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  1. Most men have this stupid habit of deriving.
  2. Yet, I had enjoyed them all, deriving thrill out of the.
  3. This is possible by deriving a new class from the existing one.
  4. Chuck looked over my shoulder and saw the portal where the humming sound was deriving from.
  5. States, deriving large revenues from commerce, chose to retain them for their own treasuries.

  6. I can have no hopes of deriving any thing further than experience from the past Administrations.
  7. There is additional validation for deriving these dates by counting back 1440 years from 5760 (2000.
  8. Father and son in an embrace, deriving what comfort they could from each another, psychic and physical.
  9. However, in reality, they are mainly interested in deriving economic benefits by claiming to be the right wing.
  10. He inhales it and keeps deriving benefit out of it while you see him distracted and absorbed in life’s affairs.
  11. Fanny's spirits lived on it half the morning, deriving some accession of pleasure from its writer being himself to go away.
  12. Fanny’s spirits lived on it half the morning, deriving some accession of pleasure from its writer being himself to go away.
  13. As the futures move downward in price, the futures equivalents decrease, thereby deriving less benefit from the price movement.
  14. So, all what in the universe prostrate themselves to God and keep deriving provision from Him and directing themselves toward Him.
  15. This is as a result of over concentrating on one or few areas and not deriving the satisfaction that comes from other areas of life.

  16. The woman who could speak of him, and speak only of his appearance! What an unworthy attachment! To be deriving support from the commendations of Mrs.
  17. We are cheered when we observe the vulture feeding on the carrion which disgusts and disheartens us, and deriving health and strength from the repast.
  18. Thus deriving the term Vam Pŷr, which means Slave to the People of the East, and forming a logical history to the creation of the German word, Vampyre.
  19. Standard deviation is calculated as an intermediate step to deriving the p value, which is a significance test (one-tailed t-test) for the mean P&L being >0.
  20. When the stock which a man possesses is no more than sufficient to maintain him for a few days or a few weeks, he seldom thinks of deriving any revenue from it.
  21. The possibility of deriving profit from time decay depends, among other things, on the expensiveness of options that may be expressed through the implied volatility (IV).
  22. Clearly deriving its inspiration and character from the Princess Maria Ivanovna, it was a circle which, for me, had a wholly novel and attractive character of logicalness mingled with simplicity and refinement.
  23. He also revealed the laws of divorce deriving them form the Holy Qur'an, and the way of fulfilling these stipulations and rules in case of recalcitrance (on the part of the wife) and rising of discord between the two mates.
  24. He also revealed the laws of divorce deriving them form the Holy Qur’an, and the way of fulfilling these stipulations and rules in case of recalcitrance (on the part of the wife) and rising of discord between the two mates.
  25. Their weapon of choice is the stock market: where they systematically blow up into bubbles and then collapse them: deriving trillions in profit from both sides of the orchestrated boom & bust cycles which they manipulate at their whim.

  26. He also revealed the laws of divorce, deriving them from the Holy Qur’an, and revealed the way to fulfill these stipulations and rules in case of recalcitrance (on the part of the wife) and the rising of discord between the two mates.
  27. Thus it happens that the Impressionist movement has produced chiefly pictures inspired by the actual world of visual phenomena around us, the older point of view producing most of the pictures deriving their inspiration from the glories of the imagination, the mental world in the mind of the artist.
  28. Since virtualnisms cannot feel empathy for us, because they have no mirroring capabilities, then deriving the definition and acts of love from the business iModel of the profit driven, cost efficient heart is to guarantee that love will be bent by the gravity of contract and not liberated by the gift of creativity.
  29. Does she even continue 'running' our souls when we die, harvesting them like you ghosts? Or is it possible she is deriving her nourishment from the 'running' of any conscious soul within her, so you could think of conscious minds as her 'mitochondria' in a spiritual sense? I tend to believe more in that theory of religion myself.
  30. Governments on all levels could indeed spend tax revenue on a much higher cause, namely those functions delineated in founding documents, town charters, and legal statutes describing those tasks essential for smooth civic administration --- not on causes where the funds are best generated by those directly deriving the enjoyment or benefit of said activities.
