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Diminished sätze (in englisch)

  1. The diminished ratio would have.
  2. Risk is not diminished as time passes.
  3. He looked diminished and downtrodden.
  4. They gradually diminished as the arm.
  5. The intensity of his eyes diminished some.

  6. The mortals’ faith diminished every day.
  7. But Shrank, with each word, was diminished.
  8. Varek looked down and his smile diminished.
  9. The mountain now seemed diminished, fragile.
  10. The rain was greatly diminished and I knew.
  11. It has diminished greatly since Smolénsk.
  12. However, the price received will be diminished.
  13. Today, though, he found his position diminished.
  14. Meanwhile, the pitcher of ale rapidly diminished.
  15. That is why we are living severely diminished lives.

  16. This strategy will also lead to a diminished stock.
  17. The smile never diminished on the other man’s face.
  18. His count of enchanted objects had diminished by one.
  19. When the live steam diminished enough that we could.
  20. The result will be a diminished EVA, and a declining.
  21. It affected everyone in an area, and diminished in time.
  22. The struggling diminished as the man suffocated on his.
  23. The pile of phone messages had only slightly diminished.
  24. The power of that word enslavement is not diminished by.
  25. In effect, profits are enhanced and risk is diminished if.

  26. No sign that the torture had diminished his strength at all.
  27. The pumping was an enormous exertion for the diminished men.
  28. His anger swelled and then diminished as the minutes passed.
  29. His response was that money had diminished his creativity as.
  30. My physical presence has not yet diminished but my soul, yes.
  31. The cloud of elders diminished, and James hurried to take his.
  32. The floor has stopped shaking, but the sound has not diminished.
  33. Not materially, not logically, but emotionally diminished lives.
  34. Nothing has diminished its vividness or unreality in four years.
  35. Inevitably, the Navy with diminished SCN (new ship construction).
  36. She feared that in her presently diminished state, she no longer.
  37. Two nights in the woods haven’t diminished your beauty a bit.
  38. Obviously, Tragus's search for her hadn’t diminished his thirst.
  39. And did little to nothing to restore her already diminished energy.
  40. The objection to the measure is not diminished by that circumstance.
  41. Furthermore, this signal diminished gradually when the associative.
  42. Alilia slowed her flow of power to him, and his glow diminished a bit.
  43. His focus was distorted and his observational skills were diminished.
  44. The intense look diminished somewhat as she said, I don’t think.
  45. Ilyás gave him a house and cattle, and his own wealth was diminished.
  46. Somehow, he thought the cat's luck had been diminished along the way.
  47. AS ROSEMARY AGED, her angry flashes of temper diminished dramatically.
  48. The enigma of the letter was not diminished by Jeff’s reaction to it.
  49. So the stone is diminished by that amount of power? Tithian asked.
  50. Its presence diminished by the plethora of red, orange and yellow hues.
  51. A personal experience has intensified rather than diminished that idea.
  52. We, however, have not yet been destroyed or greatly diminished by debt.
  53. His means of taming is simple, for already the spiders have diminished.
  54. The Abbot’s oppressive presence in their lives had diminished of late.
  55. Once he’d bound my leg between two sturdy sticks, the pain diminished.
  56. The profits of stock would be diminished, both really and in appearance.
  57. The monster finally diminished to it’s flaccid size and the lil bomber.
  58. The raucous gunfire and helicopter blades slowly diminished into silence.
  59. Despite the apparent age of the material the colour had not diminished any.
  60. The footsteps diminished and ran down the steps at the rear of the tenement.
  61. His own attacks had diminished to the walls of lightning and Fire Serpents.
  62. However, his interest in Ella diminished visibly, and he took her hand away.
  63. Silence fell around them as the flickering glow of intense fires diminished.
  64. It was diminished, it was small! How strange to see it less than it had been.
  65. The engine roared and within few seconds the whole view diminished behind me.
  66. Under-funding prospective projects will lead to diminished earnings and the.
  67. Crowds of beings swelled and diminished as creatures and people came and went.
  68. The pure desert air brought on fits of yawning but hardly diminished our lust.
  69. I was able to isolate the precise frequency: the flatted or diminished fifth.
  70. Capitals are increased by parsimony, and diminished by prodigality and misconduct.
  71. This effect remained diminished after 28 days of washout, although some increase.
  72. These individuals are sadly diminished; however, I will not argue the point here.
