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    1. The cost of a new phone wasn't something he could permit himself these days

    2. He does not have a residence permit

    3. cheeks, although she would only permit herself one glass for now

    4. with you, those who doubt… Jesus did not permit the mourners to be where

    5. And I do not permit a woman to teach or to have authority over a man, but to be in silence"(bold mine - RR)

    6. attend business meetings of the church, but did not permit them to have a voice in the

    7. That we permit such creatures to live and walk about on the planet! It wouldn’t have happened in the old days, you know, oh no!”

    8. Her family had problems in spite of their aboriginal permit

    9. Once things started getting glitchy, Arthur would certainly permit it

    10. “I am in love with her now,” Jorma said, “as much as she can permit

    11. “Contrition is all well and good,” Varn’m said, “But because the All of Knowledge of All of Lands does not permit shonggot to me made or sold by it’s vendors and purveyors, your business with the Kassikan and all its subsidiaries is hereby terminated and all accounts must be settled within one year

    12. Either existence ceases entirely or natural law won't permit us to find out what occurs

    13. When Heather Lytle began her career in marketing, the Internet was still for the elite and geeky, the founder of Facebook didn’t even have his driver’s permit, and Google was simply an idea

    14. ”[40] You have to learn that unconditional happiness exists, and you need to learn how to permit it to come into your life

    15. as much as she would permit enjoyment to enter into the evil process, of course, he reminded himself

    16. Her parents had forced her to have an abortion and flatly refused to permit her to marry the boy

    17. The rocky terrain did not permit travel in a properly straight line so every half hour or thereabouts Melissa Clarke would take another bearing to ensure that they wasted no time heading off in the wrong direction

    18. The ancient Egyptians had a superstitious aversion to the sea; and as the Gentoo religion does not permit its followers to light a fire, nor consequently to dress any victuals, upon the water, it, in effect, prohibits them from all distant sea voyages

    19. It is the interest of every man to live as much at his ease as he can; and if his emoluments are to be precisely the same, whether he does or does not perform some very laborious duty, it is certainly his interest, at least as interest is vulgarly understood, either to neglect it altogether, or, if he is subject to some authority which will not suffer him to do this, to perform it in as careless and slovenly a manner as that authority will permit

    20. In general, the richest and best endowed universities have been slowest in adopting those improvements, and the most averse to permit any considerable change in the established plan of education

    21. The inland trade is almost perfectly free ; and the greater part of goods may be carried from one end of the kingdom to the other, without requiring any permit or let-pass, without being subject to question, visit or examination, from the revenue officers

    22. But wouldn’t a fireplace and central heat be nice - and windows that would permit the light to brighten a room without seeping cold air - a place like Josh’s?

    23. permit for our construction project, where the tallest tower was

    24. permit from so-and-so was so that they could clear our project

    25. You must provide access to a beach and you must not encroach on it without a permit

    26. I finally received a joint permit with Armstrong, and we rode in at midday

    27. It does not permit unselfish feelings or affections because such ―designs‖ are perceived as being deeply rooted (or motivated) in the individual (alone)

    28. Although international treaties and alliances are of vital importance to the security of any nation, they must neither compromise a nation‘s sovereignty nor permit conflicting (national) interests to undermine that nation‘s purposeful designs unless intended to promote harm to other (peaceful) nations

    29. In addition, few were the means of communication that would permit opposing views in defense of the war

    30. I had been selected for a role, and he would not permit me to do less than fulfill it completely, because it was only in that role that he desired me

    31. He knew that Michael did not have a permit for a weapon, so he arrested him for armed assault of a police officer and for the unlicensed gun

    32. Michael, indeed, had a concealed pistol permit, he contended – although, as Edgar recalled, Michael knew nothing about it when he arrested him

    33. Not only was there constant jolting, swaying and vibrating, with an associated clamor, but in many places there was only a single set of rails, so that they were literally side-tracked for hours at a time, to permit those in charge of the Polish railway, for reasons of their own, to hold the main line open