  31. If, however, a caterpillar were taken out of a hammock made up, for instance, to the third stage, and were put into one finished up to the sixth stage, so that much of its work was already done for it, far from deriving any benefit from this, it was much embarrassed, and, in order to complete its hammock, seemed forced to start from the third stage, where it had left off, and thus tried to complete the already finished work.
  32. Then the scholar replied him saying that the rain water is for plants and animals, and he revealed to him with the cogent evidence the sources of spring water in the whole world deriving his demonstration from the Holy Qur’an, and that the running of the big and small rivers on the surface of the earth is not ascribed at all to the rain water, a reply which is something unknown by any of the eastern and western scientists.
  33. Fanny went to her every two or three days: it seemed a kind of fascination: she could not be easy without going, and yet it was without loving her, without ever thinking like her, without any sense of obligation for being sought after now when nobody else was to be had; and deriving no higher pleasure from her conversation than occasional amusement, and that often at the expense of her judgment, when it was raised by pleasantry on people or subjects which she wished to be respected.
  34. True it is I am a gentleman of known house, of estate and property, and entitled to the five hundred sueldos mulct; and it may be that the sage who shall write my history will so clear up my ancestry and pedigree that I may find myself fifth or sixth in descent from a king; for I would have thee know, Sancho, that there are two kinds of lineages in the world; some there be tracing and deriving their descent from kings and princes, whom time has reduced little by little until they end in a point like a pyramid upside down; and others who spring from the common herd and go on rising step by step until they come to be great lords; so that the difference is that the one were what they no longer are, and the others are what they formerly were not.