  73. At the same time the need for space has diminished significantly as options for.
  74. And day by day, by tiny almost imperceptible increments her suffering diminished.
  75. As his lung capacity diminished, the oxygen supply to the brain grew less and less.
  76. If the attention gets diminished, change your attention to another pleasant object.
  77. Perhaps more so, since the physical need progressively, if temporarily, diminished.
  78. If it is not augmented, their real recompence will evidently be so much diminished.
  79. He knew from watching during the original outbreak their appetites never diminished.
  80. Their number will only be diminished by the change of the moral standard of society.
  81. The rush hour traffic had diminished to a light flow, no hindrance to their journey.
  82. In 2006, the firm acquired Burlington Resources with stock and debt that diminished.
  83. But, even in his diminished state, he can garner enough power to do what he needs to.
  84. The frenzy of the rogue wave had diminished but there was still a rough swirling and.
  85. Fortunately, your Being is never diminished or contracted, only the sense of your self.
  86. Her height diminished, her body uncovered, herself offered to the man in front of her.
  87. There is still the haunting look, the diminished vitality and the difficulty to sleep.
  88. Even though Nixon is still technically the president, his powers are deeply diminished.
  89. They belonged to that class of men who, when diminished in number, increase in courage.
  90. On the other hand, the man most often relates his sense of shame to feeling diminished.
  91. On this view the difficulties above discussed are greatly diminished or even disappear.
  92. The guards and patrols have diminished their size and number of reconnaissance missions.
  93. Both of our clans have diminished significantly in size since that internecine campaign.
  94. As far as Galimoto could tell, the horde had diminished little from the humans' efforts.
  95. A smaller proportion of this diminished surplus, therefore, must belong to the landlord.
  96. A moment later a blue glow was given off by the stone, which brightened, then diminished.
  97. I would say that the amount of suffering in those situations has diminished enormously.
  98. The good effects of this liberty, however, must be somewhat diminished by the 4th of Geo.
  99. The shops were still open but the circulation of people and vehicles gradually diminished.
  100. His head steward came to him at Orel and Pierre reckoned up with him his diminished income.
  1. The army was rapidly diminishing.
  2. Everything around her was diminishing.
  3. This showed diminishing buying pressure.
  4. The heat from his hand was slowly diminishing.
  5. Here: diminishing possibility comes into play.
  6. Byron response to famine and diminishing resources.
  7. His suit seemed to be diminishing even as I watched.
  8. And the expected time for recovery is diminishing.
  9. He did, and the noise abated with a diminishing roar.
  10. In terms of diminishing libido, stress is right up there.
  11. It was apparent that our chances of escape were diminishing.
  12. Categories of diminishing reflections of the whole: fractals.
  13. There has been such a tremendous diminishing of stress - its.
  14. Yet these scientists who learn at a diminishing rate of return.
  15. As a consequence their role in the private sector is diminishing.
  16. Machinery, use of soapstone in diminishing friction of, xiii, 192.
  17. Meanwhile, Id watched our water diminishing faster than it should.
  18. Even Skepticism aff ected Christianity in terms of diminishing the.
  19. He could no longer fight with Sam, his glow was diminishing quickly.
  20. It has a reward of increasing return instead of a diminishing return.
  21. You will ultimately get diminishing returns on your training sessions.
  22. Society, the State, by diminishing his hoard, had robbed him wholesale.
  23. Instinctual control diminishing: while experiential control increases.
  24. The name given to this universal curse is the law of diminishing returns.
  25. Her food supplies were diminishing, and this filled her with new anxiety.
  26. Whose the killer of the ain'ts? Inquired the ever diminishing number.
  27. CHANGES IN THE COST OF CAPITAL: Diminishing beta will decrease the cost of.
  28. After two years of diminishing its debt, the firm may be past its optimum.
  29. Cass and Unks stroll towards the crew while staring at the diminishing dock.
  30. He was taller than he was, he could tell that even in the diminishing light.
  31. She listened to her heart again and the sound of it diminishing into silence.
  32. Maria was thrust forward toward the diminishing form of Elon in the distance.
  33. By diminishing nothing one uncover singularity and the effort brings in a new.
  34. The sounds of activity were rapidly diminishing as at last he peered over the top.
