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    1. to profit, which lead thee by the way that thou should go

    2. Information is the highest profit product you can sell

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    4. Investment in shares has been a fascination for many due to publicity given to unbelievable profit earned by a few speculators

    5. One usually 'misses the bus' to sell at a profit or keeps hoping against hope in a falling market

    6. (26) Striving over words to no profit is always a danger in discussing the affairs of the

    7. The real profit from the excursion: As the coach was passing through the village of Kranidi, I recognized the narrow street and the old houses I had dreamt of on the 26th of July; a little later I saw a blue car with the number 2504

    8. Seeing you in this… it doesn’t matter We are going to keep watch over the lands of our country so how far my eye goes, I can see that you are here in your that they truly profit her children

    9. These are the businesses that tend to earn the highest profit margins, and will sell nearly any product to their customers

    10. Our total profit

    11. "Wait, this isn't real profit

    12. 'This is our profit for the first three months after paying rent

    13. operation, our profit is 42,600 rupees

    14. 'Stud-boy,' Ish slurred, standing up, 'This business and its profit is all owed to

    15. But guess what's our profit for the last four months,'

    16. strive not about words to no profit, but to the subverting of the hearers

    17. do; and behold, all was vanity and a chasing after wind, and there was no profit under

    18. 9 What profit has he who works in that in which he labors? 10 I have seen the burden

    19. 9 Moreover the profit

    20. what profit does he have who labors for the wind? 17 All his days he also eats in

    21. What does that profit man? 12

    22. 11 If the snake bites before it is charmed, then is there no profit for the

    23. This season is all about maximising revenue and profit

    24. I made thirty one coppers profit on that, I’m proud to say, one of the best deals I’ve made this decade and too new for those outside my organization to have counted in my income

    25. “I heard some rumors about an Internal Investigation,” Enjteen said, “concerning the circumstances pertaining to arranging a shonggot overdose to profit from the availability of a certain body

    26. Originally, she’d figured everyone would just move into the Lytle-White house, but when Jewel wrote the contract for eighty rooms per night, well who was she to argue with profit

    27. The relationship of supply to demand is a key economic principle – here the demand for parts exceeded supply; hence, the profit from attaining a replacement turbofan would be handsome

    28. Think of this Otto; if we hijack a 777 and rip off the engines, landing gear and avionics, my problem will be solved and there will be considerable profit to be made!”

    29. They stepped back and began to muse further afield in an effort to find profit in their project

    30. As soon as stock has accumulated in the hands of particular persons, some of them will naturally employ it in setting to work industrious people, whom they will supply with materials and subsistence, in order to make a profit by the sale of their work, or by what their labour adds to the value of the materials

    31. therefore, the undertaker of the one will expect a yearly profit of about one hundred pounds only; while that of the other will expect about seven hundred and thirty pounds

    32. Though in settling them some regard is had commonly, not only to his labour and skill, but to the trust which is reposed in him, yet they never bear any regular proportion to the capital of which he oversees the management ; and the owner of this capital, though he is thus discharged of almost all labour, still expects that his profit should bear a regular proportion to his capital

    33. Labour measures the value, not only of that part of price which resolves itself into labour, but of that which resolves itself into rent, and of that which resolves itself into profit

    34. In the price of corn, for example, one part pays the rent of the landlord, another pays the wages or maintenance of the labourers and labouring cattle employed in producing it, and the third pays the profit of the farmer

    35. Though the price of the corn, therefore, may pay the price as well as the maintenance of the horse, the whole price still resolves itself, either immediately or ultimately, into the same three parts of rent, labour, and profit

    36. Why not, at one third the average retail price? She was getting part of the profit from that tape and she wasn't even the one who played yandrille on it

    37. As any particular commodity comes to be more manufactured, that part of the price which resolves itself into wages and profit, comes to be greater in proportion to that which resolves itself into rent

    38. In the progress of the manufacture, not only the number of profits increase, but every subsequent profit is greater than the foregoing ; because the capital from which it is derived must always be greater

    39. A salmon fishery pays a rent ; and rent, though it cannot well be called the rent of land, makes a part of the price of a salmon, as well as wares and profit

    40. The price which is paid to them by the stone-cutter, is altogether the wages of their labour ; neither rent nor profit makes an part of it

