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  1. The past is no better.
  2. To find a better way.
  3. I had better warn you.
  4. For lack of a better.
  5. It can be even better.

  6. But it will get better.
  7. It would be better to.
  8. It is better like this.
  9. It made him feel better.
  10. I know better than that.
  11. Way better than the park.
  12. That made me feel better.
  13. So we tried to do better.
  14. Better is the poor who.
  15. I think I better leave.

  16. And what better than to.
  17. It makes me feel better.
  18. Is better than the first.
  19. He had better things to.
  20. She knew better than to.
  21. The second dress is better.
  22. It was better than nothing.
  23. No, there was a better way.
  24. That is very much better.
  25. I hope this was a better.

  26. The more spread the better.
  27. That would be much better.
  28. Now it could adapt better.
  29. My life is becoming better.
  30. And you had better be good.
  31. It gets better with time.
  32. No, it was better this way.
  33. He felt not much better now.
  34. She was feeling better now.
  35. The summer is a lot better.
  36. He should have known better.
  37. What could be better? The.
  38. Itll make you feel better.
  39. You better come with us.
  40. But she was doing a better.
  41. And thought the better of it.
  42. I can do better than that.
  43. But you’d better be a.
  44. I say the hotter the better.
  45. There are better ways too.
  46. And once obtained is better.
  47. Better not to think of that.
  48. We can play all the better.
  49. You know better than that.
  50. You’d better keep it there.
  51. She should have known better.
  52. You had better be busy then.
  53. She was better than a sister.
  54. Was it better than Chan?
  55. It will be better this way.
  56. You’d better call me Billy.
  57. You better hope this works.
  58. I decided I had better leave.
  59. It will make you feel better.
  60. We'd better get out of here.
  61. It smelled even better when.
  62. Yes, I’m a little better.
  63. You deserve better than that.
  64. You need a better self image.
  65. She was getting better at it.
  66. No, better to age gracefully.
  67. Trying to be treated better.
  68. We’d better check it out.
  69. Love is the better way (1 Cor.
  70. Is this better? he asked.
  71. I’m feeling a lot better.
  73. So OK, get to know me better.
  74. But Nerissa had known better.
  75. We both know better than that.
  76. Your man is the better killer.
  77. We’d better find her fast.
  78. But drink to think the better.
  79. And not for the better either.
  80. It is better no names be used.
  81. She knew better than to dive.
  82. Yeah, I need to feel better.
  83. To him, the higher the better.
  84. She knew better than that now.
  85. You had better smile without.
  86. Might it not be better if we.
  87. Wouldn’t it be much better.
  88. The situation was better for.
  89. He was better Muslim than my.
  90. Dauntless cake is much better.
  91. But you emerged a better man.
  92. It will better match the theme.
  93. The less you know the better.
  94. This hotel should clean better.
  95. Prevention is Better than Cure.
  96. Well, better late than never.
  97. He had remembered better times.
  98. It would be better to get home.
  99. Oh that feels so much better.
  100. It would give him better cover.
  1. So you were glad that she was bettering herself?
  2. The politician was away in Mumbai where he planned to give talks on his new schemes for bettering the country.
  3. Others comfort themselves by the gradual bettering and bettering of things by themselves: the step by step people.
  4. One of Lincoln's final private statements before his murder was that he was going to work towards bettering the situation of California Indians.
  5. I’m not going to count on that, given Brother Lynkyn’s record for bettering even his own projections, but I think you’re definitely in the ballpark.
  6. A plentiful subsistence increases the bodily strength of the labourer, and the comfortable hope of bettering his condition, and of ending his days, perhaps, in ease and plenty, animates him to exert that strength to the utmost.
  7. Maybe the karma siddhanta that exemplified the Brahmanical concept of linking the fate of men to the deeds of their past births could have even encouraged the have-nots to strive for bettering their lot in the birth to follow that is through good deeds in the life on hand.
  8. Free of the scourge of war and of the burden of vast military expenditures, the citizens of the Global Council can concentrate on bettering themselves and on continuing to restore the environment of the Earth, which was devastated by a global nuclear war in the 21st century.
