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  1. I tried to ascertain him.
  2. But we need to ascertain that.
  3. That's what I want to ascertain.
  4. Venables to ascertain what I was about.
  5. Within it all, he could ascertain that.

  6. Brooke of Tipton to ascertain whether Mr.
  7. Now I was curious to ascertain whether F.
  8. First we need to negotiate to ascertain the.
  9. She felt a morbid desire to ascertain the point.
  10. What way can be devised to ascertain what it is?
  11. As a matter of fact you needn’t bother to ascertain.
  12. He fingered it in the darkness as to ascertain what it was.
  13. We are endeavouring to ascertain how they met their deaths.
  14. The doctor was called to ascertain what was certain anyway.
  15. Ascertain and wait till frosts are finished before planting.

  16. However, I have only been able to ascertain the author’s.
  17. What I’ve been trying to ascertain is whether you are, too.
  18. Joseph looked out at the lake, trying to ascertain where he was.
  19. Search for the debt schedule and ascertain when the dates are due.
  20. She glanced about quickly to ascertain if an adult were with him.
  21. In less than one week from this time I will ascertain who this M.
  22. After a few enquiries were made, Jack was able to ascertain that.
  23. While you wait, start a visual search to ascertain what is missing.
  24. Daily meetings were conducted to ascertain current issues and problems.
  25. Their movement would help me ascertain that time was continuing to flow.

