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  1. Resolve them if you can.
  2. He could feel her resolve.
  3. To resolve the problem of.
  4. But my resolve remained stiff.
  5. For the resolve was not easy.

  6. He was amazed at her resolve.
  7. An insane resolve possessed me.
  8. He also repeated his resolve.
  9. Instantly my resolve was made.
  10. This is for Gareth to resolve.
  11. Resolve to bring change into.
  12. Resolve this day to be useful.
  13. He sees the resolve in her eyes.
  14. How can we resolve this?
  15. Resolve those that you are able.

  16. You will need that resolve, Mr.
  17. His resolve was now casehardened.
  18. How do we resolve that anomaly?
  19. His blows only fueled my resolve.
  20. When a resolve or a fine glow of.
  21. But that only steeled his resolve.
  22. Resolve to meet your fears head-on.
  23. He would have to keep his resolve.
  24. Now we have another thing to resolve.
  25. I sensed a new resolve in these two.

  26. To You I look to resolve what wasn't.
  27. He shall resolve many nations' suits.
  28. We still have an issue to resolve.
  29. The resolve was still raging in his.
  30. The elders will resolve it,’ I said.
  31. They shone with strength, with resolve.
  32. What was it? Clarity? Purpose? Resolve.
  33. She felt herself failing in her resolve.
  34. Resolve to know yourself today, and in.
  35. Yes, my resolve was definitely wavering.
  36. So the truly steadfast resolve is also.
  37. His resolve gave him strength and hand-.
  38. Nevertheless, you must resolve to pay it.
  39. Bael her face was a mask of stern resolve.
  40. He had seen this resolve in Deanna before.
  41. Now, those who should resolve the crisis.
  42. It will also help us to resolve problems.
  43. His resolve to help the travelers deepened.
  44. Cam watched the last of her resolve crumble.
  45. Matters will undoubtedly resolve themselves.
  46. So I can help to resolve it for you as well.
  47. Resolve and understanding passed through me.
  48. Such is the tsar's decree, such the resolve.
  49. For an instant Virginia’s resolve faltered.
  50. When it is accurate, it can resolve several.
  51. With a heart full of peace and resolve, she.
  52. Not only these but I was able to resolve to.
  53. He seemed to resolve some debate in his mind.
  54. Resolve is thrust from off the sacred throne.
  55. Stands in the foyer summoning all his resolve.
  56. So he took his resolve: to devote himself to M.
  57. Yes, only table talks can resolve these issues.
  58. He needed to find his own resolve to carry on.
  59. This energy and sense of resolve will lead to.
  60. We should have a strong resolve towards our aim.
  61. She showed to have a strong resolve to oppose.
  62. Either step forward and try to resolve things.
  63. Trickling desperation began eroding her resolve.
  64. I had the resolve therefore, I wanted to use it.
  65. Joel’s resolve was unwavering on this matter.
  66. But she had no time to resolve the contradiction.
  67. He believes he can resolve the king’s dilemma.
  68. It took a couple of days to resolve the problem.
  69. Hausser stared into her eyes but saw only resolve.
  70. I made this resolve at the age of fourteen years.
  71. The inability to resolve differences causes many.
  72. His resolve with her would be melted way before.
  73. He sensed the old man’s resolve and petulance.
  74. Resolve filled me as I considered the alternative.
  75. It took a while for Sam’s confusion to resolve.
  76. Elon chuckled, as his face lost its stoic resolve.
  77. For instance a board may resolve to borrow funds.
  78. He might need all of that resolve the way things.
  79. Do you not think better of him for his resolve?
  80. They’ve maintained that resolve to this very day.
  81. The purpose of it is to help resolve boot problems.
  82. I am hopeful that we can resolve this matter in a.
  83. An acquisition may be used to resolve the problem.
  84. But here she comes in person to resolve our doubts.
  85. Resolve to act intentionally and to live on purpose.
  86. Kay’s resolve weakened, and her shoulders slumped.
  87. We are here to resolve some minor sexual problems.
  88. He interrogated himself upon that settled resolve.
  89. Or, at the very least, I underestimated her resolve.
  90. The target of which is to increase the resolve and.
  91. There’s something about you that gives me resolve.
  92. And with new resolve, she gripped the blade proudly.
  93. I ponder how I can ever resolve his anger towards me.
  94. If that fails, it will attempt to resolve remote-host.
  95. Situations in his life resolve themselves toward the.
  96. BPPV tends to resolve without treatment within weeks.
