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    1. There are lots of small things one can deliberately do to maintain a positive atmosphere even when under difficult situation

    2. Exercising in later years can help improve and maintain our health

    3. thoughts and maintain your energy because you are motivated by your

    4. To manage our weight and maintain optimum health, we have to focus on eating efficiently

    5. Their technicians maintain the entire system and you never have to worry if it has problems

    6. "Actually, she latched onto Jorma when I moved a couple cabins down the hall where I could maintain a once a week schedule

    7. Maintain a regular bed and wake time schedule including weekends

    8. The fund can afford to maintain a large research team for advising on buy/sell decisions

    9. She was using all her control to keep herself from running in panic as it was, without some contact with real land, she wouldn't have been able to maintain her control now

    10. Use peat moss or composted aged wood to maintain a balanced PH level

    11. What she chose to reveal was invariably better than the inter-intelligence communiqués where one agency often hid detail from another in order to maintain tactical advantage

    12. You relied on stealth and cruelty to maintain your position and your way

    13. Even those who move still have links with their traditional roots and maintain these connections in the Moko

    14. Those who governed sought to maintain a status quo

    15. Fred makes Betty’s day by kissing her and giving her a present of a bunch of roses – the wicked flirt that he is! I sometimes wonder just how involved he is with those two – I don’t watch their comings and goings but I am under no illusions, and do not believe for a moment the people who maintain that elderly people have no sex lives

    16. The simple fact of taking regular meals made such considerations difficult to maintain

    17. congregation in such a way as to maintain unity

    18. He had to maintain the code for the 'Houri' applications, in this case Delightia Mk VI, and he did the operation and set-up of the user application, so Jaseem could play it

    19. "Well it does have quite a few photosynthetic cells and can maintain its life in a passive float for years without prey

    20. style and maintain hair

    21. By dint of hiding in one or other of them whenever she felt particularly overcome, she managed to maintain her sanity

    22. Even though she wasn't supposed to be here, the time she spent on the avatar had taken away from time she could have spent automating this environment, so she had to maintain it now, as well as get some of that automation in place

    23. ‘We maintain duplicate lists

    24. had to maintain a watchful eye on Cosmicblasto and

    25. bakerfolk had stressed how important it was to maintain a clean

    26. Despite the vast distance geographically between Nepal and England, she continued to maintain her links to the Entertainers Guild that she helped found with the legacy left her by Joris Lilwin

    27. By the end of the 52nd shipping had to keep clearing to maintain a channel thru to Shempala

    28. She could barely maintain herself with a nice country garden

    29. Yeah, the country was just a vacation, but the barely literate could maintain themselves indefinitely with a garden

    30. You will have to bend your right knee a little to do this and at the same time your left leg should remain outstretched to maintain balance

    31. The Yogis maintain that you are only as old as your spine and that by keeping the spine in a flexible, elastic and healthy condition you can ward off old age for longer than you think

    32. It is worth a little trouble and exercise, is it not, to maintain one’s health? So practice this head rotating exercise whenever you have a quiet moment and can perform it inconspicuously

    33. They had, however, been scouting out a likely target and had chosen the slightly built young lady with the bulging money belt as the best source of the filthy lucre that they needed to maintain their lighter fuel and crack cocaine habits

    34. In spite of all Alan had done, Colonel Elmore Bovok still tried to maintain a friendship

    35. Remember, in order to maintain a long lasting relationship, it is important to have at least a few things that you and your loved one can laugh about, cry about, and even

    36. the best you can to maintain a healthy balance in communication, finances and interests, while

    37. She hasn’t been dependent on me financially for some years – she earns more than I do anyway – and when she pulled the plug on our marriage she insisted on being financially independent, seeing it as some sort of compensation for me if I didn’t have to maintain her

    38. Again, I find myself on the receiving end of an abject apology which leaves me gasping inwardly, though on the surface I think I maintain a straight face

