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Lend in a sentence

1. Ill lend it to you.
2. I could lend a hand.
3. And we can lend a hand.
4. Lend colour to the form.
5. I could lend you money.
6. I used to lend them to her.
7. If not, the money I will lend.

8. No one appeared to lend a hand.
9. They will also lend wonderful.
10. And what better way to lend an.
11. Antolini forgot to lend me some.
12. To lend its might to winters hold.
13. That friend of yours? Lend them.
14. For some pretty stars to lend.
15. I'll lend to you without interest.
16. Lend your most powerful ear to me.
17. I COULD LEND YOU A VERY FAST HORSE.
18. Vinnie and would lend them a hand.
19. When possible, lend a helping hand.
20. Guicho won’t lend you his car.
21. Not before we lend a hand though.
22. Lend a hand in saving Mother Earth.
23. I going to lend a hand to Old Chief.
24. Show it to those who will lend an ear.
25. Be helpful and lend a hand to others.
26. Can you lend assistance, over?’’.
27. Here, lend me a kerchief, if you will.
28. The very Hell will I constrain to lend.
29. And that shall lend a kind of easiness.
30. That lend a tyrannous and damned light.
31. I always thought I could lend a hand.
32. Both these elements lend themselves to.
33. Only the novices were permitted to lend.
34. If only Rave were here to lend his heat.
35. My Dad used to lend me his toy soldiers.
36. Neither borrow nor lend money, because.
37. He was always ready to lend a ten or a.
38. Why, I’d lend you money just the world.
39. No one is willing to lend a helping hand.
40. I shouted somebody to lend us some water.
41. He won’t lend his car to anyone but me.
42. Pity me not, but lend thy serious hearing.
43. Firms can lend and borrow at the same rate.
44. No one will lend me that much coin, Egg.
45. Bullock would never lend me another garment.
46. Lend him some power if he needs it to do so.
47. These lend a pleasing mystery to the bottom.
48. Then you wanted me to lend you money?
49. Give me your coat and lend me your sword.
50. Hopefully Digby will be there to lend a hand.
51. Then to his wife, an excuse, he’d have to lend.
52. The bank wants to lend money to people like you.
53. Could you lend me some money?’ she called out.
54. Real estate does not lend itself to speculation.
55. I offered to lend her some cash but she refused.
56. The questions it poses aren’t ones that lend.
57. If he’s short, I’ll lend him what he needs.
58. And I’ll lend it to you—without, my dear Mrs.
59. Lend your most powerful ear to those whom I love.
60. The Lord would later tell them to lend out money:.
61. And it was also impossible to lend you a helping.
62. Foreigners don’t want to lend us any more money.
63. Perhaps you need to lend a helping hand to someone.
64. Show them some coin and they'll lend a clogged ear.
65. Jean was one of the first to lend assistance, and.
66. Best Qualities: Always ready to lend a helping hand.
67. Bert can lend his hat and jacket to our stand-in.
68. He was grateful Beatrice had been available to lend.
69. Maybe I could ask Inspecteur Vigeur to lend me hers.
70. In short, banks create the money they lend, out of.
71. You may go; and what is more, I will lend you horses.
72. Do you want money? Do you wish me to lend you some?
73. I’ll have Tragus lend me Hesper to lead the way back.
74. Dyinholm is fat enough to lend credence to his cooking.
75. Could someone lend me a torch? asked Kate excitedly.
76. Others prefer to lend their home decorating skills for.
77. Whereas the two-steps and the cha-chas lend themselves.
78. Well, lend a hand, help them,' he said, turning to the.
79. He began to lend money at interest to whomever he wished.
80. Eighth Commandment Lend without expecting to be paid back.
81. I had already called Clapper to come down and lend a hand.
82. But the missus is comin' down to lend me a hand presently.
83. Your dream may lend a clue to the source of the irritation.
84. You may also lend copies, under the same conditions stated.
85. God, and it leaves me able to lend others the strength of my.
86. You might lend me half of that, Vasíly Mikhaïlitch!.
87. I’d lend ten thousand dollars without even a note to that.
88. The presentation of abstractions does not lend itself to the.
89. This of course only served to lend credibility to subliminal.
90. A moustache does certainly lend a gentleman an air of authority.
