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    1. While the above advantages are bound to result in better average performance of the investments, it must be clearly understood that this can neither compete with abnormal appreciation of a few shares nor escape the effect of a bearish market when share prices are lower than their purchase price

    2. " He stared at doostEr, but continued, "I was already Ava's lover when I helped him purchase that property

    3. The purchase and sale of hi-value skin work to discerning international connoisseurs, predominantly from the wealthy countries of South East Asia, but also occasionally from Western buyers of American and European origin

    4. The bother of making the purchase is worth more than the land is

    5. "But you can administer this territory?" Carlton asked, sweeping his finger around the area they intended to purchase and ignoring the other hundred million square miles of this planet that was habitable by humans

    6. The customers will purchase these products because they rely on the company

    7. Everything that is about money and purchase and selling and fame from our wealth is Babylon

    8. Who knows what the future holds? These trinkets express only a fraction of my love, respect and esteem for you, carissima mea, I could purchase or steal every ounce of gold in the world and it would not reflect the depth of my love

    9. We also purchase a life jacket for me

    10. Immediately Alan and Luray both had to jump to snatch Desa from the water just as another tentacle snapped like a whip in front of her face, missing a purchase on her throat by inches

    11. antioxidants in the diet, or may purchase topical applications of the

    12. In general when giving jewelry to your girlfriend it is a good idea to limit gifts to less expensive items in a new relationship but you can purchase more

    13. He was to obtain the name of the fruit, to purchase some young trees and to plant them in the orchard at the manor without delay

    14. 'Mummy, ball' was all he could say about his potential purchase

    15. Gary patiently explained about conveyancing, how he acts for the purchaser of a property, checking that the title deeds are in order, liaising with the building society if there is a mortgage, and then, after the purchase is completed, registering the sale with the Land Registry

    16. good, and his arrogance increased with the purchase of every new

    17. to obtain the name of the fruit, to purchase some young trees and to

    18. purchase to see if they have emotional short circuits

    19. example, you will quickly discover that it will be better to purchase some of

    20. With that Suzanne took her purchase and backed out the door

    21. There he introduced them to George as avid fishermen who, although they might not be ready to purchase, would still enjoy admiring his available supply of finished rods

    22. Livingson, I am most interested in negotiating for the purchase of this rod,” the Sportsman began

    23. He sent Athnu to purchase a small blenth and watch that it was butchered properly

    24. Made a big purchase a few weeks ago

    25. “You registered your home purchase with a previous address in Chardovia and you do store signs

    26. negotiating the purchase of one of his more remote

    27. where to purchase them

    28. I can only hope that your purchase will be half as

    29. Somehow it was still Alan she was waiting for on this dusk of the yandrille purchase

    30. In this state of things, the whole produce of labour belongs to the labourer; and the quantity of labour commonly employed in acquiring or producing any commodity, is the only circumstance which can regulate the quantity of labour which it ought commonly to purchase, command, or exchange

    31. Neither is the quantity of labour commonly employed in acquiring or producing any commodity, the only circumstance which can regulate the quantity which it ought commonly to purchase, command or exchange for

    32. The real value of all the different component parts of price, it must be observed, is measured by the quantity of labour which they can, each of them, purchase or command

    33. An independent manufacturer, who has stock enough both to purchase materials, and to maintain himself till he can carry his work to market, should gain both the wages of a journeyman who works under a master, and the

    34. As in a civilized country there are but few commodities of which the exchangeable value arises from labour only, rent and profit contributing largely to that of the far greater part of them, so the annual produce of its labour will always be sufficient to purchase or command a much greater quantity of labour than what was employed in raising, preparing, and bringing that produce to market

    35. If the society were annually to employ all the labour which it can annually purchase, as the quantity of labour would increase greatly every year, so the produce of every succeeding year would be of vastly greater value than that of the foregoing

    36. In exchanging the produce of a day's labour in the greater part of employments for that of a day's labour in this particular one, ten times the original quantity of work in them would purchase only twice the original quantity in it

    37. Though it required five times the quantity of other goods to purchase it, it would require only half the quantity of labour either to purchase or to produce it

    38. When an independent workman, such as a weaver or shoemaker, has got more stock than what is sufficient to purchase the materials of his own work, and to maintain himself till he can dispose of it, he naturally employs one or more journeymen with the surplus, in order to make a profit by their work

    39. If by digging the ground a whole day he can get what will purchase a small quantity of rice in the evening, he is contented

    40. Stock employed in the purchase and improvement of such lands, must yield a very large profit, and, consequently, afford to pay a very large interest

    41. sufficient to purchase the freedom of any corporation

    42. would be, tend to enable the town to purchase, with a smaller quantity of its labour, the

