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    1. "Eeew, that's not very secure

    2. The real strength was waiting patiently for her return wasn't it? As well as letting her know that he would be fine until then, and letting her know that her position with him was secure, though it was filled by a temp till then

    3. "We really like to see the certificate we gave you when we took it in, especially if it's secure," the doorman said

    4. "Because it's secure, we also need the password it was stored under and that is NOT on the certificate

    5. It was a lot longer walking to the back shed where secure cargo was kept than it was riding on the second floor of a monster wagon

    6. "How about, all the way out of the secure area

    7. "They're in for investment, that's why they're back in secure

    8. "This is fragile cargo as well as secure

    9. Probably can’t catch us if we keep moving at this speed," Phipps said, "but we’ll have to stop if we actually find anything and we want to secure it

    10. "Secure the emitters," was all Burn said on comms

    11. "Belay that! Hold position and secure that load!"

    12. The Kassikan's data sphere is secure from tapping at this range

    13. Then, when enough is known and the enough soldiers are twenty one years of age, even if it takes generations, using the technology of the Al-Harron, thousands of troops are parachuted in from stealth aircraft to secure the Kassikan complex

    14. To make sure that I was secure they next taped my bound arms to my torso

    15. Now the Jewish people were secure and the Christians were left without any kind of protection

    16. The woman reached across to what Kara now realised was a secure storage shelf, activated it and extracted a sheaf of papers

    17. A non-descript hessian bag was produced from yet another secure shelf, and the items carefully place in it

    18. Once happy she was secure, he set

    19. stately in a small, urban way, firm and secure

    20. He mentions documents which I’ll need to remove from secure keeping

    21. Secure in their friendship now, Andrew finally asked him about Tabs

    22. Your passport and tickets are safe and secure

    23. They thought their hiding place was totally secure

    24. The poor soldier sat on the bunk in his cell, alone and without shoe laces in his shoes or a belt to secure his modesty

    25. ‘I think that’s secure

    26. He knew his faith in Jesus was secure, but he wondered how solid his faith was in the Christial church

    27. It had to be accessible from the water, have plenty of storage space and most of all, it had to be secure

    28. only way to secure peace was by striking fear into the hearts of his

    29. Ava could have hacked into this, he was sure, but it really was one of the most secure areas on the expedition, in spite of Glayet’s quirky rendering

    30. Jack and Jill into the secure environs of the vehicle’s transportation

    31. shoe laces in his shoes or a belt to secure his modesty

    32. You have to be inside the secure area to get to the pins to reprogram any of the hardware Thom’s instruments are using

    33. love you experience is generated from within, it is stable, safe and secure,

    34. 18And thou shalt be secure, because there is hope; yea, thou shalt dig about thee, and

    35. You have to feel pretty secure in a relationship to put up with that sort of close friend in your spouse

    36. stone markers indicating a secure path over the marshes,” he

    37. Mandy was then consigned to working in their restaurant as her parent's revenge for her blatant and insensitive ingratitude toward their sincere attempts to secure an advantageous alliance with the prestigious family

    38. very surprised if the School did not have some secure place to store

    39. The second man returns to where Bex is sitting and checks that the oxygen mask is still secure

    40. Attached to the keel pocket they fitted a mast step and installed the necessary hardware around the gunwales to secure the intended mast

    41. Adjustable straps were fitted into the sides to secure whatever might be stored there

    42. “I’m sorry I was jumpy the other day, how secure is this room?”

    43. ‘Mind you,’ he went on as if to prove my point, ‘you’re not secure on a couple of the notes in the middle of the Madame Butterfly aria

    44. is to secure his release, they're similarly despised

    45. Harry related clearly his perceptions, and observations of both the establishment itself and its management, with the additional promotion that its location in the hamlet was also advantageous, central and accessible, well lit outside and secure

    46. “This is one of the most secure locations in the world

    47. wire the money to a secure account out of government control

    48. ‘Yes, I’m just checking that everything is secure

    49. “I feel more secure with a direct route to a population I can investigate than tackling those mountains

    50. and legs were secure, he lay on top of her

    1. Either the mystery man had been well secured before being murdered, or he was long dead before he arrived in Sunnyvale

    2. secured the infant with his other hand, and dodged the soldiers’ blade all in

    3. Most African tribes dressed their hair in plaits wrapped in thread, tight to the scalp, either in straight rows (hence the name) or intricate patterns and the ends were secured with thread and/