    34. You don’t have a Victorian permit for those guns

    35. The agent traced her operator’s permit along the base of the entry, obviously comparing the data

    36. Colling was uncertain as to whether he would welcome that, but he did admit to himself that a transfer Stateside would permit him to locate Elizabeth; and if he returned to civilian life, he could resume his education

    37. To land on the mountain requires a Government permit because it's off season

    38. The gates are chained and you can’t fly or drive in without an authorised government permit" said Blair

    39. Considering the flight was only booked for fifteen minutes, Blair had looked after them very well, and charged the original price quoted without the additional one hundred and twenty dollars for the permit

    40. I have no papers that will permit the border to be crossed

    41. In those first days, Elizabeth spent most of her time sleeping, sometimes fitfully as her fever rose and fell, awakening only long enough to permit him or Helga to give her meat broth and soup

    42. Discussing what might have gone wrong in the past, and seeking to come up with logical explanations for what had occurred, seemed to permit Elizabeth, at least to a limited extent, to come to grips with what she had experienced

    43. She substituted herself for Elizabeth to permit her to escape

    44. The burly policeman who had been standing guard turned and opened it to permit two more black-jacketed men to enter

    45. Is this then the larger meaning that the parable points us toward? That’s anybody’s guess, but maybe this is as large as our present understanding will permit

    46. “As I said, sir, Stanley Warrencliffe is a name I used to permit me to travel in Poland

    47. the EPA and that is the first time in its 40 year history that the agency has vetoed a permit after it was

    48. Arch Coal already had a permit to dig

    49. 2009 the EPA announced that it was holding up 79 permit applications for hilltop mining in the states of

    50. A bill was passed by the Republican Congress in 1995 to permit drilling for oil and gas but President

    1. ‘Drens suggests that we use the forrard area when the weather permits

    2. From there I applied for full-time positions and worked 20 years for the Department of Transportation, selling Hauling Permits to truckers or trucking companies, billing companies for Outdoor Advertising, and later I paid the bills to State Contractors

    3. The facilities there are very well designed, giving the occupants a high degree of privacy while at the same time providing a community within which they can live as full a life as their age or infirmity permits

    4. “Desa; there is no way I could explain to you in a single evening all the permits and rules and regulations that go into the sale of something so simple as a meal

    5. The outside of the ship and the inside are completely insulated from each other by a virtuality boundary and neither can find out anything about the other except as the system permits

    6. It had, perhaps, even long before his time, acquired that full complement of riches which the nature of its laws and institutions permits it to acquire

    7. This permits him to hone in on minute movements on the forest floor that would surely go undetected by you and me—not only due to our lesser developed ear antennas we’ve got plopped on each side, but more so caused by our constant inner noise and mental distraction that we are subjected to by our ever-present and overly-active ego

    8. The same statute permits, at the lowest prices, the importation of corn in order to be exported again, duty free, provided it is in the mean time lodged in a warehouse under the joint locks of the king and the importer

    9. „Suicide of the West," permits Western Civilization to be reconciled to its dissolution

    10. „Victory – Federal Judge Permits Father of Serviceman killed on U

    11. Our guys were shoving the requests for permits at the

    12. She’d played the leading role in the research and development of the drug, and had done so without the proper permits

    13. If you ignored all the other vehicles, fishery inspectors, national park rangers checking camping permits, and police patrolling the beach as if it was a highway, Double Island was as pristine now as back in the early seventies

    14. On 10/1/2009 the EPA said it had held up 79 permits to extract

    15. About 180 permits await approval

    16. bureaucrat approval and permits issued nothing has been accomplished

    17. Congress could help by reducing the licensing and permits required by various levels of

    18. will cause an ‘opening’ on the left rear of you that permits a safe

    19. licenses and permits required to operate, and

    20. They obtain the necessary permits,

    21. As a bridge permits the traffic be-

    22. related areas such as location scouting, shooting permits,

    23. On 10/1/2009 the EPA said it had held up 79 permits to extract coal and the industry stated that thousands of jobs are now threatened

