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    1. need of regulation: no longer is

    2. A ray of the spring sunlight shone through the window onto the regulation blankets of the bed, under which Chrissie lay motionless

    3. A regulation which obliges all those of the same trade in a particular town to enter their names

    4. A regulation which enables those of the same trade to tax themselves, in order to provide for

    5. When the regulation,

    6. by law that very regulation which masters sometimes attempt to establish by such

    7. The interest of the duke of Cornwall has given occasion to a regulation nearly of the same kind in that ancient dutchy

    8. But the transcribers of those statutes seem frequently to have thought it sufficient to copy the regulation as far as the three or four first and lowest prices ; saving in this manner their own labour, and judging, I suppose, that this was enough to show what proportion ought to be observed in all higher prices

    9. But in the manuscripts from which all the different editions of the statutes, preceding that of Mr Ruffhead, were printed, the copiers had never transcribed this regulation beyond the price of twelve shillings

    10. , would, in the then circumstances of the country, have been the most destructive regulation which could well have been thought of

    11. When the public deliberates concerning any regulation of commerce or police, the proprietors of land never can mislead it, with a view to promote the interest of their own particular order ; at least, if they have any tolerable knowledge of that interest

    12. That indolence which is the natural effect of the ease and security of their situation, renders them too often, not only ignorant, but incapable of that application of mind, which is necessary in order to foresee and understand the consequence of any public regulation

    13. The proposal of any new law or regulation of commerce which comes from this order, ought always to be listened to with great precaution, and ought never to be adopted till after having been long and carefully examined, not only with the most scrupulous, but with the most suspicious attention

    14. The government of Pennsylvania, indeed, pretended, upon their first emission of paper money, in 1722, to render their paper of equal value with gold and silver, by enacting penalties against all those who made any difference in the price of their goods when they sold them for a colony paper, and when they sold them for gold and silver, a regulation equally tyrannical, but much less, effectual, than that which it was meant to support

    15. Notwithstanding any regulation of this kind, it appeared, by the course of exchange with Great Britain, that £100 sterling was occasionally considered as equivalent, in some of the colonies, to £130, and in others to so great a sum as £1100 currency ; this difference in the value arising from the difference in the quantity of paper emitted in the different colonies, and in the distance and probability of the term of its final discharge and redemption

    16. This regulation, instead of preventing, has been found from experience to increase the evil of usury

    17. Avarice and injustice are always short-sighted, and they did not foresee how much this regulation must obstruct improvement, and thereby hurt, in the long-run, the real interest of the landlord

    18. The ancient policy of Europe was, over and above all this, unfavourable to the improvement and cultivation of land, whether carried on by the proprietor or by the farmer ; first, by the general prohibition of the exportation of corn, without a special licence, which seems to have been a very universal regulation ; and, secondly, by the restraints which were laid upon the inland commerce, not only of corn, but of almost every other part of the produce of the farm, by the absurd laws against engrossers, regraters, and forestallers, and by the privileges of fairs and markets

    19. The industry of the country, therefore, is thus turned away from a more to a less advantageous employment ; and the exchangeable value of its annual produce, instead of being increased, according to the intention of the lawgiver, must necessarily be diminished by every such regulation

    20. But though the industry of the society may be thus carried with advantage into a particular channel sooner than it could have been otherwise, it will by no means follow that the sum-total, either of its industry, or of its revenue, can ever be augmented by any such regulation

    21. But the immediate effect of every such regulation is to diminish its revenue; and what diminishes its revenue is certainly not very likely to augment its capital faster than it would have augmented of its own accord, had both capital and industry been left to find out their natural employments

    22. By this regulation, a very heavy burden was laid upon their supplying Great Britain

    23. In the same manner as the latter inflame their workmen, to attack with violence and outrage the proposers of any such regulation; to attempt to reduce the army would be as dangerous as it has now become to attempt to diminish, in any respect, the monopoly which our manufacturers have obtained against us

    24. Every such regulation introduces some degree of real disorder into the constitution of the state, which it will be difficult afterwards to cure without occasioning another disorder

    25. Every merchant, in consequence of this regulation, was obliged to keep an account with the bank, in order to pay his foreign bills of exchange, which necessarily occasioned a certain demand for bank money

    26. This gradual fall in the average price of grain, it is probable, therefore, is ultimately owing neither to the one regulation nor to the other, but to that gradual and insensible rise in the real value of silver, which, in the first book of this discourse, I have endeavoured to show, has taken place in the general market of Europe during the course of the present century

    27. These restraints upon importation, though prior to the establishment of the bounty, were dictated by the same spirit, by the same principles, which afterwards enacted that regulation

    28. How hurtful soever in themselves, these, or some other restraints upon importation, became necessary in consequence of that regulation

    29. She prohibits the exportation from one province to another by water, and even the canriage by land upon horseback, or in a cart, of hats, of wools, and woollen goods, of the produce of America; a regulation which effectually prevents the

    30. Concrete with high early age strength can be obtained by regulation of SP

    31. 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

    32. Some subsequent formularies represent the manner in which he supposes this distribution is made in different states of restraint and regulation ; in which, either the class of proprietors, or the barren and unproductive class, is more favoured than the class of cultivators ; and in which either the one or the other encroaches, more or less, upon the share which ought properly to belong to this productive class

    33. The law can very easily oblige the judge to respect the regulation though it might not always be able to make the sovereign respect it

    34. If in each college, the tutor or teacher, who was to instruct each student in all arts and sciences, should not be voluntarily chosen by the student, but appointed by the head of the college ; and if, in case of neglect, inability, or bad usage, the student should not be allowed to change him for another, without leave first asked and obtained ; such a regulation would not only tend very much to extinguish all emulation among the different tutors of the same college, but to diminish very much, in all of them, the necessity of diligence and of attention to their respective pupils

    35. It would, therefore, be much more proper to be established as a perpetual and unalterable regulation, or as what is called a fudamental law of the commonwealth, than any tax which was always to be levied according to a certain valuation

    36. So on that Saturday morning there was a regulation family of

    37. The three wood is a good field wood and, depending on the golfer’s strength, can easily be used to get the ball on the green in regulation play

    38. “Defendants argue that the regulation is reasonable and necessary because it is aimed at preventing speech the sole intention of which is to enflame the passion of those within the Base command

    39. Although it hasn't been made clear to the public, it’s part of government regulation that if a prisoner makes it to five years, they will be released

    40. He also, incidentally, got regulation off our backs, reduced taxes, and beefed up national defense and gave us renewed reasons to again believe in our country

    41. It consisted of dark blue pants with nice big pockets (by regulation they had to be empty), and light blue short-sleeved shirts and a soft cap with the gold Police star upon it centred above the peak

    42. They were still dressed in heavy serge, the old regulation equipment, and many had only thin civilian boots, which heat and salt water rendered useless

    43. It is a simple regulation, invaluable in peace, essential in war

    44. known to boost the immune system and assist with the regulation of blood sugar,

    45. But perhaps the longest example of ongoing presidential ideological blindness is the question of government regulation in daily economic life

    46. Corporations pushing for deregulation for their own profit or from ideological blindness that imagine regulation costs profits

    47. They insist the mythical “free market” is absolute, arguing against all evidence that neither regulation nor government can ever work

    48. Regulation can easily be largely trivial in the supposed harm it causes, deregulation often inherently destructive

    49. Regulation can be either good or bad depending on how structured, but demonization of the term is simply a ruse to get the public to hate government, which in practical terms means the public is being taught to hate democracy, and thus distrust themselves

    50. He gutted financial regulation, leading directly to the Savings and Loan Scandal that cost $160 billion

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