    39. no kids to feed, you have no household to maintain

    40. It was never used because it is impractical to maintain this environment on Earth, but it has tremendous potential

    41. Jason made him also maintain a virtual model of the study planet as it actually exists, it had been his sentence to put as much time into that as he did into his imaginary one based on it

    42. He could maintain a level of detachment

    43. you see how important it is to maintain thoughts of

    44. and maintain the harmony of the energy field, so that

    45. She could imagine Bishop Rendellyn wanting to do this to her, but she knew he would have tried to encapsulate her via prayer, and had to have acolytes actually maintain the user settings for his universe

    46. maintain his or her environment/ immediate community as shown here

    47. We maintain the first six

    48. Therefore maintain a variety of things to occupy your God-given life

    49. popular culture to maintain a true being of self that is inclusive toward

    50. played, all of which helped to maintain its popularity long after the

    1. Thousands of generations ago, fleeing or fighting in stressful situations was not a good option for a female who was pregnant or taking care of offspring, and women who developed and maintained social alliances were better able to care for offspring in stressful times

    2. In animals, this balance is maintained through proper nutrition, proper elimination and proper exercise

    3. However, Yoga practice can be maintained at the same intensity as the nature of exercise is without strain

    4. This site is maintained by the Senior Citizens Forum, Bhopal

    5. the rangers of texas who maintained law and order in the Old

    6. The Brazilians maintained that the horrors were real: genetically modified people; eternal mortal youth without hope of, or belief in, the afterlife; rampant drug abuse and promiscuity; all ruled by a secret cabal of ancient evil scientists called the Kassikan

    7. They maintained the atmosphere was chaotically driven by the continental contours and their details were unknown

    8. However, unity should be more easily achieved and maintained

    9. It should be made known to all His Majesty's subjects that secrecy is to be maintained, now more than ever

    10. In spite of the fact that much of this planet's air is much thicker than on Earth, there are other places where it is much thinner and this society maintained telescopes that one needed to climb in pressurized tunnels to visit, so they had a better view of space than anyone had from Earth before space travel, the Kassikan received data from multiple observatories two miles or more above the peak of Mount Everest

    11. Torbold had maintained a close watch on the cottage, reporting after dark when it was safe, and also taking advantage of the opportunity to use the bathroom facilities

    12. ‘At least that was the fantasy we maintained

    13. This in turn leads to a lecture from Wiesse on how important this waterway is as an artery to the West Country, stressing how vital it is for local commerce and going into incredible and extremely boring detail about how it is maintained and how much it costs

    14. are supported and maintained in proper relation to one another by means of fibrous and

    15. in municipally maintained beds and banks of colour

    16. He makes the point that if I decide to press charges, my anonymity could be maintained … though I don’t see how … Jim accepts this course of action on my behalf, saying that he’ll contact Joan’s next of kin and see if that produces any possible way out of this impasse

    17. I maintained the

    18. I’ve always maintained that lovemaking is not a spectator sport

    19. it appears to have been reasonably successful as a business because they maintained this house and when Bunty came back she was able to find sufficient cash to repair the house

    20. Bunty used to console herself with that – she always maintained that there was no point worrying about what you couldn’t do

    21. “Now, at that period, of course we maintained a twenty-four hour

    22. course, it’s been maintained and reinforced several times since then

    23. 26 was well maintained but Roman’s house stuck out like a mansion in the middle

    24. Historically, we have maintained a

    25. It looked like some places had been converted to cheap housing about a century ago and never maintained

    26. there the secret of the Siberian crossing was to be maintained, even

    27. Roman’s brown eyes reflected the candlelight as he maintained eye contact

    28. The grounds are quite extensive and well maintained by a thirty-something, handsome, part-time gardener … Dad tells me that some of the old ladies spend a considerable amount of time watching the gardener and trying to entice him into their flats

    29. So, two representations of a single phenomena are maintained: all-to-nothing and doubling/halving

    30. It was now grimy stone and concrete factories where textile machinery was made and maintained

    31. The livery's wagons, carriages and other vehicular assets had to be maintained for service

    32. Except in her case, Emme had maintained it had to be handed down to her oldest Granddaughter; Emma's Grandmother, despite what Old Johnny thought or pressed Emme to do