    41. Wages, profit, and rent, are the three original sources of all revenue, as well as of all exchangeable value

    42. The revenue derived from labour is called wages; that derived from stock, by the person who manages or employs it, is called profit; that derived from it by the person who does not employ it himself, but lends it to another, is called the interest or the use of money

    43. It is the compensation which the borrower pays to the lender, for the profit which he has an opportunity of making by the use of the money

    44. Part of that profit naturally belongs to the borrower, who runs the risk and takes the trouble of employing it, and part to the lender, who affords him the opportunity of making this profit

    45. The interest of money is always a derivative revenue, which, if it is not paid from the profit which is made by the use of the money, must be paid from some other source of revenue, unless perhaps the borrower is a spendthrift, who contracts a second debt in order to pay the interest of the first

    46. A gentleman who farms a part of his own estate, after paying the expense of cultivation, should gain both the rent of the landlord and the profit of the farmer

    47. He is apt to denominate, however, his whole gain, profit, and thus confounds rent with profit, at least in common language

    48. They farm, the greater part of them, their own estates : and accordingly we seldom hear of the rent of a plantation, but frequently of its profit

    49. Whatever remains, however, after paying the rent and keeping up the stock, is called profit

    50. Wages, therefore, are in this case confounded with profit

    1. And, of course, he learned by his past mistakes and profited greatly from his now well-proportioned good looks

    2. And, of course, he learned by his past mistakes and profited

    3. For what is a man profited, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul? Or

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

    5. “You can see where I am going? We profited well in 2003, but we have an opportunity to make a killing on a 777

    6. 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

    7. American industries that profited off the slave trade included banks, insurance companies, and the textile industry

    8. He had not engaged in the black market, although he had profited from selling uniforms and charging interest on small loans to his fellow soldiers

    9. His tribe profited from their shrine, the Kaaba

    10. Mat 16:26 For what is a man profited, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul? or what shall a man give in exchange for his soul?

    11. 8 What has pride profited use or what good has riches with our vaunting brought us?

    12. 16 I awaked up last of all, as one who gathers after the grape gatherers, by the blessing of the Lord I profited, and trod my wine press

    13. 17 I profited in it, therefore will I ascribe glory to him who gives me wisdom

    14. The latter had profited greatly from being the people of the wives of my uncles, George and Theodore, and were generally resented in

    15. those times to whom, the words which you did say; 4 But again I will speak in Your presence: 5 What have they profited who had

    16. For what is a man profited, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul? (Matt

    17. For what is a man profited, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul? or what shall a man give in exchange for his soul?(Mat

    18. “So you might think that the wealthy individuals who paid for the displays and feasts out there are the ones who truly deserve your gratitude, yet they have more than profited from their venture by having the chance to display their wares before such a great crowd, insuring many sales, and by the chance to enter new markets in the future!

    19. 13 The Righteousness of the Righteous has profited neither them nor their City; God's Judgments are incomprehensible; the World was made for the Righteous yet they pass and the World remains

    20. And now I know that those who have sinned are many and they have lived and departed from the world but that few nations will be left in those times to whom the words which you did say; 4 But again I will speak in Your presence: 5 What have they profited who had knowledge before you and have not walked in vanity as the rest of the nations and have not said to the dead: "Give us life" but always feared you and have not left Your ways? 6 And note! they have been carried off nor on their account have you had mercy on Zion

    21. 15:3-9 Why do you all also contravene the commandment of God by your tradition because God commanded saying: “Honour your father and mother” and: “He who curses father or mother let him die the death”? Instead you say: Whoever shall say to his father or his mother: “By whatever you might be profited by me it is a gift (for God)” and so he does not honour his father or his mother so he shall be free so you have made the commands of God void by your tradition you hypocrites; Isaiah did properly prophesy about you saying: “These people come close to Me with their mouth and honour Me with their lips but their heart is far from Me; so in vain they worship Me teaching the commandments of men as doctrine”

    22. They are subjoined to this Epistle and by them you may be greatly profited; for they treat of faith and patience and all things that tend to edification in our Lord

