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    1. You have to be open to opportunities that arise in your life

    2. Ezek: 3:22: And the hand of the LORD was there upon me; and he said unto me, Arise, go forth into the plain, and I

    3. Pay special attention to the bathroom, kitchen and laundry rooms as these are the places most of your water is used and a great number of problems arise

    4. Consider the many chemicals on the market today and the many health problems that arise from their continual use

    5. Turn those problems that arise into gifts of opportunity

    6. To an extent, the question does arise as to how Satan is able to have his own kingdom on this earth

    7. There are any number of ways a signal can arise

    8. He knew from experience that they would arise early and want to be on their way

    9. released, symptoms of this processing can arise

    10. “We have no idea what god will do,” this big tough military man said, “but we have trained a team of acolytes with the strength to put a snowflake in your path if the need should arise

    11. 24For there shall arise false Christs, and false prophets, and shall show great signs and

    12. When they’re not, that’s where serious problems arise

    13. Problems seem to arise when you don't need them

    14. with any problems that might arise, although Tom had no idea what

    15. Ready to take to her heels again should the need arise, she slowly edged back along the path

    16. And he noticed something was definitely lingering just in the wings of Chloe's happiness that did not seem to arise from their serendipitous reunion

    17. Arise o Lord and

    18. At that time shall arise Michael, the

    19. Originally we were going to talk to our big boss Dale and see if he really cared if we took longer than the exact number of minutes but that situation didn't even arise

    20. When the fathers arise in the Church then the body will be built up to its full potential, being an army that walks in the power of God, and being a bride without spot or wrinkle

    21. When the fathers arise they will release a generation of conquerors

    22. death, she will arise with power to raise the dead

    23. dust, she will arise as a mighty army that will not back down

    24. His extraordinary gains arise from the high price which is paid for his private labour

    25. was time for other heroes to arise

    26. prophets will arise who have a passion to reflect Jesus

    27. spiritual leaders arise, then the false will be seen for what they

    28. also for teachers to arise in the body who have burning words

    29. there will arise a prophetic generation

    30. arise in the end

    31. arise that will reveal to us how to see as the Father sees

    32. wonders, I see an opportunity for the true prophets to arise with

    33. branches of trade, cannot arise from the different degrees of trust reposed in the traders

    34. Jesus, the mighty man of war, will arise, sound the war call, and

    35. variations in the market price of such commodities, therefore, can arise only from some

    36. True fathers will arise in the Church that

    37. Much of this phase of the tower's formation was only possible from this side, and if he didn't complete it by the time the wall was up, most of the workers would be hard pressed, perhaps unable, to make it to the city side should a problem arise

    38. The Church will arise as a mighty army

    39. I can't prove that it isn't, but I'm not about to believe the world is hollow or wevns arise spontaneously from rotten meat without some evidence stronger than a wild tale told by an ancient mystery lady who hobnobs with eldritch wizards, has a long history of heavy drinking and likes to experiment with the occult

    40. Many fell in the effort, but they managed to keep her away – long enough for the fallen giant to arise

    41. arise from them, with al questions and

    42. Wouldn’t it make sense for all subsequent misfortune to arise from this? That’s how it was with my family, at least

    43. Investigate when and what caused the problem to arise in the first place, and

    44. In England they were generally exempted from suit to the hundred and county courts : and all such pleas as should arise among them, the pleas of the crown excepted, were left to the decision of their own magistrates

    45. This inability did not arise from the want of money, but of the finer and more improved manufactures

    46. The act of navigation is not favourable to foreign commerce, or to the growth of that opulence which can arise from it

    47. They arise from our severed and frustrated natural attractions

    48. Feelings of want and need never arise, because all you experience is a sense of completeness

    49. When you are mindful of what is happening right now, this allows your natural state of happiness to arise

    50. Our attention is used to focusing automatically on the thoughts and perceptions that arise in our minds, and automatically attends to our ongoing story or narrative

    1. problems have arisen in the past over the number of cups to be used in serving the