  1. The name is derived from the.
  2. The others are derived from it.
  3. I derived from this speech that Mr.
  4. All steroid hormones are derived.
  5. Its name is derived from its place.
  6. The cost of equity is derived by subtraction.
  7. All these advantages we have derived from it.
  8. However key numbers are derived, using this.
  9. They surly must have derived this honorable.
  10. Such data can be derived from various sources.
  11. Carbs are derived from a number of different.
  12. Is it possible that irony is derived from it?
  13. Finally, the complementary derived ratios are 0.
  14. I derived that, from the look they interchanged.
  15. He derived immense satisfaction in mothering her.
  16. Wrung is derived from the verb ‘wring’.
  17. A is the parent class and B is the derived class.
  18. Use the derived figures to check your calculations.
  19. They were derived from my interview with Robert X.
  20. Derived from it, but more than the sum of it still.
  21. The primary derived ratios from these, then, are 0.
  22. Prices are primary; indicators are derived from them.
  23. It is derived from a plant native to Europe and Asia.
  24. It is common for drinking-water to be derived from a.
  25. Clive was a Taurian, derived from some insectoid roots.
  26. Gadget Man that had derived from the help of the ex-city.
  27. Our power to create a bank is not derived by implication.
  28. And even as Truth is eternal, so is bliss derived from it.
  29. The results derived from these biographies all confirmed.
  30. The method and times of Prayers, and ablution are derived.
  31. His revenue is, in this case, derived from his labour only.
  32. All or most of your income is derived from operating TOMIC.
  33. AEECL’s name was derived as a tribute to the Association.
  34. The Icelandic Sheepdog is of the Nordic Spitz breed derived.
  35. I derived a sense of control and security based only on the.
  36. Heaven has absolute light impulses derived through diffusion.
  37. Helmet, a covering for the head is derived from the same word.
  38. Our name was derived from the form of prayer that Jesus did in.
  39. If you are trading on your own research and selections derived.
  40. Conclusions derived from trend analysis of the microbiological.
  41. This normally occur with scientific term, or newly derived term.
  42. The family of God is derived from the love of God -- God is love.
  43. As it’s derived from an all-natural source, the body can—.
  44. In the above example, net income is derived as ((145) - (16)] x (0.
  45. The benefits derived by the practice of attention are incalculable.
  46. State of happiness, derived from the Latin „felix, meaning happy.
  47. Inherited wealth -- riches derived from parents and other ancestors.
  48. However, equity derived from retained earnings should decrease the.
  49. The symbology encoded throughout the Bible is derived directly from.
  50. The sensations we have about our world, derived from experiences in.
  51. Hence the great benefit which the country has derived from this trade.
  52. The stimulus to action is derived only when there is a realized sage.
  53. Part of the reason for funding with debt is derived from a desire to.
  54. We have derived an English word opportunity from that original meaning.
  55. Arjun is told that the impetus to action is derived from all- knowing.
  56. The principle behind this sort of division is that each derived class.
  57. He proved his saying by logical evidences derived from the Holy Qur'an.
  58. We concentrate not so much on measuring an average that is derived in.
  59. It carriedwith it an encomienda or estate from which income was derived.
  60. FROM, BUT WHERE IS HELL (as we use the word today) DERIVED FROM? EITHER.
  61. All other revenue is ultimately derived from some one or other of these.
  62. He proved his saying by logical evidences derived from the Holy Qur’an.
  63. The passion that was still alive and the joy they derived from lovemaking.
  64. Only about one-tenth of your calories should be derived from saturated fat.
  65. He derived deep pleasure from having long, relaxed conversations with her.
  66. Heaven is the highest level of love derived from fellowship with the Lord.
  67. Each group is derived from, is modified by, and is a function of the other.
  68. Perhaps the strongest popular support of this doctrine is derived from 1 Cor.
  69. Any recommendations should be derived from a few business cycles which may.
  70. Many of these are either directly from Fibonacci analysis or derived from it.
  71. From the Hippocratic Oath is derived the physician's motto: first, do no harm.
  72. Then the pay is not derived by the several artists from their respective arts.
  73. The information derived from the Venona Project was instrumental not only in.
  74. The Teacher and Student classes are called the derived classes or subclasses.
  75. Analogously, the spread is not necessarily derived from historical volatility.
  76. He proved this statement with logical evidence derived from the Holy Qur’an.
  77. A single objective cannot be derived if there are two or more results expected.
  78. The value of a cell can also be derived from (looked up from) a pre-defined list.
  79. The word mascara itself is derived from the Spanish máscara, which means mask.
  80. The interest benefits were derived by subtracting bankruptcy costs from the tax.
  81. We provided some useful R functions for graphing data derived from several strata.
  82. The reader will observe that the largest amount of variance was derived from stock.
  83. The score is derived by the space between the first question missed and the second.
  84. Where does this leave the investor? If the nominal cost of debt is derived by.
  85. Discovered wealth -- riches derived from the uncultivated resources of mother earth.
  86. The theory was derived from 255 Wall Street Journal editorials written by Charles H.
  87. The other trade setups are derived from combinations of these core trading concepts.
  88. They lived entirely for themselves and derived pleasure from causing pain to others.
  89. Tarzan derived the greatest pleasure of his life in hunting meat for these strangers.
  90. It is a derived data-type in C, which is a collection of different datatype elements.
  91. In this chapter we will dig deeper into the main groups of these derived indicators.
  92. In the case of financial leverage, besides the derived variation in operating income.