91. Aren’t we only trying to lend assistance to a budding genius.
92. If you’ve got another blade I could lend a hand with those.
93. Hence the ability in the subjects of a commercial state to lend.
94. Grant might now and then lend them the pony he sent to the post.
95. Not real y but the names do lend something to the imagination.
96. Amylia said she would lend you one if you agreed to go with me.
97. She had persuaded her father to lend Wulfric the money he needed.
98. Tali had a giggle and promised to lend me her book of baby names.
99. But it would be gone soon and then he’d lend a hand in the work.
100. With this scheme, banks can lend many times more money than they.
1. In other word lending of.
2. Their business is lending money.
3. Conversely, as bank lending increases the.
4. Banks started lending to subprime borrowers.
5. Secondary lenders can now be easier about lending.
6. Study the history of 12,000 years of money lending.
7. Im not giving this to you, Im lending it to you.
8. The old family lending practices proved habitforming.
9. Kiva provides a data-rich, transparent lending platform.
10. Its eyes were mere slits, lending them a fierce quality.
11. They range from investors to government lending programs.
12. The result was a boom in lending on commercial real estate.
13. Potter Palmer, of Chicago, lending the Giaour and Pacha.
14. Miri Goshenk dismounted as well, intent on lending some help.
15. You’re just observing and lending extra oomph to the ritual.
16. Predatory lending is one form of abuse in the granting of loans.
17. Even Jesus told a parable involving lending and borrowing (Luke.
18. The fact is, though, you’re effectively lending money to the.
19. Banks have the freedom to fix lending rates for the commodities.
20. Chris accepted a drink and sat there, quietly lending his presence.
21. Recently I was visiting with a very good commercial lending officer.
22. Verses 23 to 27 regulate the lending of money with and without surety.
23. They can be "called" for repayment by the lending institution at any.
24. Apparently this lending institution’s approval process was haphazard.
25. This particular bank eventually went bankrupt due to aggressive lending.
26. Crawford for lending the horse which he had fully intended it should produce.
27. Federal Reserve had cut the overnight lending rate by 75 basis points from 4.
28. Phew! For the risk of lending these clowns my money I’ll have to charge 12.
29. But just think; a lender is in the business of lending money, not real estate.
30. Were it not, mere charity or friendship could be the only motives for lending.
31. Once they were there, Guinevere paid the driver and stepped out, lending her.
32. As long as home prices went up, these lax lending standards caused no problems.
33. Generally lending of money refers with disposing of the money or property with.
34. If you default on a financial loan, you cause the lending company to lose cash.
35. It also helps the lending institution to see what type of loan you qualify for.
36. This has led to many traditional lenders modifying their lending criteria, and.
37. He was able to buy two water delivery trucks and soon he was a lending investor.
38. With Roopa lending gusto, the euphoria that followed amused the gathering no end.
39. Again lending credence to what he said Berunni shed his outfit and stood nude in.
40. In the early days the nuns were in the habit of lending them their black garments.
41. This is just not true; banks are in the business of lending money, not real estate.
42. Lending Sophia a hand while sitting down on the front porch, Jericho consoled her.
43. Fadi Essmaeel, told me that interest on money lending is against the law there too.
44. It is not just construction lending that creates cannon fodder for bank regulators.
45. For lending purposes, the debt-to-income calculation is always based on your gross.
46. Lending and investing are examples of labor, that, while may be necessary in modern.
47. Are you saying he is a fool for lending me a hit or two! He is my man, what have.
48. How to give a seminar for private lending prospects that will address many of their.
49. There are also State and Local Government lending programs which we will discuss later.
50. A guarantee from a lending institution ensuring that the liabilities of a debtor will.
51. FACT IS, THOUGH, YOU’RE EFFECTIVELY LENDING MONEY TO THE GOVERNMENT AND INTEREST-FREE.