    24. Duke Energy and American Electric Power have planned that the construction of 240 miles of transmission lines in Indiana will require 6 years to complete because of the time necessary to obtain government permits and finish the law suits that environmentalists will bring against that

    25. Mother Earth worshippers have objected to the development of hydro power because of their love of fish and the resulting long waits for federal permits have interfered with more development

    26. We can not get a bill through the Senate that permits drilling for oil in Alaska

    27. 4 billion was for permits and leases) over the last five years in preparation and now is forced to stop

    28. Then there would have to be seismic surveys and federal air permits obtained before drilling could start

    29. Bromwich has told the industry that he won‘t succumb to ―political pressure‖ to speed up this process and that a slow rate of permits approval is the ―cost of improving safety‖

    30. He has ―not succumbed‖ and no drilling has been approved as of February 18, 2011 and so Judge martin Feldman has ordered the Obama administration to grant a set of five permits for deepwater drilling in the Gulf within thirty days

    31. His EPA has refused to issue permits

    32. One of those new taxes has existed since 1926 and permits a percentage depletion allowance and the other has existed since 1913 and permits deductions for intangible drilling costs

    33. There has been talk about promoting nuclear energy but as of November 2010 there have been no permits or approvals issued to start anything

    34. Permits to mine that were previously granted have now been rescinded and Mountain Top Removal is being held up in West Virginia

    35. Knowledge that the world is unknown permits us to say

    36. weather permits for the time you have and you

    37. includes obtaining the necessary permits from the city

    38. We are dealing with a far more sinister type of activity because it permits the enemy to guide and shape our policy

    39. There are inevitably tools, permits, supplies, and labor that were not counted on in the initial budget figures as well as the

    40. The Coast Guard had endorsed the single-hull barge ban in 1979, but subsequently disavowed the proposal when USCG officials and barge owners concluded the proposed fees, permits and construction costs would be problematic and unnecessary, because serious barge spills on the 1250 mile stretch of river under consideration were infrequent (“Group Urges Double Hulls…,” 1993)

    41. "I've been preparing this for more than two years now—the English end of it—the coins, the permits for scientific experimentation from the Home Office, the relationship with the fellow who rented us part of his estate

    42. Our first priority in seeking God should always be for us to be more one with His love! Then if somewhere down the road He permits us to share, then we can do so

    43. The lips which could have revealed exactly how he managed to obtain the building materials, the permits, the labour and the architectural expertise were sealed forever, but in less than a year there, suddenly, among all the rubble and destruction of a dead city, rose this magnificent little eatery serving delectable cuisine

    44. our competitors who have a clause in their contracts which permits them

    45. It permits the actor to use his entire body, not just face and voice

    46. While the market moves in any direction not along a straight line but along a zigzag, the mutual placement of upper and bottom points of those zigzags permits to plot a line connecting the significant highs (peaks) or the significant lows (troughs) of an appropriate zigzag using technical tools of the computer program (See Figures 4

    47. This ability to renew attention permits people to pay attention to things that last for more than20 minutes, such as a football match

    48. They applied for work permits and were accepted by the Canadian authorities to take up residence in Toronto

    49. ‘Building regulations; proscribed behaviours; rules about where you may do things and where not; permits to do almost everything; dependence on strangers for life’s basic necessities; accepting the pollution of earth, water and air; constant noise; sacrificing half your earnings to the rulers…’

    50. tendencies of events, the corrections and neutralizing, as far as law permits,

    1. · Oral wills are permitted only in three cases: member of the armed forces in action, a mariner at sea whose ship is going under, and a Muslim

    2. It was under filtered forwarding, only giving Kandhi what Ginger permitted it to

    3. Such things are not permitted

    4. It was his knowledge that made him unable to enjoy this game wasn't it? He cared for Jaseem as a friend but knew he would not understand, even if he was permitted to hear about it