  97. Camilla’s resolve to avoid an argument deserted her.
  98. She had accepted her new orders with military resolve.
  99. This can help future dings and resolve problems faster.
  100. Her awakening had given her the resolve to fight back.
  1. That the real test - the resolving.
  2. Giving up is not resolving conflict.
  3. Reason as a means of resolving conflict.
  4. What are you resolving to do (or not to do) in.
  5. Come on, she responded, with a resolving sigh.
  6. Resolving conflict is when negotiation comes into its own.
  7. Listen, mister, all I care about is resolving this issue as.
  8. You, O Krishn, are the most capable of fully resolving this.
  9. Resolving them can make a huge difference to your relationship(s).
  10. After resolving the subcontractor claims, for the next five years.
  11. We are intensely committed to resolving the oedipal complex and pre-.
  12. Not resolving personal issues creates conflict and tension in the body.
  13. Everything else, everything I wanted to hold on to, was resolving, too.
  14. Therefore, understanding potential risks to the buyer and resolving them.
  15. It was a smart way of resolving the inherent tactical weakness of a gateway.
  16. Why, Rose? she inquired brokenly, her childish mind resolving not to cry.
  17. Intent on resolving the mystery, he began to make his way toward them, only to.
  18. Should you need assistance resolving the issue, call us and we'll expedite the.
  19. Where could I possibly start resolving things when he is such a huge iliterate?
  20. It is really the Cosmos’s way of resolving old issues in the past relationship.
  21. It changes the intellect through resolving the oppressive system of complexities.
  22. After a while he exclaims, Ah! and the game makes several resolving chirps.
  23. Meeting a challenge and resolving it is to me the best part of a good day’s work.
  24. Switching attention and resolving interference: fMRI measures of executive functions.
  25. Blue fields resolving into overlapping squares, identical in weight, distinct in hue.
  26. You can meditate awake as well as sleeping by focusing and resolving the problem that.
  27. Intent on resolving the mystery, he began to make his way toward them, but instead he.
  28. Nicole could see that there was no resolving this with him; even the bits that she did.
  29. This is not a satisfactory method for resolving conflict and only has short-term benefits.
  30. He could see something rippling amongst the starred background, but nothing was resolving.
  31. This allows the pilot to fly the plane whilst others focus on resolving any other concerns.
  32. The illusionary-real dichotomy is a means of ordering belief, of resolving conflict, where.
  33. He was getting no closer to resolving the situation; he couldn’t even properly identify it.
  34. Learning to accept that it's happened, is a big step to resolving your feelings about the event.
  35. The procedures described in the following topics lead you through a process for resolving problems.
  36. Listen, mister, all I care about is resolving this issue as quickly and painlessly as possible.
  37. Resolving to move to a more affordable, commercial hotel as soon as possible, I dropped into the bath.
  38. You could engage the journey with God, of resolving those conflicts and shifting your belief systems.
  39. Alfie wiped his hands on his jeans afterwards, resolving to wash them at the first available opportunity.
  40. When it comes to resolving problems and issues, daughters in general don't want the solutions given to them.
  41. They love to reflectively project their own misery onto these endless tales… without ever resolving them.
  42. Bridget at the point of blushing bluffed that he did, resolving to talk to him about it as soon as she could.
  43. She clicked on the entry and the screen changed, resolving into an image that hit Kara right between the eyes.
  44. Moral of the story (there are probably many): negotiating is not a game, it is about resolving peoples’ needs.
  45. That means there’s a long list of potential expenses and time-consuming tasks involved in resolving the crime.
  46. Pierre unfolded his cold table napkin and, resolving to break the silence, looked at Natasha and at Princess Mary.
  47. Kitara fumed for all of five seconds and then she got to work on resolving all the issues that were now popping up.
  48. Pierre unfolded his cold table napkin and, resolving to break the silence, looked at Natásha and at Princess Mary.
  49. Resolving to return, or more accurately, hoping to return, he instructed the others to board the ship for departure.
  50. I press send and climb despondently back into bed, resolving to ask Christian about his relationship with that woman.