  35. Therefore, you would quickly reach a point of diminishing returns by adding symbols.
  36. Such skills can be improved through discipline however subject to diminishing returns.
  37. With a thrust of his arm he pointed to the bay that was diminishing in the fading light.
  38. The dynamics of diminishing returns has been scientifically proven in countless studies.
  39. Behind him, the sky, New Jersey, and the water were a parfait of diminishing brightness.
  40. Be as exact as you can, neither exaggerating your claim nor diminishing it out of modesty.
  41. Don’t be redicu… Tolro began, but his voice trailed off with a diminishing scream.
  42. The sound made by their wings came down distinctly, diminishing as they went away southward.
  43. When an animal learns at a rate of diminishing return: they get stupider and stop wanting to live.
  44. He drinks red wine, the bottles coming from a diminishing store under the stairs in the farmhouse.
  45. The dimensions of the Calorimotor may be much reduced without proportionably diminishing the effect.
  46. God forbid that I should diminish France! But amalgamating Napoleon with her is not diminishing her.
  47. Why does he retain a small, though diminishing number of admirers? The answer, I think, is his mind.
  48. That left him only with bad options…and a steadily diminishing amount of time to decide what to do.
  49. Between his diminishing hope and the deteriorating situation he was in, things were not looking good.
  50. There was a small part of me that still wanted to live, though it was diminishing as the years passed.
  51. Only the solitary and diminishing rows of lanterns could be seen vanishing into the street in the distance.
  52. Women, generally have reasons that are more psychological than physiological in diminishing desire for sex.
  53. Nevertheless, that peace was fragile and contingent on diminishing resources amongst a burgeoning population.
  54. He discovered that Earth contained plenty of gold, which Nibiru needed to protect its diminishing atmosphere.
  55. It has always been used as a place for socializing diminishing the actual purpose of the so caled music room.
  56. By diminishing nothing one uncover singularity and the effort brings in a new perspective not yet introduced.
  57. He spoke arrogantly, Congratulations on your victory over our base, but be warned it is a fast diminishing one.
  58. One strong example is the law of diminishing returns, which seem valid only when applied to strict going concerns.
  59. Fizzicist led them further along an ever diminishing track, heavily grassed so their footfalls made hardly a sound.
  60. Stratos was writing his novel in those first two years and this seemed to absorb more and more of his diminishing energy.
  61. My energy was fast diminishing and about a hundred steps away from the top, a feeling of complete exhaustion overcame me.
  62. After that big one, I was in and out of minor depressions and was struggling to keep my business afloat with diminishing.
  63. Whenever greater than average performance became the normal requirement, a regime of diminishing returns would be invoked.
  64. Do they not see how We deal with the earth, diminishing it at its edges? God judges; and nothing can hold back His judgment.
  65. As they stared at each other the world began to shrink, sounds diminishing, and then the fighters were released to their corners.
  66. Kejriwal, who had realized that the politics of fasts and dharnas was subject to diminishing returns, was excited at the prospect.
  67. The Virgin Queen finishes passing by, and then begins putting distant waters between the ship and her diminishing gracefulness.
  68. The only semiotic consideration diminishing its bearish message is that the stock market is the object of the sentence, not its subject.
  69. The rate, at which this layer of Ozone is diminishing, could also be attributed to some degree to the Earth’s magnetic field weakening.
  70. His bid for Salenko to be the next President of Russia was on course and the protectors of the West were diminishing in numbers by the day.
  71. The scarcity of a dear year, by diminishing the demand for labour, tends to lower its price, as the high price of provisions tends to raise it.
  72. Our local and federal governments need to step in and begin replacing the diminishing pipes and take a proactive approach rather than reactive.
  73. The mores of our conservative culture, the undermining of her reputation and diminishing new openings for marriage always work against the woman.
  74. Embittered by this loss, Ngo was considering his diminishing options when the third fighter made its pass, coming in very low and hugging the ground.
  75. They discussed minor school matters, commiserated over their diminishing congregation, and sipped a coffee prepared and delivered by the housekeeper.
  76. Again and again, lightning bolts struck nearby ground, thunder echoing out into the surrounding area, diminishing only as it rumbled into the distance.
