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    1. The answer is simple, trees cannot use 90% of chemicals your fertilize them with, and the remaining goes into the ground and pollutes everything! Trees must be fed naturally and in accord with how the natural system works

    2. Be in accord with time in an appropriate way

    3. seemingly of its own accord, the branch was

    4. I was nothing by comparison, and I knew that condition would never change of its own accord

    5. Such combinations, however, are frequently resisted by a contrary defensive combination of the workmen, who sometimes, too, without any provocation of this kind, combine, of their own accord, to raise tile price of their labour

    6. These all continued with one accord in prayer and supplication, with the women and Mary the mother of Jesus, and with His

    7. They are the only one of the three orders whose revenue costs them neither labour nor care, but comes to them, as it were, of its own accord, and independent of any plan or project of their own

    8. image was in a perfect accord with the moment

    9. It ought neither to force nor to allure into either of those two channels a greater share of the capital of the country, than what would naturally flow into them of its own accord

    10. At other times, manufactures for distant sale grow up naturally, and as it were of their own accord, by the gradual refinement of those household and coarser manufactures which must at all times be carried on even in the poorest and rudest countries

    11. In this manner have grown up naturally, and, as it were, of their own accord, the manufactures of Leeds, Halifax, Sheffield, Birmingham, and Wolverhampton

    12. 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

    13. Such encouragements do not tend to turn towards any particular employment a greater share of the capital of the country, than what would go to that employment of its own accord, but only to hinder the duty from driving away any part of that share to other employments

    14. Such drawbacks cannot force into this trade a greater share of the capital of the country than what would have gone to it of its own accord, had there been no duties upon importation; they only prevent its being excluded altogether by those duties

    15. The effect of bounties, like that of all the other expedients of the mercantile system, can only be to force the trade of a country into a channel much less advantageous than that in which it would naturally run of its own accord

    16. You really encourage those manufactures, and direct towards them a greater quantity of the industry of the country than what would properly go to them of its own accord

    17. Bounties upon the exportation of any homemade commodity are liable, first, to that general objection which may be made to all the different expedients of the mercantile system ; the objection of forcing some part of the industry of the country into a channel less advantageous than that in which it would run of its own accord ; and, secondly, to the particular objection of forcing it not only into a channel that is less advantageous, but into one that is actually disadvantageous ; the trade which cannot be carried on but by means of a bounty being necessarily a losing trade

    18. By encouraging extraordinary dexterity and ingenuity, they serve to keep up the emulation of the workmen actually employed in those respective occupations, and are not considerable enough to turn towards any one of them a greater share of the capital of the country than what would go to it of its own accord

    19. The colonies carry out with them a knowledge of agriculture and of other useful arts, superior to what can grow up of its own accord, in the course of many centuries, among savage and barbarous nations

    20. And try to let all of the pieces of the enduring puzzle arrange themselves of their own accord

    21. In their present state of improvement, those prohibitions, perhaps, without cramping their industry, or restraining it from any employment to which it would have gone of its own accord, are only impertinent badges of slavery imposed upon them, without any sufficient reason, by the groundless jealousy of the merchants and manufacturers of the mother country

    22. The monopoly of the colony trade, as it necessarily drew towards that trade a greater proportion of the capital of Great Britain than what would have gone to it of its own accord, so, by the expulsion of all foreign capitals, it necessarily reduced the whole quantity of capital employed in that trade below what it naturally would have been in the case of a free trade

    23. But whatever forces into a branch of trade, of which the returns are slower and more distant than those of the greater part of other trades, a greater proportion of the capital of any country, than what of its own accord would go to that branch, necessarily renders the whole quantity of productive labour annually maintained there, the whole annual produce of the land and labour of that country, less than they otherwise would be

    24. Monopolies of the first kind always attract to the particular trade in which they are established a greater proportion of the stock of the society than what would go to that trade of its own accord

    25. If, at any particular time, that part of the capital of any country which of its own accord tended and inclined, if I may say so, towards the East India trade, was not sufficient for carrying on all those different branches of it, it would be a proof that, at that particular time, that country was not ripe for that trade, and that it would do better to buy for some time, even at a higher price, from other European nations, the East India goods it had occasion for, than to import them itself directly from the East Indies