  26. You should also ascertain that you and the given person you help profess.
  27. He knew what to look for, and he knew what they were trying to ascertain.
  28. Nobody had ever managed to ascertain how exactly he did it, but when his.
  29. Dantes wished to ascertain whether his neighbor had really ceased to work.
  30. There were few he could ascertain as having some remote bearing or reason.
  31. Universe as a whole to ascertain the relationships between energy and mass.
  32. Daring to peek with one eye she attempted to ascertain if she was correct.
  33. Monte Cristo was eager to ascertain the strength and number of his enemies.
  34. Washburn, were you able to ascertain the cause of Sara Cabot’s death?
  35. He also ascertain perfection the ego while his world is limited to a subhuman.
  36. Later on, Roger could ascertain that it is in fact a night bird from the woods.
  37. So I e-mailed some of my friends to ascertain the reality of what was happening.
  38. Knowing the objective, ascertain the resistances which, at present, are standing.
  39. Danglars looked at him askance, as though to ascertain whether he spoke seriously.
  40. A number of studies have been done in order to ascertain the benefits of green tea.
  41. It only took me one week to ascertain that the missing funds were, in fact, stolen.
  42. He used his anger to ascertain that at least things were seen in right perspective.
  43. From what I could ascertain, Nigel lived beyond his means for the past five years.
  44. Sometimes it takes added investigation to ascertain the real assets and liabilities.
  45. It only took a few seconds to ascertain what had happened and call in a major alert.
  46. However, there are usually clues that we can use to ascertain conservative estimates.
  47. It might, and it frequently was proposed, that he should regulate and ascertain them.
  48. A speaker should ascertain that there is no cognitive dissonance amongst the audience.
  49. Kyle jerked suddenly, aware of what he was doing, and then proceeded to ascertain if.
  50. Of course we had little privacy of our own and no self-respect that I could ascertain.
  51. He’d decided to ascertain if I was opposing his will and still going out with Ernest.
  52. Tests were needed in the postmortem to ascertain the exact truth for Jimmy’s condition.
  53. Earnshaw; and I shook the handle of his den that I might ascertain if he were yet living.
  54. Valuev was confidentially telling that Uvarov had been sent from Petersburg to ascertain.
  55. I have endeavored to ascertain the present population of the Orleans Territory, so called.
  56. This was all the visitor wished to ascertain, or, rather, all the Englishman appeared to know.
  57. There are now, so far as I can ascertain, forty-one societies engaged in missionary work there.
  58. The editors were unable to ascertain the author of the history of music which Tolstoi was reading.
  59. In his extremity he goes to Roebuck, to ascertain, if he can, if he too is in the plot to ruin him.
  60. Wilson, I am trying to ascertain the habits of Jimmy Henderson, not the problems of Mr McCusker.
  61. What is it? I asked, even as I connected with the ship to ascertain what had Ellanara worried.
  62. Magua, like the father of the sick woman, eyed it keenly for a moment, as if to ascertain its character.
  63. None the less, we need to ascertain whether or not my suspicions are accurate and address the situation.
  64. Then he skipped again to anticipate the predictions and ascertain the date and circumstances of his death.
  65. Berthier approached and suggested that they should ride along the line to ascertain the position of affairs.
  66. You’re beautiful and have a superb figure and, once we ascertain your correct size, you’ll look stunning.
  67. One need only reflect on the justification of our time in order to ascertain that there is nothing new in it.
  68. The analysis of forms is utilized to ascertain an historical series, to discover schools, to establish dates.
  69. In what proportion this final payment would be divided between them, it is not, perhaps, very easy to ascertain.
  70. On her part, Miri eyed carefully the expressions of the children, trying to ascertain how traumatized they were.
  71. That was sufficient to enable me to ascertain that she is in a position--preternatural, if one may so express it.
  72. He placed his hand on her shoulder to comfort her while attempting to ascertain the exact nature of her outburst.
  73. Brocklehurst, or some of the committee, and ascertain whether they would permit me to mention them as references.
  74. That was sufficient to enable me to ascertain that she is in a position—preternatural, if one may so express it.
  75. I may add that his whole debts at the present moment, as far as we have been able to ascertain, amount to £88 10s.
  76. Before doing any more killing, though, she had to ascertain for sure if Anderson Cooper was in this compound or not.
  77. I rose, and went into the garden, as soon as I could see, to ascertain if there were any footmarks under his window.
  78. Further examination will be made to ascertain whether additional work is required for the protection of this temple.
  79. He was to ascertain whether or not Linda did suffer from sleepwalking, and to subject her to psychiatric assessments.
  80. Is there no way to reconsider the permission you have given? Is it not possible to ascertain Rebecca’s wishes?
  81. Hence it becomes necessary to ascertain what changes in the scale above referred to, this different frequency requires.
  82. In a gruff voice he said, ‘If we increase in units of fifty in ten second intervals we can better ascertain a response.
  83. As far as I could ascertain, the African Coast was full of great Rivers from the Gambia to the Callebar and e’en beyond.
  84. The House resumed the consideration of the bill providing the means to ascertain the title to the batture near New Orleans.
  85. Incidentally, 35 years later I called Tom to ascertain some of the facts involved here and I found him on the beach again.
  86. But if she DID, the letter was written and sent away with a privacy which eluded all her watchfulness to ascertain the fact.
  87. But if she did, the letter was written and sent away with a privacy which eluded all her watchfulness to ascertain the fact.
  88. It always depends on the situation, but a good rule of thumb is to ascertain the size of the position you want to accumulate.
  89. The best way to ascertain whether you are the ideal candidate for UV or infrared light treatment is to consult with a doctor.
  90. Moments later I was being whisked into the emergency room while a horde of doctors tried to ascertain what was wrong with me.
  91. Here are some areas an investor should focused on to ascertain whether a manager is focus on the long-term of the business:.
  92. I counsel that only our shuttle shows up at first, time to secure the airlock and ascertain if there are any Terrans around.
  93. Then I repaired to the library to ascertain whether the fire was lit, for, though summer, I knew on such a gloomy evening Mr.
  94. Probably used one of the pillows right there on the bed, but of course I’ll need to take those with me to ascertain that.
  95. Sheffey said that before passing this resolution, gentlemen ought to ascertain what the Attorney-General could do in this case.
  96. In order to ascertain how many hearths were in the house, it was necessary that the tax-gatherer should enter every room in it.
  97. Elder Connacher, Sir, we heard you had an yfed gwaed in custody and were ordered by the Prefect to ascertain if this was true.
  98. If you deeply speculate and think, you will ascertain that the resurrection is true and will see it easy and simple for Al’lah.
  99. David was looking over the tapes of the previous day’s interviews trying to ascertain if Jack had mentioned where he was going.
  100. Carlos came over and picked up the phone, attempting to ascertain the situation while their father tried to comfort their mother.