  77. Every shipyard in those towns and cities that had built the great warships, merchantmen, and liners had diminishing prospects, if not shuttered gates.
  78. It was more clearly a brazen-faced scramble for a constantly diminishing quantity of booty; since all enterprise had been stupidly killed in the land.
  79. Either during Constantine’s time, or sometime historically soon after, they came to rival the rapidly diminishing authority of the Caesars themselves.
  80. I was reading in one of your columns recently that the Board of Regents is once again exploring creative ways of further diminishing the relevancy of S.
  81. Into the scene of organized mayhem, with hastily thrown on clothes, not diminishing his sense of command, General Tommy Vern Sunderson surveyed the scene.
  82. He rented a small villa in a small seaside village just outside Alexandria which was used as a summer resort by a steadily diminishing number of Europeans.
  83. And in spite of all the advantages bestowed on these men, who are selected from convicts, there is a constantly diminishing number of volunteers for the post.
  84. The high price of exchange, besides, must necessarily have operated as a tax, in raising the price of foreign goods, and thereby diminishing their consumption.
  85. Rory stared after the rapidly diminishing speedboat, then dashed down to the jetty and jumped onto the remaining speedboat untying the mooring rope as he did so.
  86. They fail because they sell at the first sign of trouble, or because they buy and sell too often, thereby diminishing their returns with taxes and trading fees.
  87. I say there is no attraction between two bodies by the force of the mass that is such doing is diminishing the radius parting the bodies by the inverse square law.
  88. In the broad economic sense, there is the law of diminishing returns and of increasing competition which must finally flatten out any sharply upward curve of growth.
  89. The Buddha said he knew of no other factor which was as powerful as mindfulness for the cultivation of wholesome states of mind and the diminishing of unwholesome ones.
  90. During our breakfast trading summit, I had to communicate that there was a lack of quality thought with his fade play, while not diminishing this new trader’s confidence.
  91. This law of diminishing returns seems far less applicable and even non-applicable when the company is to be appraised not as an operator but as an investor and a financier.
  92. But with the diminishing stature of the rulers of the land, their own political diminution was not far off, and so they too ceased to be the wise ministers they used to be.
  93. However, instead of diminishing just before firing, as normally expected, the vibrations increased suddenly and dramatically, violently shaking the structure of the cruiser.
  94. As Rosa got closer, I quickly brushed my fingers through my hair, my grin diminishing to a half smile, and then suddenly she was in front of me, leaning in to kiss my cheek.
  95. Oak was shaking before him; his self control was diminishing as he picked up a glass from the table and hurled it across the room where it shattered the silence of the room.
  96. During a long period in the progress of improvement, the quantity of these is continually diminishing, while, at the same time, the demand for them is continually increasing.
  97. A systematic approach, applying both statistical analyses and expert forecasts, allows diminishing their drawbacks while amplifying advantages of these two parameterization methods.
  98. Habit in producing constitutional peculiarities, and use in strengthening, and disuse in weakening and diminishing organs, appear in many cases to have been potent in their effects.
  99. Once I got in, I was high on Notre Dame every night laughing at the peasants, diminishing the giant runts who had hurt my pals and killed the gyroscope that always spun in my chest.
  100. The diminishing of clearance between the rock layers, due to water being forced to the surface, may have resulted in the onset of a chain reaction, which would have led to the Flood.
