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    1. It is rather touching that Bunty has written something on most of them and even, in places, clipped successive letters from the same woman together

    2. Each successive grimoire will be better than the previous

    3. Such successive reductions of the tax, however, though they may not prevent altogether, must certainly retard, more or less, the rise of the value of silver in the European market

    4. They were introduced to preserve a certain lineal succession, of which the law of primogeniture first gave the idea, and to hinder any part of the original estate from being carried out of the proposed line, either by gift, or device, or alienation; either by the folly, or by the misfortune of any of its successive owners

    5. They are founded upon the most absurd of all suppositions, the supposition that every successive generation of men have not an equal right to the earth, and to all that it possesses ; but that the property of the present generation should be restrained and regulated according to the fancy of those who died, perhaps five hundred years ago

    6. It does not, perhaps, relate to the present subject, but I cannot help remarking it, that very old families, such as have possessed some considerable estate from father to son for many successive generations, are very rare in commercial countries

    7. A militia of any kind, it must be observed, however, which has served for several successive campaigns in the field, becomes in every respect a standing army

    8. It is only under the shelter of the civil magistrate, that the owner of that valuable property, which is acquired by the labour of many years, or perhaps of many successive generations, can sleep a single night in security

    9. But during the two years in which their agreement with government was to take place, they were restrained from any further increase of dividend by two successive acts of parliament, of which the object was to enable them to make a speedier progress in the payment of their debts, which were at this time estimated at upwards of six or seven millions sterling

    10. It is the accumulated expense of several successive generations, laid out upon objects of great beauty and magnificence, indeed, but, in proportion to what they cost, of very small exchangeable value

    11. In consequence of the notion, that duties upon consumable goods were taxes upon the profits of merchants, those duties have, in some countries, been repeated upon every successive sale of the goods

    12. 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

    13. The opposing lines were marked by successive sheets of flame, and though the advanced Spaniards suffered heavily, no American was killed or wounded and the fight soon subsided, as if by mutual consent

    14. Young as one ―feels‖ contrary to how one really feels, holding fast to youthful designs and illusory impressions, has undermined our human dignity by its failure to properly complete itself in a manner welcoming every changing phase in our lives as a life (maturing) process injecting vitality and new meaning as it passes through each successive stage offering its own unique rewards while preparing it for the uncertain road that lie ahead

    15. But each successive path closed off other options

    16. She was pulling out just a little too far down each successive straight to overcome the pressure differential in clean air

    17. Sig Sauer then let off four successive shots which hit Ercilia causing to slide as if she were trying to steal second base

    18. It builds fantastic wealth with total availability through the behavioural change for the production process and use of the resources with elimination of the chain of successive possessions between suppliers and customers

    19. The moves appeared one by one in successive pronouncements

    20. In spite of our knowing that the successive strokes are

    21. Q: Is there a causal link between the successive body-

    22. thoughts and focused energy by trial and error through a series of successive lives, overcoming

    23. to legend, that "smile" was handed down by 28 successive masters and much

    24. According to legend, that "smile" was handed down by 28 successive masters and much later became the origin of Zen

    25. Rickover pulled the plug on Ingalls’ doing even overhauls, about the time I moved to EB 2/79, because for two successive real time comparisons, NNS had done its contract for $37m; whereas Ingalls’ final number was $62m

    26. Furthermore, I soon ingratiated myself to Rickover via his Naval Reactor Representative Office (NRRO) reps, by uncovering and reporting two rather large scandals involving two successive Ingalls’ CEOs

    27. gleamed over successive C with E (F flat) lifetimes

    28. Through all the successive ages

    29. It was during these days that there was the largest wave of successive UFO

    30. Then another and another in a similar manner until all the soldiers had formed up in successive lines, a leader at the head of each

    31. Were there any windows or crockery under the airplane, which there were not, they would have shattered from the over-pressure and vibration caused by the successive shock waves

    32. correlations in my book "The Ulysseans" and in a successive one “Hypothesis on Ulysses”

    33. A shift change eased into the successive realm, polishing things at home and what have you

    34. "More likely the Rotham trust for the Imperial Military is degenerating with each successive attack by Raidan

    35. Mainstream Science proposes that the brain integrates the patchy and fragmentary bits of information on the retina available in successive fixations into a stable, detailed model or representation

    36. They speculate that there may be a progressive diminution in the size of the bubbles in successive universes

    37. ‘The passenger, if he could never leave the train nor alter its pace, would probably consider the passing landscapes as necessarily successive and would be unable to conceive their coexistence

    38. successive mains interruption

    39. requests for successive changes, all in the name of improvement, usually have declining

    40. Stephen Kinzer in his books have written about how the successive democratic governments of United States of America and United Kingdom have overthrown democratically elected government in Iran and many other countries to support interests of their multi-national giants

    41. Successive governments of independent India have followed the Western model with disastrous results

    42. Gilead and Alex fired successive volleys of electric missiles at the giant creature

    43. I’m sorry to disclose that the old books report little more than wave after successive wave of malevolent forces who marauded the Regions of Gaea, oppressing and destroying with rampant abandon

    44. Llewellyn and his companions fired successive volleys of arrows from their enchanted bows

    45. A combination with successive numbers (23, 24, 25, 26, 27) has never been

    46. important to keep in mind, for the efficient speaker not only changes the pitch ofsuccessive syllables but gives adifferent pitch to different parts, or word-groups, of successive sentences

    47. candidates are presented for each successive Initiation, to ask how they have

    48. Through all the successive kingdoms, the

    49. It was fresh and sweet smelling again after successive tides had washed away the last of the debris from yesterday’s debacle

    50. During each world-period, we are told, there are three successive Lords of the World, and the present holder of the office is already the third

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    Synonyme für "successive"

    consecutive sequent sequential serial successive every other alternate reciprocal