  1. Tobias's way of ascertaining her whereabouts.
  2. On ascertaining that his daughter had disappeared, Mr.
  3. She then patiently set about ascertaining all of his log-in codes.
  4. That killed any possibilities of ascertaining from them where the.
  5. I was ascertaining whether the cellar stretched out in front or behind.
  6. It is, however, not the most favourable season for ascertaining this fact.
  7. Pay me sixty, the prospect quoted after ascertaining the nature of the chores.
  8. This analysis helps greatly in ascertaining the business’s current financial position.
  9. Focus immediately shifted to ascertaining whether the tumor was cancerous, which it was.
  10. My companion followed me quickly, and cautiously drew the door to, after carefully ascertaining.
  11. Using a range of values will help you in ascertaining a conservative and appropriate margin of safety.
  12. Our reason is given to us for the purpose of ascertaining the law by which these results are accomplished.
  13. It seemed that Aaron was quite as adept at ascertaining the depth and character of others as Harry was himself.
  14. However, the necessity of ascertaining what the Chinese presence was on the Senkaku Islands could not be denied.
  15. Going beyond GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles) in ascertaining the real value of the business.
  16. Valuing assets and ascertaining recurring earnings in banks and insurance companies is an exercise fraught with peril.
  17. Looking at him carefully and ascertaining that he was not asleep, she set the candle on the table and began 216 of 967.
  18. To supply my deficiency, I cut a long vine, which was preserved until I had an opportunity of ascertaining its exact length.
  19. So now we must set ourselves very seriously to finding this gentleman and ascertaining what part he has played in this little mystery.
  20. When ascertaining whether a business is likely to continue on its growth trajectory, it is incredibly important to never overlook management's role in the growth.
  21. There were, besides, other particulars he was desirous of ascertaining, and those were of a nature he alone could investigate in a manner satisfactory to himself.
  22. It was no angrier than any other Klingon face Undine had ever seen, and since it was necessary to try and gauge the level of intended aggression by ascertaining how.
  23. He sent a rapid glance through the half-open door of the chamber, and ascertaining that what I stated was apparently true, delivered the house of his luckless presence.
  24. He sent a rapid glance through the half-open door of the chamber, and, ascertaining that what I stated was apparently true, delivered the house of his luckless presence.
  25. Looking at him carefully and ascertaining that he was not asleep, she set the candle on the table and began to lay out what she had brought--bread, salt, a plate, a spoon.
  26. The pupils then entered among themselves upon a competitive examination on the subject of Boots, with the view of ascertaining who could tread the hardest upon whose toes.
  27. Looking at him carefully and ascertaining that he was not asleep, she set the candle on the table and began to lay out what she had brought—bread, salt, a plate, a spoon.
  28. The exact amount of interest payable on the public debt during this year not being known, there was a difficulty in ascertaining the exact amount of principal reimbursable.
  29. For the purpose of ascertaining the necessity of the alternation and proximity of the copper and zinc plates, it has been mentioned that distinct square sheets were employed.
  30. He was very careful about discussing the matter over the phone, but told her, after ascertaining her address, that he would call on her that same evening about nine o’clock.
  31. The rent of houses might easily be ascertained with sufficient accuracy, by a policy of the same kind with that which would be necesary for ascertaining the ordinary rent of land.
  32. Investors have a greater probability of ascertaining that moment of difference between perception and reality, because they are aware of the underlying fundamentals of the business.
  33. Burley on every murder case that he investigated, Feltus had come to know and like the coroner both for his practicality and his diligence in ascertaining the exact cause of death.
  34. The act of 1807 contains two clauses having a bearing on the subject; the first ascertaining the character of the persons to be ousted, and the second providing the means of ousting them.
  35. He had scarcely arrived at the top when he heard a heavy splash in the water—it was the general's body, which the witnesses had just thrown into the river after ascertaining that he was dead.
  36. But if all endeavours to discover a passage to the Pacific by either route should prove unavailing, it will still be satisfactory to have removed every doubt on this subject by ascertaining the fact.
  37. After furtively ascertaining that no one, besides the man standing guard beside the French doors leading into the living room was around, Cyrus crept out of his hiding place, when the guard’s back was to him.