  9. Don’t you find the bribe money coming in handy for the average in bettering their lives and improving the education of their children? But, if India were to be a Republic of Fairness, then we may have a few accumulating wealth ‘disproportionate to the calling of luxuries’, even as the rest struggle to make both ends meet.
  10. As the Church explains it, the doctrine of Jesus offers itself to men of the world and to dwellers in monasteries, not as a rule of life for bettering one's own condition and the condition of others, but as a doctrine which teaches the man of the world how to live an evil life and at the same time gain for himself another life, and the monk how to render existence still more difficult than it naturally is.
  11. There is no Other Freedom—Recognition of Truth Gives Freedom, and Shows the Path Along which, Willingly or Unwillingly by Mankind, Man Must Advance—The Recognition of Truth and Real Freedom Enables Man to Share in the Work of God, not as the Slave, but as the Creator of Life—Men Need only Make the Effort to Renounce all Thought of Bettering the External Conditions of Life and Bend all their Efforts to Recognizing and Preaching the Truth they Know, to put an End to the Existing Miserable State of Things, and to Enter upon the Kingdom of God so far as it is yet Accessible to Man—All that is Needed is to Make an End of Lying and Hypocrisy—But then what Awaits us in the Future?—What will Happen to Humanity if Men Follow the Dictates of their Conscience, and how can Life go on with the Conditions of Civilized Life to which we are Accustomed?—All Uneasiness on these Points may be Removed by the Reflection that Nothing True and Good can be Destroyed by the Realization of Truth, but will only be Freed from the Alloy of Falsehood.
  12. Is, that we all are onward, onward, speeding slowly, surely bettering,.
  1. It's never been bettered.
  2. He saw it was no go and he bettered the rate on his own.
  3. Now you have not only bettered the world you left, but.
  4. He practiced it and soon bettered his condition quite material y.
  5. Well, then, the position of one sentenced to that cannot be bettered by marriage.
  6. For certain impressions it probably will never be bettered, but it is a very well-worn convention.
  7. The gentleman has said, that the situation of the people would not be bettered by taking away the power, if the veto were left.
  8. In spite of heavy losses, they go out day after day in a display of courage and professionalism seldom equaled, never bettered.
  9. Dark brows furrowed and he bettered his sword grip when he thought he saw shadows scurrying in one of the far corners of the room.
  10. Isodor turned his Land into a school for hunters, he bettered his father in the art of hunting and this could not make Zeus more proud.
  11. We ended up united and at peace because we improved and bettered ourselves, and not by waiting and hoping for an invisible, immaterial God who actually never manifested itself once during those millenniums, except in the imagination of his believers.
  12. If there are telephones and telescopes, poems, romances, theatres, ballets, symphonies, operas, picture-galleries, and so forth, on the other hand the life of the workingman has not been bettered by all this; for all of them, by the same unlucky chance, are inaccessible to him.
  13. So doing, he will approach his end no longer the ignoble hoarder of useless millions; poor, very poor indeed, in money, but rich, very rich, twenty times a millionaire still, in the affection, gratitude, and admiration of his fellow-men, and- sweeter far-soothed and sustained by the still, small voice within, which, whispering, tells him that, because he has lived, perhaps one small part of the great world has been bettered just a little.
  1. They've no respect for their betters.
  2. Let tinkers' brats do tinkerings; we are their betters.
  3. It was the fashion at Lowick for "the betters" to go out first.
  4. He believed in leaving such difficult subjects to be dealt with by his betters.
  5. And, again, in this case, she and the other betters were winning with her long streak.
  6. Also it was Sunday, and in spite of the example of their betters, most of them wouldn't dance that day.
  7. They bred their children to be their betters, as did their children and their children up until this very day.
  8. They would have believed anything: on one condition - namely, that they were told to believe it by their betters.
  9. When a player seemingly appears hot or on a hot streak, other betters will play the same numbers in hopes of winning as well.
  10. Casaubon, who wore the black gown and mounted to the highest box, as probably the chief of all betters, and the one most awful if offended.