  51. He took a deep breath and slowly raised the blue eggs to his eyes, resolving to drop them at the first sign of trouble.
  52. At the question: Should they go abroad? the doctor plunged into deep meditation, as though resolving a weighty problem.
  53. Fraternity was prominent too, often mediating and resolving the disputes of others, as well as doing righteousness things.
  54. The nourishment from the bountiful meal was making a difference, and William was concentrating more on resolving his dilemma.
  55. Resolving on this, he promptly wrote a note to Rolandak, who had more than once sent to him with offers to buy horses from him.
  56. Resolving there and then not to ask him for them and not give him that satisfaction, I shall go meet his parents sans culottes.
  57. The process of resolving a DNS name into an IP address begins with the generation of a query by the resolver on the client system.
  58. When I promised to tame my monster, he told me I already had, just by acknowledging its existence, and resolving not to succumb to it.
  59. In this department of exegesis, as in so many others, God is supposed to be glorified by resolving all His promises into metaphorical unrealities.
  60. I also understand what a checkered record DS has for completing such investigations in a timely manner and resolving so-called derogatory information.
  61. Resolving to give the boy the best possible chance, she decided if possible to place him at Rushton's, that being one of the leading firms in the town.
  62. Other causes may include the seeking of attention from authorities or parents and resolving social issues such as bullying or lack of friends (Frey 2001).
  63. Resolving to discuss the matter with Lady Ashburn later in order to ascertain her actions, he nodded to induce the constable to continue with his narrative.
  64. He still found it difficult to understand how eccentric a machine of such awesome power could be, resolving to ignore most of what it said from then onwards.
  65. As a result, the DNS server receiving the query (which is called CZ1) will be responsible for resolving the DNS name and returning the results to the client.
  66. They comply with plans and strategy for scheduling meetings, establishing contacts, resolving disputes, and ensuring that all documents are completed on time.
  67. Lines of shading drawn in every direction, crossing each other and resolving themselves into tone effects, suggest atmosphere and the absence of surface form.
  68. Resolving conflict by force has limited shelf life and is of little value in the long term, and yet it is one of the most popular methods of conflict resolution.
  69. I packed up my chemical instruments and the materials I had collected, resolving to finish my labours in some obscure nook in the northern highlands of Scotland.
  70. Microsoft Windows NT networks, for example, use NetBIOS names to identify their systems and have their own mechanisms for resolving those names into IP addresses.
  71. They stood in silent embrace, each one coming to terms with what had happened and resolving never to wait so long again before taking action to sort out a problem.
  72. Most attorneys who represent accident victims take what’s called a contingent fee, which means that the lawyer’s fee depends on his success in resolving the 36.
  73. Mists swirled in the sphere, resolving themselves into billowing dust-clouds through which black figures rushed unrecognizably; steel glinted like lightning in the murk.
  74. Indeed, the whole commercial community are under great obligations to the Committee of Foreign Relations for their feeling and patriotism in resolving on that disclosure.
  75. In a commercial relationship there are many possible means of resolving conflict, but I don’t see most of these as applicable in an intimate personal relationship.
  76. Fortunately, the appellate courts just below the Supreme Court, called the United States Courts of Appeals, generally do an excellent job in resolving outstanding issues.
  77. Details of the implementation that should be specified exactly in the negotiated contract include the time line, deliverables, the sign-off procedure, and means of resolving disputes.
  78. Most attorneys who represent children injured in accident cases take what’s called a contingent fee, which means that the lawyer’s fee depends on his success in resolving the claim.
  79. Calling him a bloody bastard every time he pops into my head goes some way to resolving the issue of my feelings for him, but it’s much harder coming to terms with my utter stupidity.
  80. As we have become more and more enamored of personal independence there has been a corresponding propensity to resort to litigation as the preferred method for resolving our differences.