  38. The anti-Chinese mania seems to neutralize, even in otherwise honorable men, all scruple about ascertaining the truth of statements before they make them, or even about repeating statements proven to be false.
  39. There is much difficulty in ascertaining how largely our domestic productions have been modified; but we may safely infer that the amount has been large, and that modifications can be inherited for long periods.
  40. Owing to the rapidity of the French flight and the Russian pursuit and the consequent exhaustion of the horses, the chief means of approximately ascertaining the enemy’s position- by cavalry scouting- was not available.
  41. Owing to the rapidity of the French flight and the Russian pursuit and the consequent exhaustion of the horses, the chief means of approximately ascertaining the enemy’s position—by cavalry scouting—was not available.
  42. First making the circuit of the hut, and ascertaining that it stood quite alone, and that the character of its inmate was likely to protect it from visitors, he ventured through its low door, into the very presence of Gamut.
  43. The only hindrance would be the inclement weather that would make the journey of over two hundred feet all the more treacherous and make the physical capabilities all the more important in ascertaining the appropriate suspect.
  44. In ascertaining whether a business is conservative or aggressive in its accounting of earnings, we must first understand whether GAAP (generally accepted accounting principles) are representative of the true earnings of the business.
  45. The contrivers of the several taxes which in England have, at different times, been imposed upon houses, seem to have imagined that there was some great difficulty in ascertaining, with tolerable exactness, what was the real rent of every house.
  46. The day following that on which the conversation we have related took place, the Count of Monte Cristo set out for Auteuil, accompanied by Ali and several attendants, and also taking with him some horses whose qualities he was desirous of ascertaining.
  47. The expectation of reasonable readers must be restricted to ascertaining the general sense of the books of Scripture, taken as a whole,—and that general sense lies doubtless on the surface, in words taken in their obvious signification by honest readers.
  48. Wollaston, it is true, decomposed water by means of it; but the experiment was performed of necessity on a scale too minute to permit of his ascertaining, whether there were any divellent polar attractions exercised towards the atoms, as in the case of the pile.
  49. Chairman, I have examined the list from April, 1809, to April, 1810, with great attention, for the purpose of ascertaining the number of impressments which took place in that year, and I will now make to you one or two statements, which may cast some light on the subject of the British practice.
  50. Sensing that this would be the most convenient time to catch them off guard, Feltus carefully arose with the intention of speaking to the Ashburns and Preacher Cooper concerning their actions of the previous night in hopes of ascertaining alibis for the time frame in which Terence had been murdered.
  51. That which proceeds up Davis's Straits, will have an opportunity of adjusting the geography of the northeast coast of America, and the west coast of Greenland; and of ascertaining whether the latter be not an island or an archipelago of islands; and much curious information may be expected from both.
  52. With egalitarian access to public and for purchase information via internet connection, we confuse the ability to gather data with the right to know personal, criminal and financial history, or any other secrets that the civic-minded inquisitor deems pertinent to ascertaining your true persona and intentions.
  53. Ascertaining that no one was around this part of the grounds, Cyrus opened the trap door a little wider, and aimed his gun towards Kathy’s family room window - the same one he’d already fired at - and was about to fire a second round into her house, when he noticed that Kathy’s house wasn’t as heavily guarded as it had been.
  54. On all those subjects, our Minister Plenipotentiary, lately sent to Paris, has carried with him the necessary instructions; the result of which will be communicated to you, and by ascertaining the ulterior policy of the French Government towards the United States, will enable you to adapt to it that of the United States towards France.
  55. A statesman will look at the terms contained in that letter in a different aspect, not for the purpose of ascertaining how much a court of law might be able to make of them, as to discern in what position of language the writer intended to intrench himself, and to penetrate his real policy, notwithstanding the veil in which he chose to envelope it.
  56. On approaching this point, from which the northern coasts of Europe, Asia, and America, and every part of them, will bear south of him, nothing can possibly assist him in determining his course, and keeping on the right meridian of his destined place, but a correct knowledge of the time: and yet no means of ascertaining that time will be afforded him.