    2. The others had already arisen, so Tom leapt from his bed, washed

    3. The technology was early when humans were created and not as reliable as genetics that had arisen naturally

    4. 4After he has arisen, his empire will be broken up and parceled out

    5. Yes the situation has arisen again because once again my boss got mad about us taking lunch I'll add to that in a minute

    6. I saw the warriors that had arisen from the dust

    7. The increase of the quantity of gold and silver in Europe, and the increase of its manufactures and agriculture, are two events which, though they have happened nearly about the same time, yet have arisen from very different causes, and have scarce any natural connection with one another

    8. The one has arisen from a mere accident, in which neither prudence nor policy either had or could have any share; the other, from the fall of the feudal system, and from the establishment of a government which afforded to industry the only encouragement which it requires, some tolerable security that it shall enjoy the fruits of its own labour

    9. The revenue which has arisen from it was unforeseen, and may be considered as accidental

    10. Whoever examines, with attention, the history of the dearths and famines which have afflicted any part of Europe during either the course of the present or that of the two preceding centuries, of several of which we have pretty exact accounts, will find, I believe, that a dearth never has arisen from any combination among the inland dealers in corn, nor from any other cause but a real scarcity, occasioned sometimes, perhaps, and in some particular places, by the waste of war, but in by far the greatest number of cases by the fault of the seasons; and that a famine has never arisen from any other cause but the violence of government attempting, by improper means, to remedy the inconveniencies of a dearth

    11. Numerous schools of Buddhism have arisen in the 2,500 years following the death of the Buddha

    12. They did not consider that the value of those metals has, in all ages and nations, arisen chiefly from their scarcity, and that their scarcity has arisen from the very small quantities of them which nature has anywhere deposited in one place, from the hard and intractable substances with which she has almost everywhere surrounded those small quantities, and consequently from the labour and expense which are everywhere necessary in order to penetrate, and get at them

    13. These misfortunes, however, seem to have arisen rather from accident than from any thing in the nature of those events themselves

    14. This high price, too, is not said to have arisen from the dye

    15. The separation of the judicial from the executive power, seems originally to have arisen from the increasing business of the society, in consequence of its increasing improvement

    16. Sinking funds have generally arisen, not so much from any surplus of the taxes which was over and above what was necessary for paying the interest or annuity originally charged upon them, as from a subsequent reduction of that interest ; that of Holland in 1655, and that of the ecclesiastical state in 1685, were both formed in this manner

    17. Wiping the rain from his face, he wished he could wipe away the memories that had so suddenly arisen from nowhere when Karla had taken him into her mouth - dark memories that in the end always sought him out, memories that had become more prevalent lately, memories that refused to be stilled

    18. “But my parents have advised me that a new threat has arisen, travelling from light-years away, and will arrive within our borders over the next two years

    19. Hence, recent so-called western separation movements had arisen in scattered, disparate, but vocal groups

    20. Perhaps a child had arisen before its mother, or some half-senile old crone lost her way upon coming back from the spring, out for an early-morning pot of fresh water

    21. ” He still coughed some but not like when he had first arisen

    22. The next day, he had arisen at sunrise, looking for the telltale sign of at least temporary habitation

    23. Hermann made no attempt to start a conversation, seemingly disconcerted by the tension that he sensed had arisen between the man and woman seated beside him

    24. “You have no idea whatsoever how the ordered physical, moral, mental, aesthetic, and social world in which you live could have ever arisen from the seething anarchy of the elementary particles

    25. It had arisen and it had vanished, like clouds before the sun

    26. It has been what has made him different from all who have shared his cradle of infancy, the Nature from out of which he has apparently arisen

    27. Has life on earth arisen by chance alone? Or does the genesis of such a complicated process demand the existence of a supernatural power? Do the facts of science conflict with the stories of the Bible? Is there another existence or is “Mother Earth” all we have?

