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    1. Other psychological factors, including depression, lowered self-esteem associated with overall loss of physical strength and the onset of physical signs of aging, anxiety, and substance abuse can all contribute to male impotence

    2. As women age, hormonal production diminishes and this can indirectly contribute to discomfort

    3. If we do have a center within a reasonable distance then we should take part in all its programmes and contribute for its proper management

    4. If you contribute to these conversations, you have

    5. “Very interested, and honored that you’d think an old history professor could contribute something to the effort

    6. He made her a nice cup of tea, sat down opposite her and suggested an alternative way in which she could contribute to family life

    7. His argument is that I’ve given him a chance to have a day out not only in entertaining company but also in a beautiful part of the country and must therefore allow him to contribute towards the costs

    8. He was limping home in shame and despaired of being able to contribute anything to disabling any doomsday weapon system out here

    9. they can cause or contribute to physical pain?

    10. alternative way in which she could contribute to family life

    11. It was a lot to take in, but Harry had, once he got some perspective on the issue, been able to acknowledge his new role in the family's finances and hoped someday to be able to also contribute significantly towards them

    12. Going out with Sally and her family would be nice … yes, I’ll go … I’ll pop over to see Sally tomorrow and ask if there is anything I can contribute to the picnic

    13. There are many factors that contribute to a

    14. What I mean though is that with proper direction, you can contribute to greatly improve your situation as well as others'

    15. Thus, not only the great landlord or the rich merchant, but even the common workman, if his wages are considerable, may maintain a menial servant; or he may sometimes go to a play or a puppet-show, and so contribute his share towards maintaining one set of unproductive labourers; or he may pay some taxes, and thus help to maintain another set, more honourable and useful, indeed, but equally unproductive

    16. to contribute to the general expenses of the

    17. will contribute, for some little time, to support its consumption in adversity

    18. The butcher, the brewer, and the baker, soon join them, together with many other artificers and retailers, necessary or useful for supplying their occasional wants, and who contribute still further to augment the town

    19. The former benefitted from the healthy hygiene and overall scrubbing he received while the latter took advantage of a willing and free meal that would likewise contribute to their wellbeing and longevity

    20. You know how it goes, right? Jobs that have become a burdening, stressful weight rather than a joyous opportunity to learn and contribute; once vibrant relationships gone sour yet clung to in a monotonous and abject state of surrender; and unending financial woes that in great part are self-generated due to an insatiable purchasing hunger that feeds on itself like the viral monster that it is

    21. These Babylonian girls had lots to talk about during conversations, whereas she couldn’t contribute anything at all

    22. "Well, we also like to pay occasional visits to the Godly Succubi in Ashcote when we're in the area, so you can say we also contribute to Men of Midas in a way," he chuckled

    23. It seems to be altogether impossible that the bounty could ever contribute to lower the price of grain

    24. The corn bounty, it is to be observed, as well as every other bounty upon exportation, imposes two different taxes upon the people; first, the tax which they are obliged to contribute, in order to pay the bounty ; and,

    25. therefore, which they contribute to the payment of the first tax, they must contribute £6:4s

    26. It would, besides, impose only one tax upon the people, that which they must contribute in order to pay the bounty

    27. In The How of Happiness, the author points out that having goals provides distinct benefits that contribute to happiness:

    28. However, having purposes and goals does contribute to happiness, and happier people are healthier and live longer

    29. These effects of following your passion all contribute to happiness

    30. After the business of the farmer, that of the corn merchant is in reality the trade which, if properly protected and encouraged, would contribute the most to the raising of corn

    31. The trade of the merchant-exporter of corn for foreign consumption, certainly does not contribute directly to the plentiful supply of the home market

    32. Though the carrying trade must thus contribute to reduce the average money price of corn in the home market, it would not thereby lower its real value; it would only raise somewhat the real value of silver

    33. Some motives contribute positively to mental health and happiness, and others do not

    34. They are not only very grievous occasional taxes, but they contribute to establish perpetual taxes, of the same kind, still more grievous ; the ruinous taxes of private luxury and extravagance