  57. The others, ascertaining, on a closer view, that their expected income of fifty thousand dollars a year is farther off than they anticipated, and that fifty thousand cents is about as much as they can expect for a good many years to come, drift away into other employments, and some of them, no doubt, will be much astonished to learn from the newspaper reporters what they have missed.
  58. They even endeavoured to hinder, as much as possible, any middle man of any kind from coming in between the grower and the consumer; and this was the meaning of the many restraints which they imposed upon the trade of those whom they called kidders, or carriers of corn ; a trade which nobody was allowed to exercise without a licence, ascertaining his qualifications as a man of probity and fair dealing.
  59. Indeed, in order to be certain of a correct result, it may be proper that more than one of the various methods of ascertaining longitude should be used; that calculations should be made from observations of the eclipses of Jupiter's satellites, of solar eclipses, of the angular distances between the sun and moon, or the moon and a fixed star, or other methods, as well as from observations on occultations of fixed stars.
  60. The issue in this place must be restricted to the inquiry, what is taught by the apostles of Christ as the original Christian doctrine of future punishment? The vastness of the subject, the intense emotion excited in honest minds, as one interpretation or another is favored or threatened, must alike be excluded from view, during the critical process of ascertaining what the New Testament writers meant by their words on the punishment of Destruction.
  61. The officer had been wounded on the 10th of May, by a splinter, in the head, on which he still wore a bandage, and, having now felt perfectly well for the last week, he had come out of the Simferopol Hospital, to rejoin his regiment, which was stationed somewhere in the direction from which shots could be heard; but whether that was in Sevastopol itself, on the northern defences, or at Inkermann, he had not so far succeeded in ascertaining with much accuracy from any one.
  62. But Edmund, delighted with her having such an happiness offered, and ascertaining with half a look, and half a sentence, that she had no objection but on her aunt's account, could not imagine that his mother would make any difficulty of sparing her, and therefore gave his decided open advice that the invitation should be accepted; and though Fanny would not venture, even on his encouragement, to such a flight of audacious independence, it was soon settled, that if nothing were heard to the contrary, Mrs.
  63. But Edmund, delighted with her having such an happiness offered, and ascertaining with half a look, and half a sentence, that she had no objection but on her aunt’s account, could not imagine that his mother would make any difficulty of sparing her, and therefore gave his decided open advice that the invitation should be accepted; and though Fanny would not venture, even on his encouragement, to such a flight of audacious independence, it was soon settled, that if nothing were heard to the contrary, Mrs.
  64. From the great difficulty of ascertaining the infertility of varieties in a state of nature, for a supposed variety, if proved to be infertile in any degree, would almost universally be ranked as a species; from man attending only to external characters in his domestic varieties, and from such varieties not having been exposed for very long periods to uniform conditions of life; from these several considerations we may conclude that fertility does not constitute a fundamental distinction between varieties and species when crossed.
  65. And assuredly no one will argue that there is any other method of comprehending by any regular process all true existence or of ascertaining what each thing is in its own nature; for the arts in general are concerned with the desires or opinions of men, or are cultivated with a view to production and construction, or for the preservation of such productions and constructions; and as to the mathematical sciences which, as we were saying, have some apprehension of true being--geometry and the like--they only dream about being, but never can they behold the waking reality so long as they leave the hypotheses which they use unexamined, and are unable to give an account of them.
  66. Resolved, That the Committee on the Public Lands be instructed to inquire into the expediency of authorizing the Recorder of Land Titles for the Territory of Missouri to receive testimony in all the claims to land in which none has been adduced, and which are rejected in the report made by the late board of Commissioners for ascertaining and adjusting the titles and claims to land in the then district of Louisiana, now Territory of Missouri; and, afterwards, to arrange into classes, according to their respective merits, as well the claims embraced by this resolution, as the other rejected claims mentioned in said report, and made abstracts containing the substance of the evidence in support of such claims, and such other information and remarks as may be necessary to a proper decision thereon, and report on said claims to the General Commissioner of the Land Office; and that said committee have leave to report by bill, or otherwise.