    23. children had profited from her years of hard work

    24. profited from their presence, using the noise to achieve a

    25. Have you not read in the Prophet Jeremiah, `You shall seek me and find me when you shall search for me with all your heart'? And again, does not this same prophet say: `And I will give you a heart to know me, that I am the Lord, and you shall belong to my people, and I will be your God'? And have you not also read in the Scriptures where it says: `He looks down upon men, and if any will say: I have sinned and perverted that which was right, and it profited me not, then will God deliver that man's soul from darkness, and he shall see the light'?" And Ezra found God and to the satisfaction of his soul

    26. They had close converse with a great number of persons who greatly profited by the instruction received from Jesus

    27. Not all who enjoyed these occasions of his personal ministry profited thereby, but the vast majority of those who met and talked with him were made better for the remainder of their natural lives

    28. In Matthew 16:26 we read: "For what is a man profited, if he shal gain the whole

    29. 9 Though the apostles were not at liberty to present these prayer lessons in their public teachings, they profited much from all of these revelations in their personal religious experiences

    30. Both the temple treasury and the temple rulers profited tremendously from these commercial activities

    31. All the saints have passed through many tribulations and temptations, and have profited in them; and they who could not support temptations, became reprobates, and fell away

    32. His friends, who grew old alongside him, eventually profited

    33. Huge sums of money were thrown at the problem, and many who shouldn’t have, profited from this fiasco

    34. While not all Germans either wanted the war or profited from it, too many did, to our national shame

    35. How then could the torment of slaughter affect this animal when it gets lovingly excited for meeting its Lovable Who created its body thereby He profited it His nearness and enjoyment!!

    36. heavy construction like Las Vegas profited enormously from the housing boom

    37. to the changes in interest rates profited more than those who did not

    38. favorable trade conditions, and England profited greatly while the Netherlands were largely neglected

    39. "We believe you were in on his scam from the beginning, but at the very least you profited from it

    40. Priya, like most of the other crewmembers lined up along the service counter, profited from that and took two eggs sunny side up with her slices of multiple grain toasts, then went to paste some strawberry jam, which the ship produced in quantity, on her toasts, completing her breakfast with a glass of fresh apple juice and a cup of tea

    41. He hinted that, from his connection, he had advanced knowledge of economic news, both good and bad, that he'd profited from both

    42. As records of deaths were only registered, it was easy for a veteran, vain and profited by his tale of years, to ante-date his birth

    43. His fellow man, having committed the same heinous act or profited in some way from its consequences, will never judge the criminal (himself) guilty of any wrongdoing— and will not stop him

    44. Should you question the survivors of every terrorist act committed anywhere in the world in the past century, asking who it was that helped their attackers with money, military and/or governmental support, the ability to purchase weapons and the means to commit terrorism, who do you think they would name, almost without exception? The United States of America, that’s who! Whether done in an official capacity, covertly or overtly, or by way of the greed of American business interests or even just the normal business of organized crime syndicates, America bankrolled and profited by them all

    45. Earth is a reproducing share organism, all is table and gift, and only from that, only from that foundation, is any thing profited

    46. The planet is poor, attention; we didn’t make any material profits, we profited in terms of gaining wisdom!

    47. innocently played with and profited from them, but the whole world

    48. God says: "if only there had been a community (of all those that were destroyed of old) that believed and profited by its belief as did the folk of Jonah! When they believed, We drew off from them the torment of shame in the life of this world and gave them comfort for a while

    49. "if only there had been a community (of all those that were destroyed of old) that believed and profited by its belief as did the folk of Jonah! When they believed, We drew off from them the torment of shame in the life of this world and gave them comfort for a while"

    50. "…thus We make plain Our Revelations for thoughtful people": he that never think carefully shall not profited by this, and has no goodness inside himself

    1. It’s not right and like I say they are making real good money and to me that’s taking advantage and profiting from our boys at the front

    2. Meditate upon these things; give thyself wholly to them; that thy profiting may appear to all

    3. The key to profiting from ad swaps is the same key to profiting with solo ads, which is your

    4. Giving was my foundation, as I never saw any merit in profiting from doing the simple things that we should have been doing all along

    5. profiting at the moment

    6. Those are costs on your end for research – they are very small amounts of money – and the girls are not profiting by your membership with the search company