  1. As their mass increases, their value diminishes.
  2. Whatever diminishes constraint diminishes strength.
  3. And, in proportion as labor diminishes, needs increase.
  4. It's just that it implies respect and diminishes the intimacy.
  5. The hits ratio should however improve soon as the range diminishes.
  6. The Value of Analysis Diminishes as the Element of Chance Increases.
  7. As the greed for sex diminishes, the complexity of marriage starts.
  8. Anything that diminishes, dies, or goes extinct is considered a failure.
  9. I have heard its value diminishes with every transport, Garcia said.
  10. A new camp will be established here and will grow as the old site diminishes.
  11. Once fixed costs change as they do in Year 4, that mirror diminishes and the.
  12. Whatever we do in life there is always a risk, but as we grow the risk diminishes.
  13. If they are not, then the index's status as a brilliant investment choice diminishes.
  14. Sobriety diminishes, discriminates, and says no; drunkenness expands, unites, and says yes.
  15. It diminishes the effect of further disputes and hard conflicts that may lead to disaster.
  16. That of the manufacturing workmanship diminishes, perhaps, in all of them without exception.
  17. As women age, hormonal production diminishes and this can indirectly contribute to discomfort.
  18. The extent of the market, by giving employment to greater stocks, diminishes apparent profit;.
  19. As the criterion threshold decreases and the strikes range narrows, loss probability diminishes.
  20. The demand for servants increases, while the number of those who offer to supply that demand diminishes.
  21. That diminishes the degradation coming through primal impulses of the beast to enhance the worth of humanity.
  22. The effective maximum length of a baseband network cable segment diminishes as its transmission rate increases.
  23. Partner without warmth, emotion, or himself with sexual dysfunction diminishes the desire in a woman to have sex.
  24. At some point as the outperformance diminishes the premium collected is equal to the appreciation that we sold away.
  25. It is loaded at the beginning of the backtesting process and significantly diminishes the problem of access rapidity.
  26. The excavation gradually diminishes in size as you proceed backward, till at 100 feet from the entrance, it terminates.
  27. At the same time, using the concave function diminishes losses occurring when trading outcome happens to be unfavorable.
  28. Conversely, as the market’s expectations decrease, or demand for an option diminishes, implied volatility will decrease.
  29. I do believe he was mistaken in his „For Whom the Bell Tolls, where he stated that the death of any man diminishes him.
  30. The spiritual fruit begins to manifest in the spirit of humanity to keep the body healthy, as savage gratification diminishes.
  31. Yet, because his goals are subjective, and the goal here is to lead him towards achieving that subjectivity, failure diminishes.
  32. When the forests again take root, they absorb the carbon from the atmosphere through photosynthesis, and the ice age diminishes.
  33. It emits pulsating heat below the skin's surface and diminishes the size of the sebaceous glands, which are responsible for acne.
  34. If you are constantly stressed and do not practice relaxation, your tension will build and the size of your comfort zone diminishes.
  35. Likewise, the hold put on the beast diminishes the notion that shelter is a fort, but instead shelter is a home of comfort and peace.
  36. In the progress of improvement, rent, though it increases in proportion to the extent, diminishes in proportion to the produce of the land.
  37. But in this time only the most ignorant people have faith in any such explanations, and the number of these diminishes every day and every hour.
  38. As the number of possible values for the backoff interval increases, the probability of the systems again selecting the same interval diminishes.
  39. Significant overvaluing observed for combinations situated at the first positions in the ordering sharply diminishes as the position number increases.
  40. It keeps down the revenue of the inhabitants of that country below what it would naturally rise to, and thereby diminishes their power of accumulation.
  41. It can cause the body to exercise, but if it does not exercise itself, pathways can become clogged (Beta-amyloid?) and function diminishes (dementia?).
  42. But, as we decrease our sense of ownership, we decrease the sense and possibility of betrayal and, therefore, the fear and threat of betrayal diminishes.
  43. One of the inherent gifts we receive when we give is that our sense of loneliness diminishes from feeling more connected with ourselves and other people.
  44. It is, perhaps, highest in the highest degree, and it diminishes gradually through the inferior degrees, so as in general to be lowest in the lowest degree.
  45. The energy required to maintain any degree of tension diminishes daily vital energy reserves and prevents free flowing movements within each joint of the body.
  46. Their value, therefore, must diminish as the value of that produce diminishes, and along with it the quantity of money which can be employed in circulating them.
  47. Whatever diminishes his ability to cultivate, necessarily keeps down, below what it would otherwise have been, the most important part of the revenue of the community.
  48. The sloping underwater part of the beach—the submerged area that slows down and diminishes the effects of waves and currents—was dredged and used for fill elsewhere.
  49. And the more we perceive of these influences the more our conception of his freedom diminishes and the more our conception of the necessity that weighs on him increases.
  50. Although the results are more extreme for the ±8% cutoff, they also suggest that the advantage of targeting more extreme earnings announcement returns diminishes quickly.
  51. This circumstance, although it in a degree diminishes the approximation of the American to the British commerce, in point of amount does not materially affect the argument.