    35. The reason why anyone would employ us is because of what we can contribute to the employer e

    36. They raise its value, and thereby contribute to encourage its increase

    37. - It is a rare opportunity for us to witness and contribute to the emergence of a new age

    38. What is necessary for the defence and support of the whole empire, and in what proportion each part ought to contribute, can be judged of only by that assembly which inspects and super-intends the affairs of the whole empire

    39. contribute money to charity, compared to an average of

    40. for themselves contribute to the overall wealth of

    41. Every different order of citizens is bound to contribute to the support of the sovereign or commonwealth

    42. The cultivators or farmers contribute to the annual produce, by what are in this system called the original and annual expenses (depenses primitives, et depenses annuelles), which they lay out upon the cultivation of the land

    43. In the following book, therefore, I shall endeavour to explain, first, what are the necessary expenses of the sovereign or commonwealth; and which of those expenses ought to be defrayed by the general contribution of the whole society ; and which of them, by that of some particular part ouly, or of some particular members of the society: secondly, what are the different methods in which the whole society may be made to contribute towards defraying the expenses incumbent on the whole society ; and what are the principal advantages and inconveniencies of each of those methods : and thirdly, what are the reasons and causes which have induced almost all modern governments to mortgage some part of this revenue, or to contract debts; and what have been the effects of those debts upon the real wealth, the annual produce of the land and labour of the society

    44. It was not till the seige of Veii, that they who staid at home began to contribute something towards maintaining those who went to war

    45. In a more advanced state of society, two different causes contribute to render it altogether impossible that they who take the field should maintain themselves at their own expense

    46. In modern times, many different causes contribute to render the defence of the society more expensive

    47. The consideration of that necessity comes, no doubt, afterwards, to contribute very much to maintain and secure that authority and subordination

    48. His subjects, upon ordinary occasions, contribute nothing to his support, except when, in order to protect them from the oppression of some of their fellow-subjects, they stand in need of his authority

    49. But when, from different causes, chiefly from the continually increasing expense of defending the nation against the invasion of other nations, the private estate of the sovereign had become altogether insufficient for defraying the expense of the sovereignty; and when it had become necessary that the people should, for their own security, contribute towards this expense by taxes of different kinds; it seems to have been very commonly stipulated, that no present for the administration of justice should, under any pretence, be accepted either by the sovereign, or by his bailiffs and substitutes, the judges

    50. the indolence and vanity of the rich is made to contribute, in a very easy manner, to the relief of the poor, by rendering cheaper the transportation of heavy goods to all the different parts of the country

    1. Contributed chapters to several books

    2. He contributed a lot in the planning of the community and the rules that they had set up

    3. As they approached, a whiff of the fragrance reached them and contributed to the joy of their deliverance

    4. contributed to this ebook and the Brave Heart System

    5. Even though they may have already contributed to the

    6. contributed to the War which you have so recently experienced at

    7. The fact that he'd been born on a starship from YingolNeerie seemed irrelevant now, other than the fact that their fundamentalism might have contributed to his ambition

    8. That employment, however, by occasioning a new demand, and by diminishing the quantity which could be employed in any other way, may have afterwards contributed to keep up or increase their value

    9. has contributed to sink the common price of butcher's meat in the London market, somewhat below what it was about the beginning of the last century

    10. The great rise in the price both of hogs and poultry, has, in Great Britain, been frequently imputed to the diminution of the number of cottagers and other small occupiers of land ; an event which has in every part of Europe been the immediate forerunner of improvement and better cultivation, but which at the same time may have contributed to raise the price of those articles, both somewhat sooner and somewhat faster than it would otherwise have risen

    11. intellect – contributed to the destruction of the

    12. That the trade and industry of Scotland, however, have increased very considerably during this period, and that the banks have contributed a good deal to this increase, cannot be doubted

