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    1. "Gross!" she screamed and tried to stomp it

    2. “Eww! Gross! What is it?”

    3. But since it's just an RNAcid trip and not something you imagined yourself, I'm going to try real hard to not let it gross me out to the point where I won't want the one of you YingolNeerians that does have flesh

    4. Many have passed the rocks of gross sins… who have suffered shipwrecks upon the sands of self-righteousness

    5. "That's unbelievably gross," Alan said, "but we better get moving again, it's getting close, I think I can even hear it now

    6. He hung his eyes at her while Nuran read the one about getting the inglethor stuck in your nose that Desa thought was gross anyway

    7. to be a gross intrusion on the solemnity of their act and they

    8. How could I have ever been involved with that lout? ‘He wasn’t always so gross, though

    9. 15For this people's heart is waxed gross and their ears are dull of hearing, and their eyes

    10. “Well one of them is my sister/child Valla but she's been in this gross affair with a creep named Mappu down at the 'Bit of Borlunth’

    11. We bagged our gross of

    12. "Gross," one of the younger children said, covering his eyes, unable to stand the sight of her

    13. What is called gross profit, comprehends frequently not only this surplus, but what is retained for compensating such extraordinary losses

    14. He had fasted for three days and, after intense meditation, had now entered the objectless stage of existence having passed through gross, subtle, bliss and I-ness stages

    15. The rent of an estate above ground, commonly amounts to what is supposed to be a third of the gross produce; and it is generally a rent certain and independent of the occasional variations in the crop

    16. In coal mines, a fifth of the gross produce is a very great rent, a tenth the common rent ; and it is seldom a rent certain, but depends upon the occasional variations in the produce

    17. A sixth part of the gross produce may be reckoned the average rent of the tin mines of Cornwall, the most fertile that are known in the world, as we are told by the Rev

    18. A sixth part of the gross produce is the rent, too, of several very fertile lead mines in Scotland

    19. In the greater part of the silver mines of Peru, the tax of the king of Spain, amounting to a tenth of the gross produce, eats up, it has already been observed, the whole rent of the land

    20. But though the whole value of the annual produce of the land and labour of every country, is thus divided among, and constitutes a revenue to, its different inhabitants ; yet, as in the rent of a private estate, we distinguish between the gross rent and the neat rent, so may we likewise in the revenue of all the inhabitants of a great country

    21. The gross rent of a private estate comprehends whatever is paid by the farmer; the neat rent, what remains free to the landlord, after deducting the expense of management, of repairs, and all other necessary charges; or what, without hurting his estate, he can afford to place in his stock reserved for immediate consumption, or to spend upon his table, equipage, the ornaments of his house and furniture, his private enjoyments and amusements

    22. His real wealth is in proportion, not to his gross, but to his neat rent

    23. The gross revenue of all the inhabitants of a great country comprehends the whole annual produce of their land and labour; the neat revenue, what remains free to them, after deducting the expense of maintaining first, their fixed, and, secondly, their circulating capital, or what, without encroaching upon their capital, they can place in their stock reserved for immediate consumption, or spend upon their subsistence

    24. Their real wealth, too, is in proportion, not to their gross, but to their neat revenue

    25. The expense of repairs may frequently be necessary for supporting the produce of the estate, and consequently both the gross and the neat rent of the landlord

    26. When by a more proper direction, however, it can be diminished without occasioning any diminution of produce, the gross rent remains at least the same as before, and the neat rent is necessarily augmented

    27. require a certain expense, first to erect them, and afterwards to support them, both which expenses, though they make a part of the gross, are deductions from the neat revenue of the society ; so the stock of money which circulates in any country must require a certain expense, first to collect it, and afterwards to support it; both which expenses, though they make a part of the gross, are, in the same manner, deductions from the neat revenue of the society

    28. But in what manner this operation is performed, and in what manner it tends to increase either the gross or the neat revenue of the society, is not altogether so obvious, and may therefore require some further explication