    26. Have those public endowments contributed in general, to promote the end of their institution ? Have they contributed to encourage the diligence, and to improve the abilities, of the teachers? Have they directed the course of education towards objects more useful, both to the individual and to the public, than those to which it would naturally have gone of its own accord ? It should not seem very difficult to give at least a probable answer to each of those questions

    27. In all the variations of the state of the society, in the improvement and in the declension of agriculture ; in all the variations in the value of silver, and in all those in the standard of the coin, a tax of this kind would, of its own accord, and without any attention of government, readily suit itself to the actual situation of things, and would be equally just and equitable in all those different changes

    28. Such taxes, too, always alter, more or less, the natural direction of national industry, and turn it into a channel always different from, and generally less advantageous, than that in which it would have run of its own accord

    29. Raven’s body moved of its own accord, instinctively forming his hand into a fist, a lower block striking Khan’s leg away just before it landed

    30. The advertising production team, owing to the lack of accord between the partners, was left with a two-track advertising strategy that failed to integrate the two essential themes

    31. That, of course, is in complete accord with the aspirations of Hamas, Hezbollah, and the vaunted „Palestinian Authority," to say nothing of Iran and other radical Middle Eastern states

    32. ‘We're happy to meet the both of you,’ Gina said, then turned towards Milo for accord

    33. as to whether they actually shifted of their own accord

    34. This time he paused of his own accord

    35. We therefore pray that your Majesty will be pleased to receive the said Prince Ansah on our behalf and to accord to him your Majesty's most royal favour

    36. Few of us, acting on our own accord, would be willing to walk (alone) in an unsafe neighborhood at night, including people living in those neighborhoods!

    37. She soaked in the warmth of his body next to hers, and almost of its own accord, her hand slid along the cool stone until her fingers were resting alongside his

    38. Probably because of the escalation in conventional attacks the belligerents met and signed a peace accord ending the occupation of Southern Angola in 1988

    39. You and your wife (if you are married) need to be on one accord

    40. Such impressions, (oftentimes) guided by (opportunistic) political and social ―leaders‖ harboring a vested interest in maintaining the status quo in order to consolidate their political power base by forging racial alliances designed to sever popular accord, are unlikely to change anytime soon in the absence of alternative, more creditable viewpoints

    41. Are indeed of one accord

    42. Now that he's left of his own accord it will save me the trouble of course, and I'm thankful for that! I'll send you the outstanding bill, which will include the cost of a replacement pillowcase

    43. Our society should be addressing such issues in a straight-forward manner, instead of (indirectly) subsidizing such behavior on the chance that the problem(s) will magically disappear on their own accord or by making feeble excuses that may score political points in some circles; whose implausible assumptions, however, are likely to enflame passions

    44. Putting aside the fact that a war branded as “just” does not imply, in and of itself, a just peace, one should not forget that an attack on Iraq would amount only to a resumed conflict: the continuation of the war approved in 1990 and suspended in 1991 due to an accord which Saddam has failed to fulfill

    45. It was a force of nature, a universal truth: eating away as much as it can and then perishing of its own accord, accepting its inevitable fate to end

    46. Why is the land ruined and laid waste like a wilderness, so that no one passes through? And the Lord says: "Because they have forsaken my law that I set before them, and have not obeyed my voice or walked in accord

    47. Her thigh was between my legs then and I gasped and my hips rocked of their own accord and my pussy rubbed little circles on her thighs, and she was rolling then on top of me, and my hips moved in little circles against her as my passion spread out from my crotch and sent more sharp, wonderful little twinges running up and down my legs and up my stomach and torso

    48. In the long “protest” initiated by Marten Luther and carried on by others, the heretofore monolithic Church was now challenged on the basis of its answers, they must accord with the Bible, members of the “Protest” declared as they appealed to the hierarchy to reground their answers

    49. from the floor to Eynochia’s hand of its own accord, Orphenn dashed back to his

