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    1. there is nothing left to bestow, so let us call the document a testament or a caution, if


    2. members of the body which we think to be less honourable, upon these we bestow more


    3. It is the one gift we can bestow on each other


    4. 3 And though I bestow all my goods to feed the poor, and though I


    5. the good beast deserved all the gifts life had to bestow


    6. And I told her all about the lavish bestow of soda, the three


    7. Painting the inscriptions was one of the highest honors a witch could bestow on another


    8. ‘What wisdom do you have to bestow on me?’


    9. By granting them magistrates of their own, the privilege of making bye-laws for their own government, that of building walls for their own defence, and that of reducing all their inhabitants under a sort of military discipline, he gave them all the means of security and independency of the barons which it was in his power to bestow


    10. The enterprising thought even crossed her mind to lean in and bestow his cheek with a small kiss
















































































    1. The way of those on whom Thou has bestowed thy Grace, those whose portion


    2. Bronner himself has become somewhat of a guru, and has been bestowed with the unofficial title of, ‘The Pope of Soap’


    3. He shares in the produce of their labour, or in the value which it adds to the materials upon which it is bestowed; and in this share consists his profit


    4. A small part of this high price, therefore, is sufficient to pay the wages of the extraordinary labour bestowed upon their cultivation, and the profits of the extraordinary stock which puts that labour into motion


    5. Whatever increases the fertility of land in producing food, increases not only the value of the lands upon which the improvement is bestowed, but contributes likewise to increase that of many other lands, by creating a new demand for their produce


    6. Along with physical strength, the Makiian Virus bestowed an even darker gift -- he now could tap into the power of the Void


    7. There is one sort of labour which adds to the value of the subject upon which it is bestowed ; there is another which has no such effect


    8. Though the manufacturer has his wages advanced to him by his master, he in reality costs him no expense, the value of those wages being generally restored, together with a profit, in the improved value of the subject upon which his labour is bestowed


    9. Parsimony, by increasing the fund which is destined for the maintenance of productive hands, tends to increase the number of those hands whose labour adds to the value of the subject upon winch it is bestowed


    10. By diminishing the funds destined for the employment of productive labour, he necessarily diminishes, so far as it depends upon him, the quantity of that labour which adds a value to the subject upon which it is bestowed, and, consequently, the value of the annual produce of the land and labour of the whole country, the real wealth and revenue of its inhabitants

















































































    1. "Then why has bestowing it caused this chill?"


    2. names they were bestowing upon their beetles


    3. Those republics encouraged the acquisition of those exercises, by bestowing little premiums and badges of distinction upon those who excelled in them


    4. And when one comes before Me, does not My hand reach down, and touch them gently upon their shoulder as they pray? Shall I not draw them near, so I may comfort them in My love, bestowing grace without ceasing, strengthening them in their time of need?


    5. Truth), the first of the four Ages, has been bestowing the True


    6. 1316–1334) and Emperor Louis IV damaged the prestige of both, while the growing luxury of the Roman Curia and its need for finances brought in a system for bestowing clerical office which caused harm for many years…At Rome and Avignon rival pontiffs reigned


    7. ) and read the bible and listen to my dad bestowing his


    8. 21 Accordingly bearing no ill-will against their kinsmen at Jerusalem but rather remembering our connection with them and the numerous matters with sincere heart from a remote period entrusted to them we wished to venture a total alteration of their state by bestowing on them the rights of citizens of Alexandria and to admit them to the everlasting rites of our solemnities


    9. ‗And on the basis of seeing Guapo cavorting beside the pool with me, fainting in your arms and bestowing a kiss, you reckon he‘s the one


    10. Well, no more bestowing ‘holy’ powers and gifts of insight to humans… there are so many more deserving races throughout the universe
































































    1. nor the hireling that bestows himself wholly for you


    2. 66 Do you not know or have you not heard, that it is not through love that Nimrod gives you all this honour, but it is only for his benefit that he bestows on you all this good?


    3. 66 Do you not know or have you not heard that it is not through love that Nimrod gives you all this honour but it is only for his benefit that he bestows on you all this good?


    4. But when the rich man refreshes the poor and assists him in his necessities believing that what he does to the poor man will be able to find its reward with God-because the poor man is rich in intercession and confession and his intercession has great power with God-then the rich man helps the poor in all things without hesitation; and the poor man being helped by the rich intercedes for him giving thanks to God for him who bestows gifts on him


    5. And the rich man in like manner unhesitatingly bestows on the poor man the riches which he received from the Lord


    6. He bestows His blessing because we are in His Son


    7. The Lord bestows on you life and you do not understand for your sins were heavy; but if you had not suffered for the name of the Lord you would have died to God on account of your sins


    8. 1 The Father whose mercies are over all things who loves to do good has bowels of compassion for those who fear him and with gentleness and kindness bestows his favour on those who come to him with a pure mind


    9. They think it a small matter if they neglect to give thanks when the Father bestows healing upon them, but the strangers, when they receive gifts from the head of the house, are filled with wonder and are constrained to give thanks in recognition of the good things bestowed upon them


    10. 8 A certain amount of both stoicism and optimism are serviceable in living a life on earth, but neither has aught to do with that superb peace which the Son of God bestows upon his brethren in the flesh























































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