    33. ” Belle simply nodded, as Mandy came from Bungalow Seven with a tray of refreshments, the ingredients for which she consistently maintained in 'her' rooms

    34. maintained close relationships with the sect, and - all in all

    35. By the time the street got to the bridge there were two stories of stone, well maintained, before the grown houses

    36. Kaitlyn alone maintained her composure and answered

    37. As it was, he got out in time, he knew because of the listen-only connection he had maintained thruout

    38. After a little maintenance neglect, the resurrection costs exceed the cost of commercially available space that has been properly maintained and operating and kept its value

    39. knows how the stallholders maintained their sanity during

    40. years old and it had probably been that long since it was maintained

    41. They’ve maintained that resolve to this very day

    42. 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

    43. In the meantime he must, in many cases, be maintained by his parents or relations,

    44. Lang's Making of Religion was heavily influenced by the 18th century idea of the "noble savage": in it, he maintained the existence of high spiritual ideas among so-called "savage" races, drawing parallels with the contemporary interest in occult phenomena in England

    45. The quantity of labour, indeed, which it can purchase, is not always equal to what it could maintain, if managed in the most economical manner, on account of the high wages which are sometimes given to labour ; but it can always purchase such a quantity of labour as it can maintain, according to the rate at which that sort of labour is commonly maintained in the neighbourhood

    46. But land, in almost any situation, produces a greater quantity of food than what is sufficient to maintain all the labour necessary for bringing it to market, in the most liberal way in which that labour is ever maintained

    47. The landlord gains both ways; by the increase of the produce, and by the diminution of the labour which must be maintained out of it

    48. A greater quantity of labour, therefore, must be maintained out of it; and the surplus, from which are drawn both the profit of the farmer and the rent of the landlord, must be diminished

    49. This was too heavy to move so he put up a nice stone torch in there and kept it filled, one of seven lanterns he maintained on that stairway today

    50. Whatever was the rate at which labour was commonly maintained in that country, this greater surplus could always maintain a greater quantity of it, and, consequently, enable the landlord to purchase or command a greater quantity of it

    1. To regain balance we must stop relying on chemicals to control our pests but instead rely more on maintaining a balanced ecosystem, diversity rich with bacteria and enzymes

    2. The importance of maintaining liquidity in investments cannot be overstated especially for retirees

    3. The technicians believe that they are instruments of God's will by making this happen while maintaining their humility among the non-technical

    4. It was little better than maintaining fuel delivery piping while he was mortal, but in this society, it was a living

    5. The Guilds, being built on commerce, are very keen on maintaining the peace

    6. Eating foods that are rich in vitamin A is important in maintaining a healthy skin

    7. “Models” in a MVC based application are the components of the application that are responsible for maintaining state

    8. While maintaining this strength in the resistance

    9. Now, while maintaining this low level of strength in

    10. battle to preserve his or her stature by drawing in and maintaining members

    11. maintaining tractors and other machinery powered by internal

    12. He specialised in maintaining radio links and worked in exchanges as well

    13. “I don’t know who that is any better than anyone else at the Kassikan,” he said, maintaining the house line

    14. Buttworst said, his eyes maintaining contact with the reluctant janitor

    15. An apprenticeship was arranged and Harry embarked upon his fledgeling vocation while still maintaining his Malvern studies

    16. “Now this is cozy,” she said, maintaining that position

    17. But there is no country in which the whole annual produce is employed in maintaining the industrious

    18. When the landlord, annuitant, or monied man, has a greater revenue than what he judges sufficient to maintain his own family, he employs either the whole or a part of the surplus in maintaining one or more menial servants

    19. The demand for labourers, the funds destined for maintaining them increase, it seems, still faster than they can find labourers to employ

    20. Farmers, upon such occasions, expect more profit from their corn by maintaining a few more labouring servants, than by selling it at a low price in the market