    50. move of their own accord

    1. The farmers held their Lord in high regard, and he accorded them great respect

    2. On Saturday, the 18th, Governor Maxwell arrived, and he was accorded a full official reception

    3. Once in the Protectorate proper we were accorded a warm reception, for the villages had just heard of Prempeh's capture, and as we passed through, the women danced and shouted, clapping their hands in transports of joy at the Ashanti king's overthrow, and various offerings of palm wine, fou-fou and plantains were always ready

    4. misinterpreting historical events, did not seek the annihilation of traditional (gender) arrangements per se, but sought to establish a leveler playing field that accorded full social and political rights to women; that is to say, that allowed women to enjoy the same opportunities and privileges historically restricted to men; requesting neither more nor less than what was rightly considered their 136

    5. Great respect was accorded the invisible essence in the ritual sacrifice of eating the animal’s physical remains

    6. Holiness had so gracefully accorded to him; he also added that Shri

    7. Maharaj accorded great hospitality and respect

    8. It all is accorded with Supreme Plan,

    9. And in those days Enoch received books of zeal and anger, and writings of disquiet and expulsion; And mercy shall not be accorded to them, says the Lord of Spirits; And in those days a whirlwind carried me off from the Earth; And set me down at the end of the heavens

    10. And in those days Enoch received books of zeal and anger and writings of disquiet and expulsion; And mercy shall not be accorded to them says the Lord of Spirits; And in those days a whirlwind carried me off from the Earth; And set me down at the end of the heavens

    11. accorded the rights common to all other Americans

    12. On September 15, 1989, my father was accorded another major honor by Ithaca College

    13. Drawing near, he identified Ulun, the Egyptian engineer and Youssaf, the courier, among a small group of others, crouched before the commander at the discreet distances, accorded to their rank

    14. The crowd, including the senior NCOs, broke into cheers and whistles that even Bob Hope had never been accorded

    15. As compensation they were accorded excellent salaries and other benefits which would ensure their allegiance to the company

    16. They did have some doubts and accorded him especially rough treatment on the way to their camp

    17. accorded a small growing community through James Matheson's

    18. He recognized the foolishness of suggesting that he enter any of the schools of Jerusalem as a student, and yet he well knew Jesus would never be accorded the status of a regular teacher inasmuch as he had never been trained in these schools

    19. The fairness of trade and the honest treatment accorded one's fellows in the organized business of the world create many different sorts of profit wealth, and all these sources of wealth must be judged by the highest principles of justice, honesty, and fairness

    20. The possessors of such wealth should be accorded the major voice in the determination of the wise and effective distribution of such unearned resources

    21. The Jews regarded a Nazarite with almost the respect and veneration accorded the high priest, and this was not strange since Nazarites of lifelong consecration were the only persons, except high priests, who were ever permitted to enter the holy of holies in the temple

    22. Throughout the early days of the Christian church women teachers and ministers were called deaconesses and were accorded general recognition

    23. Again I declare that my kingdom is not of this world; but if the Son of Man had been accorded the spiritual rule of his people, he would have accepted such a kingdom of men's souls and would have reigned over such a dominion of human hearts

    24. it is accorded much lower status, the typical salary being less than that of certain

    25. In the few states where unmarried women are accorded these rights, courts have first

    26. The forgotten reptile, the Florida crocodile, also benefitted from this protection and had slowly, insidiously, increased in numbers without the fanfare accorded the alligator

    27. Under the terms of our contracts with the Federation, active duty Federation Military officers temporarily assigned here are accorded all privileges and prerogatives appropriate to their Federation rank

    28. Then, he was accorded a

    29. Before final approval can be accorded, it will be necessary to clear the title back to its origin

    30. While she had been treated with deference and respect by the Security Ministry guards controlling the Greenwich scientific complex, Farah knew too well that she had kept her status solely because of the importance accorded to her project by General Alan Veck, head of the feared Imperium Security Ministry

    31. The unique classification of BIGOT was accorded to any documents on the subject

    32. Remedies for both skin types are accorded with different kinds of medications

    33. At the auspicious time, Ranga Reddy was accorded the honor to unveil the name-plate, symbolizing the inauguration of the enterprise