  67. Resolved, That the Committee on the Public Lands be instructed to inquire into the expediency of authorizing, in favor of the claimants, the re-examination of the grants of land made by the board of Commissioners for ascertaining and adjusting the titles and claims to land in the district of Louisiana, under the second section of the act, entitled "An act for ascertaining and adjusting the titles and claims to land within the Territory of Orleans and the district of Louisiana," passed the 2d of March, 1805; and also the grants made by the Recorder of Land Titles for the Territory of Missouri, under that part of the third section of the act, entitled "An act further providing for settling the claims to land in the Territory of Missouri," passed the 13th of June, 1812, which provides for settlement of donation rights in all cases where the quantity of land granted is less than six hundred and forty acres; and that said committee have leave to report by bill, or otherwise.
  68. The prosecutor could only draw one conclusion: that the man had jumped back at such a moment and in such excitement simply with the object of ascertaining whether the only witness of his crime were dead; that he must therefore have been a man of great strength, coolness, decision and foresight even at such a moment,.
  1. She quickly ascertained the situation.
  2. We had ascertained, that the communications.
  3. It's not a logically ascertained premise that we are.
  4. In retrospect, I ascertained that failure in one area.
  5. July this organisation has ascertained that there is a.
  6. Hudson has ascertained, complete a nest for themselves.
  7. Indeed, I should say it was ascertained beyond a doubt.
  8. Upon further analysis of the gallows, I ascertained the.
  9. She never really ascertained a career thief’s detachment.
  10. After having ascertained that the passenger this time around.
  11. When we had ascertained there was gold in the stream, we moved on.
  12. Through a complicated procedure of detection he ascertained that Odin.
  13. The manner in which the velocity of light was ascertained is interesting.
  14. Once she ascertained that he was on his own, she smiled, looking relieved.
  15. He had now recovered enough that he had ascertained his situation and was.
  16. He studied his instruments very carefully and ascertained that his proposed.
  17. While it is yet to be ascertained on the motive of the attack, the assailant.
  18. Randy felt that it read enough like a suicide note to be ascertained as such.
  19. The match-making aunt had ascertained and communicated their mutual impression.
  20. What happened? he whispered as he ascertained the extent of Kyle's injuries.
  21. It was then that we ascertained that Lord Saltire had not been alone in his flight.
  22. Approaching cautiously Rory ascertained that the other speedboat had indeed stopped.
  23. At this time, Cosmo-Art is a myth to be created, and is not an ascertained scientific.
  24. While it remained in the coffers of the bank, its superiority was known and ascertained.
  25. It was ascertained that the reference was to Mr Cornelius Kelleher, manager of Messrs H.
  26. The applicability of this procedure to other option strategies should also be ascertained.
  27. In reply to an intimation that it was not even ascertained that they were American citizens, Mr.
  28. The fineness of gold, it has been said, is more difficult to be ascertained than that of silver.
  29. It is firmly fixed in the ground, and penetrates it obliquely; how far has not yet been ascertained.
  30. In all our recon, we had ascertained that there were only about fifty armed jihadis’ in the entire.
  31. It was unimportant, as respected the ratio, that the bill should be delayed till that was ascertained.
  32. Is that something you have gleaned from my thoughts, or something you ascertained for yourself?
  33. Their own inclinations ascertained, there were no difficulties behind, no drawback of poverty or parent.
  34. I shall then make known to you something of the history of this man, which has been ascertained for me.
  35. No harm has come to us such as I feared might be and yet we have ascertained how many boxes are missing.
  36. Kitam had turned out to be quite the chatterbox, once she had ascertained that he wasn’t a Kierdan spy.
  37. We had ascertained from the lady that she went down upon the Monday by the train which leaves Waterloo at 9.
  38. The size of a stick might probably be ascertained with almost as much precision, as by actual admeasurement.
  39. When private individuals ascertained the facts, complaint was made and an order was issued for their removal.
  40. We have ascertained that that vessel and its wing ship are the latest to join this little federation of pirates.
  41. I state merely what I am informed of by those who have ascertained these facts by actual observation and survey.
  42. And the fourth thing is, that I have ascertained the source of the river Guadiana, heretofore unknown to mankind.
  43. I ascertained the truth of his story on the spot, where I learned some new particulars, which I shall relate too.
  44. Meantime, the steamer had kept on her way towards Sulaco, where only the truth of that matter could be ascertained.
  45. Astrophysicists have now ascertained, by calculating the velocity of radio waves and colour of the light spectrum i.
  46. The size of that move is easily ascertained by measuring the remaining distance to the bottom of the 3PDh formation.
  47. Quincy said he understood the object of the resolution to be to settle a principle before the facts were ascertained.