    4. the attire with a gold sash he wore over the left shoulder, secured

    5. The rope was secured to

    6. Together they carried the books and selected boxes into the vestibule, Kara clutching them while the door into the Personal Items room was secured

    7. blacksmiths and after making sure the door was secured turned

    8. was then passed around and secured the bikes to the belly side of

    9. Finally, he put her under his shirt and secured her to him

    10. I'd secured the cottage and left food and water for Ebby but there was no sign of him anywhere and I would have loved to say goodbye even though I knew he was in good hands with Demelza

    11. The entire camp was secured; all was in readiness, now they waited

    12. With great care, she wound the piece of string around the nail that was the latch until she was satisfied the door was secured to her liking, and then she turned and looked at them one by one, 'I prayed for my dead husband

    13. Despite his grief, and with his deeply tanned six-pack still in fine shape, the young man overcame his tragic flirtation with married life, secured a new recording contract and within a month he released a new disk full of sad little love songs, which sold millions of copies

    14. that the perimeter had been secured and that Harry and Dog were

    15. At the top of the stairs he has installed a wrought iron garden gate, which is six foot tall and secured against a similarly heavy metal door frame with a padlock

    16. The sides were all tooled leather over cedar panels and two sewn down wide black leather straps which encircled the trunk and secured it when closed with brass buckles

    17. The afternoon was wearing on and storage had to be secured for the rattan furniture in the Lytle-White house

    18. Allcock has consented that I shall have the sublime honor of hoping for his daughter's hand in marriage when once I have secured house and fortune enough befitting so wonderful a lady

    19. Another child reached for her feet but missed, two more boys threw themselves onto the bitter cold ice, and managed to reach her feet, she’d secured the youth's arm, extending above the icy water

    20. more large earthenware jars secured tightly in the middle

    21. If indeed the land had been secured by her Great-Great Grandmothers estate, then perhaps it may have been noted on the deed of how it was to be divided

    22. The day the letter arrived, she was stunned to find more than a simple notation about how the land was secured

    23. the bomb are secured,” Johnson said

    24. The bomb was secured

    25. Marguerite Beauchamp, and it was he who had secured

    26. worker bees, watching patiently as the area was secured enough to begin their

    27. secured was a stuffy, dirty cupboard drawer

    28. stomach so my compress was secured, and then tied it

    29. The secured gate leered at her mockingly

    30. said to Annabelle as he secured her load in preparation to

    31. They secured the raft along the shore and were greeted by more guards, and after a brief explanation by the elf they were once more on their way through the Archenon

    32. "It is still secured from within

    33. Secondly, by this attention they secured themselves from the possibility of issuing more paper money than what the circulation of the country could easily absorb and employ

    34. everyone believes that he has secured a wealth

    35. Those loans, however, may be all perfectly well secured, the goods purchased by the different debtors being so employed as, in due time, to bring back, with a profit, an equal value either of coin or of paper

    36. The capital of the landlord, on the contrary, which is fixed in the improvement of his land, seems to be as well secured as the nature of human affairs can admit of

    37. His tenants could agree to this upon one condition only, that they should be secured in their possession for such a term of years as might give them time to recover, with profit, whatever they should lay not in the further improvement of the land

    38. It’s consumer nirvana! But being subject to Earthly gravity as we are, we will come crashing down once the object of our desire is secured and the novelty wears off

    39. The capital, however, that is acquired to any country by commerce and manufactures, is always a very precarious and uncertain possession, till some part of it has been secured and realized in the cultivation and improvement of its lands

    40. prohibitions, the importation of such goods from foreign countries as can be produced at home, the monopoly of the home market is more or less secured to the domestic industry employed in producing them

    41. With a small part of this money, Nerissa secured passage for all of them on a coastal

    42. By the one institution, they secured to themselves the monopoly of the home market, and by the other they endeavoured to prevent that market from ever being overstocked with their commodity

    43. The drivers secured the chairs, returned the side-ramps to their respective boots and pulled away along the gently curving drive

    44. She secured her sword in the corner of her tent and after looking to see Carius back to busily discussing apparently classified news with his officer, she set about to investigate what she had seen

    45. fellow-citizens at home, and is secured in the same manner, by an assembly of the representatives of the people, who claim the sole right of imposing taxes for the support of the colony government

