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    1. Once the event occurs our cooperation to authorities, encouraging the younger lot to provide help to the needy, taking some sort of control to prevent theft and arsons, regulate the crowd that usually collects and hampers rescue efforts and the doctors amongst us to provide urgent medical aid are some of the tasks we can take upon ourselves and thus be relevant for the society even at this age

    2. Your body has the ability to regulate itself, supply nutrients to various organs such as the skin and generally give it a healthy glow

    3. 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

    4. 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

    5. I shall, in the third place, endeavour to explain all the different circumstances which regulate this proportion

    6. In the fourth and last place, I shall endeavour to shew what are the circumstances which regulate the rent of land, and which either raise or lower the real price of all the different substances which it produces

    7. Where wages are not regulated by law, all that we can pretend to determine is, what are the most usual; and experience seems to shew that law can never regulate them properly, though it has often pretended to do so

    8. The bye-laws of the corporation regulate sometimes the

    9. Whenever the law has attempted to regulate the wages of workmen, it has always

    10. Particular acts of parliament, however, still attempt sometimes to regulate wages in particular

    11. In ancient times, too, it was usual to attempt to regulate the profits of merchants and other

    12. may, perhaps, be proper to regulate the price of the first necessary of life ; but, where there is

    13. none, the competition will regulate it much better than any assize

    14. Even in the rice countries, therefore, the rent of rice lands cannot regulate the rent of the other cuitivated land which can never be turned to that produce

    15. The plans and projects of the employers of stock regulate and direct all the most important operation of labour, and profit is the end proposed by all those plans and projects

    16. But though the conduct of all those different companies has not been unexceptionable, and has accordingly required an act of parliament to regulate it, the country, notwithstanding, has evidently derived great benefit from their trade

    17. The labour of the meanest of these has a certain value, regulated by the very same principles which regulate that of every other sort of labour; and that of the noblest and most useful, produces nothing which could afterwards purchase or procure an equal quantity of labour

    18. Planting and tillage frequently regulate more than they animate the active fertility of Nature; and after all their labour, a great part of the work always remains to be done by her

    19. But no commodities regulate themselves more easily or more exactly, according to this effectual demand, than gold and silver ; because, on account of the small bulk and great value of those metals, no commodities can be more easily transported from one place to another ; from the places where they are cheap, to those where they are dear ; from the places where they exceed, to those where they fall short of this effectual demand

    20. The ordinary course of exchange, therefore, being an indication of the ordinary state of debt and credit between two places, must likewise be an indication of the ordinary course of their exports and imports, as these necessarily regulate that state

    21. The same maxim which would in this manner direct the common sense of one, or ten, or twenty individuals, should regulate the judgment of one, or ten, or twenty millions, and should make a whole nation regard the riches of its neighbours, as a probable cause and occasion for itself to acquire riches

    22. The same motives, the same interests, which would thus regulate the conduct of any one dealer, would regulate that of every other, and oblige them all in general to sell their corn at the price which, according to the best of their judgment, was most suitable to the scarcity or plenty of the season

    23. The ancient policy of Europe endeavoured, in this manner, to regulate agriculture, the great trade of the country, by maxims quite different from those which it established with regard to manufactures, the great trade of the towns

    24. That minister had unfortunately embraced all the prejudices of the mercantile system, in its nature and essence a system of restraint and regulation, and such as could scarce fail to be agreeable to a laborious and plodding man of business, who had been accustomed to regulate the different departments of public offices, and to establish the necessary checks and controlls for confining each to its proper sphere

    25. The industry and commerce of a great country, he endeavoured to regulate upon the same model as the departments of a public office ; and instead of allowing every man to pursue his own interest his own way, upon the liberal plan of equality, liberty, and justice, he bestowed upon certain branches of industry extraordinary privileges, while he laid others under as extraordinary restraints

    26. In the most opulent and civilized nations, age regulates rank among those who are in every other respect equal ; and among whom, therefore, there is nothing else to regulate it

    27. It might, and it frequently was proposed, that he should regulate and ascertain them

    28. It is difficult to regulate the fees of court effectually, where a person so powerful as the sovereign is to share in them and to derive any considerable part of his revenue from them

    29. It has been the custom in modern Europe to regulate, upon most occasions, the payment of the attorneys and clerks of court according to the number of pages which they had occasion to write; the court, however, requiring that each page should contain so many lines, and each line so many words