    7. That thy love's loss is my hate's profiting!"

    8. Profiting from villages who do not have clean water is not a plan that anyone should be formulating in the present

    9. The Taliban were probably aiming to seize back control of this district tonight, profiting from the withdrawal of the American forces from Farah province

    10. eliminate the abovementioned problems and profiting from it

    11. Many retired members of the 2ème Bureau, most of whom came from Corsica, like Savani, had taken roots in Indochina, profiting from the French colonial regime to enrich themselves and also often participating in the various local criminal enterprises

    12. As for the businesses, banks and industrial plants, they will be initially nationalized, to prevent speculators from profiting from them

    13. A few hours later, the surviving men loyal to Durante hit back, profiting from the fact that the Carmines were now leaderless, resulting in a number of bloody firefights all across town

    14. Feeling like a vulture for profiting financially from such a tragedy, Jeanne kept to her mission profile and bought at bargain prices millions of francs worth of shares at the Paris stock market, knowing that the societies whose shares she was buying and that had brutally dropped in value due to the insurrection would eventually regain their true value

    15. “And I suppose it will appear that I am profiting from

    16. The settlers already present had come with their wives and children, at least those who had ones, profiting from a too rare occasion to relax and have fun, especially when someone else was paying for the food and drinks

    17. But every so often, one of them – usually an Amazon – would turn on her, tell her it was degrading to think as she did, tell her that no-one should have the right to choose her sexual partners for her, least of all someone who was profiting from it at her expense

    18. A newspaper reporter last year was looking to cash in on a ‘legend’, and with the recent reveal by the police that a killer this year was profiting from writing about the towns misfortunes, it was pretty clear that people are always out for themselves

    19. The voice of man holds imperfect truth to suggest profiting, because of the negative sitting in the resources

    20. We are not factories for death profiting from wars, living on borrowing time

    21. profiting? Is it seasonal, is there a local option, what are the politics of the packers and shippers, warehousers and wholesalers? How many miles did this food travel? How far must I travel to find the good food?

    22. Our most basic modern social common sense is a belief and defense of profiting

    23. how vulgar the heart that perpetuates, encourages, sponsors addiction to competition with and profiting from in a world cruel with need, starvation, and elimination of the losing class

    24. They worshipped this emotion, this act, this ideal called love, but practiced an economic rationale of ownership, of purchase, of profiting off of one another and the necessities others needed to survive

    25. Morgan was the kind of person you get around virgin Merchant cities – profiting from this and that, taking advantage of a general lack of circulating currency to trade

    26. O what a vain foolish trifling heart have I! when I would do good, even then evil is present with me; good Lord be merciful to me, and pardon the iniquity of my holy things, and let not my manifold defects in my attendance upon thee be laid to my charge, or hinder my profiting by the ordinance

    27. such as the banks involvement with crime and the bankers profiting from gamble rackets and drug selling

    28. The same goes for the insurance business profiting from lenient sentencing of courts holding very

    29. You cannot possess any kind of specialized knowledge or expertise without in some way taking advantage of others by profiting from that knowledge

    30. Since this genetic knowledge at present is virtually useless because it is not yet contextually connected and not usable: why the race to own it? The answer is the hope advantage-greed in the future: the ability to develop this at-present useless information, and find some way of profiting from it at a later date

    31. But when you have one person profiting a thousand-fold, and another profiting not at all: you get injustice and unfairness

    32. As long as someone is profiting at somebody else’s expense, as long as there is any imbalance in the pyramidal structure of profit, there can be no justice or equity

    33. A universal law of strictly limiting all profit to three percent: would prevent people from profiting from other people’s misfortune

    34. These financial criminals had been manipulating the economies of nations since the Napoleonic war and profiting from aiding both sides of every war they created by plotting secretly behind closed doors and supporting and funding both sides

    35. Do historians ever mention their existence of these profiteers or their responsibility or their criminal role in creating and profiting from war? Never

    36. Why were none of his other crimes ever proven? Because this would have inadvertently revealed how all the richest gentry and authorities of the English seacoast were guilty as sin of profiting from his crimes, and how they all helped him, and how they aided him and abetted him, and bought from him and sold to him

    37. By being part of the entertainment industry and profiting from other people’s inability and unwillingness to entertain themselves, he was just as much a part of the propaganda machine that sold the fat people whom he personally despised, their pizza and beer