52. I went up to them and was just lending a hand when a large wave came awash of the deck.
53. The sun had started to cause its own light, lending a grayish cast to the surroundings.
54. Rumors flew about buy-ins and harassment of stock lenders by AMCC to stop lending stock.
55. No matter who’s lending money, however, be it private citizens or the public, interest.
56. The low reserve ratio set by the Fed in recent years has encouraged lending and inflation.
57. The idea is that community banks do the lion’s share of lending to smal businesses, and.
58. Darren picked her up from behind and lifted her high, his loss lending strength to his sinew.
59. It seemed as though, by lending an air, one might still hear the vague noise of the wedding.
60. Lending banks are the creditors for supplying air which in turn supplies credits to markets.
61. Looks like she’s lending me all her eyes and ears with her heart tucked away in her attic.
62. Private lending does have investment risk and it is possible the investor could lose some or.
63. On the pit walls, sconces held torches rather than lamps, lending a primeval feel to the arena.
64. The Promissory Note is where you want to control the private lending process in your favor and.
65. Within the financial crisis was a credit crunch that saw banks halt lending and sit on the cash.
66. Real estate started booming in 2004 and banks started lending recklessly to sub prime borrowers.
67. The Church held that usury (interest) was making money from lending money or making money from.
68. You will definitely want to be prepared when you walk through the doors of a lending institution.
69. I told her about the couple at the damaged house, and about lending a hand to help them clean up.
70. I know, and it was wonderful to have you there with us, lending your power and sharing our risk.
71. There is a spread, and perhaps a fairly large one, between a trader’s borrowing and lending rate.
72. Lending institutions spend ten dollars in processing fees in order to collect a five-dollar payment.
73. This policy of lending money to foreign states is, so far as I know peculiar to the canton of Berne.
74. Bookshelves lined three walls, lending the rich colours of book bindings to the glow of the oil lamps.
75. Next to the clinic, which really looked more like a mini-hospital, was a large lending library.
76. LIBOR: London Inter-Bank Offered Rate, the interest charged by most stable banks lending to each other.
77. Lending variety to the landscape was many a mango grove apart from the fully-grown banana gardens and.
78. He had begun life as an obscure financier by lending small sums of money to workmen at usurious interest.
79. The corporate hit men may be documenting their weaknesses: money, sex, power, whatever; lending them money.
80. As traders initiate new positions or close out existing ones, they are constantly borrowing and lending money.
81. He signed other laws that allowed credit default swaps and gave banks looser rules in lending to low income areas.
82. It is generally argued that a renewal of large-scale international lending is necessary to restore world equilibrium.
83. I am in a ludicrous jxisition ! And what grounds has he for lending me money, and me for borrowing in that case ?
84. Like us, you have prejudices, superstitions, tyrannies, fanaticisms, blind laws lending assistance to ignorant customs.
85. Interest rate change by the Fed is aimed at adjusting money supplies by encouraging or discouraging lending activities.
86. However, if relatively few shares are available for lending, the trader may receive only a fraction of the normal rate.
87. Father McGuire was a lost cause when it came to lending a respectful ear to an outsider – particularly in Lynch's case.
88. During the July-October 2008 period large numbers of government-financed lending programs were announced and implemented.
89. The same disease exists in the private sector, where, say, financial institutions follow overly strict lending practices.
90. If creditors didn't want to assume some ownership interests, they shouldn't have been so willing to profit through lending.
91. The formal loan application means that the lending institution will ask you to sign for them to run your full credit report.
92. Gone were the wild flowers that had swayed in the summer breezes, lending their scents to the comforting smell of the sett.