  93. Abdominal gas is derived from swallowed air and from gas produced by germs in our gut.
  94. I figured probably the so-called Cartesian graphical system was derived from his name.
  95. Soybean oil: Soybean oil, also known as vegetable oil, is derived from actual soybeans.
  96. Hamilton said the concept of hell is derived from a valley south and east of Jerusalem.
  97. Hamilton says the concept of hell is derived from a valley south and east of Jerusalem.
  98. He did all the work alone and derived great pleasure from the heavy physical exertion.
  99. The student/investor should realize that the characteristic of a phase is not derived.
  100. It will not come as a surprise that u and d must be derived from the volatility input.
  1. It is what derives order in the Universe.
  2. The concept of work derives from tool-use.
  3. The strength of a nation derives from the integrity of the.
  4. Light in quality is God and love derives from the will of God.
  5. The strength of the nation derives from the integrity of the home.
  6. The city of Amsterdam derives a considerable revenue from the bank.
  7. He derives easy and constantly available Narcissistic Supply from them.
  8. A New Earth derives its name from a Biblical verse referring to the rising.
  9. From this calculation, the theory derives a single number, Φ (pronounced.
  10. The state, however, derives no inconsiderable advantage from their instruction.
  11. From Hugo’s biography derives that his seasons alternated every 16-17 years in.
  12. From Napoléon’s biography derives that his good and bad seasons alternated at.
  13. From Verdi’s biography derives that his first bad season ended in 1825, while a.
  14. For Jellinek the force of law derives from the fact that it is enacted by the state.
  15. But the word liberal derives originally from the Latin term liber, which means free.
  16. The name derives from the experience of the Mexican peso that had been pegged to the U.
  17. And what is the name which the city derives from the possession of this sort of knowledge?
  18. Giles) derives it from the authority given in this clause, to erect other needful buildings.
  19. The answer to this problem derives from common sense rather than from formal or a priori logic.
  20. Yes, as I pointed out before, this is how and where the octave derives its 'inner' structure.
  21. Our DefaultFormatter class derives from Publisher and adds the formatter-specific functionality.
  22. The call duck, which weighs less than 1 kg (2 lb 3 oz), derives its name from its original use.
  23. From some it derives a flavour which no culture or management can equal, it is supposed, upon any other.
  24. His grand distinguishing feature, the fin, from which he derives his name, is often a conspicuous object.
  25. That derives from the statue of Pallas Athena, which graced the Acropolis of Athens in the fifth century B.
  26. But such facts have their positive value, for their idealism derives from perhaps the highest kind of reality.
  27. For example, the corporate profit share of overall GDP derives its forecasting ability for bond returns (—0.
  28. The power of Spain and Portugal, on the contrary, derives some support from the taxes levied upon their colonies.
  29. By that, the spirit realises the Existence of God and derives a torch of Al’lah’s Light and His Supreme Attributes.
  30. They exhibited the pride of ignorance that derives from a barrel of oil and a lack of education, manners and upbringing.
  31. Whoever derives his revenue from a fund which is his own, must draw it either from his labour, from his stock, or from his land.
  32. The importation of gold and silver is not the principal, much less the sole benefit, which a nation derives from its foreign trade.
  33. I do not believe that any nation derives, as a whole, quite the delight from a race track that we do—with our Puritan traditions.
  34. But human complexity derives out of what specifically these genes have been pre-programmed to do, such as the enlarged human brain.
  35. The revenue which the great body of the people derives from land is, in proportion, not to the rent, but to the produce of the land.
  36. Its central and western territories are comprised of mountains, which is how it derives its name: montana means "mountain" in Spanish.
  37. All of that may be true, but since it is in your head, it derives some, if not all, of its energy to operate from you, Deanna said.
  38. Each tradesman or artificer derives his subsistence from the employment, not of one, but of a hundred or a thousand different customers.
  39. I don’t think her personal life is especially happy, but she has a network of friends and she derives satisfaction from her profession.
  40. It is not to be measured by its amount, in pounds, shillings, and pence, but by the strength and support she derives from the intercourse.
  41. He derives, indeed, a profit from the transaction—but so must the seller and the buyer, the grower and the consumer, or they would not engage in it.
  42. But the revenue which the crown derives from the duties or custom and excise, would necessarily increase with the revenue and consumption of the people.
  43. So, it derives mercy, tenderness, justice, and favor from Al’lah, and its tongue will utter nothing other than that which brings blessing and correction.
  44. In this way, it derives mercy, tenderness, justice, and favor from Al’lah, and its tongue will utter nothing but words which bring blessings and refinement.
  45. Its renowned symbol, the mythical Merlion, a term that derives from the words “mermaid” and “lion”, takes the shape of an icon half fish and half lion.
  46. The incredible rise in computational power used for Bitcoin mining derives from a combination of wider adoption and the use of increasingly specialized hardware.
  47. It seldom happens that a man, in any part of his life, derives any conveniency or advantage from some of the most laborious and troublesome parts of his education.
  48. For only Al’lah is the Perfect (the Noble), glory to Him, and anyone that enters His Presence will acquire noble characters and derives a portion of His Perfection.
  49. But in our opinion stability is really a qualitative trait, because it derives in the first instance from the character of the business and not from its statistical record.
  50. But he who rejects it, and proves unthankful to his Maker for creating him, and will not know Him who bestows it, he derives himself of the gift of duration to all eternity.
