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    1. He has a mobile but doesn’t tend to give the number out to all and sundry, preferring to keep a bit of freedom from the perpetual messages that so many of his colleagues have to field as a result of being more profligate with their own mobile telephone numbers

    2. It was a dark wood and leather room with a perpetual fireplace, a few fish tanks, some stuffed specimens and glass fronted bookcases on all walls but the doors to the front hall, the back door, and the large and airy conservatory

    3. her perpetual response being that it wouldn't be fun

    4. perpetual haze that usually enveloped the area apparently dissipated

    5. into the perpetual haze at the far end of the crossing

    6. You will be placed in perpetual sleep mode while the Silent-Ones arrange your future

    7. If not, it was obvious to him that their fading shields of blue were no match for their enemy’s perpetual inferno

    8. The perpetual prohibition of the exportation of wool, which is commonly, but very falsely, ascribed to Edward III

    9. Isn't life a perpetual conflict, anyway? (Those appalled by my views on life should revisit the preceding pages of this book)

    10. Live: in perpetual pursuit of the

    11. By what a frugal man annually saves, he not only affords maintenance to an additional number of productive hands, for that of the ensuing year, but like the founder of a public work-house he establishes, as it were, a perpetual fund for the maintenance of an equal number in all times to come

    12. The perpetual allotment and destination of this fund, indeed, is not always guarded by any positive law, by any trust-right or deed of mortmain

    13. These twin fountains created a perpetual salt mist

    14. The payment having thus become perpetual, the exemptions, in return, for which it was made, naturally became perpetual too

    15. But though the free importation of them, which was lately permitted only for a limited time, were rendered perpetual, it could have no considerable effect upon the interest of the graziers of Great Britain

    16. To prohibit, by a perpetual law, the importation of foreign corn and cattle, is in reality to enact, that the population and industry of the country shall, at no time, exceed what the rude produce of its own soil can maintain

    17. Perpetual motion is rhythmic in nature, imposing an inherent order within the apparent order of the Universe

    18. prolongations, till 1769, when it was rendered perpetual

    19. It was probably out of complaisance to this great company, that the government agreed to render this law perpetual

    20. They are not only very grievous occasional taxes, but they contribute to establish perpetual taxes, of the same kind, still more grievous ; the ruinous taxes of private luxury and extravagance

    21. ; which prohibition was renewed by the 39th of Elizabeth, and has been continued and rendered perpetual by subsequent laws

    22. perpetual monopoly, all the other subjects of the state are taxed very absurdly in two different ways : first, by the high price of goods, which, in the case of a free trade, they could buy much cheaper ; and, secondly, by their total exclusion from a branch of business which it might be both convenient and profitable for many of them to carry on

    23. It would, therefore, be much more proper to be established as a perpetual and unalterable regulation, or as what is called a fudamental law of the commonwealth, than any tax which was always to be levied according to a certain valuation

    24. Money is frequently sunk in France, upon what are called contracts for the constitution of a rent ; that is, perpetual annuities, redeemable at any time by the debtor, upon payment of the sum originally advanced, but of which this redemption is not exigible by the creditor except in particular cases

    25. In the other, it was supposed sufticient to pay the interest only, or a perpetual annuity equivalent to the interest, government being at liberty to redeem, at any time, this annuity, upon paying back the principal sum borrowed

    26. it was said to be raised by anticipation ; when in the other, by perpetual funding, or, more shortly, by funding

    27. 12, the different taxes which had been mortgaged for paying the bank annuity, together with several others, which, by this act, were likewise rendered perpetual, were accumulated into one common fund, called the aggregate fund, which was charged not only with the payment of the bank annuity, but with several other annuities and burdens of different kinds

    28. 3, and the different duties which were then added to it were likewise rendered perpetual

    29. 7, several other taxes were rendered perpetual, and accumulated into another common fund, called the general fund, for the payment of certain annuities, amounting in the whole to £724,849:6:10½

    30. In consequence of those different acts, the greater part of the taxes, which before had been anticipated only for a short term of years were rendered perpetual, as a fund for paying, not the capital, but the interest only, of the money which had been borrowed upon them by different successive anticipations

    31. The fund becoming in this manner altogether insufficient for paying both principal and interest of the money borrowed upon it, it became necessary to charge it with the interest only, or a perpetual annuity equal to the interest ; and such improvident anticipations necessarily gave birth to the more ruinous practice of perpetual funding

    32. Soon after the greater part of the temporary taxes of Great Britain had been rendered perpetual, and distributed into the aggregate, South-sea, and general funds, the creditors of the public, like those of private persons, were induced to accept of five per cent

    33. Besides those two methods of borrowing, by anticipations and by a perpetual funding, there are two other methods, which hold a sort of middle place between them ; these are, that of borrowing upon annuities for terms of years, and that of borrowing upon annuities for lives

    34. An annuity for a long term of years, therefore, though its intrinsic value may be very nearly the same with that of a perpetual annuity, will not find nearly the same number of purchasers

    35. The subscribers to a new loan, who mean generally to sell their subscription as soon as possible, prefer greatly a perpetual annuity, redeemable by parliament, to an irredeemable annuity, for a long term of years, of only equal amount

    36. By means of borrowing, they are enabled, with a very moderate increase of taxes, to raise, from year to year, money sufficient for carrying on the war; and by the practice of perpetual funding, they are enabled, with the smallest possible increase of taxes, to raise annually the largest possible sum of money

    37. In Great Britain, from the time that we had first recourse to the ruinous expedient of perpetual funding, the reduction of the public debt, in time of peace, has never borne any proportion to its accumulation in time of war

    38. He had it exactly right in stressing that governmental power is like the authority of a parent: and what he tells us is that, instead of acting as a parent should act in preparing a child for adulthood, government, especially at the national level, seeks to keep the citizen in perpetual childhood

    39. perpetual stubble on his face

    40. Man evidently rejects the idea of perpetual peace and harmony and strives to control and own what is his anyway

    41. Evil, for (perpetual) guidance in overcoming (foreign) designs that would otherwise conceal (their) evil intentions

    42. He mostly kept to himself, but during lunch and coffee breaks, William joined Stan in friendly chats with the regular clientele, people who seemed to have perpetual problems with their motorized vehicles

    43. This “underground stream” of teaching challenges the traditional sex-free view that a celibate Jesus was born of a perpetual virgin, and that his closest friends were Lazarus, Martha and Mary, a celibate brother and his two spinster sisters

    44. Partly to compensate, Mary, the mother of Jesus, is seen as a perpetual virgin mother, Lady Star of the Sea and Queen of Heaven, the latter titles having been adopted from the ancient Egyptian Isis tradition

    45. He set about his ideological feat with preconceived conclusions: a) The laborer was a perpetual and necessary victim

    46. b) The owner was a perpetual and necessary villain

    47. all their predecessors, for a perpetual inheritance, and you have performed whatever you did promise them

    48. 66 And he struck his enemies in the hinder parts: he put them to a perpetual reproach

    49. Henry, a short, solid man with a perpetual frown, did not even look us over, but turned us over to his staff to disburse

    50. the sand for the bound of the sea by a perpetual decree, that it cannot pass it, and though the waves of it toss themselves, yet can they

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    Synonyme für "perpetual"

    ceaseless constant incessant never-ending perpetual unceasing unremitting aeonian ageless eonian eternal everlasting unending persistent endless uninterrupted unbroken non-stop