93. Admittedly, for a trader, the interest cost of borrowing will almost always be higher than the interest earned when lending.
94. More concretely, such lending appears to be an indispensable adjunct to the restoration and development of our export trade.
95. The chairman of Continental announced that within 5 years, the bank’s lending would match that of the other largest banks.
96. The sovereign, like, any other owner of stock, may derive a revenue from it, either by employing it himself, or by lending it.
97. It was here that the financial technology of the mortgage-backed security short-circuited prudent mortgage lending standards.
98. The model bank turned out to not be user-friendly and the result is that this is now passed on to another lending institution.
99. But if it’s clear that you have a habitual pattern of paying your bills late, they will think twice about lending you money.
100. Ptitsin, as was well known, was engaged in the business of lending out money on good security, and at a good rate of interest.
1. OF STOCK LENT AT INTEREST.
2. Christian lent it to me.
3. Bill lent forward and smiled.
4. Uncle Hobart lent over the fence.
5. Stephen anyhow lent him one of.
6. Fascinated, I lent closer still.
7. He lent forward and took a sniff.
8. A hammer lent by the foreman of.
9. But it WAS lent to me—I had it.
10. He held his peace and lent succor.
11. Terry lent it to one of the staff.
12. Jumping up he lent across the table.
13. He lent over her shoulder and watched.
14. It lent a woodsy smell to the arcade.
15. The flat chested officer lent out a.
16. She lent forward and whispered in my ear.
17. He never lent it out, not even to write.
18. The sergeant of the banlieue lent an ear.
19. That's right, else I'd have lent her mine.
20. He lent toward me and gave me another kiss.
21. Chantelle lent forward, grabbing his wrist.
22. The man lent over and poked Marcos’ nose.
23. He rarely read aloud, only perhaps in Lent.
24. I lent down and brushed my lips against hers.
25. A footnote discloses that Lucent had lent $1.
26. Jarvis lent over the railings next to the man.
27. It was a game, but it lent a measure of his.
28. He lent over and ran his fingers over her neck.
29. He had on this turtleneck sweater I'd lent him.
30. So he reached out and lent a hand with his pin.
31. Kitty was no better in health, and in Lent the.
32. Someone had lent him a new pair of black shoes.
33. He lent forward, voice low - almost threatening.
34. It was that which lent a bad aspect to his case.
35. Felicity lent towards her and grasped her wrists.
36. Janice lent forward and read it aloud to herself.
37. He lent over the table again to kiss me once more.
38. Holding a finger in the air, I lent over the well.
39. But you have not repaid the sum I lent you before.
40. This latter lent the affair an aspect of real war.
41. Sam lent forward and she put her hands on his face.
42. I sleep in a long T-shirt one of the Amity lent me.
43. The man with the gun lent over the back of his seat.
44. Their life, thought, speech are lent them by males.
45. He lent forward, gave me a kiss and a wonderful hug.
46. The Mob (Aussie for organised crime) lent a hand and.
47. He has returned the thousand pounds which I lent him.
48. It was a cargo of salt fish, and Lent was approaching.
49. Receding hair lent the pale head an innocent blandness.
50. He turned on the GPS and David lent forward in amazement.
51. Something that lent her an almost occult aura and poise.
52. She lent closer to the opening so she could hear better.
53. She lent over and said in a loud whisper watch her.
54. The policeman lent over, carefully examining the machine.
55. Grey stared at him, his snout puckering as he lent forward.
56. Ha, ha! poor Cornoiller; here he comes, like fish in Lent.
57. Well, her brother, Greg, lent me his car one Sunday to.
58. He even lent a hand in lifting the dead horse into the cart.
59. The vegetation lent a soft green touch to a harsh landscape.
60. I lent the back of my head into his chest and closed my eyes.
61. The same colleague who’d lent me her room, lent him her car.
62. Sometimes Easton went over to the allotments and lent Harlow.
63. Then she seized her bucket again; fear had lent her audacity.
64. Back up at the villa, Maiorescu lent them some fresh clothes.
65. LP lent against the bar, looking at the list of beers on offer.
66. The individual to whom a thing or money is lent at his request.