    5. your women keep silence in the churches, for they are not permitted to speak; but they are Ch

    6. One of the few occasions I had been permitted to set foot outside the villa and I had been carefully cloaked so as not to reveal anything to anyone watching, I suppose … I’d rebelled at that, argued as only a stroppy teenager can but Wiesse had got his way in the end

    7. The soldier lived well in the city, going out for expensive dinners at the finest restaurants, attending the theatre regularly, spending pleasant evenings in the brightest of celebrity haunts and even doing a little work for charity when time permitted

    8. The fisherman still caught sea bass when time permitted and he still sold them on, although usually to a higher class of establishment nowadays

    9. The television gardener lived with his lovely wife on his modest but beautifully proportioned estate in the country, when filming and international awards ceremonies permitted

    10. Still, Alan would not be permitted to make much of an investigation

    11. her father if it was permitted for her to meet this young man

    12. I am the only one of my siblings not permitted to

    13. still caught sea bass when time permitted and he still sold them on,

    14. 4) Minors are not permitted to be in the Church nor are they to be members

    15. It is not permitted; my touch could have an effect on you, physically

    16. She was living with her husband after all, and live sex on the beach was not permitted here, while it may have cheering spectators in Kassidor Yakhan

    17. Unbeknownst to anyone, Jameson had secretly observed, when his own training permitted, Titania and Hipolyta as they performed some of their own challenges and tasks

    18. world, and how it was decided what was to be permitted

    19. Inclement weather delays and postponements will be made up at the end of each term, where permitted

    20. The group was permitted to tell its story; haltingly they painted a rich and lively picture of the events surrounding the raid on the farm

    21. And the Phrygian porter -- Nerissa hadn’t learned his name or his offense -- looked like a wraith, because he was permitted only two hours of sleep a night

    22. If the accused is female, for instance, then her kinswomen are permitted to

    23. In countries where interest is permitted, the law in order to prevent the extortion of usury, generally fixes the highest rate which can be taken without incurring a penalty

    24. will be permitted to view them

    25. The importation of live cattle, except from Ireland, is prohibited at all times ; and it is but of late that it was permitted from thence

    26. But though the free importation of them, which was lately permitted only for a limited time, were rendered perpetual, it could have no considerable effect upon the interest of the graziers of Great Britain

    27. The rigour of this law was afterwards softened by several subsequent statutes, which successvely permitted the engrossing of corn when the price of wheat should not exceed 20s

    28. The distress which, in years of scarcity, the strict execution of those laws might have brought upon the people, would probably have been very great ; but, upon such occasions, its execution was generally suspended by temporary statutes, which permitted, for a limited time, the importation of foreign corn

    29. 4, the exportation of corn was permitted whenever the price of wheat did not exceed 40s

    30. Then, seeing that his friend was all wind and thunder, and that the storm was not about to blow itself out, he permitted him to proceed

    31. Sugar was originally an enumerated commodity, which could only be exported to Great Britain; but in 1751, upon a representation of the sugar-planters, its exportation was permitted to all parts of the world

    32. The word “sex” was not permitted in his household

    33. She permitted his movement

    34. She had not permitted him to do it then because she was well aware from past experience that she would be risking his ability to drain his cock for several days

    35. When the pie was all finished, the Owl, as a boon, Was kindly permitted to pocket the spoon:

    36. A year had elapsed since our betrothal, so any date was now permitted for the wedding

    37. “Charging is permitted, but the prices they ask for their meager services is enormous

    38. Mark had barely finished typing when the reply appeared, “Information not permitted

    39. Mark was barely halfway through typing when the reply appeared ‘Information not permitted

    40. ‘Is that not permitted because we are the most advanced race?’ he typed and gave Jirah a thumbs up

    41. There was a momentary pause and then the reply appeared, ‘Information not permitted

    42. ‘I am permitted to give information on the positions, composition and habitat of all the bodies within this galaxy