    28. Man’s ingenious surmise which turned into a theory of evolution that included the vehicle of “natural selection” seems to have answered, to “science’s” satisfaction, how all life-forms have arisen from a relatively common environment

    29. When the arisen thought is almost incarnated,

    30. A number of misconceptions about karma have arisen in western society

    31. Sometimes, however, translations of Buddhist materials into English incorrectly use terminology from other religions, and as a result the misconception that happiness and pain are rewards and punishments in a system of moral justice has arisen

    32. serious problem that had arisen at the Reactor

    33. Harry was their hero and he seemed for all intents and purposes, to have arisen from the dead once more

    34. Steele finds white guilt to have arisen from the commendable admission by white Americans beginning in the 1960s that they had practiced racist ways

    35. And, second, life on Earth has arisen from randomness and universal physical laws, which suggests that the process may not be unique or difficult to replicate

    36. The concept of effort has arisen several times in our elaboration of

    37. This question has arisen under all sorts of contexts

    38. The question has arisen in the “who is a Jew” controversy about the children of mixed marriages

    39. However, before the meditation ended and while Annyeke gathered up the small jewels that had arisen from her, another thought occurred to him, one that really should have occurred earlier

    40. A conflict had already arisen with another family member when my mother named me first vice president

    41. 11 Most certainly I tell you among those who are born of women there has not arisen anyone greater than John the Baptiser; yet he who is least in the Kingdom of Heaven is greater than he

    42. 52 They answered him "Are you also from Galilee? Search and see that no prophet has arisen out of Galilee

    43. 1 Truely I say to you There has not arisen among those whom women have borne a greater than John the Baptist; but he who is little now in the Kingdom of Heaven is greater than he

    44. But perhaps a desire after her has arisen within your heart

    45. And in the middle of the plain he showed me a large white rock that had arisen out of the plain

    46. What did you go out into the wilderness to see? A reed shaken by the wind? but what did you go out to see? A man clothed in soft raiment? Note those who wear soft clothing are in kings’ houses; So what did you go out to see? A prophet? Yes I say to you and more than a prophet because this is him of whom it is written: Look I send my messenger before your face who shall prepare your way before you; Truly I say to you among those who are born of women there has not arisen a greater one than John the Baptist; Regardless he who is least in the Kingdom of Heaven is greater than him; and from the days of John the Baptist until now the Kingdom of Heaven suffers violence and the violent take it by force because all the prophets and the law prophesied until John; and if you all will receive it this is Elijah who was predicted to come; he who has ears to hear let him listen; so how shall I liken this generation? It is like children sitting in the Markets and calling for their friends and saying: We have piped for you and you have not danced; we have mourned for you and you have not lamented; because John came neither eating nor drinking and they say: He has a demon; The Son of man came eating and drinking and they say: Note a gluttonous man and a wine drinker a friend of tax collectors and sinners but wisdom is justified by her offspring

    47. that has arisen from this experience we have undertaken together

    48. Always one to take the soft options in life, he had run the family estates after the death of his father, until the opportunity to enter parliament as the local Member had arisen

    49. rising in your etheric body now this anger that has arisen

    50. Today, anti-Arab propaganda has been so successful it’s difficult to convince others of the inherent kindness and generosity of those much maligned people, which I'm sure continues despite the religious extremism that has arisen as a counter to western hegemony

    1. If your grandchildren know that you are available, then you can be assured that whenever a difficult situation arises, they won't hesitate to ask you for advice

    2. The question then arises: How shall we sit? Is the cross-legged attitude the best, or shall we kneel, or sit, or stand? The easiest and most normal position is the best always

    3. You can treat these fears as you would treat any thought, feeling, or sensation that arises in meditation

    4. The ability to forgive others arises from our own ability

    5. persecution arises because of the word, by and by he is offended

    6. “Wouldn't a person already need to know what was coming along, I mean in the big picture, to be ready for any opportunity that arises? And let's say they have such knowledge, it makes my head spin but wouldn't that make a person constantly and always determining the present and future possible worth of each and every little incident, news, and happenstance they encountered, every moment of every day? How could anyone get anything done? It would make me crazy