  81. When problems with the network occur, they have their own procedures for investigating, diagnosing, and resolving them, knowing that the cause is somewhere nearby if they can only find it.
  82. Thus resolving the issue of the optimal number of layers to be used in the selection procedure requires a compromise between striving for profit maximization and portfolio risk minimization.
  83. Virtually all TCP/IP networks use some form of friendly name for host systems and include a mechanism for resolving those names into the IP addresses needed to initiate communications between systems.
  84. While our intentions to help a person may be loving, we need wisdom to know whether our help will interfere with the results of their karma, and whereby the person then avoids resolving their personal issues.
  85. How we got out of the Slough and through the Wicket Gate by resolving to be good, and up the steep hill by trying, and that maybe the house over there, full of splendid things, is going to be our Palace Beautiful.
  86. In this expedition we did not intend to follow the great road to Edinburgh, but to visit Windsor, Oxford, Matlock, and the Cumberland lakes, resolving to arrive at the completion of this tour about the end of July.
  87. Come away, Impertinence, and don't shock my family by calling me names before their faces, answered Amy, resolving that there should be a home with a good wife in it before she set up a salon as a queen of society.
  88. Children would come in after traumatic experiences at home and the psychologists were far too busy trying to manage breakdowns and aggressive behaviour to be able to devote themselves to resolving underlying causes.
  89. Could he trust her? Could he give faith to someone he dreamt about his whole life but never saw until now? Resolving that he was out of options with his life, he lifted up his hand trying to take her translucent form into his.
  90. A well-order society requires the cooperation of all its citizens; that they work at resolving their differences in manner bounded by common goals, apart from common ideology, if that society hopes to flourish and sustain itself.
  91. Resolving out of the snow, like a picture tuned in on a television, were crenellated apartment buildings, yellow windows punched out of the darkness, powdered sugar shaking down over the layer-cake hotels down on Central Park South.
  92. But after a while, as he found that it became increasingly difficult to go through the exercise, he gave it up altogether, secretly resolving to wait until `Dad' had more work to do, so that he could have the porridge and milk again.
  93. She gave her an answer which marked her contempt, and instantly left the room, resolving that, whatever might be the inconvenience or expense of so sudden a removal, her beloved Elinor should not be exposed another week to such insinuations.
  94. Disappointed with his lack of success with his jokes, he crawls home to his lonely bed and then resolving to do something about his marriage, he drives around to the mother in law’s place in Brynhyfryd to where Di had decamped with the kids.
  95. And increasingly communication became erratic: the image losing clarity, pixellating to just noise and then resolving the surrounding star field that was now strangely distorted, similar to intense gravity waves except the graviton count was normal.
  96. David realised that this model of our universe within a bigger space – the fourth dimension – and its relationship with that fourth dimension was resolving many of the issues that philosophers, theologians and scientists are debating on a daily basis.
  97. Always too busy positioning and repositioning the warships in the armada and too busy with planetary heads of state and too busy resolving squabbles between planets and then the latest and most ludicrous—you ran off to this nowhere planet to chase a myth.
  98. If by this superhuman concentration you succeeded in converting or resolving the physical and higher energy universes with all their complexities into sheer ideas, he would then reach the causal world and stand on the borderline of fusion between mind and matter.
  99. I passed an hour in this state of mind, when suddenly I reflected how fearful the combat which I momentarily expected would be to my wife, and I earnestly entreated her to retire, resolving not to join her until I had obtained some knowledge as to the situation of my enemy.
  100. For a minute he was ruffled again at the mere thought of it, and then the fear that Meg would cry herself sick softened his heart, and sent him on at a quicker pace, resolving to be calm and kind, but firm, quite firm, and show her where she had failed in her duty to her spouse.