    29. The gross revenue of the society, the annual produce of their land and labour, is increased by the whole value which the labour of those workmen adds to the materials upon which they are employed, and their neat revenue by what remains of this value, after deducting what is necessary for supporting the tools and instruments of their trade

    30. To borrow or to lend for such a purpose, therefore, is, in all cases, where gross usury is out of the question, contrary to the interest of both parties; and though it no doubt happens sometimes, that people do both the one and the other, yet, from the regard that all men have for their own interest, we may be assured, that it cannot happen so very frequently as we are sometimes apt to imagine

    31. Recklessness, pride, gross disrespect for Thalmor authority - it all had a steep price

    32. It was soon reduced, therefore, to a third; then to a fifth; afterwards to a tenth; and at last to a twentieth part of the gross produce of the gold mines

    33. The tax upon silver continued for a long time to be a fifth of the gross produce

    34.  High gross profit margin (preferably greater than 65%) and net profits of 20% of sales or better before taxes

    35. A home based information marketing business often has a gross profits margin of 90%

    36. The rent which properly belongs to the landlord, is no more than the neat produce which remains after paying, in the completest manner, all the necessary expenses which must be previously laid out, in order to raise the gross or the whole produce

    37. This had been a bad fall, a gross misjudgement

    38. This scheme of making the administration of justice subservient to the purposes of revenue, could scarce fail to be productive of several very gross abuses

    39. Their capital, which never exceeded £744,000, and of which £50 was a share, was not so exorbitant, nor their dealings so extensive, as to afford either a pretext for gross negligence and profusion, or a cover to gross malversation

    40. What the gross revenue of those territorial acquisitions was supposed to amount to, has already been mentioned ; and by an account brought by the Cruttenden East Indiaman in 1769, the neat revenue, clear of all deductions and military charges, was stated at two millions forty-eight thousand seven hundred and forty-seven pounds

    41. The value of the risk, either from fire, or from loss by sea, or by capture, though it cannot, perhaps, be calculated very exactly, admits, however, of such a gross estimation, as renders it, in some degree, reducible to strict rule and method

    42. Such is the generosity of the greater part of young men, that so far from being disposed to neglect or despise the instructions of their master, provided he shews some serious intention of being of use to them, they are generally inclined to pardon a great deal of incorrectness in the performance of his duty, and sometimes even to conceal from the public a good deal of gross negligence

    43. Gross sophistry has scarce ever had any influence upon the opinions of mankind, except in matters of philosophy and speculation ; and in these it has frequently had the greatest

    44. The same thing may be said of the gross ignorance and stupidity which, in a civilized society, seem so frequently to benumb the understandings of all the inferior ranks of people

    45. How dangerous must it have been for the sovereign to attempt to punish a clergyman for any crime whatever, if his order were disposed to protect him, and to represent either the proof as insufficient for convicting so holy a man, or the punishment as too severe to be inflicted upon one whose person had been rendered sacred by religion ? The sovereign could, in such circumstances, do no better than leave him to be tried by the ecclesiastical courts, who, for the honour of their own order, were interested to restrain, as much as possible, every member of it from committing enormous crimes, or even from giving occasion to such gross scandal as might disgust the minds of the people

    46. Nothing as gross as one a week, more like two or three a

    47. blurted out, “Outdoor toilets? How gross!”

    48. The gross produce of the customs, in the year which ended on the 5th of January 1755, amounted to £5,068,000

    49. upon the gross revenue of the customs ; and to something more than ten per cent

    50. In the year which ended on the 5th of July 1775, the gross produce of this branch of the excise amounted to £3,341,837:9:9

    1. "I'm almost grossed out," Alan said as they made their way to the bathroom

    2. Harry knew what the hardware store grossed each month; he'd been doing the books for years already

    3. a condo for $100,000 and sold it for $200,000 then we grossed

    4. I was too grossed out when you peed in the fichus tree vase,” I said as I walked to the Acura, and sped off with my trusty spiral notebook in my back pocket