    13. The splendid but visionary ideas which are set forth in that and some other works upon the same principles, still continue to make an impression upon many people, and have, perhaps, in part, contributed to that excess of banking, which has of late been complained of, both in Scotland and in other places

    14. As Herold entered the sea of words, her voice only sounded one word Among many, as she contributed to the dia-monologue:

    15. Those laws and customs, so favourable to the yeomanry, have perhaps contributed more to the present grandeur of England, than all their boasted regulations of commerce taken together


    17. The increase and riches of commercial and manufacturing towns contributed to the improvement and cultivation of the countries to which they belonged, in three different ways :

    18. The advantageous situation of the country, and the great number of independent status which at that time subsisted in it, probably contributed not a little to this general cultivation

    19. Instead of raising, it would tend to lower the price of the commodity in the home market ; and thereby, instead of imposing a second tax upon the people, it might, at least in part, repay them for what they had contributed to the first

    20. Some improper regulations, some injudicious restraints, imposed by the servants of the East India Company upon the rice trade, contributed, perhaps, to turn that dearth into a famine

    21. imperfections, has, perhaps, contributed more, both to the plentiful supply of the home market, and to the increase of tillage, than any other law in the statute book

    22. They were missives which only contributed to the gnawing concern

    23. The Eng1ish colonists have never yet contributed any thing towards the defence of the mother country, or towards the support of its civil government

    24. The government of Spain contributed scarce any thing to any of them

    25. That of England contributed as little towards effectuating the

    26. But that those great events should likewise have contributed to encourage the industry of countries such as Hungary and Poland, which may never, perhaps, have sent a single commodity of their own produce to America, is not, perhaps, altogether so evident

    27. Those great events may even have contributed to increase the enjoyments, and to augment the industry, of countries which not only never sent any commodities to America, but never received any from it

    28. Secondly, This monopoly has necessarily contributed to keep up the rate of profit, in all the different branches of British trade, higher than it naturally would have been, had all nations been allowed a free trade to the British colonies

    29. as it certainly has, it must have fallen still lower, had not the monopoly established by that act contributed to keep it up

    30. If to each colony which should detach itself from the general confederacy, Great Britain should allow such a number of representatives as suited the proportion of what it contributed to the public revenue of the empire, in consequence of its being subjected to the same taxes

    31. Its followers are very numerous ; and as men are fond of paradoxes, and of appearing to understand what surpasses the comprehensions of ordinary people, the paradox which it maintains, concerning the unproductive nature of manufacturing labour, has not, perhaps, contributed a little to increase the number of its admirers

    32. This circumstance, it is probable, contributed more than any other to determine the fate of those battles

    33. Many different causes contributed to relax the discipline of the Roman armies

    34. 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

    35. The privileges of graduates are a sort of statutes of apprenticeship, which have contributed to the improvement of education just as the other statutes of apprenticeship have to that of arts and manufactures

    36. As they had generally contributed a good deal to the victory, it seemed not unreasonable that they should have some share in the spoil

    37. In the red-shift example, if we had freedom of movement in the Universe, it would have contributed immensely to the resolution of our measurements and assisted us in obtaining more certainty from the conclusions that scientists are drawing

    38. Combined with the money the children contributed until they married, it lasted until our last child had a home of her own

    39. 42 Imagine how an additional layer of ice above the atmosphere would have contributed to preventing damage from the sun impacting on life on Earth

    40. These factors would all have contributed to very favourable life-supporting conditions on Earth

    41. In 1765 and 1766, the whole revenue paid into the treasury of France, according to the best, though, I acknowledge, very imperfect accounts which I could get of it, usually run between 308 and 325 millions of livres ; that is, it did not amount to fifteen millions sterling; not the half of what might have been expected, had the people contributed in the same proportion to their numbers as the people of Great Britain

    42. The singular countries of Holland and Zealand, besides, require a considerable expense even to preserve their existence, or to prevent their being swallowed up by the sea, which must have contributed to increase considerably the load of taxes in those two provinces