    30. at its base to regulate the movement

    31. Besides those five subsidies, a great variety of other duties have occasionally been imposed upon particular sorts of goods, in order sometimes to relieve the exigencie's of the state, and sometimes to regulate the trade of the country, according to the principles of the mercantile system

    32. Martin wrote the majority opinion, asserting that Congress has the authority under the Commerce Clause to regulate the non-commerce (My comment: How can the Constitution support the Congress in regulating non-commerce behavior?) of someone who chooses not to buy health insurance

    33. Traditionally used to regulate the female cycle and for hormonal imbalance which is often seen as edgy, PMS type behaviour

    34. All the lawyers regulate themselves with nice high sounding phrases to limit the fees allowed to charge but there is (always) a loop hole

    35. ‖ Such role-playing is neither cynical nor disingenuous however a conforming agency that seeks to manage or regulate a variety relationships among individuals having different values and interests that would otherwise alienate most

    36. The subconscious mind is a wonderful thing, but it does more than just give us our dreams, or at another level, regulate our heart, and our breathing

    37. The ability to regulate our anger decreases our anger and

    38. costs and likely limited benefits” of using the Clean Air Act to regulate greenhouses gases

    39. that allowing the EPA to regulate greenhouse gas emissions would turn it into a massive planning and

    40. authorized to regulate them

    41. regulate greenhouse gases: they would reduce global temperatures by 0

    42. “In the case of EPA's rules to regulate cement plants, we are at risk transferring 28 million tons of

    43. They are out to regulate anything and

    44. VII - to regulate the normative orders that were approved

    45. In your healing work you can ask to be used, you can ask to be given a rest, you can ask for the rhythm of work that you desire, and the Higher Forces will regulate the flow of jobs assigned to you, according to your wishes

    46. regulate heat, then perhaps the book should be re-titled The Earth in Balance

    47. The Constitution’s only mention of the Indians rested with Article I, Section VIII’s provision that “Congress shall regulate commerce with foreign nations, and among the several states and with the Indian tribes

    48. is also a complex process that can help regulate the various functions of

    49. Chapter 22 The next laws regulate theft, with and without violence, this includes

    50. Verses 23 to 27 regulate the lending of money with and without surety

    1. Most illness can be regulated, if not fully controlled

    2. carefully regulated, and only a very few simple machines could be

    3. The air was regulated and kept at exactly seventy-two

    4. The society of that ship is much more regulated and stratified than any of those ‘bully group’ things you talked about in history here

    5. “Oh yeah, it’s illegal in lots of countries,” Alan said, “And heavily regulated in most

    6. They are, however, altogether different, are regulated by quite different principles, and bear no proportion to the quantity, the hardship, or the ingenuity of this supposed labour of inspection and direction

    7. They are regulated altogether by the value of the stock employed, and are greater or smaller in proportion to the extent of this stock

    8. In the price of commodities, therefore, the profits of stock constitute a component part altogether different from the wages of labour, and regulated by quite different principles

    9. The market price of every particular commodity is regulated by the proportion between the quantity which is actually brought to market, and the demand of those who are willing to pay the natural price of the commodity, or the whole value of the rent, labour, and profit, which must be paid in order to bring it thither

    10. There are many plain symptoms, that the wages of labour are nowhere in this country regulated by this lowest rate, which is consistent with common humanity

    11. Wages, therefore, being highest when this expense is lowest, it seems evident that they are not regulated by what is necessary for this expense, but by the quantity and supposed value of the work

    12. When it was first established, it would naturally be regulated by the usual wages of common labourers, the rank of people from which foot soldiers are commonly drawn

    13. Where wages are not regulated by law, all that we can pretend to determine is, what are the most usual; and experience seems to shew that law can never regulate them properly, though it has often pretended to do so

    14. The money price of labour is necessarily regulated by two circumstances; the demand for labour, and the price of the necessaries and conveniencies of life

    15. When the law does not enforce the performance of contracts, it puts all borrowers nearly upon the same footing with bankrupts, or people of doubtful credit, in better regulated countries

    16. industry, the quantity of industry annually employed is necessarily regulated by the annual

    17. Music is regulated, love is controlled, people can't wear what they want, sex is forbidden except when people are together to raise families and then it's forcibly regulated

    18. England the usual pay of a curate or a stipendiary parish priest, as we find it regulated by the

    19. It is thus that, in the progress of improvement, the rent and profit of unimproved pasture come to be regulated in some measure by the rent and profit of what is improved, and these again by the rent and profit of corn

