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    1. · It is said that a wise woman puts a grain of sugar in everything she says to a man but takes everything he says with a pinch of salt

    2. Garden grade DE is classified as GRAS( Generally Recognized As Safe) by the federal government and has been exempted from the requirement of residue tolerance on stored grain

    3. after that the full grain in the head

    4. Vedn of various flavors was the only real grain but it had more flavors than grain on Earth

    5. Tales of creation vary according to time and place in any given universe, and yet, when you hear those dusty tales it is the similarities between them that strike you the most, and from these similarities we assume that there must at least be a grain of truth shared amongst our stories of beginning

    6. into my head and I am tired, tired now that the last grain of sand

    7. For a moment I can’t see what he means at all, then I realise that what I had taken for crops of ripe grain are in fact wilting plants, their leaves yellowed

    8. The fire spluttered and sizzled and crackled the grain like tiny fireworks

    9. In the distance there were wide fields of row crops, grain fields and orchards before the town/structure itself

    10. “…verily I say unto you, If ye have faith as a grain

    11. grain of mustard seed, which a man took, and sowed in his field:

    12. Being sold as a whore for a few bushels of grain was not something she wanted the crew to know about

    13. However much it goes against the grain to have my personal life exposed, I cannot just disappear

    14. The grain was bagged and loaded with more back-breaking labour

    15. Forward and backward across the deck they pushed and pulled like giant inch worms, rubbing the thinned varnish into the grain of the wood, being careful not to step on the deck planks already coated

    16. “Actually the color of yaag comes from a pigment that the plant produces, the chlorophyll, the purified cannaboloid is actually a clear liquid to which a little grain alcohol is added as a vehicle

    17. These were taken with a grain of salt by himself, which led the observers to understand it wasn't the first time he'd received the cautionary directives from his wife

    18. “Yeah, I can figure this out, it’s up the road right behind this barn, it’s way up, beyond a mile of grain land with nothing but sickle men’s thickets along the road

    19. It was at least a mile before he got to the grain lands, and they were certainly more than a mile across

    20. When he didn't break for breakfast a few hours later, she was more than willing to share them, between packing bags of grain from the truck to the barn

    21. He never even said a thing about the way she’d been able to pack the grain bags, nearly as well as he

    22. Was he all that different, she now was covered with his bruises? Although admittedly, most of them came from packing grain bags, only a few were obtained when the truck whirled about

    23. age, as a sheaf of grain ripen in its

    24. The grain bags did, you should’ve seen my legs

    25. “I’m going to give them a sack of grain

    26. The grain was in a bin under the counter

    27. with grain; the vats will overflow with

    28. He had been working as casual labour in the winter of 2013 employed in the vicinity of Coonabarabran sorting grain

    29. sold my all of my grain this year and failed to hold back a

    30. Accordingly, I dug up a piece of ground as well as I could with my wooden spade, and dividing it into two parts, I sowed my grain; but as I was sowing, it casually occurred to my thoughts that I would not sow it all at first, because I did not know when was the proper time for it, so I sowed about two-thirds of the seed, leaving about a handful of each

    31. It was a great comfort to me afterwards that I did so, for not one grain of what I sowed this time came to anything: for the dry months following, the earth having had no rain after the seed was sown, it had no moisture to assist its growth, and never came up at all till the wet season had come again, and then it grew as if it had been but newly sown

    32. And now it worked much more evil than before; for some of these pieces were like a grain of sand, and they flew about in the wide world, and when they got into people's eyes, there they stayed; and then everything people saw became evil

    33. Grain, the food of the common people, is dearer in Scotland than in England, whence Scotland receives almost every year very large supplies

    34. The quality of grain depends chiefly upon the quantity of flour or meal which it yields at the mill ; and, in this respect, English grain is so much superior to the Scotch, that though often dearer in appearance, or in proportion to the measure of its bulk, it is generally cheaper in reality, or in proportion to its quality, or even to the measure of its weight

    35. During the course of the last century, taking one year with another, grain was dearer in both parts of the united kingdom than during that of the present

    36. It is in Scotland supported by the evidence of the public fiars, annual valuations made upon oath, according to the actual state of the markets, of all the different sorts of grain in every different county of Scotland

    37. But though it is certain, that in both parts of the united kingdom grain was somewhat dearer in the last century than in the present, it is equally certain that labour was much cheaper

    38. Not only grain has become somewhat cheaper, but many other things, from which the industrious poor derive an agreeable and wholesome variety of food, have become a great deal cheaper

    39. If this be true, for I pretend not to affirm it, it is as if a corn farmer expected to defray the expense of his cultivation with the chaff and the straw, and that the grain should be all clear profit