    43. well require less than thirty pounds, it having been enacted, that the purchase even of a

    44. It can always purchase or command a greater or smaller quantity of labour, and somebody can always be found who is willing to do something in order to obtain it

    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. Nobody bid so I thought as I had driven all this way, and not return with anything, I put my hand up, but alas another person also bid, so again I raised my hand and the hammer came down, it was mine! I went to the office to pay and received my invoice and returned to the counter to pick up my purchase

    47. We see frequently societies of merchants in London, and other trading towns, purchase waste lands in our sugar colonies, which they expect to improve and cultivate with profit, by means of factors and agents, notwithstanding the great distance and the uncertain returns, from the defective administration of justice in those countries

    48. 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

    49. These are so great, that in a country where thirty years purchase is considered as a moderate price for the property of a landed estate, ten years purchase is regarded as a good price for that of a coal mine

    50. The price of silver in Peru, or the quantity either of labour or of other goods which it will purchase there, must have some influence on its price, not only at the silver mines of Europe, but at those of China

    1. It was still hard to imagine that this had all been purchased with eleven retaining balls from hospital cart latch-pins

    2. They are called Roach Motels and can be purchased at most garden centers

    3. The units can be purchased or sold back to the fund on the basis of NAV

    4. hath made you overseers, to feed the church of God, which he hath purchased with his own

    5. The map itself could be purchased in town for half a shift of unskilled labor or half of a small steel ball-bearing

    6. All of the land that any of them had purchased with their bits of metal was well into the rural land, the only small holds were right along the brooks out here, the land they discussed was high on the plateaus between

    7. They can be purchased with a standard

    8. The fitments are not terribly up to date but were obviously good quality when they were purchased and have lasted well

    9. The family had recently purchased a cabin in the

    10. systems, and we purchased some cool tools that helped us with our

    11. hath found, he hides, and for joy thereof goes and sold all that he hath, and purchased

    12. Tom rapidly wormed his way through the crowded bar, purchased

    13. stitched in red on it and his boots looked as if they had been actually purchased at

    14. This time, it was Kaitlyn and Chloe who studied both the Baedecker, and a purchased volume on the architectural history of the city of lights, for the tours they anticipated in Paris

    15. industrial cleaning agent the district had recently purchased

    16. purchased at the Collingston mall

    17. The gardens were made ready for the ceremony with all the attendant accessories purchased or rented for the occasion

    18. Henri pulled out a loaf of fresh bread, purchased that

    19. Otto had purchased all of the rooms even though two were vacant

    20. They would have been produced by a smaller quantity of labour ; and as the commodities produced by equal quantities of labour would naturally in this state of things be exchanged for one another, they would have been purchased likewise with the produce of a smaller quantity

    21. I have no doubt that the house might have been purchased at the price which Holmes paid for his rooms during the years that I was with him

    22. Such land, too, is frequently purchased at a price below the value even of its natural produce

    23. A service of plate, and the other frivolous ornaments of dress and furniture, could be purchased for a smaller quantity of commodities ; and in this would consist the sole advantage which the world could derive from that abundance

    24. tended the hearth and purchased the firewood, did most

    25. The value of silver, therefore, in those ancient times, must have been to its value in the present, as three to four inversely ; that is, three ounces of silver would then have purchased the same quantity of labour and commodities which four ounces will do at present

    26. } purchased a surmullet at the price of eight thousand sestertii, equal to about sixty-six pounds thirteen shillings and fourpence of our present money ; the extravagance of those prices, how much soever it may surprise us, is apt, notwithstanding, to appear to us about one third less than it really was

    27. In those ancient times, a tod of wool would have purchased twice the quantity of subsistence which it will purchase at present, and consequently twice the quantity of labour, if the real recompence of labour had been the same in both periods

    28. But at the rate of six shillings and eightpence the quarter, twelve shillings would in those times have purchased fourteen bushels and four-fifths of a bushel of wheat, which, at three and sixpence the bushel, would in the present times cost 51s

    29. An ox hide, therefore, would in those times have purchased as much corn as ten shillings and threepence would purchase at present

    30. When they were brought thither, therefore, they must have purchased, or exchanged for the price of, a greater quantity

    31. The other is that which supplies his immediate consumption, and which consists either, first, in that portion of his whole stock which was originally reserved for this purpose; or, secondly, in his revenue, from whatever source derived, as it gradually comes in ; or, thirdly, in such things as had been purchased by either of these in former years, and which are not yet entirely consumed, such as a stock of clothes, household furniture, and the like

    32. which have been purchased by their proper consumers, but which are not yet entirely consumed