67. How now, sirrah, that pound he lent you when you were hungry?
68. She lent back in the soft chair with a slight sigh and smiled.
69. McCartney in the Red Square that I had lent to Prudence, and a.
70. He lent me books and music-tapes, which totally overwhelmed me.
71. When she had gone he let go of Amanda and lent over the settee.
72. Bêlit had been of the sea; she had lent it splendor and allure.
73. Do they pretend that he named the man who lent me the money?
74. He was in the hospital from the middle of Lent till after Easter.
75. Morrison in passing, you have not returned the book I lent you.
76. Had some trouble with a pair of Ice Wraiths, so I lent my sword.
77. Detective Mike lent his years of experience as a policeman and.
78. Parul, Sabita and Purobi, they lent me one thousand rupees each.
79. Annalise lent superbly; with an air as of giving freely, with joy.
80. It might only have been lent to me for just that one awful night.
81. Xen would have lent Ashi anything Ashi wanted, just as long as she.
82. Give me Shadowfax! He was only lent before, if loan we may call it.
83. Summer became autumn, autumn became lent and on to summer once more.
84. Hazel, watching, lent help here and there and encouraged the others.
85. This is a three-week period prior to the Greek Orthodox 40 day lent.
86. He lent over me and for the first time I realised just how big he was.
87. The virtuous Brutus lent money in Cyprus at eight-and-forty per cent.
88. A fire roaring in the fireplace lent warmth and the floor and turned.
89. His companions lent him their approval with several bursts of Aye!.
90. It was mounted on a square block and four uneven wheels lent it motion.
91. That certainly got her attention and she lent forward, her voice rising.
92. Dawn fed some more cartridges into the gun and lent it against the wall.
93. It was just before Lent, in an isolated spot, 40 miles from the railway.
94. Formerly planted century oaks and maples lent serenity to the new grounds.
95. Amanda lent against the car with her hands on her knees breathing heavily.
96. Diana Levine and Joan Sanger lent their keen editorial assistance as well.
97. During Lent there are no meals provided for Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
98. The second week in Lent, his turn came to take the sacrament with his gang.
99. He'd lent me his favourite walking stick so that I could get around easier.
100. The fact that Elizabeth had become a nun lent conviction to her testimony.
1. There is some will that lends.
2. The result of sin lends itself to.
3. Quickness lends itself to surprise.
4. The Friend That Lends: Luke 11:5-13.
5. Here it lends emphasis and might be.
6. It lends instant credibility to you ad.
7. It also lends evidence to the fact that the.
8. CMS lends itself better to precise timing than BOP.
9. Bank rate :the rate at which RBI lends to member banks.
10. Jean-Jacques lends his pick to Diogenes, who lends him his.
11. What is it in men’s hearts that lends them to destruction?
12. The entity, usually a bank or financial institution that lends.
13. It is highly magical, and lends it’s own power to the gathering.
14. He that has pity on the poor lends to the Lord, and He wil pay.
15. This attack on the problem lends itself to two possible techniques.
16. This lends credibility to what I said in the first paragraph about.
17. As cited in an American report lends credence to this idea: The CISC.
18. And she lends me clothing, since Luke moved all of my things into his house.
19. Bank Rate: RBI lends to the commercial banks through its discount window to.
20. He must end this situation which lends itself to——I can't believe it of that.
21. She is generally stupid, but the devil lends her his brain when she works for him.
22. Some of them are enclosed only by hedges, which lends a cheerful aspect to the street.
23. This always lends an element of unpredictability that a computer simply cannot capture.
24. This flowing structure lends itself to the forecasting of future activity in a manner.
25. The more the lender lends you, the more he will make; that is all some are interested in.
26. Because you don't own the stock, the brokerage firm lends you 100 shares of Daytraders, Inc.
27. Revelation thirteen is such a clear narrative that it lends itself to a form of paraphrasing;.
28. He who has compassion on the poor lends to the lord, and he will repay him for his good deed.
