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    1. This is why the invention of the internet has

    2. This is why the invention of the internet is such a life savior, as is the advent of the online dating software

    3. Instead the institution that profited most from invention in all of modern times seemed to be the most antiquated

    4. ‘That’s understandable, they are a Thane invention

    5. He fled in fear of his own invention after completing only half of

    6. Before the invention of the art of printing, the only employment by which a man of letters

    7. Before the invention of the art of

    8. statutes had almost entirely taken away, the invention of certificates was fallen upon

    9. How far this invention has restored that free circulation of labour, which the preceding

    10. Hence arises a demand for every sort of material which human invention can employ, either usefully or ornamentally, in building, dress, equipage, or household furniture ; for the fossils and minerals contained in the bowels of the earth, the precious metals, and the precious stones

    11. Countless millions of man-hours of invention had been wiped out by the pulse

    12. Secondly, the use of several very ingenious machines, which facilitate and abridge, in a still greater proportion, the winding of the worsted and woollen yarn, or the proper arrangement of the warp and woof before they are put into the loom ; an operation which, previous to the invention of those machines, must have been extremely tedious and troublesome

    13. Medication is not a devil’s invention

    14. The Invention of evil?

    15. case in which the invention of new words is

    16. that democracy was a Greek invention,

    17. invention? Aces, in the animals is the same, only

    18. He naturally, therefore, exerts his invention to find out a way of paying his foreign debts, rather by the exportation of commodities, than by that of gold and silver

    19. The first is the invention of writing, which alone gives human nature the power of transmitting, without alteration, its laws, its contracts, its annals, and its

    20. The second is the invention of money, which binds together all the relations between civilized societies

    21. If there had been some invention that was able to measure excitement, the needle on its gauge would have

    22. Before the invention of fire-arms, that army was superior in which the soldiers had, each individually, the greatest skill and dexterity in the use of their arms

    23. Since the invention of fire-arms, strength and agility of body, or even extraordinary dexterity and skill in the use of arms, though they are far from being of no consequence, are, however, of less consequence

    24. The great change introduced into the art of war by the invention of fire-arms, has enhanced still further both the expense of exercising and disciplining any particular number of soldiers in time of peace, and that of employing them in time of war

    25. The unavoidable effects of the natural progress of improvement have, in this respect, been a good deal enhanced by a great revolution in the art of war, to which a mere accident, the invention of gunpowder, seems to have given occasion

    26. He worked on his invention until it performed to his satisfaction

    27. The man whose whole life is spent in performing a few simple operations, of which the effects, too, are perhaps always the same, or very nearly the same, has no occasion to exert his understanding, or to exercise his invention, in finding out expedients for removing difficulties which never occur

    28. Invention is kept alive, and the mind is not suffered to fall into that drowsy stupidity, which, in a civilized society, seems to benumb the understanding of almost all the inferior ranks of people

    29. Every man has a considerable degree of knowledge, ingenuity, and invention but scarce any man has a great degree

    30. The first question people normally ask when encountering manuscripts that are copied is: “How accurate are the copies when compared to the originals?” or “How well were these manuscripts preserved through the ages since the days of Moses?” Although these manuscripts were copied by hand, until the invention of the printing press in the 1,400’s AD, the Jewish scribes had an intricate and ritualistic system by which this was done

    31. The impossibility of taxing the people, in proportion to their revenue, by any capitation, seems to have given occasion to the invention of taxes upon consumable commodities

    32. Selling in Canada and an Invention

    33. That invention didn"t, however, do Mr

    34. Now for that invention of mine which I couldn’t patent

    35. It’s an invention I couldn’t patent, but I’m proud of it

    36. Thus the invention of TIAR provided the ideal solution

    37. Of course we never had safety gear, which is a longhaired liberal invention

    38. It‘s an artificial invention based on the number of dollars the consumer is willing to spend on goods and services based on its perceived value at some particular point in time

    39. I was snapped from my invention theory when Boyd clicked his fingers at me, amused by the far away daze I was clearly in

    40. I contemplated sharing my invention and then voted against it for fear of sounding stupid

    41. Plainly it is very irresponsible to believe differently or dismiss it as a President Bush (43) invention

    42. That is to say, a creator cannot be a (component) part of his or her own creation because Creator and (the) Created are necessarily restricted by the circumstantial dynamics of practical invention that (otherwise) sets them apart

    43. Double glazing really was a wonderful invention, she mused, moving from room to room

    44. More likely than not, in his questions, Mike had provided the very information the prostitute needed to create her wacky story – or had it been entirely his own invention? She didn’t particularly care: she wanted her cash and she wanted to know who exactly was this Beth Tierney woman that mysteriously showed up, knowing everyone, and then probably slipped away with the money, cool as a cucumber, in Sylvia’s own car?

    45. With the invention and refining of ever more

    46. the invention of symbolic logic

    47. Using all sources, not just the Bible, the controversial British Egyptologist says that the inhabitants of Paradise migrated to Mesopotamia in the sixth millennium BC and settled in Sumer, where a great culture flourished that led to the invention of writing and the creation of Uruk, considered the first great city of humanity

    48. His invention created the ability to transport orange and lemon juice, greatly boosting the Southern Italian economy

    49. The major motivating factor in the invention of object-oriented approach is to remove some of the flaws

    50. This brought on the invention of the jump drive

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