    40. Should this root ever become in any part of Europe, like rice in some rice countries, the common and favourite vegetable food of the people, so as to occupy the same proportion of the lands in tillage, which wheat and other sorts of grain for human food do at present, the same quantity of cultivated land would maintain a much greater number of people ; and the labourers being generally fed with potatoes, a greater surplus would remain after replacing all the stock, and maintaining all the labour employed in cultivation

    41. This statute is surely a better evidence of what was reckoned, in those times, a moderate price of grain, than the prices of some particular years, which have generally been recorded by historians and other writers, on account of their extraordinary dearness or cheapness, and from which, therefore, it is difficult to form any judgment concerning what may have been the ordinary price

    42. There are, besides, other reasons for believing that, in the beginning of the fourteenth century, and for some time before, the common price of wheat was not less than four ounces of silver the quarter, and that of other grain in proportion

    43. These prices are not recorded, on account of their extraordinary dearness or cheapness, but are mentioned accidentally, as the prices actually paid for large quantities of grain consumed at a feast, which was famous for its magnificence

    44. These are annual valuations, according to the judgment of an assize, of the average price of all the different sorts of grain, and of all the different qualities of each, according to the actual market price in every different county

    45. The ancient statutes of assize seem to have begun always with determining what ought to be the price of bread and ale when the price of wheat and barley were at the lowest ; and to have proceeded gradually to determine what it ought to be, according as the prices of those two sorts of grain should gradually rise above this lowest price

    46. It has been observed to have taken place in France during the same period, and nearly in the same proportion, too, by three very faithful, diligent, and laborious collectors of the prices of corn, Mr Dupré de St Maur, Mr Messance, and the author of the Essay on the Police of Grain

    47. But in France, till 1764, the exportation of grain was by law prohibited ; and it is somewhat difficult to suppose, that nearly the same diminution of price which took place in one country, notwithstanding this prohibition

    48. During these ten years, the quantity of all sorts of grain exported, it appears from the custom-house books, amounted to no less than 8,029,156 quarters, one bushel

    49. All three were sitting outside the farm’s grain storage barn when the group of Orcs came running over the hill

    50. A portion of this waste land, however, after having been pastured in this wretched manner for six or seven years together, may be ploughed up, when it will yield, perhaps, a poor crop or two of bad oats, or of some other coarse grain ; and then, being entirely exhausted, it must be rested and pastured again as before, and another portion ploughed up, to be in the same manner exhausted and rested again in its turn

    1. · Gradually introduce whole grained and sprouted cereals

    2. , it was enacted, that " whosoever shall sell by retail a broad yard of the finest scarlet grained, or of other grained cloth of the finest making, above sixteen shillings, shall forfeit forty shillings for every yard so sold

    3. Quality of the aggregate for fine grained concrete make much more influence on its basic properties than those for conventional heavy concrete

    4. He arranged me on a couch and pulled in front of me the table made of silken pale yellow wood grained like bird’s eyes

    5. orders of a sortee maiden comb black here grip handles hold womb together grained

    6. up and electric charge triangulation - grained with the flight of angelic exclamation

    7. His sense of touch first, the lightly grained floor that kissed his cheek, his smell, and he wished he had left that to last but attempted to bring only the dry dust to his nose

    8. than the Grain, So ,WE always try to get FINE GRAINED STEELS ,but grain

    9. away smaller grains leading to a COARSE GRAINED STEEL, which is not

    10. do the rest,' she said as she pushed open an unseen doorway in a wood grained wall that led

    11. And there I see such black and grained spots

    12. These old houses are only brick and wood, soaked in human sweat, grained with human dirt

    13. On the southwest mountain of Saddle, the strata are bare to the summit for a considerable distance, and are very fine grained mica slate, having somewhat the appearance of a soapstone slate

    14. It is fine grained, and contains an abundance of small garnets

    15. The granite consists chiefly of granular feldspar, with grains of white quartz, and a little light coloured mica, is moderately fine grained, and of a grayish white colour

    16. The rose mica is found in a large grained granite with amorphous quartz and silicious feldspar, crystallized and amorphous

    1. For one thing it meant that the work at this house would last longer than it would otherwise have done; and it also meant that he would be paid for the extra time he had spent on the drawings, besides having his wages increased - for he was always paid an extra penny an hour when engaged on special work, such as graining or sign-writing or work of the present kind

    2. The two boys were already known to each other, for Bert had been there several times before - on errands similar to the present one, or to take lessons on graining and letter-painting from Owen

    3. Once or twice Owen did some work - such as graining a door or writing a sign - for one or other of his fellow workmen who had managed to secure a little job `on his own', but putting it all together, the coffin-plates and other work at Rushton's and all, his earnings had not averaged ten shillings a week for the last six weeks