    43. Several extraneous sums, altogether independent of that ordinary revenue, have contributed towards it

    44. Moreover, one wonders how he became the editor of the Harvard Law Review without having contributed a single article

    45. Now, in your growth and productivity in life, if you contribute anything to the betterment of the human species, you will have achieved immortality, and by the way, contributed to our understanding of man, which is the most important of all understanding

    46. From the twelfth century on, this civilization that had contributed so much in medicine, science and technology in centuries past, has contributed virtually nothing

    47. Barack Obama is fond of stating that Muslims have contributed a great deal not only to the development of America, but to Western Civilization in sum

    48. Some said that the British actions contributed two additional years to the war

    49. There are many people who have contributed to this history

    50. That ignorance, more than anything else, contributed to his disquietude, and left him

    1. Age typically does not significantly diminish the need and desire for sex, that regular sexual activity is standard when a partner is available, and that most elderly believe that sex contributes to both physical and psychological health

    2. Moreover, Vitamin C is known to produce collagen, the known protein that contributes to

    3. 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

    4. A dwelling-house, as such, contributes nothing to the revenue of its inhabitant ; and though it is, no doubt, extremely useful to him, it is as his clothes and household furniture are useful to him, which, however, make a part of his expense, and not of his revenue

    5. It is by this service chiefly that he contributes indirectly to support the productive labour of the society, and to increase the value of its annual produce

    6. It as effectually replaces the capital of the person who produces that surplus, and as effectually enables him to continue his business, the service by which the capital of a wholesale merchant chiefly contributes to support the productive labour, and to augment the value of the annual produce of the society to which he belongs

    7. By paying that price, he indirectly pays all those wages and profits, and thus indirectly contributes to the maintenance of all the workmen and their employers

    8. He generally contributes, however, but a very small proportion to that of each; to a very few, perhaps, not a tenth, to many not a hundredth, and to some not a thousandth, or even a ten thousandth part of their whole annual maintenance

    9. Though he contributes, therefore, to the maintenance of them all, they are all more or less independent of him, because generally they can all be maintained without him

    10. Each of them, however, taken singly, contributes often but a very small share to the maintenance of any individual of this greater number

    11. But the herring-bus bounty contributes to no such good purpose

    12. If a purpose leads to happiness, or at least contributes to happiness, how does it do that? For one thing, purpose can promote happiness if it reduces the number of concerns on which you focus your attention

    13. The trade of the merchant-importer of foreign corn for home consumption, evidently contributes to the immediate supply of the home market, and must so far be immediately beneficial to the great body of the people

    14. The trade of the merchant-carrier, or of the importer of foreign corn, in order to export it again, contributes to the plentiful supply of the home market

    15. Mastering the dichotomy of life eventually contributes to the growth of our soul and humanity on Earth

    16. contributes to ensuring that you will continue to create

    17. The class of proprietors contributes to the annual produce, by the expense which they may occasionally lay out upon the improvement of the land, upon the buildings, drains, inclosures, and other ameliorations, which they may either make or maintain upon it, and by means of which the cultivators are enabled, with the same capital, to raise a greater produce, and consequently to pay a greater rent

    18. The industry of merchants, artificers, and manufacturers, though in its own nature altogether unproductive, yet contributes in this manner indirectly to increase the produce of the land

    19. But when it is applied to any other purpose, each carriage is supposed to pay for more than that wear and tear, and contributes to the supply of some other exigency of the state

    20. 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

    21. During the minority of a man of great fortune, he contributes commonly very little, by his consumption, towards the support of that state from whose protection he derives a great revenue

    22. regularly contributes to other player’s pockets,” he said and laughed

    23. government contributes the amount that they estimate is needed for a minimum pension

    24. principle instrument of accumulation and concentration of wealth and therefore contributes to social

    25. expectation just contributes to the emotional stress around sexual

    26. Object-orientation contributes to the

    27. Remember not all activities of quality assurance are directly contributes to realization of product in a project, some of them are linked to the organizational maturity and contribution to other projects