  51. Transparent governance is a self-monitoring, adjusting and adapting system, whose transparency derives from the lack of inhabitable power structures and the absence of money.
  52. The plausibility of chart reading, in our opinion, derives largely from its insistence on the sound gambling maxim that losses should be cut short and profits allowed to run.
  53. Warrant officer: an officer senior to all chief petty officers and junior to all commissioned officers who derives authority from a warrant issued by the Navy or the Coast Guard.
  54. In other universities, the teacher is prohibited from receiving any honorary or fee from his pupils, and his salary constitutes the whole of the revenue which he derives from his office.
  55. During the minority of a man of great fortune, he contributes commonly very little, by his consumption, towards the support of that state from whose protection he derives a great revenue.
  56. Both doors and lattices were open; and yet, as is usually the case in a coal-district, a fine red fire illumined the chimney: the comfort which the eye derives from it renders the extra heat endurable.
  57. If it is to be let to a tenant for rent, as the house itself can produce nothing, the tenant must always pay the rent out of some other revenue, which he derives, either from labour, or stock, or land.
  58. Compton's 1995 Encyclopedia, "Hell and Hades" "The modern Western understanding of Hell derives from the latest period in ancient Israel's history, and it was more fully developed by early Christianity.
  59. Both doors and lattices were open; and yet, as is usually the case in a coal district, a fine, red fire illumined the chimney: the comfort which the eyes derives from it renders the extra heat endurable.
  60. Of the five entrances to the park, we chose the West entrance, in the state of Montana that derives its name from the Spanish word Montaña (Mountain), and which conjures visions of natural marvels.
  61. But as the law for the encouragement of coinage derives its origin from those vulgar prejudices which have been introduced by the mercantile system, I judged it more proper to reserve them for this chapter.
  62. For real relaxation, he is an active member of U3A, the international University of the Third Age, and derives much enjoyment from the language learning sessions he presents to that community in eastern Victoria.
  63. The presents which they make him upon such occasions constitute the whole ordinary revenue, the whole of the emoluments which, except, perhaps, upon some very extraordinary emergencies, he derives from his dominion over them.
  64. This child’s disposition is abnormally cruel, merely for cruelty’s sake, and whether he derives this from his smiling father, as I should suspect, or from his mother, it bodes evil for the poor girl who is in their power.
  65. Secondly, In some countries the expense of coinage is defrayed by the government; in others, it is defrayed by the private people, who carry their bullion to the mint, and the government even derives some revenue from the coinage.
  66. Value investing is an investment paradigm that derives from the ideas on investment and speculation set out by Ben Graham (regarded by many to be the father of value investing) and David Dodd in their 1934 text Security Analysis.
  67. Atom-energy especially when the atom is split, has within it enormous energy, but electromagnetic-energy derives from atom-energy interactions and are more likely unable to produce even minute quantities of atom-energy structures.
  68. The canton of Berne derives a considerable revenue by lending a part of its treasure to foreign states, that is, by placing it in the public funds of the different indebted nations of Europe, chiefly in those of France and England.
  69. For Kelsen, law is a binding norm, and nothing more; it has no ethical or moral content so far as the lawyer is concerned, and its validity derives purely causally from the fact that it is enacted with the power of the state behind it.
  70. Holland, perhaps, approaches the nearest to this character of any, though still very remote from it; and Holland, it is acknowledged, not only derives its whole wealth, but a great part of its necessary subsistence, from foreign trade.
  71. The immutability of Shariah-adherent Muslim hostility toward the rest of us derives directly from the central tenet of Shariah: Muslims are explicitly required to seek the triumph of Islam over all other faiths, peoples and governments.
  72. This border town of two thousand inhabitants during the months of tourism and about eight hundred during the rest of the year, derives its name from the word skagua, which in the language of the Tlingit Indians means home of the North.
  73. And though he was instrumental in applying calculus to matters of physics, his fame derives from the introduction of the concept of gravity and his laws of inertia, acceleration and reaction that helped shape the future of physics and mechanics.
  74. If a trader evaluates an American option using an incorrect volatility, an incorrect interest rate, or an incorrect underlying price, the fact that he derives his values from an American rather than a European model is likely to make little difference.