  48. With the majority of your sensory receptors not functioning the dimensionality of this universe cannot be ascertained.
  49. A gift to his guest of one of the four lady's handkerchiefs, if and when ascertained to be in a presentable condition.
  50. The depth of these strata differed so much in different pits, that their individual thickness could not be ascertained.
  51. Each was intended to coerce Great Britain to yield to us points which it had been ascertained she would not yield voluntarily.
  52. Whether this was the transitory effect of capricious despotism, or the first act of predetermined hostility, is not ascertained.
  53. Just when the Doctrine of Indulgences was first promulgated I have not ascertained beyond an entry cited as Code of Canon Law, Can.
  54. Glancing back, I ascertained that the host at my back hadn’t obtained that status yet, but there were several hundred riders now.
  55. With a revenue of twelve millions of dollars for this year, it is ascertained that a loan of at least sixteen millions is necessary.
  56. The evidence is more complete than could well have been expected in a matter which is naturally so very difficult to be ascertained.
  57. Those presents, it seems to have been supposed, could more easily be abolished altogether, than effectually regulated and ascertained.
  58. I spent three days in wiring to Dundee, and at the end of that time I had ascertained the names of the crew of the SEA UNICORN in 1883.
  59. The Sesavah, recovering, reared up enraged, then ascertained exactly what My captors had and roared, It’s mine! Tell me Its worth.
  60. In 1968 it was ascertained that the Stern foundation was promoting dissatisfaction among migrant workers in the King Ranch area of Texas.
  61. I have ascertained that an iron heated to combustion, by a blacksmith's forge fire, will cause the decomposition of the hydrate of potash.
  62. First, the quantity and value of the land which any man possesses, can never be a secret, and can always be ascertained with great exactness.
  63. The Prime Minister spoke to Seamus first and ascertained that Bridget was a newly elected member to the fold, successful on her first campaign.
  64. Surrendering, I ascertained by all Our clothing, when We were: still homeward bound…but time had lapsed, and I was still outside Myself.
  65. She quickly ascertained that Glenelle was on this side also, there would be someone young enough to converse with if she ever dared reveal herself.
  66. It is in the very teeth of Magna Charta, which says that a freeman shall not be dispossessed of his freehold without a better right is ascertained.
  67. But the whole amount of the capital stock which he possesses is almost always a secret, and can scarce ever be ascertained with tolerable exactness.
  68. The Test reveals things about a species that cannot be ascertained any other way—what your Earth scientists refer to as an ‘emergent property.
  69. We had ascertained from the lady that she went down upon the Monday by the train which leaves Waterloo at 9:50, so I started early and caught the 9:13.
  70. Since I had ascertained that Rosamond really preferred him, and that her father was not likely to oppose the match, I—less exalted in my views than St.
  71. Having ascertained its situation, Carton came out of those closer streets again, and dined at a place of refreshment and fell sound asleep after dinner.
  72. One of the great objects to be ascertained was, whether this disagreeable smell and taste was peculiar to seawater or arose from the act of distillation.
  73. When it had come into those of a private person, its superiority could not well be ascertained without more trouble than perhaps the difference was worth.
  74. After calming her down, the security guards, ascertained all the facts, and satisfied she was no threat, allowed her to leave with the Air France employee.
  75. I ascertained that the eastern extreme of the Re Che lands were only sparingly patrolled, because it was not thought that we could get through the mountains.
  76. The Senators and Representatives shall receive a Compensation for their Services, to be ascertained by Law, and paid out of the Treasury of the United States.
  77. It is of a nature so sacredly inviolable that, when clearly ascertained, I would never encroach upon it by any means but through the regular constituted authority.