  52. Sex is like the top soil of a relationship, if it is strip-mined, the harvest diminishes and then supplements become necessary, like toys, role play, additional partners and pain.
  53. It is usual that a gourmet would want to consume this dish on the same day, or better yet within hours of the time that the calf is slaughtered as the gland's flavor swiftly diminishes.
  54. This happens because the habits and behaviours are supported and strengthened by stress and when the stress diminishes, the support and strength of habits and behaviours also diminishes.
  55. One explanation for the lower profitability is that the benefits of volatility collapse and time decay diminishes with extended expiration dates, resulting in lower returns for short straddles.
  56. The band-pass filter simultaneously diminishes the amplitude at low frequencies, qualifying it as a detrender, and diminishes the amplitude at high frequencies, qualifying it as a data smoother.
  57. Their neighbours are soon obliged to sell at the same price, though they cannot so well afford it, and though it always diminishes, and sometimes takes away altogether, both their rent and their profit.
  58. This also diminishes the total risk of the portfolio because in the case of a market breakdown, excess put options yield additional profit which offsets partially the losses incurred by short positions.
  59. The tythe, where there is no modus, and where it is levied in kind, diminishes more what would otherwise be the rent of the landlord, than a land tax which really amounted to five shillings in the pound.
  60. It should be noted, too, that dollar averaging diminishes the need to beat inflation, because changes in the value of money probably will, in the long run, be offset by changes in the returns on securities.
  61. When profit diminishes, merchants are very apt to complain that trade decays, though the diminution of profit is the natural effect of its prosperity, or of a greater stock being employed in it than before.
  62. It has another agenda: to reduce all the universe and everything in it to a simple material process—a single mathematical equation that captures yet diminishes the complexity of life, reality, and the cosmos.
  63. The great danger of the Two House theory is that it diminishes the glory of the Gospel and the Church, which is Jew and Gentile made one in the Messiah, not that Jews have been rejoined to their lost physical kin.
  64. It is because the demand for labour increases in years of sudden and extraordinary plenty, and diminishes in those of sudden and extraordinary scarcity, that the money price of labour sometimes rises in the one, and sinks in the other.
  65. It frequently takes from the tenant so great a part of his capital, and thereby diminishes so much his ability to cultivate the land, that he finds it more difficult to pay a small rent than it would otherwise have been to pay a great one.
  66. The surmise that its author provided herself with some historical backing for her portraiture of Lady Kitty and Geoffry Cliffe, in the characters of Lady Caroline Lamb and Lord Byron, by no means diminishes admiration of her creative powers.
  67. In proportion as the number diminishes, the fatigue increases, the service of each becomes more painful; the moment could then be seen drawing near when there would be but a dozen bent and aching shoulders to bear the heavy rule of Saint-Benoit.
  68. While (bottom-up) analysis (associated with the left brain) is natural for the 1d’ers, analysis diminishes and becomes superfluous for the 3d’ers (who appear to be using intuition or ‘direct knowledge’ — associated with the right brain).
  69. In short, the gap between the dollar return from the option and the stock investment diminishes as the stock price rises, but the dollar loss from the cash investment exceeds that from the call option at an accelerated speed as the stock price goes down.
  70. Sometimes the question would arise; Is our work done? Has the Restriction Act, which for the present diminishes so greatly the incoming of fresh recruits for our schools, rung the knell of our missionary success? But to this question only one answer was possible.
  71. 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.
  72. But to stand working slowly in a field, and feel the creep of rain-water, first in legs and shoulders, then on hips and head, then at back, front, and sides , and yet to work on till the leaden light diminishes and marks that the sun is down, demands a distinct modicum of stoicism, even of valour.
  73. Thus our conception of free will and inevitability gradually diminishes or increases according to the greater or lesser connection with the external world, the greater or lesser remoteness of time, and the greater or lesser dependence on the causes in relation to which we contemplate a man’s life.
  74. As the quantity of stock to be lent at interest increases, the interest, or the price which must be paid for the use of that stock, necessarily diminishes, not only from those general causes which make the market price of things commonly diminish as their quantity increases, but from other causes which are peculiar to this particular case.