    28. Vilfredo Pareto the Italian economist used this chart in distinguishing the key factors which contributes significantly to the results

    29. siveness that contributes to a higher standard

    30. That contributes to the social degeneration upon which the Civil War depends

    31. This supposed objectivity is phony, and contributes to alienate

    32. Everything contributes to

    33. What contributes to that pleasing scenic condition is the fact that, under a volcanic layer, rest numerous and abundant deposits of water

    34. Each caste contributes to the survival of the Colony; each caste has its role to play

    35. Roger’s unwavering dedication to International Education stems from his sincere belief that it fosters friendships among peoples of different languages and cultures and contributes in a very positive way to world understanding and peace

    36. that give rise to the ‘best’ appearance of the object, not realizing that each appearance contributes

    37. Against this negative view of material compatibility, the compatibility between a self-object and intentional source means that the self-object contributes to sustaining the source, and that a source cannot be understood as an isolated object independent of external factors for its persistence

    38. It’s easy to say we act the way we do as we are tired, most of the time we are and it contributes

    39. contributes to the response rate that comes from these lists when selling your products

    40. "A man is valued not by what he gets but by what he contributes"

    41. which accounts for about one third of our total health care bill and contributes to

    42. Every human being contributes and has access to the Akashic records

    43. This suggests that the ability to delay gratification contributes powerfully to intellectual potential, quite apart from IQ itself

    44. Steng contributes a fact, “Brinkley was born in early 1960, according to the immigration records

    45. Heavy drinking over the long term can also impair your liver's ability to activate vitamins, which contributes to the malnutrition often suffered by long term alcoholics

    46. which contributes to the greater good – so start by reiterating the goal, and then show how further

    47. Only 40 per cent of the land is irrigated while 60 per cent of the population depends on agriculture and contributes just 20 per cent to the GDP

    48. Studies have shown that self-reliance contributes to the birth of de-motivation

    49. toward the realization of shared dreams contributes dramatically to the level of

    50. “Since we have gifts that differ according to the grace given to us, let us exercise them: if prophecy, in proportion to the faith; if ministry, in ministering; if one is a teacher, in teaching, if one exhorts, in exhortation; if one contributes, in generosity; if one is over others, with diligence; if one does acts of mercy, with cheerfulness

    1. trapped emotions appeared as a contributing factor,

    2. and this may have been a contributing factor to the

    3. contributing factor in the creation of this cancer? I

    4. “Is there a trapped emotion that is contributing to

    5. The Lodges' account, into which they had been annually contributing about fifteen hundred dollars was now, after nine years of also modestly compounded interest: $25,400

    6. As in a civilized country there are but few commodities of which the exchangeable value arises from labour only, rent and profit contributing largely to that of the far greater part of them, so the annual produce of its labour will always be sufficient to purchase or command a much greater quantity of labour than what was employed in raising, preparing, and bringing that produce to market

    7. You may be told that the individual is contributing to your success in a more

    8. Were two men of equal fortune to spend their revenue, the one chiefly in the one way, the other in the other, the magnificence of the person whose expense had been chiefly in durable commodities, would be continually increasing, every day's expense contributing something to support and heighten the effect of that of the following day ; that of the other, on the contrary, would be no greater at the end of the period than at the beginning

    9. Even upon this very moderate supposition, the great body of the people, over and above contributing the tax which pays the bounty of 5s

    10. It is reasonable, therefore, that they should be defrayed by the general contribution of the whole society ; all the different members contributing, as nearly as possible, in proportion to their respective abilities

    11. As Assistant Attorney General under Clinton, formed the infamous wall between the activities of the CIA and FBI, thus contributing mightily to the disaster of 9/ll, without so much as an admonishment from her president

    12. Can we ever guess at just what point it shades into evil? I offer as examples, Nancy Pelosi, Barney Frank, and Christopher Dodd, without whose help, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mack would have not blown up, thus causing, not merely contributing to, the incredible housing crisis of the last two years

