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    1. There was a washwoman who did the clothes, floors and bowls every other Nightday beforelunch, a cook every evening they entertained, and Athnu

    2. Every other household was Greek Orthodox

    3. He is exalted above every other person, angel, and created being

    4. Smith took the melody and the rhythm of the void into the soul of creation, swinging in allegiance from every note to every other note in a crescendo of perfect solitude, until it began to dawn on Smith that there was simply no way to settle on a universal truth in un-sound

    5. To have this view that we are headed toward a consummation, and that consummation has to do with the rule of God over creation, affects every other aspect of the faith

    6. Think about it! With modern technology and a few million Euros this place could knock every other playground into a black hole and my dear little Kaliantikos Foundation will provide the bungs

    7. fly, killing the lights and every other electrical appliance in the

    8. Test, to every other method I have ever seen

    9. avenue where it seemed that every other building was an inn or

    10. She found someone attractive in just about every other native race she had encountered so far, but there was just something about Gnomes she couldn’t get close to

    11. of the season to the same drab landscape it was every other month of the year

    12. Happens every other full moon, it does

    13. "They wanted me to believe it was a miss print, but they also wanted me to believe every other thing there

    14. He’d been clad all in gang clothing, sporting a bandana around his shaven head and swearing every other word

    15. The wages of labour are the encouragement of industry, which, like every other human quality, improves in proportion to the encouragement it receives

    16. every other class should do the same

    17. was obliged to buy the goods they had occasion for from every other within the town,

    18. its limits like every other ; and the increase of stock, by increasing the competition,

    19. the poor, and allowed by two justices of the peace, that every other parish should be obliged to

    20. 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

    21. The price, therefore, of the coarse, and still more that of the precious metals, at the most fertile mines in the world, must necessarily more or less affect their price at every other in it

    22. That abundance of food, of which, in consequence of the improvement of land, many people have the disposal beyond what they themselves can consume, is the great cause of the demand, both for the precious metals and the precious stones, as well as for every other conveniency and ornament of dress, lodging, household furniture, and equipage

    23. The increase of security would naturally increase industry and improvement; and the demand for the precious metals, as well as for every other luxury and ornament, would naturally increase with the increase of riches

    24. It seemed that every other hill was

    25. The hog, that finds his food among ordure, and greedily devours many things rejected by every other useful animal, is, like poultry, originally kept as a save-all

    26. I started playing at the Lappranile quite a lot, it was almost like I was in the house band most every other Nightday at least

    27. These are the three great, original, and constituent, orders of every civilized society, from whose revenue that of every other order is ultimately derived

    28. In a way, every other human being can only be seen as an accessory to one's life

    29. Man, as every other part of this creation 116

    30. Every other motion and action

    31. The labour of the meanest of these has a certain value, regulated by the very same principles which regulate that of every other sort of labour; and that of the noblest and most useful, produces nothing which could afterwards purchase or procure an equal quantity of labour

    32. You definitely don’t want to offer something that is on every other

    33. In every other respect, nothing can be more contrary to the real interest of a numerous family, than a right which, in order to enrich one, beggars all the rest of the children

    34. The ancient policy of Europe was, over and above all this, unfavourable to the improvement and cultivation of land, whether carried on by the proprietor or by the farmer ; first, by the general prohibition of the exportation of corn, without a special licence, which seems to have been a very universal regulation ; and, secondly, by the restraints which were laid upon the inland commerce, not only of corn, but of almost every other part of the produce of the farm, by the absurd laws against engrossers, regraters, and forestallers, and by the privileges of fairs and markets

    35. And then you have the insects and the blights, the rodents, deer, and birds, and every other threat imaginable

    36. But the empires of China, Indostan, Japan, as well as several others in the East Indies, without having richer mines of gold or silver, were, in every other respect, much richer, better cultivated, and more advanced in all arts and

    37. This very competition, however, is advantageous to the great body of the people, who profit greatly, besides, by the good market which the great expense of such a nation affords them in every other way

    38. The corn bounty, it is to be observed, as well as every other bounty upon exportation, imposes two different taxes upon the people; first, the tax which they are obliged to contribute, in order to pay the bounty ; and,

    39. They did not, perhaps, attend to the great and essential difference which nature has established between corn and almost every other sort of goods

    40. The real value of every other commodity is finally measured and detemnined by the proportion which its average money price bears to the average money price of corn

    41. ” Brynjolf? Who’s that, Nells?” Those eyes of his, those hazel eyes every other time reflecting with warmth and inner happiness now glowed with vexation

    42. The same motives, the same interests, which would thus regulate the conduct of any one dealer, would regulate that of every other, and oblige them all in general to sell their corn at the price which, according to the best of their judgment, was most suitable to the scarcity or plenty of the season

    43. Were it possible, as perhaps it is not, to establish this intercourse universally, and all at once ; were it possible to turn all at once the whole farming stock of the kingdom to its proper business, the cultivation of land, withdrawing it from every other employment into which any part of it may be at present diverted; and were it possible, in order to support and assist, upon occasion, the operations of this great stock, to provide all at once another stock almost equally great; it is not, perhaps, very easy to imagine how great, how extensive, and how sudden, would be the improvement which this change of circumstances would alone produce upon the whole face of the country

    44. Gold, like every other commodity, is always somewhere or another to be got for its value by those who have that value to give for it

    45. This sect, in their works, which are very numerous, and which treat not only of what is properly called Political Economy, or of the nature and causes or the wealth of nations, but of every other branch of the system of civil government, all follow implicitly, and without any sensible variation, the doctrine of Mr

    46. necessary that it should become the sole or principal occupation of a particular class of citizens; and the division of labour is as necessary for the improvement of this, as of every other art

    47. In a militia, the character of the labourer, artificer, or tradesman, predominates over that of the soldier; in a standing army, that of the soldier predominates over every other character ; and in this distinction seems to consist the essential difference between those two different species of military force

    48. The soldiers who are exercised only once aweek, or once a-month, can never be so expert in the use of their arms, as those who are exercised every day, or every other day; and though this circumstance may not be of so much consequence in modern, as it was in ancient times, yet the acknowledged superiority of the Prussian troops, owing, it is said, very much to their superior expertness in their exercise, may satisfy us that it is, even at this day, of very considerable consequence

    49. The fall of the Greek republics, and of the Persian empire was the effect of the irresistible superiority which a standing arm has over every other sort of militia

    50. In the most opulent and civilized nations, age regulates rank among those who are in every other respect equal ; and among whom, therefore, there is nothing else to regulate it

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