    21. soul and telling the unadulterated truth, or maintaining

    22. He was far too fearful of LeCynic's wrath to do the deed himself, therefore, Katrina's only hope lay in the possibility that she could at least persuade him to enlist the services of someone capable of the task, all while maintaining his powers of stealth

    23. Their price, therefore, in such countries, must be sufficient to pay the expense of building and maintaining what they cannot be had without

    24. Though its cultivation, therefore, requires more labour, a much greater surplus remains after maintaining all that labour

    25. Should this root ever become in any part of Europe, like rice in some rice countries, the common and favourite vegetable food of the people, so as to occupy the same proportion of the lands in tillage, which wheat and other sorts of grain for human food do at present, the same quantity of cultivated land would maintain a much greater number of people ; and the labourers being generally fed with potatoes, a greater surplus would remain after replacing all the stock, and maintaining all the labour employed in cultivation

    26. was maintaining his impatience with a visible effort

    27. The person who employs his stock in maintaining labour, necessarily wishes to employ it in such a manner as to produce as great a quantity of work as possible


    29. The gross revenue of all the inhabitants of a great country comprehends the whole annual produce of their land and labour; the neat revenue, what remains free to them, after deducting the expense of maintaining first, their fixed, and, secondly, their circulating capital, or what, without encroaching upon their capital, they can place in their stock reserved for immediate consumption, or spend upon their subsistence

    30. The expense of maintaining the fixed capital in a great country, may very properly be compared to that of repairs in a private estate

    31. Every saving, therefore, in the expense of maintaining the fixed capital, which does not diminish the productive powers of labour, must increase the fund which puts industry into motion, and consequently the annual produce of land and labour, the real revenue of every society

    32. maintaining the family, remains a mystery for

    33. The debtors of such a bank as that whose conduct I have been giving some account of were likely, the greater part of them, to be chimerical projectors, the drawers and redrawers of circulating bills of exchange, who would employ the money in extravagant undertakings, which, with all the assistance that could be given them, they would probably never be able to complete, and which, if they should be completed, would never repay the expense which they had really cost, would never afford a fund capable of maintaining a quantity of labour equal to that which had been employed about them

    34. The sober and frugal debtors of private persons, on the contrary, would be more likely to employ the money borrowed in sober undertakings which were proportioned to their capitals, and which, though they might have less of the grand and the marvellous, would have more of the solid and the profitable ; which would repay with a large profit whatever had been laid out upon them, and which would thus afford a fund capable of maintaining a much greater quantity of labour than that which had been employed about them

    35. A man grows rich by employing a multitude of manufacturers ; he grows poor by maintaining a multitude or menial servants

    36. According, therefore, as a smaller or greater proportion of it is in any one year employed in maintaining unproductive hands, the more in the one case, and the less in the other, will remain for the productive, and the next year's produce will be greater or smaller accordingly ; the whole annual produce, if we except the spontaneous productions of the earth, being the effect of productive labour

    37. He employs it, therefore, in maintaining productive hands only ; and after having served in the function of a capital to him, it constitutes a revenue to them

    38. Whenever he employs any part of it in maintaining unproductive hands of any kind, that part is from that moment withdrawn from his capital, and placed in his stock reserved for immediate consumption

    39. Unproductive labourers, and those who do not labour at all, are all maintained by revenue; either, first, by that part of the annual produce which is originally destined for constituting a revenue to some particular persons, either as the rent of land, or as the profits of stock ; or, secondly, by that part which, though originally destined for replacing a capital, and for maintaining productive labourers only, yet when it comes into their hands, whatever part of it is over and above their necessary subsistence, may be employed in maintaining indifferently either productive or unproductive hands

    40. Thus, not only the great landlord or the rich merchant, but even the common workman, if his wages are considerable, may maintain a menial servant; or he may sometimes go to a play or a puppet-show, and so contribute his share towards maintaining one set of unproductive labourers; or he may pay some taxes, and thus help to maintain another set, more honourable and useful, indeed, but equally unproductive