    43. There was nothing equivalent to the privileges of graduation; and to have attended any of those schools was not necessary, in order to be permitted to practise any particular trade or profession

    44. You will still be permitted to trade with operations on Mars, and to communicate with them, but Jupiter vessels travelling within Martian orbit will be deemed hostile and be treated accordingly

    45. ‘I have limited ability to influence Species 7, but spreading knowledge of the other species and the consequences of failing to prepare is permitted

    46. The first of those remedies is the study of science and philosophy, which the state might render almost universal among all people of middling or more than middling rank and fortune ; not by giving salaries to teachers in order to make them negligent and idle, but by instituting some sort of probation, even in the higher and more difficult sciences, to be undergone by every person before he was permitted to exercise any liberal profession, or before he could be received as a candidate for any honourable office, of trust or profit

    47. firstborn are permitted to wield or wear this metal

    48. Consequently, he permitted all hands to go ashore with their private property

    49. “I want the emperor to live—free of drugs—and be permitted to do the job the people depend on him to do

    50. especially were they fortunate past the lot of children to be permitted

    1. I’m not too hot on legal jargon, but it looks as though there is a clause permitting Mum to sign the whole caboodle over should she want to re-marry … the Trust would then cease and the whole lot become mine, but I’d need to talk to a solicitor about that, I think

    2. As the trip wore on there was a group that hung out on this deck during the waking hours, weather permitting

    3. The evening was approaching too soon for either of their tastes and they agreed to continue their intercourse, mutual schedules permitting

    4. Jameson and Titania walked hand in hand on the promenade, weather permitting, at every opportunity

    5. Yoga is an elegant and subtle way to become aware of your true Self, thereby permitting happiness to flow into your life

    6. Later, she knew that she had done the correct thing in permitting the boys to watch the dog take her

    7. In fact, he was certain his head was coming off until he exploded his come into her mouth, shooting it between her parted lips with great force, down over her fast-working tongue and permitting her to greedily swallow it and then to suck still more of it from him

    8. There was no point in permitting others to see her entering in the company of a young boy

    9. is possible to build on a beach but the permitting process is so

    10. With a handshake for Barretson, Zinsmann promised that he would have a work party on site by the end of the following week, and that if the materials were made available, and weather permitting, the repairs should be completed by mid-December

    11. by the federal government to the states and permitting them to determine the use of the land

    12. Moreover, he kept insisting that he should take this and that item for such and such a member of his government for permitting him to travel, and to predispose them to allow him to travel in the future

    13. , for ‘social engineering’, such as permitting women in combat, implementing medical and marriage regulations where Doctors / Nurses / Chaplains cannot comply with their oaths and / or ‘religious oath’ and hence can’t serve in the military

    14. In 2008 the Democratic Congress passed a bill permitting drilling for oil and claimed they had solved the problem

    15. o Time permitting and if appropriate, identify a trusted member of staff that can

    16. permitting the beginning of this skeptical enquiry

    17. Rather than give me the promised 3 day advance notice, permitting me to drive up to Connecticut, Warden Carol Chapdelaine vindictively and maliciously, had Mike awakened at 2 AM in a prison on the Massachusetts border and transported to New London where he was dumped unceremoniously, still in prison clothes and without a coat, on a park bench at 4 AM

    18. In a squadron, aloof is not what one should be unless one has some great aerial reputation that has preceded one's arrival, thereby permitting such eccentricities

    19. I’m feeling like a spare wheel most of the time, and therefore would love you to come for a visit so that I can show you my country and even, time permitting, the rest of Europe

    20. We’ll have to get prepared to climb one of the peaks and, weather permitting, stay away for two or more days

    21. Euphoria at the prospect becoming a real actor with real roles is my sole excuse for permitting Edgar to conduct a physical as well as verbal audition

    22. Almost every day, weather and circumstances permitting, he comes to the cave to sit and meditate, if only for a short while

    23. Margaret sent a brief reply saying that health permitting she would be delighted to come and arrangements were made

    24. He never failed, weather permitting, to take his brothers and sisters out on Sabbath afternoons for their nature strolls

