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1. Ah! in that case I must abridge.
2. I abridge, I stop, I have too much the advantage; moreover, I am dying.
3. First, of all useful machines and instruments of trade, which facilitate and abridge labour.
4. The Hungarian mines are wrought by freemen, who employ a great deal of machinery, by which they facilitate and abridge their own labour.
5. I would abridge the British maritime power, raise Prussia and Austria to first-rate powers, and preserve the integrity of the Empire of Russia.
6. The generation which is passing in its turn over the earth, is not forced to abridge it for the sake of the generations, its equal, after all, who will have their turn later on.
7. Since access to this installation is controlled and persons entering the property are properly notified, free speech can be abridged in the same manner as the owner of a theater can abridge free speech.

8. An improved farm may very justly be regarded in the same light as those useful machines which facilitate and abridge labour, and by means of which an equal circulating capital can afford a much greater revenue to its employer.
9. Slaves, however, are very seldom inventive ; and all the most important improvements, either in machinery, or in the arrangement and distribution of work, which facilitate and abridge labour have been the discoveries of freemen.
10. The productive powers of the same number of labourers cannot be increased, but in consequence either of some addition and improvement to those machines and instruments which facilitate and abridge labour, or of more proper division and distribution of employment.
11. This mode of reasoning may answer the purposes of gentlemen, but is surely unfavorable to fair investigation; it tends to abridge the freedom of debate, and prevent that firm, decisive, and candid exposition of those measures, which we conceive may vitally affect the happiness of the people.
12. No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.
13. Another argument, which is rather an argument to the favor than to the right of this bank, is, that it is an innocent institution; that, although its erection involves the exercise of legislative powers within the States, it does not abridge or affect the rights of the citizens, as secured to them by the laws of those States.
14. Secondly, the use of several very ingenious machines, which facilitate and abridge, in a still greater proportion, the winding of the worsted and woollen yarn, or the proper arrangement of the warp and woof before they are put into the loom ; an operation which, previous to the invention of those machines, must have been extremely tedious and troublesome.
15. Wade, using section 1 of the Fourteenth Amendment, which says, No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.
16. Anxious to abridge the evils from which a state of war cannot be exempt, I lost no time after it was declared, in conveying to the British Government the terms on which its progress might be arrested, without awaiting the delays of a formal and final pacification; and our Chargé d'Affaires at London was, at the same time, authorized to agree to an armistice founded upon them.
17. They are rich in the industry and skill of their artificers and manufacturers, in every sort of machinery which can facilitate and abridge labour; in shipping, and in all the other instruments and means of carriage and commerce: but they are poor in corn, which, as it must be brought to them from distant countries, must, by an addition to its price, pay for the carriage from those countries.
1. I willingly dissent from such hypotheses with no possible grounds in sight for abridging the chasm.
2. Sensible then that I should work as much for my own profit as his, I hurried my compliance with his desire, and abridging the ceremonial, whilst he leaned his head against the back of a chair, I had scarce gently made him feel the lash, before I saw the object of my wishes give signs of life, and.
3. The quantity of materials which the same number of people can work up, increases in a great proportion as labour comes to be more and more subdivided; and as the operations of each workman are gradually reduced to a greater degree of simplicity, a variety of new machines come to be invented for facilitating and abridging those operations.
4. Are the wishes of this nation to be unattended to? Ought we not to relieve its anxieties? Or, are we to tantalize their hopes with energy in one law and imbecility in another? Are the merchants to be told we will protect their commerce? By what? By granting them a right which nature has already given to them? Is commerce to be protected by abridging the natural rights of the people? Is this measure no abridgment of their rights? Does it not confine the legality of arming to resident citizens alone? Look at the measure as you please, it is a dead letter.
1. Abridged from the foregoing.
2. Here's the abridged version.
3. It was merely a trifle abridged.
4. Jean Valjean's visits were not abridged.
5. It is a modern, abridged and annotated version.
6. All civilizations are there in an abridged form, all barbarisms also.
7. What follows is an edited and abridged version of our four-hour conversation.
8. What follows is an edited and abridged version of our nearly four-hour interview.
9. Here is an abridged extract of what she has to say about eating brassica vegetables.
10. Here is an abridged extract from some review studies carried out by FAO (United Nations):.
11. The abridged version, at least, had not factored in the possibility of time itself being destroyed.
12. On the bodice just under the lace-lined square neckline was an abridged version of the embroidery pattern.
13. So let me write of it, but only partially, and in a more abridged form than my full impressions might warrant.
14. They proclaimed that their right to free speech, previously abridged, had been released from illegal restrictions.
15. Sitting on the ferry headed back to town, Cristian went over what he just told his parents of the abridged version of the truth.