  1. She resolved to try it.
  2. I resolved to listen to.
  3. The Problem to Be Resolved.
  4. Old issues can be resolved.
  5. I resolved to speak to her.
  6. Doubts need to be resolved.
  7. I resolved to encourage him.
  8. She resolved to say nothing.
  9. He resolved to tell her all.
  10. I resolved to join the Wits.
  11. I resolved to spend only half.
  12. I resolved to wait and observe.
  13. He was resolved not to tell her.
  14. He resolved to quit the convent.
  15. So that’s what I resolved to do.
  16. He resolved to disappear forever.
  17. Nothing had really been resolved.
  18. Has the situation been resolved?
  19. I resolved to become more involved.
  20. It was resolved to act with energy.
  21. I then resolved my heart to tear;.
  22. She was resolved not to ask how Mr.
  23. Because the issue is not resolved.
  24. They resolved to wait and be patient.
  25. I am resolved to desert me, viscount.
  26. The matter must have been resolved.
  27. It was resolved the same day, I think.
  28. I resolved to give less away in future.
  29. All problems are organized and resolved.
  30. And early they went, resolved in intent.
  31. He resolved not to move again, in case.
  32. She resolved to let him get whipped on.
  33. But today he was resolved to have it out.
  34. This again? I thought we resolved this.
  35. Thus have the authors of her woe resolved.
  36. He had issues that needed to be resolved.
  37. So I resolved to take you away and I did.
  38. He suddenly stopped and resolved to go in.
  39. Are you still resolved to accompany me?
  40. So well conceived but it must be resolved.
  41. If the demand is money it can be resolved.
  42. He resolved to talk to Ulbrickson about it.
  43. I felt resolved that he should speak first.
  44. Family financial disputes will be resolved.
  45. And so, almost resolved upon some action, Mr.
  46. All the warriors were resolved to bring the.
  47. But he'd have to lump it, resolved Rafferty.
  48. Career issues will only be resolved by time.
  49. These contradictions could not be resolved.
  50. Andrei had resolved not to look me in the eye.
  51. Whether the Zimbabwe debacle can be resolved.
  52. Everyone thought that the issue was resolved.
  53. I then resolved to go up to him at all risks.
  54. Julie hesitated, and resolved to take counsel.
  55. The scattered grain, and thievishly resolved.
  56. The ‘situation’ here is not yet resolved.
  57. Resolved, That this bill pass with amendments.
  58. Then the problem would be completely resolved.
  59. Sir Thomas resolved to speak seriously to her.
  60. This whole situation is quite easily resolved.
  61. He wished everything, but resolved on nothing.
  62. It was unanimously resolved in the affirmative.
  63. They resolved to follow in the same direction.
  64. Nothing got resolved and Vic fired up another.
  65. At four-thirty, she resolved to find a public.
  66. Grateful for this, Ann resolved that his pipe.
  67. My mind was resolved, but my heart was shredded.
  68. Not all positions get resolved on expiration day.
  69. He had resolved from the first to tell her two.
  70. He resolved he would take a chance with destiny.
  71. Well, you two had better get it resolved soon.
  72. The Bible has to be resolved as a Book of Truth.
  73. I resolved to follow, in part, Zourine’s advice.
  74. This beef hasn’t been resolved for a year now.
  75. By the time he got home he had resolved to start.
  76. He resolved to tell her everything now—at once.
  77. What agony was this! And the man seemed resolved.
  78. I therefore resolved to commit myself no further.
  79. She resolved to speak and respond to only English.
  80. Whether the land issue can be resolved peacefully.
  81. So I resolved that wanting something is not enough.
  82. And resolved in the affirmative—yeas 118, nays, 2.
  83. Henriette resolved that she would not die a virgin.
  84. Had lunch with Sheena and resolved all our problems.
  85. And are you still resolved to run away from him?
  86. Resolved, That this resolution pass with amendments.
  87. You know I had resolved on a divorce, and had even.
  88. Having done this, Sanderson resolved to try out the.
  89. She resolved to do something about it there and then.
  90. I resolved then and there to study out a new course.
  91. So she resolved not to dance to their tune for once.
  92. Israel had a big problem that needed to be resolved.
  93. He resolved to give it a try the first chance he got.
  94. Franz resolved to wait for Albert as late as possible.
  95. On the whole, I resolved to leave the Avenger behind.
  96. It was resolved in the affirmative—yeas 96, nays 26.
  97. I thought we resolved everything yesterday at my dorm.
  98. The other three are years away from being resolved.
  99. So it was resolved that this bill pass with amendments.
