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    1. There could be no mistaking the glut of stolen goods, equipment and as it turned out enslaved peoples from the majority of the closest systems and beyond

    2. In a wild animal life film Vic would play one of those wild dogs, or jackals or hyenas waiting for the pride to glut itself on the kill

    3. Johan scrambled to his feet and attempted to breach the barrier a third time where the thickest glut of stories flowed, their greens, reds and browns blending into gold

    4. a glut of houses on the market, pick a pretty house that needs

    5. It"s either a famine or a glut

    6. He asked her to take whatever she could get for them, knowing that there was a glut of such sales in the country due to emigration

    7. Their wealth is stripped from them, their fairest daughters taken to glut the insatiable lust of Constantius and his mercenaries

    8. He understood now the mystery of the strangers who had disappeared from the house of Aram Baksh; the riddle of the black drum thrumming out there beyond the palm groves, and of that pit of charred bones—that pit where strange meat might be roasted under the stars, while black beasts squatted about to glut a hideous hunger

    9. Its sales also took off, but the presence of three major consoles in the marketplace and a glut of poor quality games began to overcrowd retail shelves and erode consumers' interest in video games

    10. By 1982 a glut of games from new third-party developers less well-prepared than Activision began to appear, and began to overflow the shelf capacity of toy stores

    11. market value by taking shares off the market but creates a glut of treasury stock and

    12. consequences, but an oil glut creates less competition within the industry itself - and

    13. The building owner‘s plan was to rent the space out to a small law firm or accounting firm, and then renovate it once a lease was signed, but so far, this office was part of a glut of open commercial office space in Washington D

    14. where what is found is found to be nothing but the glut of sensations and a drain,

    15. Lots of visitors were in the Poconos to enjoy the fall foliage and glut the roads

    16. Wille’s rendition of the chorus came unbidden to my mind along with such a glut of emotion that I had no trouble forcing it between my toes and the wood

    17. Despite the promises of economists in the 70’s and 80’s that technology would create a glut of time, (worrying what to do with all this free time for the masses, was a constant concern for the thinking classes), it seems to me that technology has given us less and less of the thing we treasure most

    18. Whatever, in the current glut the Musalmans are in everywhere, they are prone to reminisce about the past glories of the Islamic architecture and science

    19. An earful of malicious oaths and threats–sprinkled with a glut of choice profanities–sprayed through the phone

    20. After traumatizing an entire nation with the media blitz repeating the horror of the New York World Trade Center attack over and over again… by a media glut of exclusive, obsessive coverage that sickened most people watching it

    21. Happy people seek out hardship; they thrive on it: because they already possess a glut of too much ease; which they instinctively cannot stand, and pointedly go out of there way to avoid

    22. Has there ever been a glut of too much love in humans? No

    23. Only a perpetual glut of too many tools and tool cultures: petrified and ossified into cultural norms

    24. There was such a glut of cheap affordable railways and bus lines that the masses could cross the entire continent easily in complete comfort for a pittance and go anywhere they wanted to with a minimum of fuss or expense

    25. “There is in me to the marrow of my bones, a Thoreauvian need to escape the glut and

    26. Prudence entirely satisfies the craving and glut of souls,

    27. drowned her curiosity in a glut of pleasure, which, as it happened, had no

    28. So many people had died that there was a glut of finery, and you saw odd

    29. You may be sure a by-jod of this sort interfered with no other pursuit, or plan of life; which I led, in truth, with a modesty and reserve that was less the work of virtue than of exhausted novelty, a glut of pleasure, and easy circumstances, that made me indifferent to any engagements in which pleasure and profit were not eminently united; and such I could, with the less impatience, wait for at the hands of time and fortune, as I was satisfied I could never mend my pennyworths, having evidently been served at the top of the market, and even been pampered with dainties: besides that, in the sacrifice of a few momentary impulses, I found a secret satisfaction in respecting myself, as well as preserving the life and freshness of my complexion

    30. She had had her freak out, and had pretty plentifully drowned her curiosity in a glut of pleasure, which, as it happened, had no other consequence than that the lad, who retained only a confused memory of the transaction, would, when he saw her, forget her in favour of the next woman, tempted, on the report of his parts, to take him in

    31. Leaning over me, he cried, 'Look! You want to see! See! Feast your eyes, glut your soul on my cursed ugliness! Look at Erik's face! Now you know the face of the voice! You were not content to hear me, eh? You wanted to know what I looked like! Oh, you women are so inquisitive! Well, are you satisfied? I'm a very good-looking fellow, eh?

    32. warm-blooded seemed sunk in the deep degeneracy of a superstition divorced from reverence; the dimmer but yet eager Titanic life gazing and struggling on walls and ceilings; the long vistas of white forms whose marble eyes seemed to hold the monotonous light of an alien world: all this vast wreck of ambitious ideals, sensuous and spiritual, mixed confusedly with the signs of breathing forgetfulness and degradation, at first jarred her as with an electric shock, and then urged themselves on her with that ache belonging to a glut of confused ideas which check the flow of emotion

    33. cared for towers, or rings, or anything devised by mind or hand, who only desired death for all others, mind and body, and for herself a glut of life

    34. Having observed the markets for more than two decades, my sense is that, rather than a glut of Graham and Dodd acolytes picking through scarce opportunities to find a place for their cash, money is ever more prone to sloshing around in giant waves, flowing from one fad to the next