16. These abridged extracts from the Bangkok Post newspaper give an indication of the likely continuance of intransigence by both Countries.
17. The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex.
18. Whichever, Scott told his tale from an abridged standpoint, leaving out the part about the monster in the basement, as well as Ingrid's name.
19. In the British Greenland Fishery, under the corrupted title of Specksioneer, this old Dutch official is still retained, but his former dignity is sadly abridged.
20. In some instances it might, at the same time, have been abridged, but for the difficulty of separating the matter extraneous to the immediate object of the resolution.
21. No such teachings appeared in the old catechisms; they were not to be found in the catechism of Peter Mogilas, or in that of Beliokof, or the abridged Catholic catechisms.
22. The right of citizens of the United States, who are eighteen years of age or older, to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of age.
23. The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude—.
24. For he had been strictly brought up, and had added, Thou shalt not wed the name of Veynes in vain, to a decalogue somewhat abridged, and, as his, father put it, edited by Debrett.
25. The right of the citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude.
26. Churchill was used by the undead to re-write history by wiping out the true details and facts and replacing it with a shortened, whitewashed, censored abridged abomination of lies and cover-ups.
27. The following stages have been adapted and abridged from Communication, language and literacy, (QCA Qualifications and Curriculum Authority, 2000, Department for Education and Employment, UK).
28. Since access to this installation is controlled and persons entering the property are properly notified, free speech can be abridged in the same manner as the owner of a theater can abridge free speech.
29. It wasn't until Amendment XIX, was ratified on August 18, 1920, that: The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex.
30. By this restraint he is probably obliged to sell the one somewhat cheaper, and to buy the other somewhat dearer, than he otherwise might have done; and his profits are probably somewhat abridged by means of it.
31. It includes a considerable amount of information concerning the monuments of the city, especially those belonging to the early Christian period, and some idea can be gained of them by the following abridged note.
32. Her father is telling an abridged story of their flight, train stations, fearful crowds, omitting the stop in Evreux, but soon all of Marie-Laure’s attention is absorbed by the smells blooming around her: egg, spinach, melting cheese.
33. Bitcoin wallet programs can verify transactions either by keeping their own complete copy of the blockchain, which is referred to as full payment verification, or by using an abridged version, which is called simplified payment verification (SPV).
34. Amendment XV, ratified on February 3, 1870, at long last asserted: The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude.
35. The right of citizens of the United States to vote in any primary or other election for President or Vice President, for electors for President or Vice President, or for Senator or Representative in Congress, shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or any State by reason of failure to pay poll tax or other tax.
36. All of his earlier attempts to gain fame and fortune failed miserably: all of his attempts to earn a living as a correspondent during the Boer war and as a forger and seller of forged oil paintings and as a hack writer of abridged classical literature and his attempts to gain power in parliament failed and failed and failed….
37. The right of citizens of the United States to vote in any primary or other election for President or Vice President, for electors for President or Vice President, or for Senator or Representative in Congress, shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or any State by reason of failure to pay any poll tax or other tax.
38. Nor is it unworthy of reflection, that this revolution in our pursuits and habits is in no slight degree a consequence of those impolitic and arbitrary edicts, by which the contending nations, in endeavoring, each of them, to obstruct our trade with the other, have so far abridged our means of procuring the productions and manufactures of which our own are now taking the place.
39. Although other subjects will press more immediately on your deliberations, a portion of them cannot but be well bestowed on the just and sound policy of securing to our manufactures the success they have attained, and are still attaining, in some degree, under the impulse of causes not permanent; and to our navigation the fair extent of which it is at present abridged by the unequal regulations of foreign Governments.
40. It is, it appears, impossible to prevent men, heated by party, and seeking only the gratification of their own passions, from trampling in the dust the charter which we have sworn to support; for though our constitution has said, in the broadest terms which our language knows, that the freedom of speech and of the press shall not be abridged, men have been found so lost to all sense of their country's good, as to pass the act, commonly called the sedition act, and to send out our judges to dispense, not law, but politics from the bench.
1. The improved dexterity of a workman may be considered in the same light as a machine or instrument of trade which facilitates and abridges labour, and which, though it costs a certain expense, repays that expense with a profit.
2. Here, scarce allowing himself patient till the drawer brought in the wine called for, he fell directly on board me: when, untucking my handkerchief, and giving me a snatching buss, he laid my breasts bare at once, which he handled with that keenness of gust that abridges a ceremonial evermore tiresome than pleasing on such pressing occasions; and now, hurrying towards the main point, we found no conveniency to our purpose, two or three disabled chairs, and a rickety table, composing the whole furniture of the room.

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