  75. The extension of tillage, by diminishing the quantity of wild pasture, diminishes the quantity of butcher's meat, which the country naturally produces without labour or cultivation; and, by increasing the number of those who have either corn, or, what comes to the same thing, the price of corn, to give in exchange for it, increases the demand.
  76. 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.
  77. Such slight observations, however, upon the prices either of corn or of other commodities, would not probably have misled so many intelligent authors, had they not been influenced at the same time by the popular notion, that as the quantity of silver naturally increases in every country with the increase of wealth, so its value diminishes as its quantity increases.
  78. This opinion they seem to have been led into, partly by the observations which they had occasion to make upon the prices both of corn and of some other parts of the rude produce of land, and partly by the popular notion, that as the quantity of silver naturally increases in every country with the increase of wealth, so its value diminishes as it quantity increases.
  79. The extraordinary exportation of corn, therefore occasioned by the bounty, not only in every particular year diminishes the home, just as much as it extends the foreign market and consumption, but, by restraining the population and industry of the country, its final tendency is to stint and restrain the gradual extension of the home market ; and thereby, in the long-run, rather to diminish than to augment the whole market and consumption of corn.
  80. When a society begins to lose its moral compass or becomes less critical of questionable points of views or unseemly behavior that diminishes an individual‘s intellectual and moral character, however, and when principled and far-sighted judgments(s) become increasingly muddled and uncertain and when that society fails to exercise reasonable discretion by indiscriminately embracing every hare-brained idea for tolerance sake or taking every (novel) proposition at its face value without giving serious thought to the matter and when an individual, lest he or she be perceived as close-minded or confrontational, remains on the sidelines as a casual observer rather than an active participant, such actions or inactions, whatever the case may be, must inevitably usher the moral and intellectual decline of that society.
  81. And as My light shines in the darkness, and diminishes not,.

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13. But the love and desire I felt for her did not diminish.
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22. The effectiveness of the bulb will diminish with time and use.