    7. A leaf is the model of the tree from which it arises, a snowflake's shape and structure are mirrored by its own construction of ever increasing patterns of its smallest connections, and the examples are endless

    8. As in a civilized country there are but few commodities of which the exchangeable value arises from labour only, rent and profit contributing largely to that of the far greater part of them, so the annual produce of its labour will always be sufficient to purchase or command a much greater quantity of labour than what was employed in raising, preparing, and bringing that produce to market

    9. But this difference arises, partly from

    10. dearness of house-rent in London arises, not only from those causes which render it dear in all

    11. of bad land in a town, than can be had for a hundred of the best in the country; but it arises in

    12. Hence arises a demand for every sort of material which human invention can employ, either usefully or ornamentally, in building, dress, equipage, or household furniture ; for the fossils and minerals contained in the bowels of the earth, the precious metals, and the precious stones

    13. The demand for those metals arises partly from their utility, and partly from their beauty

    14. Their principal merit, however, arises from their beauty, which renders them peculiarly fit for the ornaments of dress and furniture

    15. heresy arises out of our objections over tithing

    16. That that increase in the quantity of the precious metals, which arises in any country from the increase of wealth, has no tendency to diminish their value, I have endeavoured to shew already

    17. The progress is frequently so gradual, that, at near periods, the improvement is not only not sensible, but, from the declension either of certain branches of industry, or of certain districts of the country, things which sometimes happen, though the country in general is in great prosperity, there frequently arises a suspicion, that the riches and industry of the whole are decaying

    18. There arises, in consequence, a competition between different capitals, the owner of one endeavouring to get possession of that employment which is occupied by another; but, upon most occasions, he can hope to justle that other out of this employment by no other means but by dealing upon more reasonable terms

    19. Its great price generally arises from the wages of their labour, and the profits of all their immediate employers

    20. What would it have been, had the law given no direct encouragement to agriculture besides what arises indirectly from the progress of commerce, and had left the yeomanry in the same condition as in most other countries of Europe ? It is now more than two hundred years since the beginning of the reign of Elizabeth, a period as long as the course of human prosperity usually endures

    21. The ordinary revolutions of war and government easily dry up the sources of that wealth which arises from commerce only

    22. That which arises from the more solid improvements of agriculture is much more durable, and cannot be destroyed but by those more violent convulsions occasioned by the depredations of hostile and barbarous nations continued for a century or two together ; such as those that happened for some time before and after the fall of the Roman empire in the western provinces of Europe

    23. That wealth consists in money, or in gold and silver, is a popular notion which naturally arises from the double function of money, as the instrument of commerce, and as the measure of value

    24. Over and above all this, his profit arises more directly from selling than from buying; and he is, upon all these accounts, generally much more anxious to exchange his goods for money than his money for goods

    25. When those metals are sent abroad in order to purchase foreign commodities, the merchant's profit arises, not from the purchase, but from the sale of the returns

    26. All that we are arises with our thoughts; with our thoughts, we make our world

    27. The prejudices established by the commercial system have taught us to believe, that national wealth arises more immediately from exportation than from production

    28. What is within without equal and it arises from the smallest space where the vibration of the beginning and the splendor of one world grace

    29. The question then arises: Can you have a strong purpose in life and still be happy? Is there some danger that such a purpose will dominate your attention, and prevent you from being happy?