    20. The rent and profit of those productions, therefore, which require either a greater original expense of improvement in order to fit the land for them, or a greater annual expense of cultivation, though often much superior to those of corn and pasture, yet when they do no more than compensate such extraordinary expense, are in reality regulated by the rent and profit of those common crops

    21. Except in particular situations, the value of these is regulated by that of corn, in which the fertility of Britain is not much inferior to that of either of those two countries

    22. The lowest price at which the precious metals can be sold, or the smallest quantity of other goods for which they can be exchanged, during any considerable time, is regulated by the same principles which fix the lowest ordinary price of all other goods

    23. As the prices, both of the precious metals and of the precious stones, is regulated all over the world by their price at the most fertile mine in it, the rent which a mine of either can afford to its proprietor is in proportion, not to its absolute, but to what may be called its relative fertility, or to its superiority over other mines of the same kind

    24. the price of bread was regulated according to the different prices of wheat, from one shilling to twenty shillings the quarter of the money of those times

    25. In the statute of Tumbrel and Pillory, enacted nearly about the same time, the price of ale is regulated according to every sixpence rise in the price of barley, from two shillings, to four shillings the quarter

    26. In an ancient manuscript of the Regiam Majestatem, an old Scotch law book, there is a statute of assize, in which the price of bread is regulated according to all the different prices of wheat, from tenpence to three shillings the Scotch boll, equal to about half an English quarter

    27. The proportion between the real recompence of labour in different countries, it must be remembered, is naturally regulated, not by their actual wealth or poverty, but by their advancing, stationary, or declining condition

    28. But the nominal sum which constitutes the market price of every commodity is necessarily regulated, not so much by the quantity of silver, which, according to the standard, ought to be contained in it, as by that which, it is found by experience, actually is contained in it

    29. Before the discovery of the mines of America, the value of fine gold to fine silver was regulated in the different mines of Europe, between the proportions of one to ten and one to twelve ; that is, an ounce of fine gold was supposed to be worth from ten to twelve ounces of fine silver

    30. About the middle of the last century, it came to be regulated, between the proportions of one to fourteen and one to fifteen; that is, an ounce of fine gold came to be supposed worth between fourteen and fifteen ounces of fine silver

    31. Cholesterol can be regulated by watching the intake of eggs and organ meats, as well as other

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

    33. The labour of the meanest of these has a certain value, regulated by the very same principles which regulate that of every other sort of labour; and that of the noblest and most useful, produces nothing which could afterwards purchase or procure an equal quantity of labour

    34. The quantity of stock, therefore, or, as it is commonly expressed, of money, which can be lent at interest in any country, is not regulated by the value of the money, whether paper or coin, which serves as the instrument of the different loans made in that country, but by the value of that part of the annual produce, which, as soon as it comes either from the ground, or from the hands of the productive labourers, is destined, not only for replacing a capital, but such a capital as the owner does not care to be at the trouble of employing himself

    35. The common proportion between capital and profit, therefore, would be the same, and consequently the common interest of money; what can commonly be given for the use of money being necessarily regulated by what can commonly be made by the use of it

    36. They are founded upon the most absurd of all suppositions, the supposition that every successive generation of men have not an equal right to the earth, and to all that it possesses ; but that the property of the present generation should be restrained and regulated according to the fancy of those who died, perhaps five hundred years ago

    37. The farmers, too, besides paying the rent, were anciently, it was supposed, bound to perform a great number of services to the landlord, which were seldom either specified in the lease, or regulated by any precise rule, but by the use and wont of the manor or barony

    38. When the king's troops, when his household, or his officers of any kind, passed through any part of the country, the yeomanry were bound to provide them with horses, carriages, and provisions, at a price regulated by the purveyor

    39. It should as readily occur, that the quantity of gold and silver is, in every country, limited by the use which there is for those metals ; that their use consists in circulating commodities, as coin, and in affording a species of household furniture, as plate; that the quantity of coin in every country is regulated by the value of the commodities which are to be circulated by it; increase that value, and immediately a part of it will be sent abroad to purchase, wherever it is to be had, the additional quantity of coin requisite for circulating them : that the quantity of plate is regulated by the number and wealth of those private families who choose to indulge themselves in that sort of magnificence; increase the number and wealth of such families, and a part of this increased wealth will most probably be employed in purchasing, wherever it is to be found, an additional quantity of plate ; that to attempt to increase the wealth of any country, either by introducing or by detaining in it an