  75. They all derive great benefit from it, though that in which the merchant resides generally derives the greatest, as he is generally more employed in supplying the wants, and carrying out the superfluities of his own, than of any other particular country.
  76. The advantage which the landlord derives from planting can nowhere exceed, at least for any considerable time, the rent which these could afford him ; and in an inland country, which is highly cuitivated, it will frequently not fall much short of this rent.
  77. In order to account for that wish I must mention—what it were otherwise needless to refer to—that my life, on all collateral accounts insignificant, derives a possible importance from the incompleteness of labors which have extended through all its best years.
  78. He feels that an artificer is the servant of his customers, from whom he derives his subsistence; but that a planter who cultivates his own land, and derives his necessary subsistence from the labour of his own family, is really a master, and independent of all the world.
  79. We are often aware of the inclination to do less than good, the indiscretions we sometimes chose to perform at times when we offend and hurt others with our offensive attitudes and behaviours, from which results and derives as an outcome, personal and emotional pain and anguish.
  80. Food is, in this manner, not only the original source of rent, but every other part of the produce of land which afterwards affords rent, derives that part of its value from the improvement of the powers of labour in producing food, by means of the improvement and cultivation of land.
  81. Europe is on the high road at length to an uncompromising popular Sadduceeism, against which the Christian churches as organizations will be almost powerless, and under whose reign not only religion will suffer, but the higher morality which derives its practical sanctions from heaven.
  82. Though there is not at present in Europe, any civilized state of any kind which derives the greater part of its public revenue from the rent of lands which are the property of the state; yet, in all the great monarchies of Europe, there are still many large tracts of land which belong to the crown.
  83. The Value Line, a leading investment service, makes forecasts of future earnings and dividends by the procedure outlined above, and then derives a figure of price potentiality (or projected market value) by applying a valuation formula to each issue based largely on certain past relationships.
  84. I ask the gentleman from South Carolina whence he derives the power of creating a privileged order, and, shall this assumption of power be attempted in favor of the military, of all other classes? In my opinion, sir, the section to which I have had reference is freighted with most fatal consequences.
  85. The surplus produce of the colonies, however, is the original source of all that increase of enjoyments and industry which Europe derives from the discovery and colonization of America, and the exclusive trade of the mother countries tends to render this source much less abundant than it otherwise would be.
  86. She is heartily admired by our present king and queen, who find in her sparkling talk very much the same mental stimulus that one derives from the Duchess Consuelo’s gay epigrams, and, above everything else, the court and its circle of society reverence the charms of the woman whose brain bubbles over with ideas.
  87. Even adopting the humble image of Plato, from which his argument derives a colour, we should maintain that the artist may ennoble the bed which he paints by the folds of the drapery, or by the feeling of home which he introduces; and there have been modern painters who have imparted such an ideal interest to a blacksmith's or a carpenter's shop.
  88. Yet he enjoys one comfort, the offspring of solitude and delirium; he believes that when in dreams he holds converse with his friends and derives from that communion consolation for his miseries or excitements to his vengeance, that they are not the creations of his fancy, but the beings themselves who visit him from the regions of a remote world.
  89. Security of rights is a political thing; it is the protection of Government; it derives its value, and a great portion of its power, too, from a faithful and unrelaxed application of it to all the rights and interests of a nation; and is diminished in its value, and in its power also, by any failure to afford the protection which is due by Government to the subjects and the interests under its control.
  90. The sentence is as follows: As it appears at the same time, that, in making this offer, His Britannic Majesty derives a motive from the equality, now existing, in the relations of the United States, with the two belligerent powers, the President owes it to the occasion, and to himself, to let it be understood, that this equality is a result, incident to a state of things, growing out of distinct considerations.
  91. From Rodin’s biography derives that his good and bad seasons alternated in 1859,.

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1. Even he could derive little.