    34. that is accorded them because of their merits

    35. The wisdom that Krishn has accorded is the truth; it marks the sphere

    36. Tanit was regarded as the patroness goddess of the city and was accorded special favor by her citizens

    37. ” The husband accorded

    38. Amaravati’s royal court they were duly accorded a formal hearing before public jurors

    39. never forget that you are accorded one of the greatest

    40. For we can triumphantly argue that this exemption from death accorded the angels is more, if not altogether, through the kindness of God, and not by any inherent and indestructible nature of the angels

    41. That, in the first frantic greetings lavished on himself as a notable sufferer under the overthrown system, it had been accorded to him to have Charles Darnay brought before the lawless Court, and examined

    42. But putting this aside, what thinkest thou I ought to do about my lady's command to go and see her? For though I feel that I am bound to obey her mandate, I feel too that I am debarred by the boon I have accorded to the princess that accompanies us, and the law of chivalry compels me to have regard for my word in preference to my inclination; on the one hand the desire to see my lady pursues and harasses me, on the other my solemn promise and the glory I shall win in this enterprise urge and call me; but what I think I shall do is to travel with all speed and reach quickly the place where this giant is, and on my arrival I shall cut off his head, and establish the princess peacefully in her realm, and forthwith I shall return to behold the light that lightens my senses, to whom I shall make such excuses that she will be led to approve of my delay, for she will see that it entirely tends to increase her glory and fame; for all that I have won, am winning, or shall win by arms in this life, comes to me of the favour she extends to me, and because I am hers

    43. For myself, a very late comer into that sea, and its former pupil, I accorded amused recognition to the characteristic aspect so well remembered from my days of training

    44. Caligula or Nero, those treasure-seekers, those desirers of the impossible, would have accorded to the poor wretch, in exchange for his wealth, the liberty he so earnestly prayed for

    45. To wait at Monte Cristo for the purpose of watching like a dragon over the almost incalculable riches that had thus fallen into his possession satisfied not the cravings of his heart, which yearned to return to dwell among mankind, and to assume the rank, power, and influence which are always accorded to wealth—that first and greatest of all the forces within the grasp of man

    46. He returned to France with the epaulet of sub-lieutenant, and as the protection of the general, who is in the highest favor, was accorded to him, he was a captain in 1823, during the Spanish war—that is to say, at the time when Danglars made his early speculations

    47. "What is now so freely accorded to approved courage, may be refused to useless obstinacy

    48. The moment this permission was accorded, the countenance of Uncas changed from its grave composure to a gleam of intelligence and joy

    49. Without seeming to hesitate, he walked into the lodge, and took his seat with a gravity that accorded admirably with the deportment of his hosts

    50. Albert related it to his mother; Chateau-Renaud recounted it at the Jockey Club, and Debray detailed it at length in the salons of the minister; even Beauchamp accorded twenty lines in his journal to the relation of the count's courage and gallantry, thereby celebrating him as the greatest hero of the day in the eyes of all the feminine members of the aristocracy

    1. my son's son: but according to the kindness that I have

    2. Gal: 3:29: And if ye be Christ's, then are ye Abraham's seed, and heirs according to the promise

    3. Eph: 1:4: According as he hath chosen us in him before the foundation of the world, that we should be holy and

    4. Eph: 1:5: Having predestinated us unto the adoption of children by Jesus Christ to himself, according to the good

    5. according as the LORD thy God promised him

    6. According to recent surveys, the most popular therapies in the west are osteopathy, chiropractic, homeopathy, acupuncture and aromatherapy

    7. Exod: 32:28: And the children of Levi did according to the word of Moses: and there fell of the people that day about

    8. Then, when things are not going according

    9. According to a leading life insurer, 'life expectancy is likely to rise from 77 years to 85 years over the next decade

    10. 2Tim: 1:9: Who hath saved us, and called us with an holy calling, not according to our works, but according to his