    30. In other words, the absurd arises from the clash between the human desire for meaning, reason, order, and clarity, and a world that appears to us to be unreasonable and irrational

    31. As each new moment arises, you are present in that moment

    32. It arises because you do not let your attention focus on the many unfulfilled desires that cause dissatisfaction with life

    33. The mind will find it difficult to focus on more than one sense at a time; however, if you just allow yourself to be aware of each new sense, without letting go of the other, you may find yourself expanding your mindful awareness to include each new sense as it arises

    34. [120] Desireless happiness is the happiness that arises when you reduce the hold that your desires have on you

    35. ” She adds, “Charity or compassion is no longer something we practice; it is the deepest center of our being that arises automatically, spontaneously

    36. Instead of being passive until a need arises, the person may start to explore, without consciously intending to satisfy any basic need

    37. This profit always arises from the difference between the quantity of bullion which the common currency ought to contain and that which it actually does contain

    38. ‘Ah, the stranger arises! To what do we owe this honour?’ the man exclaimed in a friendly tone

    39. creative imagination, that the physical arises from the

    40. But if this is the interest of every sovereign, it is peculiarly so of one whose revenue, like that of the sovereign of Bengal, arises chiefly from a land-rent

    41. The home consumer is obliged to pay, first the tax which is necessary for paying the bounty ; and, secondly, the still greater tax which necessarily arises from the enhancement of the price of the commodity in the home market

    42. A part, though indeed but a small part of the salary of the judges of the court of session in Scotland, arises from the interest of a sum of money

    43. In China, besides, in Indostan, and in several other governments of Asia, the revenue of the sovereign arises almost altogether from a land tax or land rent, which rises or falls with the rise and fall of the annual produce of the land

    44. It everywhere arises chiefly from some local or provincial revenue, from the rent of some landed estate, or from the interest of some sum of money, allotted and put under the management of trustees for this particular purpose, sometimes by the sovereign himself, and sometimes by some private donor

    45. In some universities, the salary makes but a part, and frequently but a small part, of the emoluments of the teacher, of which the greater part arises from the honoraries or fees of his pupils

    46. Their patrons even frequently complain of the independency of their spirit, which they are apt to construe into ingratitude for past favours, but which, at worse, perhaps, is seldom anymore than that indifference which naturally arises from the consciousness that no further favours of the kind are ever to be expected

    47. It arises principally from the milk and increase of his own herds and flocks, of which he himself superintends the management, and is the principal shepherd or herdsman of his own horde or tribe

    48. A very considerable part of the produce of this tax arises from the rent of houses and the interest of capital stock

    49. A certain proportion of the land tax is, in the same manner, assessed upon all the other cities and towns corporate in the kingdom ; and arises almost altogether, either from the rent of houses, or from what is supposed to be the interest of trading and capital stock

    50. At Basil, the principal revenue of the state arises from a small custom upon goods exported

    1. Professional services of trained counselors may also be made available free of cost to senior citizens who are in the grip of anxiety, depression, grief arising out of bereavement and conflicts due to problematic relationships with family members

    2. Now young man, 'What do ya say to that?'” And without waiting for his young friend's smile to fade from expression into words, he began the story once more from where he'd left off---but with a caveat: “I should probably explain that while Harry was still finishing his Malvern studies, a new beginning of sorts was arising amongst his family and friends

    3. arising that truly understands that they don’t live for this that truly

    4. I see a generation of prophets arising who burn with

    5. I see a generation of prophets arising who bring the fires of heaven upon the earth

    6. end of the age we will see the greatest of God’s warriors arising

    7. I see a breed of church planters arising that birth churches

    8. The army of God was arising from the wilderness of preparation

    9. I see a new breed of warrior arising in the Church

    10. Inequalities arising from the nature of the employments themselves

    11. I have seen visions of bold preachers arising on our streets,

    12. arising who have the anointing to speak with power

    13. I see a generation of leaders arising who will father the next generation and truly lift their disciples above

    14. This, however, seems to be the effect, not so much of any diminution in the value of silver in the European market, as of an increase in the demand for labour in Great Britain, arising from the great, and almost universal prosperity of the country

    15. Notwithstanding any regulation of this kind, it appeared, by the course of exchange with Great Britain, that £100 sterling was occasionally considered as equivalent, in some of the colonies, to £130, and in others to so great a sum as £1100 currency ; this difference in the value arising from the difference in the quantity of paper emitted in the different colonies, and in the distance and probability of the term of its final discharge and redemption