    38. Why? Because; as long as the individual consumer has no awareness of what responsibility they have in the power of their collective influence, if they are kept ignorant of the larger consequences of the mass production and mass exploitation they create and export and import all over the World; then others can keep profiting from them

    39. Instead of waiting for their government to first establish a colony, and corner most of the wealth in royal monopolies and patents: they became impatient, they became even more greedy: they wanted to profit from these colonies by getting in there at the beginning, even before the Crown had a chance to establish itself as in control of the lands they were invading, er robbing, er colonizing, er exploiting…er, profiting from…

    40. When England was already profiting from them handsomely enough through ordinary trade… with their usual unfair colonial racket of added tariffs and taxes and Trade Laws

    41. All social responsibility boils down to giving: not profiting

    42. governments and entire populations and thereby profiting from the misfortune of the multitudes,

    43. The concepts of money, religion, nations, politics, and profiting at the expense of others are all on the path of evil

    44. primary tool for deluding and brainwashing populations, controlling the empire, and profiting from

    45. profiting from the misfortune of others

    46. profiting from wars and bloodshed

    47. However, by profiting from

    48. ruled this world have done so by profiting from the ignorance of the masses, so it has been vitally

    49. and profiting at the expense of others are all on the path of evil

    50. ’ Profiting by this too sweeping statement, which omits to account for the occasional secondary sense of losing, Dr

    1. The more leads that you have the more profits you will achieve

    2. She had put the money into the business account to enhance the publicity campaign and was quietly content about her unreasonable artwork profits for the year

    3. profits in the assumption that frugality is best

    4. This will in turn lead to more new customers, more site visitors to your online business page and eventually to more profits due to the increase in the number of customers you are gaining through social media

    5. following a strategic internet marketing promotion that will build your list that you can turn into online profits

    6. profits, do you think that money was well spent? You bet it was, and that is

    7. Get the phrase “Mega Profits” embedded into your brain, because without

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    9. The king profits from the field

    10. With the store's account in the Tahoe City Bank at: $13,700 after sixteen years or so of invested profits, the Livingson family financial worth was almost $68,800

    11. This responsibility assisted both the village which needed the service, and Jameson who would receive all profits from the continued enterprise as an investment in his future, wherever that might lead him

    12. companies in the area, making profits in excess of two hundred thousand per year,

    13. profits of silver and her gain than fine

    14. He was able to point out how the financial structure of the society she told him about would lead to higher profits from worse medicine because the profits were made on sickness instead of wellness

    15. In exchanging the complete manufacture either for money, for labour, or for other goods, over and above what may be sufficient to pay the price of the materials, and the wages of the workmen, something must be given for the profits of the undertaker of the work, who hazards his stock in this adventure

    16. The value which the workmen add to the materials, therefore, resolves itself in this case into two parts, of which the one pays their wages, the other the profits of their employer upon the whole stock of materials and wages which he advanced

    17. He could have no interest to employ them, unless he expected from the sale of their work something more than what was sufficient to replace his stock to him ; and he could have no interest to employ a great stock rather than a small one, unless his profits were to bear some proportion to the extent of his stock

    18. The profits of stock, it may perhaps be thought, are only a different name for the wages of a particular sort of labour, the labour of inspection and direction

    19. Let us suppose, for example, that in some particular place, where the common annual profits of manufacturing stock are ten per cent

    20. But though their profits are so very different, their labour of inspection and direction may be either altogether or very nearly the same

    21. In the price of commodities, therefore, the profits of stock constitute a component part altogether different from the wages of labour, and regulated by quite different principles

    22. An additional quantity, it is evident, must be due for the profits of the stock which advanced the wages and furnished the materials of that labour

    23. But it must be considered, that the price of any instrument of husbandry, such as a labouring horse, is itself made up of the same time parts ; the rent of the land upon which he is reared, the labour of tending and rearing him, and the profits of the farmer, who advances both the rent of this land, and the wages of this labour

    24. In the price of flour or meal, we must add to the price of the corn, the profits of the miller, and the wages of his servants ; in the price of bread, the profits of the baker, and the wages of his servants; and in the price of both, the labour of transporting the corn from the house of the farmer to that of the miller, and from that of the miller to that of the baker, together with the profits of those who advance the wages of that labour