    25. On May 18, however, Herod did agree to the plan of permitting the Sanhedrin authorities to seize Jesus and carry him to Jerusalem to be tried on religious charges, provided the Roman ruler of Judea concurred in such an arrangement

    26. And it was because he detected the danger of permitting the suggestions of even his affectionate and loyal friends to dissuade him, that he turned upon Peter and the other apostles, saying: "Get you behind me

    27. 4 To James Zebedee, this Sunday was a day of perplexity and profound confusion; he could not grasp the purport of what was going on; he could not comprehend the Master's purpose in permitting this wild acclaim and then in refusing to say a word to the people when they arrived at the temple

    28. But you have also been fortunate in that your parents possessed wisdom as well as love ; and it was wisdom which led them to withhold most forms of indulgence and many luxuries which wealth can buy while they sent you to the synagogue school along with your neighborhood playfellows, and they also encouraged you to learn how to live in this world by permitting you to have original experience

    29. It seemed to her that the principal was key to the atmosphere in a school; most tried to put all the burden on individual teachers, which only worked if kids knew that in the end the principal would back the teacher up in not permitting disruptive behavior

    30. Permitting himself another mechanical smile of satisfaction he can now see a way of travelling on this planet undetected

    31. Weather permitting he would normally be on the golf course, then onto the clubhouse for lunch, or working from the office in his flat in Knightsbridge

    32. It was indeed quite pleasant and relaxing, allowing her to quickly forget her astute critiquing process for the performance and permitting her to listen for pure enjoyment

    33. “You’re still a remarkably beautiful woman,” he said as if captivated by her facial features which he admired before permitting his eyes to fall first to the Star of Mysore lying delicately against her soft neckline then to her small shoulders

    34. As he recounted several previous battles in which he had been either directly or indirectly involved, the words flowed naturally from within, freeing his mind from the duty of assembling and consciously communicating the information and thus permitting him to carefully study the lounge and its occupants

    35. What did you find out about the possible ways of permitting the enrolment of women in the Army Air Corps?’’

    36. Mitchell nodded with a smile, permitting himself to relax, knowing that Jose had just vowed loyalty over the sacred Bible

    37. ‘’Following the Presidential executive order permitting the enrolment of women in the Army, General Arnold tasked me to form a female air combat unit that would explore the capabilities of such a unit

    38. Weather permitting, they will fly in tomorrow morning

    39. With his traditional black attire permitting him to blend into the shadows, Preacher Cooper stood next to a wing-backed chair in which Elizabeth Bascomb sat quietly listening to that which unfolded before her

    40. Further, if the Island people had been broken what would have been the consequences for the world? The British army on the Nile would be cut off without supplies permitting the Italians to dominate the Mediterranean and Suez region

    41. Thus permitting coordinated attacks on the battleships moored in battleship row by dive bombers, level bombers and torpedo planes

    42. I’d always thought that people living near the sea had an advantage over most, for their next meal was only a short distance away, weather permitting

    43. Her goal in permitting such photos was to impress on the Soviets in particular how outclassed they were in the air in Indochina

    44. It stopped just above the bottom cushion of the pilot’s seat, permitting Ingrid to safely step down from the platform and into her cockpit

    45. True self-esteem is a matter of permitting yourself to be happy now, of being able to truthfully say to yourself: “What’s happening right this minute is okay by me

    46. ’s energy, as she had been doing to me theretofore; that I had turned the equation around and used the lines that joined us to suck from her instead of permitting her to suck from me

    47. A fundamental principle of magic, both black and white, is being completely non-reactive emotionally; not permitting any dart of desire to escape

    48. This means respecting the native, and also respecting yourself; it means giving the person emotional space, and at the same time, not permitting him or her to encroach upon yours

    49. the report would start to layer in discretionary expenses, cash permitting

    50. With the crash of thunder, the enormous chains plunged into their respective causeways, permitting free passage

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