29. A, for example, lends to W £1000, with which W immediately purchases of B £1000 worth of goods.
30. It is a slippery, flighty thing; but, properly pounced upon, lends itself fruitfully to squeezing.
31. The linear model R function lm() lends itself to the analysis of more complex regression functions.
32. My degree in computer science lends the highest credence to the sections dealing with computers –.
33. C, in the same manner, and for the same reason, lends them to Y, who again purchases goods with them of D.
34. There has already been a big price change in the asset, and this lends more credence to the crowd’s beliefs.
35. The fact that this single line is not at all bullish lends support for the bearish continuation of this pattern.
36. I could see no marks to guide me, but the carpet was of a dun colour, which lends itself very well to examination.
37. I noticed long ago what a nasty, horrid old man he was — they say he lends money and takes interest like any Jew.
38. Nothing that researchers have found lends any credibility to the speculation of links between birthdays and biorhythms.
39. This special series of studies lends itself to a fuller discussion of the work of the preacher in the local congregation.
40. This rent may be considered as the produce of those powers of Nature, the use of which the landlord lends to the farmer.
41. He who has pity on the poor lends to the Lord; and that which he has given he will repay him again; Chasten your son while there.
42. When the earth is suffering from too heavy a burden, there are mysterious groanings of the shades, to which the abyss lends an ear.
43. You see, President Obama’s statement only makes sense if you have a tried and settled foundation that lends it the proper support.
44. But it goes without saying that an artifice of this kind lends itself far too readily to concealment and possible misrepresentation.
45. Final Cut X’s interface lends itself beautifully to this workflow so as a new editor, I would suggest getting used to this interface.
46. The man who borrows in order to spend will soon be ruined, and he who lends to him will generally have occasion to repent of his folly.
47. The experience we gain through following the will of God in the service to others lends itself to spiritual growth and greater maturity.
48. B having no occasion for the money himself, lends the identical pieces to X, with which X immediately purchases of C another £1000 worth of goods.
49. This popular fish lends itself to lots of different ideas and recipes so don't be afraid to experiment with new flavors to find the ones you like best.
50. The constant battle between the ego and the Higher Self lends credence to the observation that life in this world is one that is steeped in polarities.
51. It also lends good evidence that the Milky Way was/is being seeded, at least in the Star Trek Universe, and this theme will also be seen again and again.
52. And he, Victor, lends himself to it, with all the abominations—lawyers, proofs of guilt—tout ça est dégoutant![11] And it doesn't seem to repel him.
53. Without the ability to learn and to be social as an organization, it lends itself to being criticized by the very communities of people it intends to serve.
54. Adding some verification to back up what you say from your delving into the subject matter by way of reading, lends more credibility to what you put on paper.
55. Dealing with a financial institution that lends to individuals directly will ensure you get what you ask for when you need it, rather than too late, or not at all.
56. Inevitably, the best run companies will try to structure their leverage to stay as close to the mean as possible, which lends an air of predictability to this volatile calculation.
57. Dave very sweetly lends me his handkerchief when we reach the part where Aslan goes willingly to the Stone Table … I foolishly forgot to put any tissues in my handbag before I came out.
58. The person who lends money gets nearly as much interest from the former as he dares to take from the latter, and his money is much safer in the hands of the one set of people than in those of the other.
59. Although most of the market participants in the electricity futures market are local and regional power providers and suppliers, the futures contract lends itself to being traded by individual speculators as well.