  100. I’ll do it, I resolved: and having framed this.
  1. How this resolves is up to you.
  2. She resolves to help them decide.
  3. This figure in turn resolves into.
  4. He is also the final verdict that resolves all dis-.
  5. It resolves neither issue for us one way or the other.
  6. Krishn resolves Arjun's doubt by telling him that they.
  7. This generally resolves itself after the first 10 years of age.
  8. The Tibetan Youth Congress convenes, and resolves to implement.
  9. He resolves all tongues into his own and bestows it upon men, and.
  10. That part which resolves itself into rent is less affected by them.
  11. The price of flax resolves itself into the same three parts as that of corn.
  12. Another example is the husband who resolves to stop being a ‘taxi service’ (‘Parent’).
  13. Take for example the wife who resolves to stop being a full-time house wife (‘Child’ state – i.
  14. The tranced ship indolently rolls; the drowsy trade winds blow; everything resolves you into languor.
  15. So here they were, gathered the next Thursday for Round 2, and while tempers had cooled, resolves had not.
  16. Openness to letting life unfold and, in a sense, dancing with it, usually resolves most mysteries sooner or later.
  17. Then the Captain knows that Jonah is a fugitive; but at the same time resolves to help a flight that paves its rear with gold.
  18. This is a case where the longer range on the daily chart resolves into a simple continuation pattern on the higher time frame.
  19. Using this sort of terminology rarely resolves conflict, nor does it help you get the outcome that you desire, which is more important.
  20. But even if his resolves had forced the two images into combination, the useful preliminaries to that hard change were not visibly within reach.
  21. Bruno’s father, afraid that his family may discover about his actual job, resolves to send them away to another place till the end of Second World War.
  22. And by a sad contradiction Dorothea's ideas and resolves seemed like melting ice floating and lost in the warm flood of which they had been but another form.
  23. It is the price which affords nothing to the landlord, of which rent makes not any component part, but which resolves itself altogether into wages and profit.
  24. Music to my ears is when something is considered dead money and people say, It looks okay, but I'll come back to it later when this or that issue resolves itself.
  25. Often this happens due to some disturbance or financial crisis, but once the changes are made the crisis resolves itself and the finances should be better than before.
  26. It is true, Lydgate had the counter-idea of remaining unengaged; but this was a mere negative, a shadow east by other resolves which themselves were capable of shrinking.
  27. Absolutely, this is a clear evidence of that the one who resolves the disagreement existing between the Jews and the Christians is their messenger, our Master Jesus (cpth).
  28. INSP holds above all of its moving averages following the pocket pivot as it moves tightly sideways and eventually resolves in a gap-up base breakout at the end of November 1998.
  29. Labour measures the value, not only of that part of price which resolves itself into labour, but of that which resolves itself into rent, and of that which resolves itself into profit.
  30. If this be the true construction of the constitution respecting the recharter of the bank, the question merely resolves itself into an inquiry how far such a measure is at present expedient.
  31. The importance of the short term trend is that it is within this context that the specialist resolves his day to day inventory problems with his intermediate and long term objectives always in view.
  32. As any particular commodity comes to be more manufactured, that part of the price which resolves itself into wages and profit, comes to be greater in proportion to that which resolves itself into rent.
  33. If youth is the season of hope, it is often so only in the sense that our elders are hopeful about us; for no age is so apt as youth to think its emotions, partings, and resolves are the last of their kind.
  34. The increase in the wages of labour necessarily increases the price of many commodities, by increasing that part of it which resolves itself into wages, and so far tends to diminish their consumption, both at home and abroad.
  35. Though the price of the corn, therefore, may pay the price as well as the maintenance of the horse, the whole price still resolves itself, either immediately or ultimately, into the same three parts of rent, labour, and profit.
  36. Such commodities may continue for whole centuries together to be sold at this high price ; and that part of it which resolves itself into the rent of land, is in this case the part which is generally paid above its natural rate.