23. It did, obviously, but that is not to diminish the daunting.
24. Nothing may either add to His Greatness or diminish His Glory.
25. Akito lowered the blade and I felt most of my anxiety diminish.
26. That doesn’t diminish, however, the sense that for a moment.
27. This can help to diminish the fear that they are feeling inside.
28. As the colony increases, the profits of stock gradually diminish.
29. Prayer, faith and time diminish the agony and makes way for action.
30. They work effectively and safely to diminish and remove the lesions.
31. The warm feeling flooding through Locke’s chest didn’t diminish.
32. However, the focus on your career starts to diminish after the 23rd.
33. But as their acceptance increases, their reliability tends to diminish.
34. What do you want me to do? He asks as he tries to diminish her fears.
35. Uh, oh, the driver said as the vehicle’s speed began to diminish.
36. The noise in the double beam room started to diminish as looms started.
37. Still, it doesn’t diminish in any way your achievements on this course.
38. Her face was awash with tears, but they didn’t diminish her beauty at all.
39. Its loss does not diminish the ability to function - and function very well.
40. The stuffy air which had played hob with her sleep did not diminish at the door.
41. Those leaves boiled into one pot of water should greatly diminish Mai’s pain.
42. Hicks watched the horses and hounds diminish in the distance, then spoke to Lisa.
43. A thousand candles can be lit from one, does that diminish the flame of the one?
44. Nevertheless…that fact does not diminish my passion in seeing this task through.
45. But not even death can diminish that, nor will death ever take me far away from you.
46. She held the spell at that strength for a moment, then let it ever-so-slowly diminish.
47. He did not like to diminish the property by division, and yet he was anxious that Mr.
48. Her right arm came around slowly but the burning pain in her shoulder did not diminish.
49. They were escorted by the older man, whose gray hair did not diminish his daunting size.
50. Hence no changes in the Vths can diminish the average temperaments of the IIIds and 3ds.
51. That suggestion seemed to diminish a bit Hien’s sadness and she nodded her head to that.
52. Lett BT (1989) Repeated exposures intensify rather than diminish the rewarding effects of.
53. Non-violent methods do not try to humiliate, insult, or diminish the stature of one’s enemy.
54. The 1903 flood and 1917 fire damaged, but did not diminish, the bustling activity at the Yards.
55. Inept managers may diminish a franchise's profitability, but they cannot inflict mortal damage.
56. Stalin made it his business to supervise Lenin’s health at the end and diminish his influence.
57. I watched to see whether it would spread: but no; as it did not diminish, so it did not enlarge.
58. Only with the onset of winter did those evening walks begin to diminish, and often not even then.
59. Techotl's fear did not seem to diminish as they drew away from the chamber where the dead men lay.
60. One strange thing that has occurred to them, their memories of their past has started to diminish.
61. As it has no tendency to diminish the quantity, it can have none to raise the price of that produce.
62. In order to pay the tax, it can never be his interest to diminish the quantity of his produce, nor.
63. God forbid that I should diminish France! But amalgamating Napoleon with her is not diminishing her.
64. Everyone is completely forbidden to do anything that could possibly diminish their capacity to work.
65. The royal castes can, if they choose, diminish their impact during sex and make it merely stupendous.
66. The men in the fort were holding their own; but the shrieks of the Picts did not diminish in savagery.
67. The man bought thousands at $10 and as supply started to diminish, the villagers stopped their effort.
68. As capitals increase in any country, the profits which can be made by employing them necessarily diminish.
69. The passage of time should never diminish the highest regards a society retains for its historical heritage.
70. As he came out of the mist and their fears subsided, he seemed suddenly to diminish to ordinary hobbit-size.
71. To what purpose shall we diminish it? We must not deny our country in the past any more than in the present.
72. I told her she looked like a sister to her children and as to the wrinkles, they did not diminish her beauty.
73. The intercession of the saints and angels at the hour of its death, in order to diminish temporal punishment.
74. A tax, indeed, may render the goods upon which it is imposed so dear, as to diminish the consumption of them.
75. All of that should diminish his stress and help reduce his hair loss, which was his main concern at that moment.
76. It is the natural effect of improvement, however, to diminish gradually the real price of almost all manufactures.
77. Nor, in profile, does this wondrous brow diminish; though that way viewed its grandeur does not domineer upon you so.
78. Needless to say, this will severely damage your brand’s reputation and diminish the impact of your Twitter efforts.
79. The fact that she had eliminated one of the worst human monsters of the 20th Century did nothing to diminish her joy.
80. We are concerned, the monotone computer voice explained, that gold recovery along the river will soon diminish.
81. Did you know that the only reason our kingdom knew that you were alive was because my longing for you wouldn't diminish.
82. Can we diminish from it and state that we are not cremating to Molech, therefore cremation is not condemned by the Bible?
83. To lower the demands of the ideal means not only to diminish the possibility of perfection, but to destroy the ideal itself.
84. But that does not diminish the value of the letter, quite the contrary; he wrote when drunk what he had planned when sober.
85. So, in order to diminish the appearance of my company automobile, my father paid a handsome premium for four black wall tires.
86. A: Honestly, there is a sensuality present in vampires that would diminish the reader’s image without the presence of romance.
87. If a person comprehends the rules of her game, however, then this person may choose to diminish her rule in some areas of life.
88. A seignorage will, in many cases, take away altogether, and will in all cases diminish, the profit of melting down the new coin.
89. That poverty may diminish Character is questionable as well as counter arguments that material abundance is likely to enhance it.
90. When you add the files, the available time left will diminish (Fig 78) Time used will increase and time available will decrease.
91. We are certain that the rate of per-share progress will diminish in the future-a greatly enlarged capital base will see to that.
92. Without such exportation, a part of the productive labour of the country must cease, and the value of its annual produce diminish.
93. Here's the thing - you can pray as much, or as little, as you like; but I tell you: if you stop praying, the energy will diminish.
94. Letters and memos might be helpful, but a missing one might diminish the importance of the others and not help us uncover the truth.
95. The glaring social and moral differences of one country to another, of one religion to another shall diminish and eventually coalesce.
96. A little at first, but as the sense of inner space grows; the feeling of boredom will begin to diminish in intensity and significance.
97. This is our world: diminish the individual and his experiences, while enhancing the collective and its so-called scientific knowledge.
98. This was a process that the Dark One had created during the First Age, and the Great Angels began to diminish in their Power ever since.
99. To let go the requirements of the ideal means not only to diminish the possibility of perfection, but to make an end of the ideal itself.
100. Data showing warming periods inconsistent with current theory have been fudged to diminish their damage to current dogmatic theory.