    40. They naturally, perhaps necessarily, follow the mode of the times ; and their expense comes to be regulated by the same extravagant vanity which directs that of all the other great proprietors in their dominions

    41. But the ordinary state of debt and credit between those two cities must necessarily be regulated, it is said, by the ordinary course of their dealings with one another

    42. The ordinary state of debt and credit between any two places is not always entirely regulated by the ordinary course of their dealings with one another, but is often influenced by that of the dealings of either with many other places

    43. by bills upon Holland, the ordinary state of debt and credit between England and Holland will not be regulated entirely by the ordinary course of the dealings of those two countries with one another, but will be influenced by that of the dealings in England with those other places

    44. Light come, light go, says the proverb ; and the ordinary tone of expense seems everywhere to be regulated, not so much according to the real ability of spending, as to the supposed facility of getting money to spend

    45. What concerned the whole empire would in this way be determined by the assembly which inspects and superintends the affairs of the whole empire ; and the provincial affairs of each colony might still be regulated by its own assembly

    46. The perfection of manufacturing industry, it must be remembered, depends altogether upon the division of labour ; and the degree to which the division of labour can be introduced into any manufacture, is necessarily regulated, it has already been shewn, by the extent of the market

    47. This distinction being well understood, the history of all ages, it will be found, hears testimony to the irresistible superiority which a well regulated standing army has over a militia

    48. In a long peace, the generals, perhaps, may sometimes forget their skill; but where a well regulated standing army has been kept up, the soldiers seem never to forget their valour

    49. A well regulated standing army is superior to every militia

    50. As it is only by means of a well regulated standing army, that a civilized country can be defended, so it is only by means of it that a barbarous country can be suddenly and tolerably civilized

    1. A “circadian clock” in our brain regulates our sleep-wake cycle and the body's need to balance both sleep time and wake time

    2. Lamp A medium which regulates a controlled presence of light

    3. Our instinctive brain, or center, regulates the internal processes of our body

    4. It is in this manner that the demand for men, like that for any other commodity, necessarily regulates the production of men, quickens it when it goes on too slowly, and stops it when it advances too fast

    5. It is this demand which regulates and determines the state of propagation in all the different countries of the world ; in North America, in Europe, and in China ; which renders it rapidly progressive in the first, slow and gradual in the second, and altogether stationary in the last

    6. Necessity makes it usual for almost every man to be so, and custom everywhere regulates fashion

    7. than those of common labourers at the port which regulates the rate of seamen's wages

    8. is, the port of London, regulates that of all the rest

    9. Except in particular situations, therefore, the rent of corn land regulates in Europe that of all other cultivated land

    10. The most fertile coal mine, too, regulates the price of coals at all the other mines in its neighbourhood

    11. It regulates the price of bread according as the prices of wheat may happen to be, from one shilling to twenty shillings the quarter of the money of those times

    12. We cannot, therefore, be very wrong in supposing that the middle price was not less than one-third of the highest price at which this statute regulates the price of bread, or than six shillings and eightpence of the money of those times, containing four ounces of silver, Tower weight

    13. Though we frequently, therefore, express a person's revenue by the metal pieces which are annually paid to him, it is because the amount of those pieces regulates the extent of his power of purchasing, or the value of the goods which he can annually afford to consume

    14. The quantity of the finished work which they sell to the inhabitants of the country, necessarily regulates the quantity of the materials and provisions which they buy

    15. The quantity of every commodity which human industry can either purchace or produce, naturally regulates itself in every country according to the effectual demand, or according to the demand of those who are willing to pay the whole rent, labour, and profits, which must be paid in order to prepare and bring it to market

    16. It regulates the money price of all the other parts of the rude produce of land, which, in every period of improvement, must bear a certain proportion to that of corn, though this proportion is different in different periods

    17. It regulates, for example, the money price of grass and hay, of butcher's meat, of horses, and the maintenance of horses, of land carriage consequently, or of the greater part of the inland commerce of the country

    18. By regulating the money price of all the other parts of the rude produce of land, it regulates that of the materials of almost all manufactures; by regulating the money price of labour, it regulates that of manufacturing art and industry ; and by regulating both, it regulates that of the complete manufacture

