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    1. Ezek: 34:27: And the tree of the field shall yield her fruit, and the earth shall yield her increase, and they shall be

    2. However, simply by taking care of one’s yard and garden through natural means, the accumulative effects will yield significant results on a global scale

    3. He corners her by the back door and, neatly forcing her to yield up the handful of wallpaper she is holding, dexterously pushes it down the back of her t-shirt as she squirms and squeals

    4. (mature) men yield to the whims of the unlearned (2:24-26)

    5. your hands forcing my arms into the soft yield of cotton sheets,

    6. only a true and open society can yield

    7. research, which could yield profound insight into the

    8. Yet the structure implicitly indicated by it may be acted upon with confidence and thus yield understanding

    9. No doubt there were some truly incorrect approaches which would yield no worthwhile results, but those which resolved the basic dilemmas of the propositions would probably be acceptable

    10. Which, when carried to its logical conclusion, will yield this: Take an all-to-nothing octave of an immense length

    1. This yields a large volume of unspoiled tomatoes in the short term

    2. These blends are extremely well balanced, offer broad spectrum time-released plant nutrients, will produce excellent yields

    3. yields seed, and the fruit tree that yields fruit according to its kind,

    4. For the earth yields crops by itself: first the blade, then the head,

    5. Another cupboard yields a file of papers tied up with string and topped by a folded piece of paper

    6. She yields as if she were soft earth

    7. “Wholeness, or one, when divided by seven yields a repeating decimal, as does three into one

    8. While they were transplanting flowers and shrubs one afternoon Belle began another conversation, “Kaitlyn, it is not enough that you know and practice; it is through living this understanding which yields the most powerful results

    9. The quality of grain depends chiefly upon the quantity of flour or meal which it yields at the mill ; and, in this respect, English grain is so much superior to the Scotch, that though often dearer in appearance, or in proportion to the measure of its bulk, it is generally cheaper in reality, or in proportion to its quality, or even to the measure of its weight

    10. Their price necessarily rises more or less, and yields a greater profit to those who deal in them, who can, therefore, afford to borrow at a higher interest

    1. teeth, the fetid and yielding lust on his hot breath as the bite went home

    2. I could feel no sunny warmth on my skin nor could I luxuriate in soft and yielding sand under my toes

    3. The taste of him; oh the taste to come, the wetness of his muzzle, the razor edge of his teeth, the fetid and yielding lust on his hot breath as the bite went home

    4. It is intended to be solely determined by our allowing ourselves to be gripped by the ethical God, who reveals Himself in us, and by our yielding our will to His

    5. Harry spent all his remaining time with them playing the part of the dapper cosmopolitan and yielding to their every whim

    6. He produces a crop, yielding a hundred, sixty, or thirty times what was sown

    7. To dream that you are a servant suggests that you are too yielding to others or that you are too submissive in some situation

    8. It was especially true now, with the winds very gently rushing, rustling her hair and yielding more refreshing chills

    9. The game of life that we have been playing for so long is indeed yielding a new paradigm

    10. In countries where lands, improved and cultivated very highly, and yielding, at the time of sale, as great a rent as can easily be got from them, commonly sell at thirty years purchase; the unimproved, uncultivated, and low-rented crown lands, might well be expected to sell at forty, fifty, or sixty years

    1. As the train pulled into the Union Station at 3:25 in the afternoon, the unending clackety-clack of their journey yielded to the bustling throng and controlled chaos of the station and the streets beyond

    2. The strongbox yielded, and the other

    3. Allcock made a grand announcement that his pursuit of New York City merchants for his tackle merchandise had at last yielded some success---thanks in large part to Harry

    4. This yielded that diagram in front of you

    5. On this occasion, however, he yielded to one particular suggestion which she offered, that was to consider allowing Kaitlyn, Chloe, and Henry to travel along for part of the journey, and return when he had completed his own duties of business

    6. ” a quick division yielded, “192, so I assign RE the vibration 192

    7. A great prophet is one who is yielded to God and broken from the ways of the world

    8. Finding my first seed did not grow, which I easily imagined was by the drought, I sought for a moister piece of ground to make another trial in, and I dug up a piece of ground near my new bower, and sowed the rest of my seed in February, a little before the vernal equinox; and this having the rainy months of March and April to water it, sprung up very pleasantly, and yielded a very good crop; but having part of the seed left only, and not daring to sow all that I had, I had but a small quantity at last, my whole crop not amounting to above half a peck of each kind

    9. As we become more yielded to God we allow more of his grace to flow through us

    10. is yielded to Him, He will give them true authority to influence

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    yield in English

    render supply furnish bear bestow give forth afford harvest product abandon abdicate cede concede forgo relinquish resign bow acquiesce give bend assent agree

    Synonyme für "yield"

    output yield fruit issue payoff proceeds return take takings production give way buckle under give in knuckle under succumb concede grant give generate render ease up move over bear pay cede afford relent soften supply furnish bestow give forth harvest product abandon abdicate forgo relinquish resign bow acquiesce bend assent agree