    16. The smoke of their torment arising "forever and ever" in

    17. But that when it imported to a greater value than it exported, a contrary balance became due to foreign nations, which was necessarily paid to them in the same manner, and thereby diminished that quantity : that in this case, to prohibit the exportation of those metals, could not prevent it, but only, by making it more dangerous, render it more expensive: that the exchange was thereby turned more against the country which owed the balance, than it otherwise might have been; the merchant who purchased a bill upon the foreign country being obliged to pay the banker who sold it, not only for the natural risk, trouble, and expense of sending the money thither, but for the extraordinary risk arising from the prohibition; but that the more the exchange was against any country, the more the balance of trade became necessarily against it; the money of that country becoming necessarily of so much less value, in comparison with that of the country to which the balance was due

    18. But though the risk arising from the prohibition might occasion some extraordinary expense to the bankers, it would not necessarily carry any more money out of the country

    19. The nation which, from the annual produce of its domestic industry, from the annual revenue arising out of its lands, and labour, and consumable stock, has wherewithal to purchase those consumable goods in distant countries, can maintain foreign wars there

    20. If he opposes them, on the contrary, and still more, if he has authority enough to be able to thwart them, neither the most acknowledged probity, nor the highest rank, nor the greatest public services, can protect him from the most infamous abuse and detraction, from personal insults, nor sometimes from real danger, arising from the insolent outrage of furious and disappointed monopolists

    21. Begin the practice of reflection in the body with the arising of inner spaciousness clearing the turmoil of cluttered thoughts of emotion

    22. The Lascorii had an advantage here, their eyes could pierce the thickest gloom---a legacy of their arising

    23. This, combined with her wayward limbs, a bearing that was naturally off-centre and a shakiness arising from an afternoon spent making an inventory of her master's liquor cabinet, gave rise to grave doubts that the plate would ever arrive at the table replete with its original contents

    24. The Elf only smiled, “The same as each and every arising and realized individual in the cosmos actually: to aid the most rapid perfecting of all beings, irrespective of their exterior coating, up to the level of the sacred Martfotai

    25. Then imagine friction arising from emotions or interpersonal conflicts that use up that energy

    26. In the real material always there is a plenty of microscopic cracks arising up on technological or operating reasons

    27. It was only by distributing among the particular members of parliament a great part either of the offices, or of the disposal of the offices arising from this civil and military establishment, that such a system of management could be established, even with regard to the parliament of England

    28. It would be absolutely impossible to distribute among all the leading members of all the colony assemblies such a share, either of the offices, or of the disposal of the offices, arising from the general government of the British empire, as to dispose them to give up their popularity at home, and to tax their constituents for the support of that general government, of which almost the whole emoluments were to be divided among people who were strangers to them

    29. Among other nations, whose vigorous government will suffer no strangers to possess any fortified place within their territory, it may be necessary to maintain some ambassador, minister, or consul, who may both decide, according to their own customs, the differences arising among his own countrymen, and, in their disputes with the natives, may by means of his public character, interfere with more authority and afford them a more powerful protection than they could expect from any private man

    30. But the directors of a regulated company, having the management of no common capital, have no other fund to employ in this way, but the casual revenue arising from the admission fines, and from the corporation duties imposed upon the trade of the company

    31. In 1733, they again petitioned the parliament, that three-fourths of their trading stock might be turned into annuity stock, and only one-fourth remain as trading stock, or exposed to the hazards arising from the bad management of their directors

    32. They remained for several years in quiet possession of this revenue; but in 1767, administration laid claim to their territorial acquisitions, and the revenue arising from them, as of right belonging to the crown ; and the company, in compensation for this claim, agreed to pay to government £400,000 a-year

    33. They were said, at the same time, to possess another revenue, arising partly from lands, but chiefly from the customs established at their different

    34. The revenues arising from both those species of rents were, the greater part of them, paid in kind, in corn, wine, cattle, poultry, etc

