow of energy to the glands


    3. Such enhancements of the market price are evidently the effect of natural causes, which may hinder the effectual demand from ever being fully supplied, and which may continue, therefore, to operate for ever


    4. Nothing will hinder the Kingdom moving through them


    5. nothing that will hinder the Kingdom from moving through us


    6. Nothing was able to hinder


    7. when evil men tried to hinder them from preaching, they would


    8. natural realm, but it did not hinder us because we had great faith


    9. strength and dexterity of his hands ; and to hinder him from employing this strength and


    10. But though the law cannot hinder people of the


















































































    1. cooking, but the stress of the situation hindered my judgment


    2. that hindered them from seeing clearly


    3. The value of silver, therefore, in proportion to that of corn, had probably risen somewhat before the end of the last century; and it seems to have continued to do so during the course of the greater part of the present, though the necessary operation of the bounty must have hindered that rise from being so sensible as it otherwise would have been in the actual state of tillage


    4. Between 1741 and 1750, however, the bounty must have hindered the price of corn from falling so low in the home market as it naturally would have done


    5. To the judges who were to decide the business, it appeared a most satisfactory account of the matter, when they were told that foreign trade brought money into the country, but that the laws in question hindered it from bringing so much as it otherwise would do


    6. It is partly owing to the easy transportation of gold and silver, from the places where they abound to those where they are wanted, that the price of those metals does not fluctuate continually, like that of the greater part of other commodities, which are hindered by their bulk from shifting their situation, when the market happens to be either over or under-stocked with them


    7. But if foreigners, either by prohibitions or high duties, are hindered from coming to sell, they cannot always afford to come to buy ; because, coming without a cargo, they must lose the freight from their own country to Great Britain


    8. It was about the same time that the French and English began mutually to oppress each other's industry, by the like duties and prohibitions, of which the French, however, seem to have set the first example, The spirit of hostility which has subsisted between the two nations ever since, has hitherto hindered them from being moderated on either side


    9. Your goals are temporarily hindered and as a result, you are unable to progress any further


    10. It increased the business of the corn merchant in both; and in the years of scarcity, it not only enabled him to import a greater quantity, but to sell it for a better price, and consequently with a greater profit, than he could otherwise have made, if the plenty of one year had not been more or less hindered from relieving the scarcity of another












































































    1. During this short period, its only effect must have been, by encouraging the exportation of the surplus produce of every year, and thereby hindering the abundance of one year from compensating the scarcity of another, to raise the price in the home market


    2. To see a ghoul in your dream suggests that your habits and negative ways are hindering your growth


    3. If you are lost or trapped in a jungle, then it indicates that your negative feelings are hindering your progress


    4. In years of plenty, the bounty necessarily occasioned a greater exportation than would otherwise have taken place ; and by hindering the plenty of the one year from relieving the scarcity of another, it occasioned in years of scarcity a greater importation than would otherwise have been necessary


    5. The hindering block to unity comprises people whose energy is steeped in greed and dominance as they wish the climate of disparity to remain


    6. But as capital can be increased only by savings from revenue, the monopoly, by hindering it from affording so great a revenue as it would otherwise afford, necessarily hinders it from increasing so fast as it would otherwise increase, and consequently from maintaining a still greater quantity of productive labour, and affording a still greater revenue to the industrious inhabitants of that country


    7. Even with a pole missing, the shelter went up with relative ease, their experience with it beginning to show, even with the cold hindering their movement


    8. There were large and small stones hindering our progress


    9. This indirect partner ends up hindering the investment of private initiative for wealth’ building


    10. time, thus hindering the process of proving statements referring to historical descriptions that





























































    1. the flesh that hinders our walk with God


    2. necessary for a great merchant, which nothing hinders him from becoming but the want of a


    3. working at what he thinks proper, so it hinders the others from employing whom they think


    4. The price of corn, though at all times liable to variation varies most in those turbulent and disorderly societies, in which the interruption of all commerce and communication hinders the plenty of one part of the country from relieving the scarcity of another


    5. It hinders our own workmen from furnishing their goods for so small a quantity of silver as they otherwise might do, and enables the Dutch to furnish theirs for a smaller


    6. It not only hinders, at all times, their capital from maintaining so great a quantity of productive labour as it would otherwise maintain, but it hinders it from increasing so fast as it would otherwise increase, and, consequently, from maintaining a still greater quantity of productive labour


    7. The monopoly hinders the capital of that country, whatever may, at any particular time, be the extent of that capital, from maintaining so great a quantity of productive labour as it would otherwise maintain, and from affording so great a revenue to the industrious inhabitants as it would otherwise afford


    8. But as capital can be increased only by savings from revenue, the monopoly, by hindering it from affording so great a revenue as it would otherwise afford, necessarily hinders it from increasing so fast as it would otherwise increase, and consequently from maintaining a still greater quantity of productive labour, and affording a still greater revenue to the industrious inhabitants of that country


    9. Whatever, therefore, raises the rate of mercantile profit, either lessens the superiority, or increases the inferiority of the profit of improvement : and, in the one case, hinders capital from going to improvement, and in the other draws capital from it; but by discouraging improvement, the monopoly necessarily retards the natural increase of another great original source of revenue, the rent of land


    10. The monopoly raises the rate of profit, but it hinders the sum of profit from rising so high as it otherwise would do









































































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