60. This is a shame really - Cap spreads platform lends itself easily to our system, they are mostly fair with entries and as a whole I like doing business with them, but other things also came into our thought like this.
61. A private man who lends out his money to perhaps half a dozen or a dozen of debtors, may, either by himself or his agents, observe and inquire both constantly and carefully into the conduct and situation of each of them.
62. Since the selection of high-grade bonds has been shown to be in good part a process of exclusion, it lends itself reasonably well to the application of definite rules and standards designed to disqualify unsuitable issues.
63. On arriving at the house, Morrel was not even out of breath, for love lends wings to our desires; but Barrois, who had long forgotten what it was to love, was sorely fatigued by the expedition he had been constrained to use.
64. The star of the merchant of Venice, a Jewish money lender who lends the sum of 3000 ducats to the merchant Antonio under the condition that if he failed to pay, a pound of his own flesh should be taken as a substitute of payment.
65. Ames, lends two Millets, a beautiful Rousseau, The Valley of Tiffauge, Decamps’s splendid picture of an African about to sling a stone at a vulture sitting on some ruins, and the superbly painted dogs of Troyon’s Gardechasse.
66. This does not necessarily preclude, however, the potential for every individual to attain appropriate levels of honor and (self) esteem that sets the proper standards for others to follow; that is to say, lends character and dignity to that whole.
67. Brooke had gone into at one time, but that he was strikingly ready at seizing the points of the political situation, and dealing with them in that large spirit which, aided by adequate memory, lends itself to quotation and general effectiveness of treatment.
68. The revenue derived from labour is called wages; that derived from stock, by the person who manages or employs it, is called profit; that derived from it by the person who does not employ it himself, but lends it to another, is called the interest or the use of money.
69. It is certainly trying to a man's dignity to reappear when he is not expected to do so: a first farewell has pathos in it, but to come back for a second lends an opening to comedy, and it was possible even that there might be bitter sneers afloat about Will's motives for lingering.
70. Just imagine-the general keeps his mother-but she lends him money! She lends it for a week or ten days at very high interest! Isn’t it disgusting? And then, you would hardly believe it, but my mother—Nina Alexandrovna—helps Hippolyte in all sorts of ways, sends him money and clothes.
71. The same liberal patron of art also lends his unique piece of a walking lion, in silver, made in 1865 for a racing prize, and a plaster-proof of the little medallion of Milo of Crotona attacked by a Lion, executed by Barye in 1819 for the Prix de Rome competition at the École des Beaux-Arts.
72. A bank, indeed, which lends its money without the expense of stamped paper, or of attorneys' fees for drawing bonds and mortgages, and which accepts of repayment upon the easy terms of the banking companies of Scotland, would, no doubt, be a very convenient creditor to such traders and undertakers.
73. If the latter value is sufficiently in excess of the money loaned against it, he may be able to ignore the first or credit factor entirely, in the same way as a pawn-broker ignores the financial status of the individual to whom he lends money and is content to rely exclusively on the pledged property.
74. Sometimes, during the first months of the year, when her husband came to breakfast with her and tramped up and down the room, she would say to him a few religious words, always spoken with angelic sweetness, yet with the firmness of a woman to whom approaching death lends a courage she had lacked in life.
75. But a banking company, which lends money to perhaps five hundred different people, and of which the attention is continually occupied by objects of a very different kind, can have no regular information concerning the conduct and circumstances of the greater part of its debtors, beyond what its own books afford it.
76. Later in the evening, when they were making speeches, one of the more malignant of the Pharisees went so far as to criticize Jesus' conduct to Peter, saying: How dare you to teach that this man is righteous when he eats with publicans and sinners and thus lends his presence to such scenes of careless pleasure making.
77. They build fortresses, construct arsenals and ships, constantly manufacture arms, which after awhile have to be replaced by others, because science, which ought always to be directed toward the well-being of men, unfortunately lends its aid to works of destruction, invents at every instant new engines for killing great masses of men as rapidly as possible.
