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    1. Don't think I'll watch the damage safe and sound, the probable number of fragments that destroy this station is 6

    2. Renderings of the most probable species of brush were brought up

    3. Without local knowledge it was impossible to interpret the land and that made it so much easier to become lost - which was the most probable reason my father chose this route when they were fleeing from the fires - yet Alexis had no problem and kept our spirits up leading us through a maze of beautiful woods and dense tangled thickets along the way

    4. So here he was, onboard this giant glider, taking 600 of their youngest and finest to their probable deaths

    5. The discovery of an unknown basin with dangerous inhabitants was much too big an event, a young ventriloquist practicing his act alone is much more probable, happens dozens of times all over the world every year

    6. And we believe it’s probable that he went to see her while

    7. That a little more plenty than ordinary may render some workmen idle, cannot be well doubted; but that it should have this effect upon the greater part, or that men in general should work better when they are ill fed, than when they are well fed, when they are disheartened than when they are in good spirits, when they are frequently sick than when they are generally in good health, seems not very probable

    8. probable that someone close to him would die

    9. Rent, therefore, it is probable, makes a greater part of the price of tin at the most fertile tin mines than it does of silver at the most fertile silver mines in the world

    10. The quantity of silver commonly in the market, it is probable, is much greater in proportion to that of gold, than the value of a certain quantity of gold is to that of an equal quantity of silver

    11. Though it is not very probable that any part of a tax, which is not only imposed upon one of the most proper subjects of taxation, a mere luxury and superfluity, but which affords so very important a revenue as the tax upon silver, will ever be given up as long as it is possible to pay it; yet the same impossibility of paying it, which, in 1736

    12. " Sixteen shillings, therefore, containing about the same quantity of silver as four-and-twenty shillings of our present money, was, at that time, reckoned not an unreasonable price for a yard of the finest cloth; and as this is a sumptuary law, such cloth, it is probable, had usually been sold somewhat dearer

    13. That the greater part of the gold and silver which being forced abroad by those operations of banking, is employed in purchasing foreign goods for home consumption, is, and must be, employed in purchasing those of this second kind, seems not only probable, but almost unavoidable

    14. The idleness of the greater part of the people who are maintained by the expense of revenue, corrupts, it is probable, the industry of those who ought to be maintained by the employment of capital, and renders it less advantageous to employ a capital there than in other places

    15. It is probable that it was partly upon account of this advantage, and partly upon account of the encroachments which the sovereigns, always jealous of the great lords, gradually encouraged their villains to make upon their authority, and which seem, at least, to have been such as rendered this species of servitude altogether inconvenient, that tenure in villanage gradually wore out through the greater part of Europe

    16. The one is not afraid to lay out at once a large capital upon the improvement of his land, when he has a probable prospect of raising the value of it in proportion to the expense ; the other, if he has any capital, which is not always the case, seldom ventures to employ it in this manner

    17. If I’m not super thrilled about my probable trajectory for what remains of my life’s path, I could then spend a while reflecting on some key questions (issues) that may have a positive effect on the time I have left

    18. If there were no bounty, as less corn would be exported, suit is probable that, one year with another, less would be imported than at present

    19. The greater part of the seamen, it is probable, gradually betook themselves to the merchant service as they could find occasion, and in the mean time both they and the soldiers were absorbed in the great mass of the people, and employed in a great variety of occupations

    20. The same maxim which would in this manner direct the common sense of one, or ten, or twenty individuals, should regulate the judgment of one, or ten, or twenty millions, and should make a whole nation regard the riches of its neighbours, as a probable cause and occasion for itself to acquire riches

    21. In a country of so extensive a coast as our North American and West Indian colonies, where our authority was always so very slender, and where the inhabitants were allowed to carry out in their own ships their non-enumerated commodities, at first to all parts of Europe, and afterwards to all parts of Europe south of Cape Finisterre, it is not very probable that this monopoly could ever be much respected ; and they probably at all times found means of bringing back some cargo from the countries to which they were allowed to carry out one

    22. This gradual fall in the average price of grain, it is probable, therefore, is ultimately owing neither to the one regulation nor to the other, but to that gradual and insensible rise in the real value of silver, which, in the first book of this discourse, I have endeavoured to show, has taken place in the general market of Europe during the course of the present century