    35. According to the estimation, therefore, by which Great Britain is rated to the land tax, the whole mass of revenue arising from the rent of all the lands, from that of all the houses, and from the interest of all the capital stock, that part of it only excepted which is either lent to the public, or employed in the cultivation of land, does not exceed ten millions sterling a-year, the ordinary revenue which government levies upon the people, even in peaceable times

    36. The government neither gains nor loses by the additional tax, which is applied altogether to remedy the inequalities arising from the old assessment

    37. ˜ Taxes upon Profit, or upon the Revenue arising from Stock

    38. The revenue or profit arising from stock naturally divides itself into two parts; that which pays the interest, and which belongs to the owner of the stock ; and that surplus part which is over and above what is necessary for paying the interest

    39. The nations, accordingly, who have attempted to tax the revenue arising from stock, instead of any severe inquisition of this kind, have been obliged to content themselves with some very loose, and, therefore, more or less arbitrary estimation

    40. Taxes upon the revenue arising from stock in all employments, where the government attempts to levy them with any degree of exactness, will, in many cases, fall upon the interest of money

    41. The vingtieme, or twentieth penny, in France, is a tax of the same kind with what is called the land tax in England, and is assessed, in the same manner, upon the revenue arising upon land, houses, and stock

    42. While property remains in the possession of the same person, whatever permanent taxes may have been imposed upon it, they have never been intended to diminish or take away any part of its capital value, but only some part of the revenue arising from it

    43. Secondly, a great part of the revenue, arising from both the rent of land and the profits of stock, is annually distributed among the same rank, in the wages and maintenance of menial servants, and other unproductive labourers

    44. Thirdly, some part of the profits of stock belongs to the same rank, as a revenue arising from the employment of their small capitals

    45. Over and above the general restraints arising from this complicated system of revenue laws, the commerce of wine (after corn, perhaps, the most important production of France) is, in the greater part of the provinces, subject to particular restraints arising from the favour which has been shown to the vineyards of particular provinces and districts above those of others

    46. To transfer from the owners of those two great sources of revenue, land, and capital stock, from the persons immediately interested in the good condition of every particular portion of land, and in the good management of every particular portion of capital stock, to another set of persons (the creditors of the public, who have no such particular interest ), the greater part of the revenue arising from either, must, in the long-run, occasion both the neglect of land, and the waste or removal of capital stock

    47. Their consumption would increase, and, together with it, the revenue arising from all those articles of their consumption upon which the taxes might be allowed to remain

    48. The revenue arising from this system of taxation, however, might not immediately increase in proportion to the number of people who were subjected to it

    49. witness the arising image (its external movement) and its transformations (its internal

    50. Stretching out his neck he laid his head on the ground, closed his eyes and tried to empty his mind of the unpleasant thoughts that kept arising

    1. ” Sam went to shower whilst Tatania arose from the massage table with some relief, shaking her head

    2. Matt: 9:7: And he arose, and departed to his house

    3. Samuel arose and went to Eli, and said, here am I; for thou

    4. And he arose and went to Eli, and said, here am I; for thou

    5. That morning, when the light arose, God came upon Adam like a father to a crying child

    6. Weak instead of strong – When challenges to the Almighty God arose, Zedekiah

    7. Every time the need arose I concentrated on the geography of my new home for a moment or two and then struggled up onto my knees

    8. In (Acts 6) when a need arose concerning some needy widows the apostles had the

    9. But the roiling water sloshed and splashed, and more grunts and slobbers arose from it

    10. He arose, went to the window and looked out; amid the wind and the swirling snow he could just make out Rayne at the West gate

    11. Rayne arose and made her way to their bed

    12. 20And he arose, and came to his father

    13. 7Then all those virgins arose, and trimmed their lamps

    14. He stretched and arose from his slumber

    15. The next incident of note arose from so unexpected a source, it set the family on their chairs, so to speak

    16. finding out more when the opportunity arose

    17. he arose early, washed and dressed quickly, then climbed the stairs to

    18. “But I must bring it home, or my mother will die!” Li-en looked alarmed, and a flurry of whispers arose in the room