    46. event, sat in the secured room as Rex took

    47. She remained still and obedient as I secured the ties around her neck

    48. She heard about him through another woman, secured his phone number and one weekend when her husband was out of town on business, she called him up and told him bluntly that she wanted to hire him

    49. It’s been unused for years but he has secured maps of the route for sure

    50. I hoisted sails, trimmed sails, dropped sails, swabbed decks, greased pulleys, polished brass, secured cargo, and hauled supplies

    1. He secures the line to an old rusty nail on the boat

    2. Without a word, he throws my bags over Sefir’s shoulders, secures them and hands me the reins, storming off to check Adamant is ready to go

    3. The law which secures the longest leases against successors of every kind, is, so far as I know, peculiar to Great Britain

    4. Thus the prohibition of importing either live cattle or salt provisions from foreign countries, secures to the graziers of Great Britain the monopoly of the home market for butcher's meat

    5. Though, from excess of avarice, in the same manner, the inland corn merchant should sometimes raise the price of his corn somewhat higher than the scarcity of the season requires, yet all the inconveniencies which the people can suffer from this conduct, which effectually secures them from a famine in the end of the season, are inconsiderable, in comparison of what they might have been exposed to by a more liberal way of dealing in the beginning of it the corn merchant himself is likely to suffer the most by this excess of avarice; not only from the indignation which it generally excites against him, but, though he should escape the effects of this indignation, from the quantity of corn which it necessarily leaves upon his hands in the end of the season, and which, if the next season happens to prove favourable, he must always sell for a much lower price than he might otherwise have had

    6. Their monopoly secures them against all competitors in the home market, and they have the same chance for foreign markets with the traders of other nations

    7. big picture overview and it secures their buy-in

    8. What the Yogi secures by

    9. One hand slides and secures my back while the other reaches for my thigh

    10. Once on the passenger seat, Sean secures my seat belt before hurrying to the driver’s seat

    11. I circle my legs around Zachary’s waist and my arms around his neck while he secures me to his chest

    12. ” Zachary secures his arms tighter around my waist

    13. It watches over his first moments, secures him

    14. He waits while Simon helps Carthen with his small tunic, secures his shoes and tears off cloth from his cloak for both their heads

    15. In Part Three of mythic structure he wins the Battle, secures

    16. will fail; but nevertheless one who secures exactly that amount in each of the

    17. This type of loan may not necessarily be for a car as collateral, but some type of vehicle most often secures them

    18. The pilot is the last one to leave and he shuts down Gemini and secures her hatch

    19. “Hey, what’s up with this?” he looked to Del as he pointed at the headline on the international section, “US Secures Cholera Treatment Supplies

    20. Credit is a loan that a property owner secures that can be repaid

    21. His Word my hope secures

    22. Because it protects and secures not only our online accounts but also our online activities

    23. secures the most exalted knowledge of the Self and of God, and achieves

    24. He, or she, then secures the cord to the desire with a secure knot of agreement which is action: receive the required education; pass the necessary tests and requirements; and apply for medical positions

    25. The devotion that secures real-

    26. tion overcomes the three properties and secures the state of oneness

    27. The Almighty – Who has estimated your sustenance needs and employed the animals for your service and to provide you with the necessary nutrition– not only secures your living, but also takes responsibility for feeding these animals

    28. When one is afraid of theft, one secures and defends

    29. One of her hands eases upward to cover that part of her face he kissed, as her other secures her throbbing heart

    30. “Everyone, while Roger secures this place for our revelation of the plot to

    31. The IF is a very important condition in this case, as the intention governs the attention, and without the attention you can secure only the results which everyone else secures: That is a supply equal to the demand

    32. Refuge: That which shelters or protects from danger, distress, or calamity; a strong hold that protects by its strength, or a sanctuary that secures safety by its sacredness; any place inaccessible to an enemy

    33. been secures in the space that one atom holds, the atom would then show a force that would pull the

    34. - Then after he has it organized, he then secures himself a position in it

    35. His Word my hope secures;

    36. Non-exempt property that has more value than the loans it secures will be sold and the proceeds paid to creditors

    37. That this talent for organization and management is rare among men is proved by the fact that it invariably secures enormous rewards for its possessor, no matter where or under what laws or conditions