2. Let us try to derive joy out.
3. From this we derive Golden Rule #6:.
4. To derive the necessary theoretical relation.
5. The pleasure he had anticipated to derive from.
6. Also the income you could derive from such sales is.
7. There are certain principles that derive from mental.
8. He doesn't derive any strength from his fear, you know.
9. Perhaps the greatest training that students derive from.
10. When we are old we cannot derive the same enjoyment from.
11. What puzzles me is that we derive pleasure from things and.
12. Rochester’s arms—it could not derive warmth from his breast.
13. It’s not their fault that we don’t derive benefit from them.
14. The following then is the meaning we derive from the text of the A.
15. You didn’t even have to meditate to derive benefits from compassion.
16. All that means is that they derive their price from another security.
17. Some skeptics of the religion derive an alien theory from this solar.
18. There are lots of benefits you can derive when you drink green tea.
19. List comprehensions are used to derive a new list from an existing list.
20. In a normal analysis, the CAPM would be used to derive a cost of equity.
21. Little comfort in my new life shall I derive from memories of the past.
22. Alteration and sublimation are achieved by God and derive only from Him.
23. Such expediency will derive an interest expense that equates a firm’s.
24. On the contrary, those motions derive their most appalling beauty from it.
25. Corporations will derive an internal rate of return and compare it with the.
26. We could derive confidence intervals for each of the two binomial parameters.
27. They derive clearly from accurate education and constructive thought patterns.
28. There are several types of indicators that derive from the direct price action.
29. Truly I did, but I couldn’t help derive some amusement from his predicament.
30. You will derive enormous benefit from coordinating your breath with your movement.
31. The circumstances you experience in life usually derive from your accepted beliefs.
32. It allowed him to derive satisfaction from his work, despite what went on around him.
33. Next we derive a product of the cost of equity, 10%, and stockholders’ equity, 500:.
34. Some other qualities that we can derive from this configuration would be the following:.
35. These two laws help me derive the relation for the value of the speed after the collision:.
36. You may derive, in a scholarly fashion, the intrinsic or moral properties of beliefs that.
37. Once debt is determined, it is multiplied by an estimated or current interest rate to derive.
38. In new water systems where there is very limited or no historic data from which to derive data.
39. And I would exercise extreme caution attempting to derive direction from the options order flow.
40. In addition, the routine can derive the starting or ending point of an ISO duration or interval.
41. Every church professes to derive its creed by an unbroken tradition from Christ and the apostles.
42. In some cases the stockholders derive positive benefits from an ultraconservative dividend policy, i.
43. Derive satisfaction from a completed quality job but always know that it is the effort that counts, i.
44. They provide corals with carbon compounds (energy) which the zooxanthellae derive from photosynthesis.
45. This arrangement enables the investor to derive the specific benefit of participation in profits (viz.
46. It is fine to enjoy and derive pleasure from material possessions without guilt but beware real attachment.
47. We are convinced that the intelligent investor can derive satisfactory results from pricing of either type.
48. Between whatever places foreign trade is carried on, they all of them derive two distinct benefits from it.
49. We derive a sense of identity from what we have or do in the world, with our history, and our circumstances.
50. At the end of the month, most traders will see the majority of their profits derive from their favorite plays.
51. Epstein made clear, though, that you didn’t have to buy into any of the above to derive benefit from Buddhism.
52. He finds that the underlying idea is to derive a tax advantage from the low initial price of the 5% debentures.
53. Our house transacts business to the amount of a million a year, from which we derive an income of 40,000 francs.
54. Work Support for Organizational Support) to derive the meaning of the case study description with little difficulty.
55. During such a period, then, the common stockholders do not derive a present benefit at the expense of the bondholder.
56. But the easiest way to determine it is to use the theorem for the kinetic energy variation to derive u and v [21] :.
57. He seemed to derive such inward satisfaction from the phrase that he repeated it: He’s lookin’ about the same.
58. For others the motivation to visit might derive from years of frustrated dead-end genealogical searching leading to a.
59. General equilibrium models make assumptions about preferences and production technology to derive optimal asset demands.
60. That person is the person from whom you derive your expectations, and the secret is solely held by that person and by me.
61. Her motivation is also that she is working to preserve the wealth that her husband and brother derive from slave running.
62. Spreads were wide, or in some cases, nonexistent, so it was impossible to derive a market value for many of these assets.
63. We can imagine how a great mind like that of Pericles might derive elevation from his intercourse with Anaxagoras (Phaedr.