    25. together with the profits of their respective employers

    26. In the progress of the manufacture, not only the number of profits increase, but every subsequent profit is greater than the foregoing ; because the capital from which it is derived must always be greater

    27. The capital which employs the weavers, for example, must be greater than that which employs the spinners; because it not only replaces that capital with its profits, but pays, besides, the wages of the weavers : and the profits must always bear some proportion to the capital

    28. In the most improved societies, however, there are always a few commodities of which the price resolves itself into two parts only the wages of labour, and the profits of stock ; and a still smaller number, in which it consists altogether in the wages of labour

    29. In the price of sea-fish, for example, one part pays the labour of the fisherman, and the other the profits of the capital employed in the fishery

    30. As the price or exchangeable value of every particular commodity, taken separately, resolves itself into some one or other, or all of those three parts ; so that of all the commodities which compose the whole annual produce of the labour of every country, taken complexly, must resolve itself into the same three parts, and be parcelled out among different inhabitants of the country, either as the wages of their labour, the profits of their stock, or the rent of their land

    31. To him, land is only the instrument which enables him to earn the wages of this labour, and to make the profits of this stock

    32. All taxes, and all the revenue which is founded upon them, all salaries, pensions, and annuities of every kind, are ultimately derived from some one or other of those three original sources of revenue, and are paid either immediately or mediately from the wages of labour, the profits of stock, or the rent of land

    33. What remains of the crop, after paying the rent, therefore, should not only replace to them their stock employed in cultivation, together with its ordinary profits, but pay them the wages which are due to them, both as labourers and overseers

    34. When the price of any commodity is neither more nor less than what is sufficient to pay the rent of the land, the wages of the labour, and the profits of the stock employed in raising, preparing, and bringing it to market, according to their natural rates, the commodity is then sold for what may be called its natural price

    35. A public mourning raises the price of black cloth ( with which the market is almost always understocked upon such occasions), and augments the profits of the merchants who possess any considerable quantity of it

    36. It sinks the price of coloured silks and cloths, and thereby reduces the profits of the merchants who have any considerable quantity of them upon hand

    37. But as they are repeated upon every part of his stock, and as their whole amount bears, upon that account, a regular proportion to it, they are commonly considered as extraordinary profits of stock

    38. The whole quantity brought to market, therefore, may be disposed of to those who are willing to give more than what is sufficient to pay the rent of the land which produced them, together with the wages of the labour and the profits of the stock which were employed in preparing and bringing them to market, according to their natural rates

    39. The wages of the labour, and the profits of the stock employed in bringing such commodities to market, on the contrary, are seldom out of their natural proportion to those of the other employments of labour and stock in their neighbourhood

    40. The policy must be as violent as that of Indostan or ancient Egypt (where every man was bound by a principle of religion to follow the occupation of his father, and was supposed to commit the most horrid sacrilege if he changed it for another), which can in any particular employment, and for several generations together, sink either the wages of labour or the profits of stock below their natural rate

    41. Though pecuniary wages and profit are very different in the different employments of labour and stock ; yet a certain proportion seems commonly to take place between both the pecuniary wages in all the different employments of labour, and the pecuniary profits in all the different employments of stock

    42. The rents of the one, and the profits of the other, depend very much upon the price of provisions


    44. The rise and fall in the profits of stock depend upon the same causes with the rise and fall in the wages of labour, the increasing or declining state of the wealth of the society ; but those causes affect the one and the other very differently

    45. But even this can seldom be done with regard to the profits of stock

    46. But though it may be impossible to determine, with any degree of precision, what are or were the average profits of stock, either in the present or in ancient times, some notion may be formed of them from the interest of money

    47. Accordingly, therefore, as the usual market rate of interest varies in any country, we may be assured that the ordinary profits of stock must vary with it, must sink as it sinks, and rise as it rises

    48. manufactures, the profits of stock have been diminishing

    49. In a thriving town, the people who have great stocks to employ, frequently cannot get the number of workmen they want, and therefore bid against one another, in order to get as many as they can, which raises the wages of labour, and lowers the profits of stock

    50. In the remote parts of the country, there is frequently not stock sufficient to employ all the people, who therefore bid against one another, in order to get employment, which lowers the wages of labour, and raises the profits of stock

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