78. But a bank which lends money, perhaps to five hundred different people, the greater part of whom its directors can know very little about, is not likely to be more judicious in the choice of its debtors than a private person who lends out his money among a few people whom he knows, and in whose sober and frugal conduct he thinks he has good reason to confide.
79. It is natural for every man to love himself, and he needs no incentive thereto; to love his tribe, which lends both support and protection; to love his wife, the delight and comfort of his daily life; the children, who are his consolation and his future hope; his parents, who gave him life and cherished him,—all this, although not so intense as love of self, is natural and common to mankind.
80. And though my lord the duke is aware of it (for I have complained to him, not once but many and many a time, and entreated him to order the farmer to marry my daughter), he turns a deaf ear and will scarcely listen to me; the reason being that as the deceiver's father is so rich, and lends him money, and is constantly going security for his debts, he does not like to offend or annoy him in any way.
81. Life is not as unkind to the self-introspecting man as it is to a self-reflecting bull for it lends him the scope to contain the damages the vagaries of his habit occasions; but still, save a Gary Sobers, who said he never committed the same mistake twice, man fails to benefit from the let-offs of fate, and that only proves that man is more adept at thwarting the perils without but not at averting the banes within.
82. Here, as part of the group’s activity, Roger indulges his literary curiosity with a visit to Juliet’s house (for Romeo and Juliet supposedly lived in Verona), and Lucille satisfies her musical itch by going to the opera at the city’s majestic “Arena”, a centuries-old Roman amphitheater with a gigantic stage that lends itself to the massive numbers of persons and animals in the production of “Aida”, a frequent summer presentation.
83. I am aware of the existence of other people who have a similar likeness to me that confirms my own existence‖ (Freely adapted from Rene Descartes) The troubling assumption with most (nihilistic) existential thinkers is the idea that the universe is fundamentally evil; without purpose or meaning and that alienated Man must overcome the evil dynamics of Nature through his or her own (determined) efforts or by exercising Free Will that ironically lends force to conscious expression.
84. Principally, so much in the majority as to characterize it, men of affairs, country merchants, out-of-town visitors, with and without their womenkind, the New York audience to whom actor and clergyman alike make their appeal; while circling about in it, embroidered so to speak on its surface, is that other crowd—high fashion, artists, actors, distinguished visitors, wardmen, Bohemians, sporting people, thieves and confidence men—which also produces its effect, and lends its coloring and vivacity to the picture.
85. In good time, nevertheless, as the ardour of youth declines; as years and dumps increase; as reflection lends her solemn pauses; in short, as a general lassitude overtakes the sated Turk; then a love of ease and virtue supplants the love for maidens; our Ottoman enters upon the impotent, repentant, admonitory stage of life, forswears, disbands the harem, and grown to an exemplary, sulky old soul, goes about all alone among the meridians and parallels saying his prayers, and warning each young Leviathan from his amorous errors.
86. But, would the Hindu majority, recovering from the humiliation of a thousand years of alien rule, suffer a foreigner taking the capital seat of Hindustan? The Congressmen, and more so women, though seem not to mind, unmindful of the perils of having a person of foreign origin as the country’s Prime Minister! Wouldn’t every nation be a hostage of its own history that lends itself to color its people’s thinking towards the other countries and their peoples? Could an Israelite origin Prime Minister be objective in India’s ties with the Palestine? What about India’s relations with the Western world under the premiership of some naturalized Iranian or an Iraqi? Wouldn’t an Indian political head of Bangladeshi origin, nursing a grouse of his sister’s molestation by some Punjabi fauzis during the crisis in his parent country be tempted to settle scores with Pakistan with India’s military might? Why, could any such one be what he or she should be as India’s Prime Minister; without a native Indian at the helm of affairs, won’t India’s detractors exploit the handicaps of a foreign origin numero uno to jeopardize the Indian national interests?

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