64. In the next chapter we demonstrate how various principles of option combinations evaluation can be used to derive criteria.
65. To make your lawn happy with the nutrients it can derive from compost, you only have to add about a half of an inch over it.
66. The sovereign, like, any other owner of stock, may derive a revenue from it, either by employing it himself, or by lending it.
67. A state may sometimes derive some part of its public revenue from the interest of money, as well as from the profits of stock.
68. We want our returns to derive from our skill as analysts and not from all the other factors that can create price volatility.
69. And what advantage do they derive from it? What advantage are my constituents to derive from the expenditure of this money?
70. We lament the iniquity which our children are conceived and born in; and that corrupt nature which they derive through our loins.
71. So even if you smoke during your quit smoking treatment with champix, you do not derive the same pleasure as you used to earlier.
72. Far more frequently, however, the stockholders derive much greater benefits from dividend payments than from additions to surplus.
73. This may be also said for the indexes in this chapter, as they derive their valuations from the same basic premise as the VIX index.
74. They derive most of their income from presents which the prisoners condemned to be flogged slip into their hands before the execution.
75. In order to determine a theoretical 30-day implied volatility, the two near-term expiration months were weighted to derive a final value.
76. The French, in the beginning of the last war, did not derive so much advantage from this expedient as to compensate the loss of the fashion.
77. But in most instances he will derive the investment value of a common stock from the average earnings of a period between five and ten years.
78. I believe I shall not be incorrect when I assert, that nine-tenths of this country never did and never will derive the smallest benefit from it.
79. All the benefit he might derive from a course of treatment he would lose as a result of the disputes about Buonaparte which would be inevitable.
80. For many, this is where we feel most at home, we derive our inspiration, and we literally feel as though we can truly commune with Mother Nature.
81. As was stated in Chapters 3 and 4, candle patterns derive their meaning from their position in relation to the trend and support/resistance levels.
82. The rent of land and the profits of stock are everywhere, therefore, the principal sources from which unproductive hands derive their subsistence.
83. If he observes this universe attentively and studies it carefully, he will feel glorification and awe and derive the advantages of the admonition.
84. Without size when we derive effort, we lose the advantage of comparison with other projects and also we will not able to calculate the productivity.
85. This would increase the revenue you would derive from those assets, and they are smart investments that will pay for themselves within three months.
86. We are persuaded that the highly useful arts alluded to, will derive important aid from the use of a material so abundant and cheap as chesnut wood.
87. You cannot love the Envoy (cpth) unless you derive a share of perfection from Al’lah by performing genuine prayer based on straightness and faith.
88. A script that my mind will use automatically, from now on, as the master behavior in my behavioral system, making all other behaviors derive from it.
89. The Jews themselves have never pretended to derive from the Mosaic law a defence of the doctrine that eternal suffering is the legal punishment of sin.
90. Spiritual systems, religious systems, always derive their authority from the psychic experiences of their leaders, whether they are Moses or Mohammed.
91. On the other hand, someone handicapped or sub-endowed could also derive a lot of satisfaction from a less prominent rank because of lessons well learnt.
92. In addition to checking the forecasting properties of criteria, this can help us to derive additional utility functions for threshold value optimization.
93. Rounsavell published in his paper, he did derive from conversation of myself with others; whether he got other particulars from other members, I know not.
94. The probability the confidence interval covers the true value of the parameter of interest and the method used to derive the interval must both be reported.
95. Genesis Chapter 18 might be an unusual source to derive some interesting negotiating techniques, but as they say in showbiz ‘the old ones are the best’.
96. The inhabitants of a city, it is true, must always ultimately derive their subsistence, and the whole materials and means of their industry, from the country.
97. With this the additional effort for project management, quality assurance, configuration management, buffer effort, etc are added to derive the final effort.
98. There are only two places along the thoroughfare where a pedestrian can slow his step and derive some relief from the incessant onslaught of noise and barter.
99. Manet among the moderns has given new life to this formula, although he did not derive his inspiration directly from Correggio but through the Spanish school.
100. They love to entertain lavishly, to make others feel secure in their home and to encourage others to derive the same sense of satisfaction as they do from it.

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