denominate sätze

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Denominate sätze (in englisch)

1. He is apt to denominate, however, his whole gain, profit, and thus confounds rent with profit, at least in common language.
2. It has been often said that the proposal to denominate a limited amount of suffering, terminated by destruction, Death, is unreasonable.
3. It’s theoretically possible in the distant future that a currency like Bitcoin could be used to denominate the prices of goods as an international standard.
4. Under this view of men's condition, it is reasonable to entertain hopeful views of the final salvation of millions whom we denominate 'heathens,’ but whom God loves, and has visited in His grace in every land.
5. There may have been developed that special form of Humanity which we denominate The Christ, or God manifest in the Flesh;—and this may be at least as provable by spiritual evidence and by sufficient testimony, as the gradual conversion of protoplasm into a camelopard, or of a simian into a man.
6. Aloft towers the great historical Church—still overpowering the imagination of mankind by its marvels of architecture and of art; revolting their reason and conscience by its representations of the Omnipotent Enemy, whom it dares to denominate GOD; while it exposes Him to ridicule as pacified by the interventions of S.
7. He called it the SLEET'S CROW'S-NEST, in honour of himself; he being the original inventor and patentee, and free from all ridiculous false delicacy, and holding that if we call our own children after our own names (we fathers being the original inventors and patentees), so likewise should we denominate after ourselves any other apparatus we may beget.

1. For example, a bond denominated in U.
2. Turning to look at the US dollar denominated side, DLR.
3. ATM is different from that which the bank account is denominated in (e.
4. For a Deutsche Mark denominated fee, the intrepid author of the Business.
5. For a 60-day option denominated in dollars, we might use the yield on a 60-day U.
6. Linton encountered and conquered the worst shock of what was denominated a brain fever.
7. The filaments appear to be even more highly denominated alloys than the bodies themselves.
8. This change happens through juridical organization as Bank of the Third Sector that is denominated.
9. Cash investments denominated in the currencies of all G10 markets other than the United States outperformed U.
10. It differs from that also by being less brittle, and possessing the quality denominated by stonecutters, tough.
11. It is aimed at market professional rather than private investors and the instruments are denominated at least at €50,000.
12. U ETFs, both of which trade on the TSX (even though one is denominated in US dollars), though this will involve paying fixed commission costs.
13. Morey's engine should rather be denominated a revolving engine than a rotatory one, especially as it is essentially different from one so called invented by Mr.
14. Among those obligations were Eurobonds (bonds denominated in dollars but issued outside the United States) that paid 12 percent annually, with only one payment per year.
15. Though universally denominated a dolphin, I nevertheless call this book-binder's fish an attempt at a whale; because it was so intended when the device was first introduced.
16. Indeed the different varieties of it are generally scattered over the surface, in pieces so small, that for convenience sake, the whole may be denominated a silicious gravel.
17. From having the baleen in his mouth, the Fin-Back is sometimes included with the right whale, among a theoretic species denominated WHALEBONE WHALES, that is, whales with baleen.
18. It is important to note that Market Leaders allow the inclusion of American Depository Receipts (ADRs), which are dollar denominated overseas shares, which trade in the United States.
19. I believe meteoric stones to result from all meteoric explosions; limiting, however, the term meteor to those phenomena, in the higher regions of the air, denominated fire-balls, shooting-stars, &c.
20. In this age there exist people who do not distinguish between the very great Saint Bernard and the Saint Bernard denominated of the poor Catholics, a certain good ecclesiastic who lived in the thirteenth century.
21. I enter the formula for calculation of EMI in Cell A4 as =PMT(A2/12,A3*12,-A1) {Note that the EMI calculations in Excel are denominated in months and also that reverse cash flows are indicated by negative numbers}.
22. Later on he read that it was the French Prime Minister, Chirac, who denominated it so, perhaps in a moment of diplomatic euphoria, suggests Roger… In his view, it is indeed impressive and awe-inspiring, but it does not rise to the level of eighth wonder.
23. To those of our readers who may not be familiar with this subject, we would however take the liberty to remark, that porcelain clays generally arise from the decomposition of granite, and particularly of that kind which is denominated graphic granite, and which abounds with feldspar.
24. These beings belonged to that bastard class composed of coarse people who have been successful, and of intelligent people who have descended in the scale, which is between the class called "middle" and the class denominated as "inferior," and which combines some of the defects of the second with.
25. The people poor, unemployed and retired; people’s groupings in the informal economy or fair trade; participators in Solidary Economy Network, Red de Trueque Solidario or in claimable movements (people landless, unhoused, unwaged, jobless, helpless and other “without”) represent what we denominated of “Last Sector”.
26. In Step 4b: Investing with TD Direct Investing I just mentioned four TD e-series funds, but you may notice that on the complete list of e-series funds on TD’s website that for US and international equity funds there are at least two versions: one denominated in Canadian dollars, and another one also in Canadian dollars but called currency neutral.
27. Randolph) has said the Government would not, on a former occasion, go to war, when their trade, which consisted in carrying the produce of one foreign country to another, was annoyed and cut up; and why not, he says, be pacific now, as well as then? While I agree that our national rights extend to both alike, admitting, however, every Government to make her own municipal regulations, I must be allowed to consider our direct export and import trade much better worth contending for, than what has been denominated our carrying trade.
28. Neither does it appear very necessary to recur, in examining this question, in the view I intend to take of it, to writers or authorities, as they are called, on public law or laws of nations, because, if any time heretofore, there was a public law acknowledged and practised by all civilized nations, that law is, in these times, become obsolete and disused; and the great nations of the old world have severally adopted particular systems of law respecting other nations, adapted to their own several existing circumstances, and bottomed on principles different from those which heretofore were denominated principles of public law.
29. It is more than two hundred years since Lord Bacon recommended this method of study, to which the civilized nations owe the greater part of their prosperity and the more valuable part of their knowledge; purging the mind from narrow prejudices and denominated theories more effectually than by the keenest irony; calling the attention of men from heaven to earth more successfully by surprising experiments than by the most forcible demonstrations of their ignorance; educating the inventive faculties more powerfully by the near prospect of useful discoveries thrown open to all, than by talk of bringing to light the innate laws of our mind.
30. The distinguished scientist Herr Professor Luitpold Blumenduft tendered medical evidence to the effect that the instantaneous fracture of the cervical vertebrae and consequent scission of the spinal cord would, according to the best approved tradition of medical science, be calculated to inevitably produce in thehuman subject a violent ganglionic stimulus of the nerve centres of the genital apparatus, thereby causing the elastic pores of the corpora cavernosa to rapidly dilate in such a way as to instantaneously facilitate the flow of blood to that part of the human anatomy known as the penis or male organ resulting in the phenomenon which has been denominated by the faculty a morbid upwards and outwards philoprogenitive erection in articulo mortis per diminutionem capitis.
1. Burke denominates murder!.
2. Burke, (the great Edmund,) who was certainly no innovator, denominates Charles XII.
3. The answer of Jacob to the Egyptian monarch, in which, when questioned as to his years, he denominates his life a pilgrimage, indicates, as is argued in the Epistle to the Hebrews, a distant aim of the weary traveller, beyond the limits of the present state.

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