  37. I shall be able to write much that I could not say, and shall be giving her time for reflection before she resolves on her answer, and I am less afraid of the result of reflection than of an immediate hasty impulse; I think I am.
  38. The value which the workmen add to the materials, therefore, resolves itself in this case into two parts, of which the one pays their wages, the other the profits of their employer upon the whole stock of materials and wages which he advanced.
  39. Charles Shepherd could safely be indefatigable, bold, grasping, and greedy of gain, like a man who resolves to snatch his fortune quibus cumque viis, and makes haste to have done with villany, that he may spend the rest of his life as an honest man.
  40. This will nearly always get better within a few weeks, but will obviously cause your partner to want to go very careful of this area whilst it resolves itself, and therefore it may put her off of anything that could potentially cause her further pain.
  41. If the purpose of food is nourishment and the purpose of marriage is the family, the whole question resolves itself into not eating more than one can digest, and not having more wives or husbands than are needed for the family- that is, one wife or one husband.
  42. In the most improved societies, however, there are always a few commodities of which the price resolves itself into two parts only the wages of labour, and the profits of stock ; and a still smaller number, in which it consists altogether in the wages of labour.
  43. If the purpose of food is nourishment and the purpose of marriage is the family, the whole question resolves itself into not eating more than one can digest, and not having more wives or husbands than are needed for the family—that is, one wife or one husband.
  44. In every society, the price of every commodity finally resolves itself into some one or other, or all of those three parts ; and in every improved society, all the three enter, more or less, as component parts, into the price of the far greater part of commodities.
  45. Aha! Now did the Mistress o’ the House suspect why those Spoons had ne’er been found, an’ now did Jealousy infest her Heart! Oho—thought she—me Maid hath not slept in her Bed! Oho, she hath been with me Husband! Whereupon, she resolves to catch the Lovers at their Game an’ nail ’em, as ’twere, to the Cross.
  46. And it has a tendency to cast a sort of ridicule on our proceedings, when this august assembly resolves itself into a Committee of the Whole on the state of the Union, and resolves that the Message shall be referred to such and such committees; and would induce shallow observers to believe that in fact there is little or no use for such a committee.
  47. Paley, a common authority with many on moral questions, in his chapter on the "Duty of Submission to Civil Government," resolves all civil obligation into expediency; and he proceeds to say that "so long as the interest of the whole society requires it, that is, so long as the established government cannot be resisted or changed without public inconveniency, it is the will of God.
  48. It had not been acted upon before, or since the Revolution—this is a new mode of raising an army; were gentlemen prepared to adopt this new principle? Although by the resolves of the Congress of 1776, minors could be enlisted, yet apprentices were exempted—and if any were enlisted, yet, on proper application, they were discharged, unless it could be shown the enlistment was with the consent of their masters or guardians.
  49. As the price or exchangeable value of every particular commodity, taken separately, resolves itself into some one or other, or all of those three parts ; so that of all the commodities which compose the whole annual produce of the labour of every country, taken complexly, must resolve itself into the same three parts, and be parcelled out among different inhabitants of the country, either as the wages of their labour, the profits of their stock, or the rent of their land.
  50. When you play with the children on these streets, do you teach cooperative play or practice winner-take-all competition? Is the play organized sports policed by adults, spontaneous play created, disputed and resolved by children, or is it a show-and-brag hauling of the latest technological playmates – a my toy can beat up your toy Ultimate Fighting competition? Play resolves conflict without victor, but where the game that ends without loser? Where the game without prize? With every trophy an arms race of accessories to be the best x of the street, team, nation, world.
  51. The reason is not found in a calculation of consequences in the external world, nor in any supposed counterweight of pain or terror in a finite being, that must be placed vicariously in the lightened scale of forgiveness; but in the heights and depths of the Godhead alone; in the holiness which abhors evil; in the rectitude which intensely loves the law; in the wisdom which must demonstrate that the Salvation of Sinners is no easy process; and in the boundless grace which resolves to endure all that sin and sinners can inflict, as a demonstration of the impossibility there is, even for Omnipotence, to save by an arbitrary act, without a 'ransom’ and a sacrifice.

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