    33. His weekly revenue is certainly not equal both to the guinea and to what can be purchased with it, but only to one or other of those two equal values, and to the latter more properly than to the former, to the guinea's worth rather than to the guinea

    34. now owns her own business and just purchased a new home

    35. 21, the bank purchased of the South-sea company, stock to the amount of £4,000,000: and in 1722, in consequence of the subscriptions which it had taken in for enabling it to make this purchase, its capital stock was increased by £ 3,400,000

    36. Had he spent the whole, the food, clothing, and lodging, which the whole could have purchased, would have been distributed among the former set of people

    37. immediately employed as a capital, either by himself or by some other person, the food, clothing, and lodging, which may be purchased with it, are necessarily reserved for the latter

    38. purchased a couple of

    39. If they have purchased something

    40. These must consist, either in the immediate produce of the land and labour of the country itself, or in something which had been purchased with some part of that produce

    41. Gold and silver are purchased everywhere in the same manner

    42. Create an offer that benefits the original product they purchased to

    43. I waited while she purchased her book, and she rode with me in my car to the estate where the elders lived with my mother

    44. purchased or they are in a combination

    45. The stock lent by the three monied men is equal to the value of the goods which can be purchased with it, and is three times greater than that of the money with which the purchases are made

    46. Those loans, however, may be all perfectly well secured, the goods purchased by the different debtors being so employed as, in due time, to bring back, with a profit, an equal value either of coin or of paper

    47. the same quantity of silver can now purchase just half the quantity of goods which it could have purchased before

    48. reading the book he had purchased, which he held in his left hand

    49. The foreign goods for home consumption may sometimes be purchased, not with

    50. These last, however, must have been purchased, either immediately with the produce of domestic industry, or with something else that had been purchased with it; for, the case of war and conquest excepted, foreign goods can never be acquired, but in exchange for something that had been produced at home, either immediately, or after two or more different exchanges

    1. A farmer purchases an old, run down, abandoned farm with plans to turn it into a thriving enterprise

    2. "With the purchases you're talking about, we will own this whole mini-plateau

    3. It seems that a lot of it involves complicated commercial land purchases which he handles for developers

    4. Kulai had not been making a great deal of money at his outside interests and Delurna could not put together any financial explanation for his early purchases

    5. their purchases on the table

    6. Harry and Kaitlyn went out the next day into the town, each had last minute purchases to make to complete their inventory of gifts

    7. “I did some rough calculations and there should be more than enough diamonds to cover the purchases

    8. purchases (‘No, not that one! This one is much better!’)

    9. 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

    10. The far greater part of them are supplied by the produce of other men's labour, which he purchases with the produce, or, what is the same thing, with the price of the produce, of his own

    11. The business of the country is almost entirely carried on by means of the paper of those different banking companies, with which purchases and payments of all kinds are commonly made

    12. Though the annual purchases of all the consumers, therefore, are at least equal in value to those of all the dealers, they can generally be transacted with a much smaller quantity of money ; the same pieces, by a more rapid circulation, serving as the instrument of many more purchases of the one kind than of the other

    13. Those capitals may be greater, in almost any proportion, than the amount of the money which serves as the instrument of their conveyance; the same pieces of money successively serving for many different loans, as well as for many different purchases

    14. A, for example, lends to W £1000, with which W immediately purchases of B £1000 worth of goods

    15. B having no occasion for the money himself, lends the identical pieces to X, with which X immediately purchases of C another £1000 worth of goods

    16. C, in the same manner, and for the same reason, lends them to Y, who again purchases goods with them of D

    17. In this manner, the same pieces, either of coin or of paper, may, in the course of a few days, serve as the Instrument of three different loans, and of three different purchases, each of which is, in value, equal to the whole amount of those pieces

    18. What the three monied men, A, B, and C, assigned to the three borrowers, W, X, and Y, is the power of making those purchases

    19. The stock lent by the three monied men is equal to the value of the goods which can be purchased with it, and is three times greater than that of the money with which the purchases are made

    20. The capital of the retailer replaces, together with its profits, that of the merchant of whom he purchases goods, and thereby enables him to continue his

    21. The capital of the wholesale merchant replaces, together with their profits, the capital's of the farmers and manufacturers of whom he purchases the rude and manufactured produce which he deals in, and thereby enables them to continue their respective trades

    22. Part of the capital of the master manufacturer is employed as a fixed capital in the instruments of his trade, and replaces, together with its profits, that of some other artificer of whom he purchases them

    23. Part of his circulating capital is employed in purchasing materials, and replaces, with their profits, the capitals of the farmers and miners of whom he purchases them

    24. If he was an economist, he generally found it more profitable to employ his annual savings in new purchases than in the improvement of his old estate