    11. masters according to the flesh, with fear and trembling, in

    12. according to his purpose

    13. the saints according to the will of God

    14. Holy Ghost, according to his own will?

    15. According to the

    16. His parents were Seventh-day Adventists, citing that Saturday was the one true day of worship according to God’s law

    17. According to Hammaker, earth’s inhabitants have accelerated the onset of the next ice age through the burning of fossil fuels and the deforestation of large forested areas like the Amazon

    18. To begin with, the meaning of a word varies according to what part of speech it is

    19. He did it unconditionally, with His great love and according

    20. He was made according to cer-

    21. God created everything according to His laws of love

    22. cause everything is created according to the genetics of His love

    23. He wants us to behave wisely according to His perspective,

    24. This is the way according to His laws, which He gave us, so

    25. yields seed, and the fruit tree that yields fruit according to its kind,

    26. According to the state pathologist there were no mistakes here

    27. This time I reacted according to the truth: Cancer! You are

    28. according to the law of the spirit of life in Jesus Christ! This is the fact!”

    29. Pray with me according to Psalm 91

    30. ) Your soul transformed according to the word, which rooted

    31. father of many nations, according to what was spoken, “So shall your

    32. i am in the victory of Jesus Christ! i am healed according

    33. supply all your need according to His riches in glory by Christ Jesus

    34. "There's just under half a million left now, according to these instruments

    35. according to luke 11:13, i believe that you give the

    36. According to God’s will we are the bearers of His power, His authority

    37. that He would grant you, according to the riches of His glory, to be

    38. according to the law of spirit of life in Jesus Christ

    39. It works according to what it carries

    40. They talked about the situation according to what their

    41. who live according to the Word and receive answers to their prayers

    42. Spirit is, because He makes intercession for the saints according to

    43. had assumed the revolutionary name of Marat was, according to the press and the

    44. According to the official news wires Marat

    45. the necessity of having elders to guide the direction of the church according to the truth set forth in God's Word, the New Testament

    46. We have been to a disco only twice because, according to Mandy, it is dangerous for her grandparents to be alone at night

    47. And if you are Christ's, then you are Abraham's seed, and heirs according to the

    48. So, according to inspired teaching,

    49. According to my new friends the cake was something called Battenberg

    50. According to his publisher, I have done “a very good job, but the book has changed style”

    1. Is anyone paying attention to the Kyoto accords? How does one NOT

    2. This and the presence of the MIG23's certainly worried the South Africans but the invasion never happened as the peace accords was signed before a pre-emptive strike (the predictable South African response) could be launched

    3. Israel signed the Camp Davids peace accords, ending a long state of war with Egypt

    4. For Palestinians, the Camp David accords did little beyond promise to keep talking

    5. The Camp Davis Accords may have saved as many as 100,000 lives from future Mideast wars

    6. And shall shine more brightly than accords with the order of light

    7. This is very doubtful and accords too much with the Catholic superstition that Mary never had any other children except our Savior

    8. This observation accords well with metaphysical evidence The super

    9. one year7– which accords with observations from other cultures as long as

    10. that the printed page accords with expectations

    11. Oh, how that affords such the emotional fulfillment associated with original writing and the ego gratification that applause accords! And in spite of the media hype to the hilt, I'm not sure if all the writer-celebrities derive the emotional fulfillment associated with creative writing

    12. The payment of four sheep for the one stolen accords with

    13. This finding accords

    14. absence of such a mythical figure, we’re left to our own accords, and pursuit of Health and Happiness For All is the highest ideal

    15. Kubrick is expressing an idea here that accords with Sowell's[16]

    16. The Oslo Accords and the Camp David Summit were both trumpeted as great opportunities, and both ultimately failed

    17. For example Kissinger in Vietnam, Milosevic in the Bosnia Herzegovina talks at Dayton, Alastair Darling in the general financial meltdown of 2008; and of course all the US, Palestinian and Israeli negotiators in the disintegration of the Oslo Accords and the Camp David Summit

    18. To this sense of Arab self-righteousness to plunder, the Quran accords it the religious sanction through the verses of ‘Spoils of War’

    19. Thus, the body of the Quran in its instructional mode accords Islam a code of conduct sans philosophy of discourse

    20. Thus, while Islam gives its poor males a sense of invincibility within their homes, in spite of their vulnerability in the society around, it accords its privileged men the ‘license of levity’ for an unabated indulgence in the ways of the flesh