    35. Let us not weary of repeating, and sympathetic souls must not forget that this is the first of fraternal obligations, and selfish hearts must understand that the first of political necessities consists in thinking first of all of the disinherited and sorrowing throngs, in solacing, airing, enlightening, loving them, in enlarging their horizon to a magnificent extent, in lavishing upon them education in every form, in offering them the example of labor, never the example of idleness, in diminishing the individual burden by enlarging the notion of the universal aim, in setting a limit to poverty without setting a limit to wealth, in creating vast fields of public and popular activity, in having, like Briareus, a hundred hands to extend in all directions to the oppressed and the feeble, in employing the collective power for that grand duty of opening workshops for all arms, schools for all aptitudes, and laboratories for all degrees of intelligence, in augmenting salaries, diminishing trouble, balancing what should be and what is, that is to say, in proportioning enjoyment to effort and a glut to need; in a word, in evolving from the social apparatus more light and more comfort for the benefit of those who suffer and those who are ignorant

    36. The “savings glut” view maintained that such demand was the main reason for historically low real bond yields

    37. "By bringing all the produce of America to this country, they must occasion such a vast glut in the market, that the produce would be worth little or nothing

    38. "Does the witness conceive, from his knowledge of the American trade, that if the whole of the American produce, which according to an average of years had been carried to the Continent of Europe, and to Great Britain, was now to be imported into Great Britain alone, and the Orders in Council to continue; whether it would be possible to export from Great Britain to the continent, so much of the American produce as should prevent a glut of the American produce remaining in the market?

    39. They have not, it is true, taken into their own hands the hatchet and the knife, devoted to indiscriminate massacre; but they have let loose the savages, armed with these cruel instruments; have allured them into their service, and carried them to battle by their sides, eager to glut their savage thirst with the blood of the vanquished, and to finish the work of torture and death on maimed and defenceless captives: and, what was never before seen, British commanders have extorted victory over the unconquerable valor of our troops, by presenting to the sympathy of their chief awaiting massacre from their savage associates

    1. In the glutted slave markets of Aghrapur, Sultanapur, Khawarizm, Shahpur and Khorusun, women were sold for three small silver coins—blond Brythunians, tawny Stygians, dark-haired Zamorians, ebon Kushites, olive-skinned Shemites

    2. In gusts of blood-lust he festooned the gallows in the market square with dangling corpses, glutted the axes of the headsmen and sent his Nemedian horsemen thundering through the land pillaging and burning

    3. glutted and prices will have deflated

    4. Some streets were indeed enormous but most were tiny and glutted with people, traffic, barrels of vegetables, and fish flopping in tubs of water on the pavements

    5. It is so full of beauty that it is a glutted with it

    6. She had glutted herself and still she wanted more

    7. After a while the rest of the crowd began to laugh, and their merriment increased when the kind-hearted capitalist, just after having sold a pound's worth of necessaries to each of his workers, suddenly took their tools - the Machinery of Production - the knives away from them, and informed them that as owing to Over Production all his store-houses were glutted with the necessaries of life, he had decided to close down the works

    8. The markets are glutted

    9. `As the warehouses were glutted with the things produced by the working classes, there was no need for them to do any more work - at present; and so they would now have to go and starve until such time as their masters had sold or consumed the things already produced

    10. Having left USC a few credits short, he had no college degree, a critical asset in a job market glutted with veterans and former war production workers

    11. She sat The windlass creaked slowly as the rope wound up, each creak bringing the bucket silent, intent on nothing, while the baby, already glutted with milk, whimpered because he had lost the friendly nipple

    12. Moreover, I had come back glutted and a little chastened; with the resolve to go slow

    13. I nursed my own part of the anger that bloomed, glutted with exhibits of paralyzed children

    14. An acquaintance of Baruch's-Herman Sielcken, a coffee merchant-thought that the high price of the commodity was suppressing demand and that the market would shortly become glutted, despite Amalgamated's attempt

    15. President, what is the real cause of those failures? They are confined principally to New York, and may be attributed to the following causes: It is natural for men born in Great Britain to entertain predilections favorable to a commerce with that country, their connections, as well commercial as of family, are there; their credit is there; and, from those causes, the house which has failed, and carried so many others with it in its fall, has probably directed the principal part of its commerce to England; they have, no doubt, shipped cotton and tobacco, the trade in which being in a great measure confined to Great Britain, the natural consequence has been, that the markets of England were completely glutted; tobacco, except the very fine Virginia, scarcely paid the charges of freight and commission, and the loss on cotton must have been nearly fifty per cent

    16. A famine and pestilence was substituted for the bayonet, and the spoils of the devoted city glutted the hands of rapine

    17. And yet, what is our situation in relation to that destroyer of mankind—him who, devising death to all that live, sits like a cormorant on the tree of life; who cannot be glutted, nor tired, with human carnage; the impersonation of death; himself an incarnate death?

    18. Speaker, I shudder when I behold that anti-commercial demon, which for seven years has been glutted with the mangled limbs of commerce, still hovering about this bill

    1. The Nemedians are glutting their long hatred

    2. (no fear of glutting!) addressed himself at length to the materials of

    3. Her truly enamoured gallant, who had stood absorbed and engrossed by the pleasure of the sight long enough to afford us time to feast ours (no fear of glutting!) addressed himself at length to the materials of enjoyment, and lifting the linen veil that hung between us and his master member of the revels, exhibited one whose eminent size proclaimed the owner a true woman's hero

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