    19. day - if the opportunity ever arose - he would have his

    20. Just such an opportunity arose

    21. safely if the need arose

    22. There were signed portraits of past Presidents of the United States who had rested their weary heads in the bed he arose from

    23. Dozens of giant stone slabs arose from the ground

    24. other giants arose, but it was not for him to kill more giants

    25. The pulleys squealed, and though drenched in grease, a wisp of smoke arose as the axle and bearings ground against one another

    26. At her words, a great murmur arose through the room and all eyes seemed to fall on him

    27. How could they? Having shared her bed before, over and over again, he had grown accustomed to quenching his lust as soon as it arose

    28. "Aaaaaa," he sucked in the air as he arose, his hair and beard dripping wet, spilling water all around him

    29. Brice had seen the destruction of Lock Core first hand, watched as the darkness arose and swallowed the night

    30. She arose as soon as it was light enough to see

    31. Whatever, therefore, may have been the increase in the quantity of the precious metals, which, during the period between the middle of the fourteenth and that of the sixteenth century, arose from the increase of wealth and improvement, it could have no tendency to diminish their value, either in Great Britain, or in my other part of Europe

    32. But the darkness arose once more

    33. But some weren’t convinced, nervous murmurs arose (so too did flaming halos) as the ship decelerated and prepared to enter the shield wall

    34. A short time later he arose, completely restored

    35. Even the Brother Moons stood sentry over the Gate; first Harbos arose in the eastern sky, the massive crater on its face like a watchful eye, followed shortly by his little brother, Minos, just barely peeking over the Gorian Range to the north

    36. “We should not be held responsible for the direct communication Of the subject” Monk-Key 1 continued speaking as it gazed at The red letter picture, “such arose out of new linguistic games Which magnified consciousness beyond human comprehension—

    37. He did go for it now, getting what he wanted every present moment that the urge arose

    38. That part of the king's revenue which arose from such poll-taxes in any particular town, used commonly to be let in farm, during a term of years, for a rent certain, sometimes to the sheriff of the county, and sometimes to other persons

    39. The burghers themselves frequently got credit enough to be admitted to farm the revenues of this sort winch arose out of their own town, they becoming jointly and severally answerable for the whole rent

    40. If you except Venice, for of that city the history is somewhat different, it is the history of all the considerable Italian republics, of which so great a number arose and perished between the end of the twelfth and the beginning of the sixteenth century

    41. But though this institution necessarily tended to strengthen the authority of the king, and to weaken that of the great proprietors, it could not do either sufficiently for establishing order and good government among the inhabitants of the country; because it could not alter sufficiently that state of property and manners from which the disorders arose

    42. The crowd was silent for a while and then an audible murmuring arose

    43. A buzz of excitement arose among the onlookers who heard her words

    44. Not only no great convulsion, but no sensible disorder, arose from so great a change in the situation of more than 100,000 men, all accustomed to the use of arms, and many of them to rapine and plunder

    45. arose with a face of adherent focus

    46. After the music had finished Alistair arose and with a brief raise of his eyebrows indicated that Monty was to follow

    47. Hatred arose in him, a raw animal anger

    48. The invitation to become a permanent resident arose soon after, and that’s when I decided it was time to move on

    49. In an ancient battle, there was no noise but what arose from the human voice ; there was no smoke, there was no invisible cause of wounds or death

    50. The first English embassies to Russia arose altogether from commercial interests

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    Synonyms for "arise"

    arise get up rise turn out uprise come up go up lift move up stand up rebel rise up develop grow originate spring up bob up ascend climb stand mount wake up issue emanate begin proceed ensue occur

    "arise" definitions

    come into existence; take on form or shape

    originate or come into being

    rise to one's feet

    result or issue

    move upward

    take part in a rebellion; renounce a former allegiance

    get up and out of bed