  11. A man-at-arms with more presence of mind than his fellows set his horse laboring up the slope at these peasants who had the temerity to throw things at their betters.
  12. The news had spread that it was to be a "big burying;" the old gentleman had left written directions about everything and meant to have a funeral "beyond his betters.
  13. Nearly all their betters - that is, the people who do nothing - were unanimous in agreeing that he present system is a very good one and that it is impossible to alter or improve it.
  14. And like any other serf living on a manor, the member of the homeowner association is bound by a pledge of obedience to whatever rules and bylaws the peasant’s betters might decide to promulgate.
  15. I saw three thousand as clear as a penny in his hands, I saw it with my own eyes; I should think I ought to know how to reckon money, cried Trifon Borissovitch, doing his best to satisfy his betters.
  16. However, our theological betters (at least those in endowed positions that keep reminding us they are our theological betters) would tell us that the best way to tell someone about Jesus is to not tell them about Jesus at all.
  17. Their position is essentially that when we don't like something or feel a media production violates our values we are to sit there with our mouths shut in deference to our supposed creative betters in the ranks of the cultural elite.
  18. She began to wonder at the new sense of confidence in her husband, ‘Oh, what a difference a little recognition did make to his self-confidence! Why not? When a peg or more betters man in bed, won’t a step or two up at the workplace, buttress the feel good of his?’.
  19. I should like to add some instances from Shakespeare's works of serious and estimable behavior on the part of individuals representing the lower classes, or of considerate treatment of them on the part of their "betters," but I have been unable to find any, and the meager list must end here.
  20. Attendants at various PSAs and `Church Mission Halls' who went every Sunday afternoon to be lectured on their duty to their betters and to have their minds - save the mark! - addled and stultified by such persons as Rushton, Sweater, Didlum and Grinder, not to mention such mental specialists as the holy reverend Belchers and Boshers, and such persons as John Starr.
  21. Rigg's frog-face was something alien and unaccountable, but notwithstanding this shock to the order of things, there were still the Waules and the rural stock of the Powderells in their pews side by side; brother Samuel's cheek had the same purple round as ever, and the three generations of decent cottagers came as of old with a sense of duty to their betters generally—the smaller children regarding Mr.
  22. When such is the style of thought among men of education; when numbers are protected against similar views only by their incapacity to understand the atheism of their betters; it is scarcely to be wondered at that many of the working classes, always more resolute in opinion than the money-making bourgeoisie, should imitate the atheology of the scientific luminaries whom they admire without entirely comprehending.
  23. The idea that they are really human creatures, naturally absolutely the same as their socalled betters, naturally equal in every way, naturally different from them only in those ways in which their so-called superiors differ from each other, and inferior to them only because they have been deprived of education, culture and opportunity - you know as well as I do that they have all been taught to regard that idea as preposterous.
  24. However, as charities themselves degenerate into bloated bureaucracies more concerned about perpetuating themselves than about assisting the downtrodden, those administering these organizations no longer view the giving public as the real heroes behind what use to be considered grassroots eleemosynary but rather as dimwitted cogs to be lectured as to how the acts once perceived as selfless are actually reactionary gestures undermining the progressive vision of their enlightened betters.
  25. But what bowled me in the end are these from the Bhakti Yoga - Scores thought over mere rotting / Betters meditation awareness too / What helps man to find moorings / Are acts his with no axe to grind; Kind-hearted ’n considerate / Friendly natured, forgiving too / Lays no store on highs and lows / Suffers no pride ’n possessive not; Who's patient ’n cheerful / Self-willed as well persevering / Who's hearty ever at work / Makes he devout My beloved; Who’s simple, never in want / Covets he not in vantage post / Shakes him none, he keeps his nerve / It’s such who Me please the most; He’s My darling who craves not / Yet won’t shun the pleasures of life / Takes but things all as they come; Treats he equal friends ’n foes / Scorn or honour minds he not / Keeps he cool in grief and joy / Nurses for none soft centre, and above all, Pats ’n slights all in the score / Treats as equal score My man / Takes he lot of his in stride/ But won’t put the blame on Me.

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