    25. The quantity of circulating money must have borne the same proportion, to the number and value of purchases and sales usually transacted at that time, which it does to those transacted at present ; or, rather, it must have borne a greater proportion, because there was then no paper, which now occupies a great part of the employment of gold and silver

    26. In order to make the same purchases, we must load ourselves with a greater quantity of them, and carry about a shilling in our pocket, where a groat would have done before

    27. By the annual exportation of silver to the East Indies, plate is probably somrwhat dearer in Europe than it otherwise might have been ; and coined silver probably purchases a larger quantity both of labour and commodities

    28. The holder of a receipt, when he purchases bank money, purchases the power of taking out a quantity of bullion, of which the mint price is five per cent

    29. The owner of bank money, when he purchases a receipt, purchases the power of taking out a quantity of bullion, of which the market price is commonly from two to three per cent

    30. A great trader purchases his goods always where they are cheapest and best, without regard to any little interest of this kind

    31. That part of its own produce with which such a nation purchases foreign goods, must consequently be sold cheaper; because, when two things are exchanged for one another, the cheapness of the one is a necessary consequence, or rather is the same thing, with the dearness of the other

    32. These little settlements, too, were under the government of an exclusive company, which had the sole right, both of purchasing the surplus produce of the colonies, and of supplying them with such goods of other countries as they wanted, and which, therefore, both in its purchases and sales, had not only the power of oppressing them, but the greatest temptation to do so

    33. The goods which Great Britain purchases at present for her own consumption with the great surplus of tobacco which she exports to other countries, she would, in this case, probably have purchased with the immediate produce of her own industry, or with some part of her own manufactures

    34. methods for your customers to pay for their purchases so you don’t have to

    35. First, by raising the price of all foreign goods, and of all sorts of manufactures, it necessarily sinks the real value of the surplus produce of its own land, with which, or, what comes to the same thing, with the price of which, it purchases those foreign goods and manufactures

    36. A small quantity of manufactured produce, purchases a great quantity of rude produce

    37. A trading and manufacturing country, therefore, naturally purchases, with a small part of its manufactured produce, a great part of the rude produce of other countries; while, on the contrary, a country without trade and manufactures is generally obliged to purchase, at the expense of a great part of its rude produce, a very small part of the manufactured produce of other countries

    38. When someone purchases

    39. funds, because of its large-volume purchases

    40. Taking her purchases from the bag, Sheena arranged them on the table

    41. purchases upon the counter, and came running back to fetch them, and

    42. The ―remedial‖ course of action initiated by state and local governments at curbing or eliminating smoking altogether, especially among young teens, by imposing additional excise taxes on cigarettes that would make such purchases cost-prohibitive, are cynical deceptions on the part of politicians on both sides of the political aisle designed to increase revenue for (social) spending programs under the pretext of concern for under-age smoking

    43. He wrote the checks for the purchases, paid her and made all the shipping arrangements, something she used to do but, with her commissions unchanged, who was she to complain about having less to do? Previously, she had avoided Mike as much as humanly possible while maintaining an amicable relationship with his mother

    44. He was no fool however and realized that eventually the widening gap between purchases and sales would be noticed, but he opted to continue while laying plans for a quick departure

    45. He commenced to explain that with diminishing catches, it was increasingly necessary to divert to the port of Limon for purchases of fish to fulfill a contract for bi-weekly deliveries of red snapper to Tampa, Florida

    46. You can't reserve a hotel room or campsite, gasoline purchases aren't as quick and easy, and you have to carry more cash

    47. She became a cocaine distributor based on the substantial purchases she continued to make through Enrique for the club, and a conspirator to commit murder: Brian’s

    48. His eyes went directly to the C’s expecting what – to find one labeled cocaine purchases and containing the names and address of the producers of Tweety-bird? He lifted out a file: Alan Bergen – pages and pages of observations of a suspected petty cocaine trafficker and the people in his life

    49. When they had finally agreed on what was to be paid, in a gesture of magnanimity the old man provided a large canvas bag in which Colling might carry his purchases

    50. Sheesh, don’t you remember our discussion the other day about this for private and public goods! It isn’t at all clear that you would be better off consuming less to buy the Subaru, because that would be giving up a lot of things that you really like…maybe some of those nice California cabernets, huh? In principle, your consumption decisions shouldn’t be much affected by whether you cash in assets or borrow to finance purchases

    1. d) Reduction in the purchasing power of the rupee with time due to inflation

    2. Inflation in simple words means that the purchasing power of money decreases over a period of time

    3. If you are interested in purchasing the book

    4. Pay attention to the voices of those around you; the next time you are purchasing something worthwhile listen to the sales person

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