    38. Phipps is a wise as well as a liberal giver, for he requires the city to maintain these conservatories, and thus secures for them forever the public ownership, the public interest, and the public criticism of their management

    39. The Incarnation of the Divine 'Life’ secures the immortality of all who are united with Him by regeneration of the Holy Spirit, but the finally unregenerate will perish; and thus, to achieve the destruction of the greatest possible number is represented as the object of Satanic action from age to age

    40. She very soon discovered that there is a charm about fine clothes which attracts a certain class of people and secures their respect

    41. It secures success through its ability to stick to one thing until it gets there

    42. When Rose learns their fate, she goes ballistic, her passion so intense that she ultimately secures the mustangs’ freedom and their return to the wild

    43. Note how the switch line secures one end of snare arm (b), while the other rests on the keeper stick (a)

    44. When this bar is gradually increased by storms, tides, or currents, or there is a subsidence of the waters, so that it reaches to the surface, that which was at first but an inclination in the shore in which a thought was harbored becomes an individual lake, cut off from the ocean, wherein the thought secures its own conditions—changes, perhaps, from salt to fresh, becomes a sweet sea, dead sea, or a marsh

    45. And thus secures the prey we seek

    46. But if this is so, and it is true that Christianity is incompatible with the state, there naturally arises the question: "What is more necessary for the good of humanity, what more permanently secures the good of men, the political form of life, or its destruction and the substitution of Christianity in its place?"

    47. The judge, policeman, governor, officer will hold his position equally under Boulanger, or a republic, or Pugachév or Catherine; but he will certainly lose his position, if the existing order, which secures for him his advantageous position, falls to pieces

    48. But what is this conviction based on? It is easy to understand that the landowner prefers to believe that the existing order is inevitable and immutable, because this existing order secures him an income from his hundreds and thousands of acres, by means of which he can lead his habitual indolent and luxurious life

    49. Using these obligations as a lever, he secures the entree to the Ellersly home, though it is soon made plain to him that his intentions with respect to Anita are extremely distasteful to her

    50. It is believed there are few intelligent and enlightened persons, whether geologists or not, who would fail to be gratified by a book which secures the understanding by a strict course of reasoning from facts, and delights the taste by a style bold, terse, and lucid, but at the same time rich and flowing

    1. collected up the bicycles and after securing the workshop left for

    2. tens and fives into stacks, and took out the twenties, securing them in a lockbox

    3. Once he was out of the room, Todd quickly moved about securing her chest back into place, but with each wrap of the tape, he commented on the magic, he’d witnessed that day

    4. Edgar ran to the deck and introduced himself to the workers stating that he had been ordered to look after securing the Angula load on the port side of the ship

    5. and begin securing a couple of carcasses, my mind was

    6. to thank her for securing a waiver after all – I wanted to

    7. as he and Jean pulled on the guide rope securing the ferry

    8. he and his son were busy unfurling the sail and securing

    9. Richard had spared no expense in securing them

    10. Offline businesses can really maximize this strategy for securing new customers

    11. They had complied to a tee with societal norms regarding growing up, getting hitched, securing the blood line, having respectable employment, living in the right neighborhood with the big house and yard, having the latest in autos and technological devices, wearing the right clothing and associating with the proper friends, taking their vacations to the proper places, and…you know how it goes, right?

    12. The first exploit of every new reign was commonly to seize the treasure of the preceding king, as the most essential measure for securing the succession

    13. But it has been thought by many people, that it tends to encourage tillage, and that in two different ways ; first, by opening a more extensive foreign market to the corn of the farmer, it tends, they imagine, to increase the demand for, and consequently the production of, that commodity; and, secondly by securing to him a better price than he could otherwise expect in the actual state of tillage, it tends, they suppose, to

    14. These causes seem to be, the general liberty of trade, which, notwithstanding some restraints, is at least equal, perhaps superior, to what it is in any other country ; the liberty of exporting, duty free, almost all sorts of goods which are the produce of domestic industry, to almost any foreign country; and what, perhaps, is of still greater importance, the unbounded liberty of transporting them from one part of our own country to any other, without being obliged to give any account to any public office, without being liable to question or examination of any kind; but, above all, that equal and impartial administration of justice, which renders the rights of the meanest British subject respectable to the greatest, and which, by securing to every man the fruits of his own industry, gives the greatest and most effectual encouragement to every sort of industry

