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    1. I have to admit that he wasn’t overly bothered when she went away, so maybe it is just as well he didn’t propose, but all the same, it is worrying that he hasn’t settled down


    2. Then I made so bold as to propose my being godmother to her baby daughter, who will be born in a few moths


    3. propose to you but unfortunately, you are not in the least interested? You have every


    4. "So what I propose is that we target one of the impactors with the tangler beam, and see if there is any of this activity in them


    5. 'What you propose is difficult at the moment – it will


    6. Brancetrabble thought it was now a good time to propose his idea


    7. “It would be an excellent thing to do,” returned the grand-vizir, “but how do you propose to do it?”


    8. The department and yourself survive on these children, they help with your salary and your occupation, so what does the mighty department propose to tell me


    9. "What do you propose General Secretary?" asked one of the Ministers sadly


    10. “ Well my friend what if some of us pay and others don't how do propose to cut the hotel in half to facilitate both sides?”














































































    1. Now, I’m not going to force you to take up the offer, but at least come and have a look at what’s being proposed … and possibly make it up with Stephen?’


    2. Then he turned to another disciple and proposed her correcting my translation, so that the text will return to its original style


    3. They proposed buying a corridor thru the wild chaparral to connect their lands and Ernesto was arriving with a delegation of his sons to discuss it


    4. King Khama: The African Abe Lincoln is a proposed


    5. Archaeologists excavating a trash pit at the An anthropologist proposed a game to children in an Jamestown colony site in Virginia have found the African tribe


    6. To think I’d been concerned at Gilla’s apparent lack of enthusiasm for the proposed marriage! And you thought she was making the best of a bad job, settling for any man rather than none at all, Lintze! You idiot! Her delighted welcome for Caderl certainly knocks that idea on the head


    7. They were suffering from the combined effects of thumping heads, dehydration and the bile churning nerves that accompany deeds such as the one they proposed to execute that morning


    8. A year or so after the event on the street corner the government proposed the setting up an immigration processing centre in the borough where Miss Jones lived


    9. If it had been hacked he would have probably proposed marriage to her already


    10. do it himself, Burr proposed that diseases could be


















































































    1. But then, what if the person who proposes to you wasn"t real y what you had in mind?


    2. In spite of that, it is something the average guy might serve his girlfriend on the day he proposes marriage


    3. Columella, who reports this judgment of Democritus, does not controvert it, but proposes a very frugal method of inclosing with a hedge of brambles and briars, which he says he had found by experience to be both a lasting and an impenetrable fence ; but which, it seems, was not commonly known in the time of Democritus


    4. and proposes the confrontation of opinions,


    5. The two sorts of restraints upon importation above mentioned, together with these four encouragements to exportation, constitute the six principal means by which the commercial system proposes to increase the quantity of gold and silver in any country, by turning the balance of trade in its favour


    6. To lay extraordinary restraints upon the importation of goods of almost all kinds, from those particular countries with which the balance of trade is supposed to be disadvantageous, is the second expedient by which the commercial system proposes to increase the quantity of gold and silver


    7. It is in this manner that the mercantile system proposes to enrich the whole country, and to put money into all our pockets, by means of the balance of trade


    8. Part of this fund parliament proposes to raise by a tax to be levied in Great Britain ; and part of it by a requisition to all the different colony assemblies of America and the West Indies


    9. Though the encouragement of exportation, and the discouragement of importation, are the two great engines by which the mercantile system proposes to enrich every country, yet, with regard to some particular commodities, it seems to follow an opposite plan : to discourage exportation, and to encourage importation


    10. It discourages the exportation of the materials of manufacture, and of the instruments of trade, in order to give our own workmen an advantage, and to enable them to undersell those of other nations in all foreign markets; and by restraining, in this manner, the exportation of a few commodities, of no great price, it proposes to occasion a much greater and more valuable exportation of others















































































    1. I am proposing to use this to set up and fund a teaching facility attached to the Entertainers Guild that you are forming


    2. “You’re not proposing time travel and that we have been beamed into bodies in ancient Atlantis?”


    3. and set out, proposing to ride one of the local tracks


    4. “I think you know what I’m proposing


    5. Ask any rich man of common prudence, to which of the two sorts of people he has lent the greater part of his stock, to those who he thinks will employ it profitably, or to those who will spend it idly, and he will laugh at you for proposing the question


    6. The most visionary enthusiasts would scarce be capable of proposing such a measure, with any serious hopes at least of its ever being adopted


    7. Creationism is said to be a religious belief, proposing the existence of humanity, life, the Earth and the Universe as the result of supernatural workings by a supreme being


    8. He wasn’t proposing


    9. “You can’t seriously be proposing we jump


    10. It suddenly dawned on Imbrahim that she was proposing the very thing they’d come all this

















































































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