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  1. There are continuous flaws that conduce the bankruptcy or entropy.
  2. The activities of the Project with its presuppositions conduce to the results.
  3. These resulted plus its presuppositions conduce to the objectives of the Project.
  4. May we not say that these desires spend, and that the others make money because they conduce to production?
  5. The objective of XUSING Project’s presentation is to conduce this solution to the institutional sponsors’.

  6. This again, will conduce to improved health, as much of their sickness arises from insufficient food, and that of poor quality.
  7. Napoleon neglects nothing that can conduce to success; but his means are already exhausted, and he cannot stand a two years’ war.
  8. At this very moment he is wild to see you, and occupied only in contriving the means for doing so, and for making his pleasure conduce to yours.
  9. The organizations administer and always conduce all its activities through Usuarist Projects that allocate the resources and tasks dynamicalally.
  10. But, sir, we will not here enter into a discussion, whether an accession of country would or would not conduce to the interests of the Government.
  11. These phenomena conduce for plant’s growth and fruit’s ripeness, as well as they help giving rest and recreation for man and animals, and for a lot of creation.
  12. So that what in our society is called art not only does not conduce to the progress of mankind, but, more than almost anything else, hinders the attainment of goodness in our lives.
  13. Now in the local institutions I, as a nobleman, see nothing that could conduce to my prosperity, and the roads are not better and could not be better; my horses carry me well enough over bad ones.
  14. And when we have a true interpretation of the whole, that interpretation of any part is to be rejected, which does not conduce to the consistency and force of the whole—Parables of Jesus (nevin), page 11.
  15. If he could have made any use of me, he would have taken me with him; he leaves me in Paris, as our separation will conduce to his benefit;—therefore he has gone, and I am free forever, added Madame Danglars, in the same supplicating tone.

  16. Our Freemasons knew from correspondence with those abroad that Bezúkhov had obtained the confidence of many highly placed persons, had been initiated into many mysteries, had been raised to a higher grade, and was bringing back with him much that might conduce to the advantage of the Masonic cause in Russia.
  17. If this embargo be submission, if non-intercourse be submission, if a prompt preparation for war be submission, I ask them what is it to sit still and do nothing? Do you mean to submit? Come out and tell the nation whether you will or will not resist the Orders in Council—let us know it—it is desirable that we should know it—it will conduce to the public weal.
  1. The regard of the singularity stipulates the conducing of heat in space or the release of heat to form space by means of bisecting the occupied space.
  2. It is annexed to the sovereignty, to be judge of what opinions and doctrines are averse, and what conducing to peace; and consequently, on what occasions, how far, and what.
  3. The day after this conversation Natasha put on the old dress which she knew had the peculiar property of conducing to cheerfulness in the mornings, and that day she returned to the old way of life which she had abandoned since the ball.
  4. The day after this conversation Natásha put on the old dress which she knew had the peculiar property of conducing to cheerfulness in the mornings, and that day she returned to the old way of life which she had abandoned since the ball.
  5. The focus of this evaluation is in the efficiency of as this Project is conducing its activities with productivity, that is, to do the same thing with much less, to satisfy the premises of the new organization style that it produces the operational gain and to obtain the same results with utilization of only 20% of the 100% that today are spent.
  6. He was very stupid by nature, but, besides this, he had had the misfortune of finishing school with a gold medal and of receiving a reward for his essay on Servitude when studying Roman Law at the University, and was therefore self-confident and self-satisfied in the highest degree (his success with the ladies also conducing to this) and his stupidity had become extraordinary.
  1. The nature of my relations with her, which placed me on terms of familiarity without placing me on terms of favor, conduced to my distraction.
  2. What also conduced to Bagration’s being selected as Moscow’s hero was the fact that he had no connections in the city and was a stranger there.
  3. What also conduced to Bagratión’s being selected as Moscow’s hero was the fact that he had no connections in the city and was a stranger there.
  4. If the committee had time to go into the investigation, and to present to the House the various reasons which have conduced to this opinion, it would be more than useless to divert its attention from the important concerns of the nation, at this late period of the session, to a subject which, but a few days since, was so fully and elaborately discussed.
  1. The parable conduces to the forcing of thought through the sense of hearing.
  2. Yes, I said, and now having spoken of it, I must add how charming the science is! and in how many ways it conduces to our desired end, if pursued in the spirit of a philosopher, and not of a shopkeeper!.
  3. In this view, I am willing to admit it, because it conduces to the reputation of the Government and of the Secretary of State, who in this business appears to have conducted with the frankness of a man of talents, and the manner of a practical man of sense.
  4. Besides, the current system decimates the planet, it abandons most of the people, it conduces other people to make illicit acts to survive, it generates a garbage trash and it transforms our Earth in enormous garbage can, if we don’t stop with the consumerism, we will pollute until the sidereal space.
  5. All that I mean is, that the one sort of expense, as it always occasions some accumulation of valuable commodities, as it is more favourable to private frugality, and, consequently, to the increase of the public capital, and as it maintains productive rather than unproductive hands, conduces more than the other to the growth of public opulence.

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