    5. Enron The event grossed an impressive $750,000

    6. I couldn’t tell whether she was just grossed out or angry at me for dousing her

    7. The latest film grossed more than $288 million in the U

    8. One popular violent video in 2005 sold 35 million copies worldwide and grossed almost $2 billion dollars

    9. Then he totally grossed us out, he put it in his mouth and sucked it in like spaghetti

    10. This grossed her out

    11. She only weighed about half what he grossed, but he was truly astounded at her physical conditioning

    12. grossed by you, so it wouldn’t surprise me if he shows up here later on

    13. Whenever he found one, he’d be grossed out and would flick it away with a dagger

    14. Andy stepped in close and gave the judge a hug and a sloppy kiss that grossed out most of the people still watching from the gallery of the courtroom

    15. "Rumor has it that you were really grossed out by the sight of that blood," he said with a smirk on his face

    16. grossed to hear him

    17. Even with all the jacking I had done, it still grossed me out

    18. Smiling, but completely grossed out Flicker patted the bear’s massive neck and he gave a gapped mouth sigh of pleasure

    19. Survivor grossed over $400 million in North America as Jamie's career hit a new level

    20. Apparently she’d had a lot of people grossed out by these pictures, but none had ever had an ethical crisis about them

    21. I was a little grossed out, but more just concerned about my friend, because if it was a voodoo vagina she’d probably just fallen crotch-first into a chipper-shredder

    22. And it was ridiculous, the way they all covered this! He hadn’t been found guilty of anything, and notwithstanding federal insinuations of profiteering, the worst crime he stood accused of, according to some of the most expensive defense lawyers in the free world, was two counts of insider trading amounting to less than a million dollars—a tiny fraction of what the firm grossed annually

    23. The whole thing grossed Ben out—doesn’t that seem like you’re married to your dad? Diondra said it was a control thing, mostly

    24. That simultaneously grossed out the children and glued their attention on him

    25. Lords of Dogtown (USA, 2005), directed by Catherine Hardwicke, grossed £8,790,336 ($13,411,957) at the box office worldwide

    26. Wicked, the musical prequel to The Wizard of Oz, grossed a record $2,947,172 (£1,822,840) on Broadway over nine shows in the last full week of December 2012

    27. 6 million) surpasses Thunderball (UK, 1965), which would have grossed $1

    28. The 3D release of The Avengers (USA, 2012) grossed $207,438,708 (£137,828,000) in the USA during the weekend of its release on 4–6 May 2012

    29. Only two animated movies have grossed $100 million within three days of their release: Shrek the Third (USA, 2007) and Toy Story 3 (USA, 2010) hit the $100-million mark on 18 May 2007 and 18 June 2010 respectively

    30. Within 16 days of release, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 (Infinity Ward/Sledgehammer Games, 2011) had grossed $1 billion (£641

    1. Robert playing with his ten watches was motionless, Jamyra combing her hair was suspended in time, but the grosses were Zack slinging snot boogers into the air

    2. “In a way that grosses me out, but in another it sounds great, the human that is

    3. “Studio bigwig, rich as Croesus, with all-time grosses for Maximus, out of his mind with hooch, playing chicken with the other car, driven by Sloane, ricochets off him and everyone hits the telephone pole

    1. So did you have a good think about the stuff that you do which might be grossing your partner out? Did you stop doing that gross stuff? If you did well done

    2. Guess what happened! A business grossing over

    3. I was actually progressively grossing more money every

    4. The highest grossing film in Japanese box-office history, Hayao Miyazaki's Spirited Away is a dazzling film that reasserts the power of drawn animation to create fantasy worlds

    5. phenomenal success, grossing an estimated $70 million a year

    6. As of May 2012, actor Samuel L Jackson (USA) had appeared in 75 theatrically released movies, grossing at least $9

    7. In a comparison by Box Office Mojo of movies that have been “rebooted”, The Amazing Spider-Man (USA, 2012) proved to be the most successful, grossing $262,030,663 (£163,001,000) and beating off Star Trek (USA, 2009), Batman Begins (USA, 2005) and Casino Royale (UK, 2006) among others

    8. It would wind up as the second highest grossing movie of 1953, after Columbia’s From Here to Eternity

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