    19. Whatever be the actual state of tillage, it renders our corn somewhat dearer in the home market than it otherwise would be in that state, and somewhat cheaper in the foreign; and as the average money price of corn regulates, more or less, that of all other commodities, it lowers the value of silver considerably in the one, and tends to raise it a little in the other

    20. Examples are not wanting of empires in which all the different provinces are not taxed, if I may be allowed the expression, in one mass ; but in which the sovereign regulates the sum which each province ought to pay, and in some provinces assesses and levies it as he thinks proper ; while in others he leaves it to be assessed and levied as the respective states of each province shall determine

    21. In the most opulent and civilized nations, age regulates rank among those who are in every other respect equal ; and among whom, therefore, there is nothing else to regulate it

    22. regulates the subsistence of the labourer, and determines in what degree it shall be either liberal, moderate, or scanty

    23. As every man's humour regulates the degree of his consumption, every man contributes rather according to his humour, than proportion to his revenue: the profuse contribute more, the parsimonious less, than their proper proportion

    24. Also, it terminates the bureaucracy in the economic relations among countries with tributary inspection that regulates the exportation and importation

    25. It consists of oxygen and temperature sensors which monitors and regulates the cremation process

    26. The Lord regulates the design of the alter of incense

    27. Chapter 19 regulates the ritual for the cleansing of the tabernacle and the priests

    28. Almighty God, who regulates the whole creation with your tender mercy, 3 look on the seed of Abraham, on the children of the

    29. 8 A man, therefore, who regulates his course by the law, even if he be a lover of money, straightway puts force on his own

    30. Among other provisions that Act regulates certain “electioneering communications” by way of broadcast, cable, or satellite 30 days before a presidential primary and 60 days before a presidential election

    31. “Magic regulates itself so we don't have as many kids as humans do

    32. - It regulates, for instance, which authority is responsible for remove the dead,

    33. 1 And Eleazar an illustrious priest of the country who had attained to length of days and whose life had been adorned with virtue caused the presbyters who were about him to cease to cry out to the holy God and prayed so 2 O king mighty in power most high Almighty God who regulates the whole creation with your tender mercy 3 look on the seed of Abraham on the children of the sanctified Jacob your sanctified inheritance O Father now being wrongfully destroyed as strangers in a strange land

    34. 7 Since in what way is a solitary eater and a glutton and a drunkard reclaimed unless it be clear that reasoning is Lord of the passions? 8 A man therefore who regulates his course by the law even if he be a lover of money straightway puts force on his own disposition; lending to the needy without interest and cancelling the debt of the incoming Sabbath

    35. regulates relations between adults, but regards also the relationship between

    36. similar to the law that regulates the plant world and the four seasons: “If a

    37. that regulates human relationships,

    38. universe is filled by dark matter which regulates the way in which structures

    39. regulator regulates voltage, mankind must regulate itself

    40. While each state regulates its internal affairs, it is not concerned with foreign relations, tariffs, immigration, military affairs, or interstate commerce

    41. Jesus had paid the last price required of him to attain the sovereignty of his universe, which in itself regulates the status of all rebels and determines that all such future upheavals (if they ever occur) may be dealt with summarily and effectively

    42. This will become more flushed and cleanse the area when greater amounts of fluids are consumed as it regulates the entire body

    43. Diet is second, but as the natural process are concerned, the breath affects many rhythms and cycles, all must breathe, no matter their diet or other variables, the breath is always required and respiration is the beginning process of the cycle within the body that regulates many things

    44. He regulates all

    45. Department that regulates the transportation industry

    46. which regulates his life

    47. Phase down but keep big oil, bring up solar quickly to become huge solar, have a smaller US government that regulates better for all the people, with big cuts in defense and huge cuts in intelligence and homeland security, while paying off the national debt

    48. Each state regulates the

    49. Every State has a Department of Insurance that regulates insurers and assists consumers

    50. others is their intuitive understanding that time regulates all financial opportunities

    1. · The rules of Dharma have been laid down for regulating the worldly affairs of men

    2. each in the fall, in order to understand fully the later legislation by God regulating the respective roles of men and women in the church

    3. dealers, by regulating the price of provisions and ether goods

    4. It may, too, be of some use to the public, in regulating the pecuniary reward of some of its inferior servants

    5. While growing and making itself a planet or a star, it seems as if a mysterious and unknown force has taken charge, regulating the mass of matter

    6. regulating the various bodily functions

    7. The Garuda has several different tasks he is apparently involved in, most having to do with regulating the airwaves of the superspectrum