    15. The disorders in the government of Indostan have been supposed to render a like precaution necessary, even among that mild and gentle people; and it was under pretence of securing their persons and property from violence, that both the English and French East India companies were allowed to erect the first forts which they possessed in that country

    16. ” The time pushed on and so did the rest of us assaulting our objective at Hill 114 and securing it despite the casualties that we had suffered the Turks eventually withdrew abandoning their trenches which we took over

    17. He made trips up and down the stairs taking our possessions, then securing them onto the donkey

    18. Instead of fussing over a bun and keeping every hair in place, let loose by twisting your hair into a low chignon and securing it with whatever’s around you, whether it’s a pencil, your eye liner, or a chopstick

    19. Upon securing the steamer, he was

    20. The soldier fell back and impaled himself on a crate hook, left casually by some laggard who was too bothered with safely securing it

    21. The cabinets were locked, but the mechanisms were simpler than the ones securing the door

    22. Those remaining were securing the younglings, while the rest were on the trail of a certain Miss Cheeryup Tunbridge, the fastest girl in all Thimble Down

    23. She reached for the heavy wooden bar securing them

    24. They had then all systematically plundered the store rooms, securing the valuables, shaking the dust of Ashanti off their feet, returning to their own tribes with a recompense for their forced sojourn in the King's service

    25. At least the soldiers were questioning her here instead of some dank interrogation chamber, though the vertical iron bars securing the sole window offered little hope of escape

    26. We slept where we could, Sir Brian securing two discarded blankets, under which we bivouacked in the sopping grass with some degree of comfort

    27. Political Correctness, rather than securing our nation‘s (legitimate) interests abroad, is guiding military policies at the State Department

    28. Sheena did as the man ordered and he pushed her into the seat, securing her hands behind her back with plastic ties

    29. Next Brock placed the piece of bark on top, securing it with lengths of twisted grass

    30. He held me and hugged me closer to him, his one arm around my waist, the other holding the back of my head securing me into his arms

    31. Rejecting My Word spoken to this generation, while at the same time polluting My Word from aforetime, firmly securing the veil which remains atop their heads

    32. Even though Payne was just securing the house for his group leader, his old Search and Attack Patrol training took over, and he hunkered down for a few minutes, familiarising himself with his surroundings

    33. Securing Sousa records from one of Ferguson’s friends at Division headquarters was easier than Colling had imagined it would be, but finding a record with British tunes proved more elusive

    34. Truman loosened the line securing the wheel and brought the boat on course, centered in the channel outbound towards the open sea

    35. “The notebook! I’d forgotten…” Beth took it from Raul’s hand, staring at it in wide-eyed wonder as Truman set a course of 020 degrees and worked at securing the wheel

    36. Joining the feast did cause them to miss the bus, but they had no difficulty in securing a ride, joining ten others in the back of a truck loaded with sacks of pesticide, bound for Marale where they hopped off at the bus terminal

    37. I stacked many sticks and small logs on my hip, securing them with my arm

    38. securing the helmet in a bag

    39. Even bad loans did not hurt as long as the value of the home securing the loan

    40. He leans down and kisses my throat, hard, and his hands smooth over me, securing themselves at my waist

    41. She had no problem securing a great deal with her Californian

    42. Valentine? Someone who has received many love letters and written many love letters and has come away learning that no matter how good looking someone is, no matter how confident or popular, everyone has his and her own insecurities in love which are bound to emerge at some point for the purpose of emotional growth and securing mature resolutions for greater harmony and unity in love before we move onto the heavenly days that can come in what most of us call the “happily ever after” ending

    43. Kiskap arrived soon and after securing and feeding the dogs came in and raised Klah off the ground in greeting while the latter laughed uproariously

    44. securing villages and towns for future projects would become much more difficult, if not

    45. Watomika’s first letter thanked me for passing on the news about Sacook and securing his release from the Re Che, the second thanked me for telling him Sacook was still well

    46. interest in securing the school, so the Texas

    47. He picks up the radio and yells into it, “Sergeant Peters I want those men back in there to finish securing the chains and I want that tractor-trailer to start its engines!”

    48. port, 7 so that seven-towered right reasoning of the young men, securing the harbour of religion, conquered the intemperance of

    49. Adrinius removed my scarf from where it was draped around my bedpost, securing it loosely around his smooth neck, and he winked at me with his intense blue eye

    50. I said, securing a place near the food table

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