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    1. Is our freedom constituted in that our death serves an ultimate purpose of God? Can we die in such a way as to express a mystery? Revelation 12:11 says that they loved not their lives even unto death


    2. what constituted wild and inflammatory protest, and so it was that


    3. It seems to have constituted almost the whole circulation of that country; for though the circulation of the Bank of Scotland, which had then no rival, was considerable, it seems to have made but a very small part of the whole


    4. The promissory notes of those banking companies constituted, at that time, the far greater part of the currency of Scotland, which this uncertainty of payment necessarily degraded below value of gold and silver money


    5. Those deposits of coin, or those deposits which the bank was bound to restore in coin, constituted the original capital of the bank, or the whole value of what was represented by what is called bank money


    6. What he imagined constituted his soul had awoken, in one piece, within the body of a large moth-eaten black Labrador dog


    7. These, however, together with a pretty large lizard, called the ivana or iguana, constituted the principal part of the animal food which the land afforded


    8. In the republics of ancient Greece and Rome, during the whole period of their existence, and under the feudal govermnents, for a considerable time after their first establishment, the trade of a soldier was not a separate, distinct trade, which constituted the sole or principal occupation of a particular class of citizens; every subject of the state, whatever might be the ordinary trade or occupation by which he gained his livelihood, considered himself, upon all ordinary occasions, as fit likewise to exercise the trade of a soldier, and, upon many extraordinary occasions, as bound to exercise it


    9. As long as such presents, as long as the emoluments of justice, or what may be called the fees of court, constituted, in this manner, the whole ordinary revenue which the sovereign derived from his sovereignty, it could not well be expected, it could not even decently be proposed, that he should give them up altogether


    10. At least it would be a quick death, rather than a gradual ebbing away of whatever it is that now constituted life


















































































    1. One of them, and frequently the largest, is, in the first place, destined for replacing a capital, or for renewing the provisions, materials, and finished work, which had been withdrawn from a capital ; the other for constituting a revenue either to the owner of this capital, as the profit of his stock, or to some other person, as the rent of his land


    2. That which is immediately destined for constituting a revenue, either as profit or as rent, may maintain indifferently either productive or unproductive hands


    3. Unproductive labourers, and those who do not labour at all, are all maintained by revenue; either, first, by that part of the annual produce which is originally destined for constituting a revenue to some particular persons, either as the rent of land, or as the profits of stock ; or, secondly, by that part which, though originally destined for replacing a capital, and for maintaining productive labourers only, yet when it comes into their hands, whatever part of it is over and above their necessary subsistence, may be employed in maintaining indifferently either productive or unproductive hands


    4. The proportion, therefore, between the productive and unproductive hands, depends very much in every country upon the proportion between 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 for replacing a capital, and that which is destined for constituting a revenue, either as rent or as profit


    5. That part of the annual produce, therefore, which, as soon as it comes either from the ground, or from the hands of the productive labourers, is destined for replacing a capital, is not only much greater in rich than in poor countries, but bears a much greater proportion to that which is immediately destined for constituting a revenue either as rent or as profit


    6. (the latter constituting a lower form of friendship, however), while former friends move on with their lives…or grow apart… in search of more suitable arrangements although once maturer relationships suddenly flourish, will (ultimately) reveal that it isn‘t the quantity of friends that matter the most, however, but the level of intimacy among those counted as friends


    7. engagement, whose violation(s) are otherwise construed by the Community of Nations as constituting Crimes against Humanity


    8. In this manner, its members are integrated parts constituting a common whole in the manner each part is considered one with that body


    9. Then you, with Dilimon as your best man, the two of you constituting the immediate party of the groom, will walk down the aisle and take your places to Theramin’s right on the second tier of the podium


    10. Then Talia, with Nemia and I as her parents and Alilia as her maid of honor, and thus constituting the immediate party of the bride, will walk the aisle and take our places to Theramin’s left on the second tier


























































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    constitute in English

    establish create develop organise organize commission appoint authorise authorize delegate enact decree legislate order compound frame compose aggregate

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    constitute establish found institute plant appoint name nominate be comprise make up represent form make create develop organise organize commission authorise authorize delegate enact decree legislate order compound frame compose aggregate