  78. And to do so he must know what he was aiming at; he must know for certain what was best for each, and having ascertained this it was natural for him to help them both.
  79. To be struggling towards a higher but unattainable conception is a more favourable intellectual condition than to rest satisfied in a narrow portion of ascertained fact.
  80. After the census shall be taken, the amount in each State ascertained, and the fractional numbers known, it will be much more difficult to fix the ratio than at this time.
  81. Her orders were to avoid official contact with the planet until she had ascertained the status of what had happened to Minnesota and determined that the Iotians were not.
  82. She ascertained that there were two noontime step meetings at Faith Lutheran (known to AA’s as Trails Corner) on Tuesday and Friday that I would undoubtedly attend.
  83. Charlotte, he explained, had left Sassnitz by the Berlin train, and had taken a ticket for Berlin, as he ascertained at the booking-office, a few minutes before he took his.
  84. The scout having ascertained that the Mohicans were sufficient of themselves to maintain the requisite distance, deliberately laid aside his paddle, and raised the fatal rifle.
  85. We bought over several officials, amongst whom the most important was James McPherson, whom we had ascertained to be the guard most likely to be employed upon a special train.
  86. It has, also recently been ascertained on sufficient evidence, by Adolf Muller, that the cuckoo occasionally lays her eggs on the bare ground, sits on them and feeds her young.
  87. The rent of houses might easily be ascertained with sufficient accuracy, by a policy of the same kind with that which would be necesary for ascertaining the ordinary rent of land.
  88. I had intended to have ascertained at the Department of State the ground of objection with Spain to the surrender of that country to the United States, but have not made the inquiry.
  89. His brother, who usually works with him, has not appeared in this job as far as can at present be ascertained, although the police are making energetic inquiries as to his whereabouts.
  90. This is where the novelty lies, in him inviting thinkers to realize that neither the truth that has been found nor an ascertained demonstration of falsity should be rendered absolutes.
  91. All affected parties must be included in the court case and their claims dealt with before it can be ascertained that the purchaser can buy the title without any other claims made upon it.
  92. The hurdles, as he ascertained, being not wanted in winter, had been carried to the cart-horses' stable; and there broken, as they were of light construction, only meant for folding calves.
  93. Price’s; and two days afterwards, it was a fact ascertained to Fanny by the following letter from his sister, opened and read by her, on another account, with the most anxious curiosity:.
  94. Price's; and two days afterwards, it was a fact ascertained to Fanny by the following letter from his sister, opened and read by her, on another account, with the most anxious curiosity:—.
  95. The hurdles, as he ascertained, being not wanted in winter, had been carried to the cart-horses’ stable; and there broken, as they were of light construction, only meant for folding calves.
  96. But after they had been so regulated and ascertained, how to hinder a person who was all-powerful from extending them beyond those regulations, was still very difficult, not to say impossible.
  97. The learned Professor supposed, that the venom of the poisonous reptilia may, in like manner, be an acid secretion, and recommends this to be ascertained by experiments upon the liquid itself.
  98. In general, however, something more is given upon coin of a known fineness, than upon gold and silver bars, of which the fineness cannot be ascertained but by a process of melting and assaying.
  99. I shall, therefore, without further comment, offer you the following resolution, observing that the facts stated have been ascertained at the proper department, and the proofs are on my table:.
  100. And if, in every separate territory, hardly any idea can be formed of the length of time which has elapsed between the consecutive formations, we may infer that this could nowhere be ascertained.
  1. The proposition of the supernatural power is described in the act of nature and also ascertains that God is alive.
  2. Wool was commonly paid as a subsidy to the king, and its valuation in that subsidy ascertains, at least in some degree, what was its ordinary price.
  3. It didn’t matter that many of his ascertains were incorrect, Aristotle’s reputation overshadowed the shortcomings of his specific contributions.
  4. One of the spirit’s rules and laws is that it does not care about the exhortation or desist from its error unless it ascertains the might of that who exhorts it and his power to overcome it.
  5. But the great instrument which ascertains, beyond all doubt, that the country in question is comprehended within the limits of Louisiana, is one of the most authentic and solemn character which the archives of the nation can furnish.

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