    41. No part of the annual produce, however, which had been originally destined to replace a capital, is ever directed towards maintaining unproductive hands, till after it has put into motion its full complement of productive labour, or all that it could put into motion in the way in which it was employed

    42. Whatever a person saves from his revenue he adds to his capital, and either employs it himself in maintaining an additional number of productive hands, or enables some other person to do so, by lending it to him for an interest, that is, for a share of the profits

    43. Every year there would still be a certain quantity of food and clothing, which ought to have maintained productive, employed in maintaining unproductive hands

    44. The whole, or almost the whole public revenue is, in most countries, employed in maintaining unproductive hands

    45. Such are the people who compose a numerous and splendid court, a great ecclesiastical establishment, great fleets and armies, who in time of peace produce nothing, and in time of war acquire nothing which can compensate the expense of maintaining them, even while the war lasts

    46. When multiplied, therefore, to an unnecessary number, they may in a particular year consume so great a share of this produce, as not to leave a sufficiency for maintaining the productive labourers, who should reproduce it next year

    47. The number of its productive labourers, it is evident, can never be much increased, but in consequence of an increase of capital, or of the funds destined for maintaining them

    48. In each of those periods, however, there was not only much private and public profusion, many expensive and unnecessary wars, great perversion of the annual produce from maintaining productive to maintain unproductive hands; but sometimes, in the confusion of civil discord, such absolute waste and destruction of stock, as might be supposed, not only to retard, as it certainly did, the natural accumulation of riches, but to have left the country, at the end of the period, poorer than at the beginning

    49. So great a share of the annual produce of the land and labour of the country, has, since the Revolution, been employed upon different occasions, in maintaining an extraordinary number of unproductive hands

    50. But had not those wars given this particular direction to so large a capital, the greater part of it would naturally have been employed in maintaining productive hands, whose labour would have replaced, with a profit, the whole value of their consumption

    1. Medically, Yoga maintains the body parameters to a ripe old age (as the nature of yogic exercise is unlike other systems), which is anti-aging

    2. He maintains he was totally unaware of this and is shocked that his wife of only a few years should have behaved so badly

    3. " Apollo maintains his silence as I continue, "You know the Corsair was once part of Alcazar and there are ties that reach across to both sides

    4. popular engrossment of the age she or he maintains her or his being as

    5. did see Madame Beauchamp (and she maintains that you

    6. maintains him through all the different stages of his employment

    7. In adjusting the terms of the lease, the landlord endeavours to leave him no greater share of the produce than what is sufficient to keep up the stock from which he furnishes the seed, pays the labour, and purchases and maintains the cattle and other instruments of husbandry, together with the ordinary profits of farming stock in the neighbourhood

    8. The same extent of ground not only maintains a greater number of cattle, but as they we brought within a smaller compass, less labour becomes requisite to tend them, and to collect their produce

    9. Land, however improved, will yield no revenue without a circulating capital, which maintains the labourers who cultivate and collect its produce

    10. The expense of a great lord feeds generally more idle than industrious people The rich merchant, though with his capital he maintains industrious people only, yet by his expense, that is, by the employment of his revenue, he feeds commonly the very same sort as the great lord

    11. But the whole produce of the land undoubtedly belongs to him, who can dispose of the labour and service of all those whom it maintains

    12. In the one way, besides, this expense maintains productive, in the other unproductive hands

    13. All that I mean is, that the one sort of expense, as it always occasions some accumulation of valuable commodities, as it is more favourable to private frugality, and, consequently, to the increase of the public capital, and as it maintains productive rather than unproductive hands, conduces more than the other to the growth of public opulence

    14. Among all the absurd speculations that have been propagated concerning the balance of trade, it has never been pretended that either the country loses by its commerce with the town, or the town by that with the country which maintains it

    15. who maintains an everlasting Auschwitz for his enemies whom

    16. Indirectly, perhaps, he maintains as great, or even a greater number of people, than he could have done by the ancient method of expense