    4. The graining in the sheathing wood was high, for the dust had cut down the softer wood

    1. We wiped everything off with warm water, threw away a lot of grains, disassembled the shelves and painted the pantry walls

    2. he waited for grains of shadow to float between the bars of a small arrow-slit

    3. But the sentinels were golden hillsides of herds and grains not fuzzy lines of vine-covered towers over dock and beach, almost invisible in the distance

    4. Curled up in the middle of a bleak and hooded cell he waited for grains of shadow to float between the bars of a small arrow-slit window high above him


    6. brittle grains of truth bend to the sheer arctic winds

    7. except grains of sand?

    8. Daily requirements, adults 10 grains, children 15 grains

    9. With the shapes and sounds come pictures, spooling reels in her head, the ticker tape grains of memory

    10. Choose whole grains hat have not been enhanced

    11. By replacing highly processed grains for nutritious whole grains you will find that you are

    12. Carbohydrates are found in a variety of foods including fruits, vegetables, grains and dairy

    13. the grains come of from the bunch and it is

    14. Galloping Gopher, on the other hand, was a devout omnivore, fully dedicated to and focused on her daily searching for a variety of grasses, seeds, nuts, berries, grains, and worms and insects (protein primers!) that might be found innocently and naively hanging out in her territorial domain

    15. A few grains of the addictive, high-inducing purple powder still lingered below his nostrils

    16. fascinated with the scales, as the spice merchant weighed out grains of pepper

    17. Where δ is thickness of cement paste that film and glue aggregate’s grains; S

    18. when planted, will yield about 85 new grains of wheat,

    19. re-planted to yield yet another 85 grains

    20. material with wood grains that are embossed into it

    21. Note that body scrubs tend to have larger grains while facial scrubs contain fine grains

    22. Galaxies Like Grains of Sand

    23. The sand did still remain under his feet; he knelt down and ran the grains through his fingers, cold now

    24. Grains and then powder, only a surface layer

    25. Since the inception of time our world has never lacked for lawyers: its membership exceeding (all) the grains of sands in (all) the oceans multiplied by (all) the stars in the heavens

    26. He had no way of knowing that for sure though; who could count the innumerable stars or the grains of sand in a beach? But he knew it in his heart to be true

    27. Raul was struck by the shock wave and burning grains of gunpowder, but the bullet passed harmlessly to bury itself in the deck

    28. He made up forty of the small envelopes, filling in the printed block on the front of each of the small white envelopes by writing “Aspirin – 5 grains” and “Take two every 4 hours

    29. His nostrils were assaulted by the grains of sand that were starting to float wildly in the air, and he felt his mouth filled with the salt of the earth under his feet

    30. With that, they both returned to a silence that seemed to be so natural in the desert, the only sound the continued murmur of grains of sand shifting and turning, swirling in the air; an eternal dance to the whims of the wind

    31. Grains within the pomegranate are part of the grenade but not the grenade

    32. There were now grains of rice spinning around in her tea

    33. from the grains of dust scattered across the rock

    34. 2 Who can number the grains of sand of the sea, and the drops of rain, and the days of eternity?

    35. But, what no one knew was that, right after the tournament, when there was no one left to notice what was happening in the arena, Hades entered and took a few sand grains which were covered with the drops of blood Elena dripped when she was fighting Molin

    36. He then crossed the gate to Earth and took the sand grains to Ruwana

    37. If we don’t have the truth, then we are nothing but soulless creatures, just grains of sand in the wind

    38. When cooked, the grains should be quite soft and encased with a rich thick cream

    39. and grains, and less of meat

    40. Index choice are if the food is comprised of whole grains or an abundance of fiber

    41. Do choose whole grains over processed whenever you can

    42. Research has shown that eating foods rich in carbohydrates, for example, grains,

    43. There are more stars in the universe than there are grains of sand on every beach on Earth

    44. lying on the sheet and with it were a few grains of colored sand

    45. She rubbed the grains of sand against the sheet,

    46. noting that there were more red grains than yellow

    47. Ashi opened the pouch and shook out the few grains of

    48. Ralph and Paulson, no strangers to the General's Brenny coffee pur�port�edly from the Isle of Man, had opined that since the Isle of Man grew no coffee beans they knew of, the noxious grains were probably from a cache of coffee beans full of one hun�dred year-old rat turds retrieved in the 18th century from a sunken sailing vessel thence left to rot in a potato cellar

    49. She coughed as the sand grains that remained interfered with her breathing

    50. Loose sand grains, that had taken flight in the breeze, pecked at his cheek causing his eye to squint

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