    13. Churchill ordered bombing civilian targets in 1942 as a way to placate the Soviets, to say Britain was contributing to the war effort without directly invading Europe yet

    14. Irene River American industries were contributing their fair share

    15. Overtime has been a contributing factor to the current year’s projected deficit

    16. Another (unintended) factor contributing to worker anxiety is low savings/investment to spending ratios

    17. Another big plus about Shannon’s return to the old neighborhood, she remembered distinctly, was that he and Sal saw each other less frequently, contributing greatly to the quality of her life

    18. that they were contributing to their animal’s poor health and pending death

    19. Right up to the election itself many conservatives remained convinced he was not one of them, contributing to his defeat

    20. However, some of the powers that be in the Church of Scotland did not help themselves by giving an impression that the Kirk was not unduly worried at the prospect of losing so many committed and contributing members

    21. At any rate, I was so excited that I couldn’t sleep for five days, leading to my first psychosis, or at least contributing to it

    22. Now, what might science have discovered in a way of contributing to this? In looking forward to the conclusion of chapter 17, The Revelation, there is a description of an event that seems evocative of John’s visionary experience

    23. increasing at the old rate and this has led to a larger number retiring than are contributing to the system

    24. His sacrifice (restitution) seems to have been for the sin of artifice, contributing to his brother’s loss of his birthright

    25. he had been contributing to throughout the NYC excursions stops

    26. contributing and more receiving the benefits

    27. Contributing time to test many kinds of user input will help harden a project against

    28. Usage of prototypes, conference room piloting, performing meeting with client or review by client all of them contributing to validation of requirements

    29. Dan Seligman, a contributing editor of Forbes magazine, wonders whether the media bosses behind such mind-bending use of words in their reporting of pedophilia in the Catholic Church really believe in what they are saying

    30. Teach them to earn their place by being a contributing part of it

    31. excluded as contributing to a DNA profile, then you could say the blood

    32. energy security, potentially resulting in increased greenhouse gas emissions, and contributing to an imbalance between electric supply and demand

    33. “The next to be invited were eight thousand of the magically gifted among The People of Life, and they generally co-operated in groups of dozens to hundreds in contributing to gifts and selecting them

    34. It was evident that the pains had been contributing

    35. “Everyone we have with any magic is contributing power there, even if they can barely light a candle, by Imperial Decree! I was there this morning myself with eight of my friends

    36. That includes thousands who were in the Great Link and were driven to the brink of breakdown by sharing in your deaths and Talia’s suffering during your battle with Zarkog, and some suffered from being Linked or contributing power beyond their healthy limits

    37. Sam struggled to think of something to say, as a way of contributing to the conversation

    38. After the first shock Trask went cold, contributing only occasional sarcasm to this initial conclave

    39. have received this power are contributing to the growth of those who gave it to

    40. are a few other reasons that are contributing to

    41. There have been a couple of deaths where we have suspected that the side effects were the direct contributing cause

    42. It sounds strange, but it’s true - your child’s habits at school may be contributing to problems at home

    43. By achieving a good mental health and physical health, you become capable of contributing something good towards your family and also to this society

    44. Dealing systems are on-line computers that link the contributing banks around the world on a

    45. His father too was becoming a nuisance, insisting it was time his son found an after school job and started contributing to the family expenses


    47. The CEO of CN at the time of the disaster, Roger Cook, and the representative of the new owners, Bill Mason, and by default UVS Holdings itself were most probably complicit in contributing to the disaster, insomuch as they were:

    48. " Rather was this a season for thinking over the whole eventful and varied career of the Urantia bestowal and for the careful laying of those plans for further ministry which would best serve this world while also contributing something to the betterment of all other rebellion-isolated spheres

    49. If you stay here and are a part of this system then you’re contributing to the system that promotes war and jihad and terrorism

    50. There were heaps of garbage and filth on the pavements contributing to the constant stench that arose from the stagnant water

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