    8. By regulating the money price of all the other parts of the rude produce of land, it regulates that of the materials of almost all manufactures; by regulating the money price of labour, it regulates that of manufacturing art and industry ; and by regulating both, it regulates that of the complete manufacture

    9. Woollen or linen cloth are not the regulating commodities by which the real value of all other commodities must be finally measured and determined ; corn is

    10. Martin wrote the majority opinion, asserting that Congress has the authority under the Commerce Clause to regulate the non-commerce (My comment: How can the Constitution support the Congress in regulating non-commerce behavior?) of someone who chooses not to buy health insurance

    11. Greenwich and was often used by Whalers for regulating their

    12. Many of his workers did not like his regulating how much alcohol they could drink or that they could not work their children in the mill for additional income

    13. In the State of New York this included a law regulating hours of work and other working conditions in bakeries

    14. In the Lochner case the Supreme Court ruled that the state law regulating the hours his employees could work in his bakery was a violation of Lochner’s constitutional Liberty of Contract

    15. A 2003 editorial in Nature Biotechnology argues that legislation regulating development of higher forms of life

    16. For instance, we need informal conventions guiding language and communication, and formal enforced conventions regulating law and order, trade and property

    17. on ’buying an election’? It will be difficult to put limits on contributions because a divided Supreme Court stated that regulating a

    18. 155/2001 regarding the management of street dogs) regulating the methods of catching

    19. Equally troubling is the Korean government‘s stance on regulating bear farming

    20. taxing and regulating the Anointed, and pass laws

    21. regulating hours, conditions, and salaries of workers

    22. laws taxing and regulating the Anointed, and pass

    23. laws regulating hours, conditions, and salaries of

    24. Serotonin is probably the most heavily researched appetite regulating neurotransmitter

    25. the International Convention for the Regulating of Whales signed

    26. regulating factor, he ceases to accuse others as the cause

    27. The time between gulps got longer as he became accustomed to regulating his inebriation

    28. Many states have laws regulating credit repair companies

    29. It can operate to set up jobs at the low end to maintain or grow the infrastructure of the nation while regulating a livable wage for the lower end

    30. This entity is responsible of regulating all providers of

    31. � The first item of new business is a proposal for the creation of a new government agency charged with controlling and regulating time travel and also with effecting on the spot research in the past in order to rebuild our historical archives and collect specimens of now extinct animal and plant life

    32. ‘’The Chinese don’t care about the Geneva Conventions regulating the treatment of prisoners of war

    33. Its officers and crews were too often arrogant towards the merchant ship crews they stopped for inspection and were seen to be more interested in levying as much customs fees and taxes as they could instead of doing an honest job of regulating and protecting space traffic

    34. will aid in regulating your metabolism

    35. “In the beginning, it was a tool that aided in regulating his neural chemicals,”

    36. regulating their use to their own agenda

    37. Creation of the post of Collector- Regulating Act of 1773

    38. The most important issue is what kind of regulating mechanism for the stroke of the device is going to be applied

    39. (a) regulating or restricting any economic, financial, political or other secular activity which may be associated with religious practice;

    40. If the planet has a self regulating system it would seem that these extremes – to us – are the planetary attempts to retain the current, temperate, state

    41. Water is probably the main component in the planet’s self regulating system of checks and balances that maintain a global equilibrium

    42. body, regulating the discharge of stool and urine and breathing process are common among

    43. inhaled breath to the exhaled breath, while yet others practise serenity of breath by regulating their incoming and outgoing breath

    44. they think it right to keep one's promise to private life and also to obey public laws for regulating the distribution of "goods”

    45. With the mind so regulating the breath that it is

    46. But, regardless of any possible negative consequences to society, or the needs of the group, who would propose regulating by law a man's shaving? Or anyone's other and even more "natural" body functions? A law to keep a fat man from eating? Another to force a bulimic girl to eat more—and shit less? One to deny a husband with serious heart disease the right to have sex with his wife (or mistress)? All those laws would "save" lives, too

    47. Both are areas that government should protect and stay out of the business of regulating or prosecuting unless others are harmed either potentially or actually

    48. It is partially responsible for regulating sleep-wake cycles

    49. Our social ethics are similar to the immune system in regulating body health: clean the water, clean the air, feed the body, feed the brain cells

    50. Much of institutionalized behavior – how and why our images interact – is simply an elaborate ritualized market for regulating the buying and selling of emotions

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