    23. Some privileges which had been granted them, not by treaty, but by the free grace of that crown, at the solicitation, indeed, it is probable, and in return for much greater favours, defence and protection from the crown of Great Britain, had been either infringed or revoked

    24. They had long wished to share in the profitable traffic of the Venetians, and this last discovery opened to them a probable prospect of doing so

    25. Elenir continued, “If that can be substantiated, here is the most probable initial destination for them

    26. He’ll get my probable cause and transmit a warrant for an officer of the Court to search the Library’s databank

    27. That the colony assemblies can never be so managed as to levy upon their constituents a public revenue, sufficient, not only to maintain at all times their own civil and military establishment, but to pay their proper proportion of the expense of the general government of the British empire, seems not very probable

    28. ‘Secrets’ are indeed hidden behind numbers and if one is able to master numerology, he or she can read the potentials or the probable future

    29. Unless this or some other method is fallen upon, and there seems to be none more ubvious than this, of preserving the importance and of gratifying the ambition of the leading men of America, it is not very probable that they will ever voluntarily submit to us; and we ought to consider, that the blood which must be shed in forcing them to do so, is, every drop of it, the blood either of those who are, or of those whom we wish to have for our fellow citizens

    30. Each of us carries the energy of our probable futures

    31. And, in the same manner, if, without an exclusive company, the trade of Sweden and Denmark to the East Indies would be less than it actually is, or, what perhaps is more probable, would not exist at all, those two countries must likewise suffer a considerable loss, by part of their capital being drawn into an employment which must be more or less unsuitable to their present circumstances

    32. Kurt was hoping he could find a way over the river before Ohiopyle to save time and to avoid probable Security at the small river town

    33. It was highly probable it may be available at daybreak, so he needed to be ready to go at first light

    34. The violence of these regulations, therefore, seems to have affected neither the quantity nor the quality of the annual produce of wool, so much as it might have been expected to do (though I think it probable that it may have affected the latter a good deal more than the former); and the interest of the growers of wool, though it must have been hurt in some degree, seems upon the whole, to have been much less hurt than could well have been imagined

    35. This circumstance, it is probable, contributed more than any other to determine the fate of those battles

    36. It does not seem probable, however, that their profits ever approached to what the late Mr Dobbs imagined them

    37. That by a more plentiful supply, to the great advantage and conveniency of the public, it must have reduced very much the price of India goods in the English market, cannot well be doubted; but that it should have raised very much their price in the Indian market, seems not very probable, as all the extraordinary demand which that competition could occasion must have been but as a drop of water in the immense ocean of Indian commerce

    38. Have those public endowments contributed in general, to promote the end of their institution ? Have they contributed to encourage the diligence, and to improve the abilities, of the teachers? Have they directed the course of education towards objects more useful, both to the individual and to the public, than those to which it would naturally have gone of its own accord ? It should not seem very difficult to give at least a probable answer to each of those questions

    39. In examining those arguments, they were necessarily led to consider the difference between a probable and a demonstrative argument, between a fallacious and a conclusive one; and logic, or the science of the general

    40. “The station’s sensor array was showing probable weapons discharge

    41. If the crown lands were more extensive, it is probable, they would be still worse managed

    42. The servants of the company may, perhaps, have profited by the change, but at the expense, it is probable, both of their masters and of the country

    43. From the Collections of the Abbé Expilly, and the observations of the author of the Essay upon the Legislation and Commerce of Corn, it appears probable that France, including the provinces of Lorraine and Bar, contains about twenty-three or twenty-four millions of people; three times the number, perhaps, contained in Great Britain

    44. Under these conditions, it was probable that the two strangers

    45. While it is possible to realize a “Cinderella” story finish, it’s not really probable when you consider that some of the other entrants are very

    46. ‘There is one probable future

    47. Thus „Though in the incidents of my administration, I am unconscious of any intentional error, I am nevertheless too sensible of my defects, not to think it probable that I have committed many errors

    48. Probable, in fact

    49. For instance, any vehicle or person could be searched physically without probable cause (bona fide suspicion in South African law) if found within a certain distance from any international border

    50. Each ultimately defines a society‘s probable place in History

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