    21. where Menachem Begin stayed during the negotiations leading to the Camp David Accords

    22. “It accords with the square-cube

    23. elimination of error, is accomplished when each and every facet of one's life accords with this

    24. interpreted as a sign that it accords with oneness

    25. Finally, I will propose the basis of a philosophy that accords

    26. † After asserting that God created the substance as well as the form of the world by His living Word, he continues:—* This accords with a striking passage in the Ebionite Clementine Homilies, iii

    27. Nevertheless the Scripture accords with Nature most completely in its assertion of the law of Heredity

    28. He had not gone far, when out of a thicket on his right there seemed to come feeble cries as of some one in distress, and the instant he heard them he exclaimed, "Thanks be to heaven for the favour it accords me, that it so soon offers me an opportunity of fulfilling the obligation I have undertaken, and gathering the fruit of my ambition

    29. "Albogues," said Don Quixote, "are brass plates like candlesticks that struck against one another on the hollow side make a noise which, if not very pleasing or harmonious, is not disagreeable and accords very well with the rude notes of the bagpipe and tabor

    30. More, however, is made of appearances by this class of persons than by the others; for they throw in the good opinion of the gods, and will tell you of a shower of benefits which the heavens, as they say, rain upon the pious; and this accords with the testimony of the noble Hesiod and Homer, the first of whom says, that the gods make the oaks of the just--

    31. "Nay," said she, "do not smile; it ill accords with the expression of your countenance, and I am sure it does not spring from your heart

    32. It may be that the game has been partly suggested to him by Holroyd; but it accords with his character, too; and that is why it has been so successful

    33. However, it did have a definite end for the United States with the Paris Peace Accords, which were signed on January 27, 1973

    34. They’d have signed them too, only US President Bill Clinton didn’t want to miss a photo opportunity, so he invited them to sign the Oslo Accords in Washington

    35. The Oslo Accords were followed by a second agreement called ‘Oslo B’ and the Gaza–Jericho agreement

    36. 1993: Yitzhak Rabin signs the Oslo Accords with Yasser Arafat agreeing to pull out of the West Bank but in 1995 Rabin is assassinated by an Israeli opposed to any sort of deal with the Palestine Liberation Organisation (PLO)

    37. It accords with the widely extended principle of specialisation, that the glands over a certain space of the sack should have become more highly developed than the remainder; and they would then have formed a breast, but at first without a nipple, as we see in the Ornithorhyncus, at the base of the mammalian series

    38. Forbes, Pictet, and Woodward (though all strongly opposed to such views as I maintain) admit its truth; and the rule strictly accords with the theory

    39. Thus, as it seems to me, the manner in which single species and whole groups of species become extinct accords well with the theory of natural selection

    40. This view accords admirably well with our theory

    41. But with organic beings the case is different, and the view above given accords with their natural arrangement in group under group; and no other explanation has ever been attempted

    42. To my mind it accords better with what we know of the laws impressed on matter by the Creator, that the production and extinction of the past and present inhabitants of the world should have been due to secondary causes, like those determining the birth and death of the individual

    43. In order to gain possession of power, and to retain it, one must have a love for it, and the love of power is incompatible with goodness; it accords with the opposite qualities of pride, duplicity, and cruelty

    44. Under these circumstances what ought I to do? I must either vote against every expedient which falls short of what I deem the most proper course, or assent to that which accords most with what I think right

    45. That interpretation is correct which best accords with the common sense and understanding of mankind

    46. No evidence of the existence of the bell is found in the records of the Abbey; and on the subject of its wanton removal, the sagacious engineer of the Northern Lights say, “It in no measure accords with the respect and veneration entertained by seamen of all classes for landmarks; more especially as there seems to be no difficulty in accounting for the disappearance of such an apparatus, unprotected, as it must have been, from the raging element of the sea

    47. As the British have always denied that they detained on board their ships of war American citizens, knowing them to be such, I send you the enclosed, as a public document of their own, to prove how illy such an assertion accords with their practice

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