    17. When the great proprietors of land spend their rents in maintaining their tenants and retainers, each of them maintains entirely all his own tenants and all his own retainers

    18. As the expense of purchasing those unnecessary utensils would diminish, instead of increasing, either the quantity or goodness of the family provisions; so the expense of purchasing an unnecessary quantity of gold and silver must, in every country, as necessarily diminish the wealth which feeds, clothes, and lodges, which maintains and employs the people

    19. Tote, however, sticks to his guns and maintains that the results of his experiments speak for themselves

    20. Space: In order that air circulates in the body and maintains a proper balance, there has to be space

    21. Uar maintains the balance in this milky way,

    22. The most advantageous employment of any capital to the country to which it belongs, is that which maintains there the greatest quantity of productive labour, and increases the most the annual produce of the land and labour of that country

    23. Its effect has consequently been, to turn a part of the capital of Great Britain from an employment in which it would have maintained a greater quantity of manufacturing industry, to one in which it maintains a much smaller, and thereby to diminish, instead of increasing, the whole quantity of

    24. First, this class, it is acknowledged, reproduces annually the value of its own annual consmnption, and continues, at least, the existence of the stock or capital which maintains and employs it

    25. Farmers and country labourers, indeed, over and above the stock which maintains and employs them, reproduce annually a neat produce, a free rent to the landlord

    26. Its followers are very numerous ; and as men are fond of paradoxes, and of appearing to understand what surpasses the comprehensions of ordinary people, the paradox which it maintains, concerning the unproductive nature of manufacturing labour, has not, perhaps, contributed a little to increase the number of its admirers

    27. When he goes to war, either to defend his society, or to revenge the injuries which have been done to it by other societies, he maintains himself by his own labour, in the same manner as when he lives at home

    28. A standing army establishes, with an irresistible force, the law of the sovereign through the remotest provinces of the empire, and maintains some degree of regular government in countries which could not otherwise admit of any

    29. It is the instrument which executes and maintains all his other regulations

    30. The thousand men whom he thus maintains, depending entirely upon him for their subsistence, must both obey his orders in war, and submit to his jurisdiction in peace

    31. So we now have a situation in which the Earth, having a stronger magnetic field, maintains a layer of water in a zone above the atmosphere where the forces that act on the water are in equilibrium

    32. The military establishment which she maintains for her own defence in time of peace, is more moderate than that of any European state, which can pretend to rival her either in wealth or in power

    33. Compare that liberalism of freedom with current American liberalism of all power to the state, which maintains that nothing should be sacred from the ministrations of the government

    34. He maintains that an economy and a society cannot be just unless wealth is shared equally by all and sundry

    35. A progressive (also read: liberal) stance maintains most if not all of the following propositions, and will in most cases brook no opposition to them

    36. " The Post maintains that this stance is held at the same time that we are in a war to free another country from the clutches of other religious conservatives

    37. Cheney defends torture or “enhanced interrogation” to this day and maintains that it led to saving lives and prevented terrorist attacks

    38. Nevertheless, another legend of local folklore maintains that “a series of relentless sea tempests had whipped Temasek

    39. that maintains a relationship over time needs the contributions of the mind

    40. I had to congratulate the owner’s charming wife Nui on the beautiful gardens she maintains in the small complex

    41. This solution maintains the Coordenational Structure with effectiveness and it reinforces the power of actuation of Bank3Sector in Brazil, Japan and USA when giving safety in the process of implantation of the new systematics

    42. And maintains many of his friends,

    43. maintains a balance within the emotional division and maintains harmony between the three divisions of the

    44. Mattathias cried throughout the city with a loud voice, saying, whoever is zealous of the law, and maintains the covenant, let him

    45. be this whitewashed tomb that maintains a

    46. and maintains a statewide network of

    47. maintains a satisfactory safety rating with the

    48. Who maintains the

    49. The heat maintains the flame, the flame con-

    50. But, Christianity maintains the potential for a bottom line based on truth because of the portions of the Bible that discuss Jesus

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