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1. What a fucking retard.
2. I always wanted to be a retard anyhow.
3. Because you got that retard strength.
4. Combination of reduce water and retard set.
5. What about him? He’s a retard, you know.
6. Nice and simple – even a retard can manage that.
7. Nah, fuck it! The retard ain’t worth the trouble.
8. The retard just says Noo and keeps on sweeping.
9. Because you just said, "you always wanted to be a retard!".
10. No way, you retard! Where will we hide that stinky log of.
11. I really don't get what she see's in him he is a total retard.
12. All that they are able to do is to retard the hour of dissolution.
13. We have to be sensitive in order to detect changes and deviations that retard our progress.
14. I acknowledge that it would affect the sovereignty of the country and retard its prosperity.
15. Rather, counteractive karma tends to interrupt, weaken, and retard the fruition of reproductive karma.
16. A Christian cannot help being free, because in the pursuit and attainment of his object no one can either hinder or retard him.
17. You have been Lord Southerton for the last six weeks, but we feared that it would retard your recovery if you were to learn it.
18. This ballast, though at first it seems to be superfluous and even to retard the ship's motion, is a necessary condition of its regular motion.
19. Not caring to suggest significance in her absence by questioning the servants, he waited in the salon without giving orders to retard the dinner.
20. The aperture was already sufficiently large for him to enter, but by waiting, he could still cling to hope, and retard the certainty of deception.
21. The wars of the great king not only did not retard the progress of the arts and sciences, but, on the contrary, seemed to aid and foster their development.
22. But it is possible only within certain limits to retain the old and retard the new, just as running water can be held back by a dam only within certain limits.
23. We are told, I presume to retard this measure, that the limits are in dispute, and that, if made a State, they cannot afterwards be settled by the United States.
24. A severe cold of a few days' duration in March may very much retard the opening of the former ponds, while the temperature of Walden increases almost uninterruptedly.
25. Such successive reductions of the tax, however, though they may not prevent altogether, must certainly retard, more or less, the rise of the value of silver in the European market.
26. He said he would act liberally with her in this respect; and, he believed, considering Great Britain now at war, and the United States at peace, it would rather accelerate than retard the expected negotiation.
27. The government and the ruling classes try with all their strength to retain that old public opinion of patriotism, on which their power is based, and to retard the manifestation of the new, which will destroy it.
28. Just in the same way all humanity may cease to do what it regards as wrong, but far from being able to change, it cannot even retard for a time the continual growth of a clearer recognition of what is wrong and therefore ought not to be.
29. In the official note from Count Champagny to General Armstrong, of the 22d of August, 1809, we have this declaration: A place is not truly blockaded until it is invested by land and by sea; it is blockaded to prevent it from receiving the succors which might retard its surrender.
30. Reina shook his head and shouted at his guard, You fucking retard I have looked out for you all this time and now you turn your back on me… You are nothing but a dog that looks in the garbage bins for your food, and he glared at the guard who looked at the other guard and ignored his former employer.
31. The latter did not, however, so much regret this circumstance, as it might enable him to retard the speed of the party; for he still turned his longing looks in the direction of Fort Edward, in the vain expectation of catching some sound from that quarter of the forest, which might denote the approach of succor.
32. If, however, an isolated area be very small, either from being surrounded by barriers, or from having very peculiar physical conditions, the total number of the inhabitants will be small; and this will retard the production of new species through natural selection, by decreasing the chances of favourable variations arising.
33. But I believe, if any thing could retard or eventually destroy it—if any thing could strangle in the cradle the infant Hercules of the American Navy—it would be the very injudicious mode in which that power has been attempted to be prematurely brought into action, and kept in action, during the two last administrations.
34. Those who have surplus wealth give millions every year which produce more evil than good, and really retard the progress of the people, because most of the forms in vogue to-day for benefiting mankind only tend to spread among the poor a spirit of dependence upon alms, when what is essential for progress is that they should be inspired to depend upon their own exertions.
35. That genetic retard, that-hen pecked husband of a freak with his massive inferiority complex and his massive stupidity and stubbornness, and his willingness to ignore all facts and reality in his fucking attempt to ‘keep up personal appearances’ signed his own death warrant and committed political suicide when he decided to take over the running of the war and his army personally.
36. Franz, who had mutely interrogated the countess, and received from her a gracious smile in token that he would be welcome, sought not to retard the gratification of Albert's eager impatience, but began at once the tour of the house, closely followed by Albert, who availed himself of the few minutes required to reach the opposite side of the theatre to settle the height and smoothness of his collar, and to arrange the lappets of his coat.
37. In each of those periods, however, there was not only much private and public profusion, many expensive and unnecessary wars, great perversion of the annual produce from maintaining productive to maintain unproductive hands; but sometimes, in the confusion of civil discord, such absolute waste and destruction of stock, as might be supposed, not only to retard, as it certainly did, the natural accumulation of riches, but to have left the country, at the end of the period, poorer than at the beginning.
38. Were the Americans, either by combination, or by any other sort of violence, to stop the importation of European manufactures, and, by thus giving a monopoly to such of their own countrymen as could manufacture the like goods, divert any considerable part of their capital into this employment, they would retard, instead of accelerating, the further increase in the value of their annual produce, and would obstruct, instead of promoting, the progress of their country towards real wealth and greatness.
39. She might at least be mistress of her own gait; walk with short, feverish little steps or retard her pace to keep harmony with her alternate rapid or halting reflections, for her mind, as she walked, went back over the past six months of her married life with a persistence, a clearness, that denoted how important were the details, how ineffaceable were the marks her experiences had made upon her, how intensely she felt what she had lived, how seriously she had taken life, how absorbed she was in the man to whom she had attached herself—how desperately she loved her husband.
40. He is condemned to that terrible interment, long, infallible, implacable, which it is impossible to either retard or hasten, which lasts for hours, which will not come to an end, which seizes you erect, free, in the flush of health, which drags you down by the feet, which, at every effort that you attempt, at every shout that you utter, draws you a little lower, which has the air of punishing you for your resistance by a redoubled grasp, which forces a man to return slowly to earth, while leaving him time to survey the horizon, the trees, the verdant country, the smoke of the villages on the plain, the sails of the ships on the sea, the birds which fly and sing, the sun and the sky.
41. The External Life of Christian Peoples Remains Pagan Though they are Penetrated by Christian Consciousness—The Way Out of this Contradiction is by the Acceptance of the Christian Theory of Life—Only Through Christianity is Every Man Free, and Emancipated of All Human Authority—This Emancipation can be Effected by no Change in External Conditions of Life, but Only by a Change in the Conception of Life—The Christian Ideal of Life Requires Renunciation of all Violence, and in Emancipating the Man who Accepts it, Emancipates the Whole World from All External Authorities—The Way Out of the Present Apparently Hopeless Position is for Every Man who is Capable of Assimilating the Christian Conception of Life, to Accept it and Live in Accordance with it—But Men Consider this Way too Slow, and Look for Deliverance Through Changes in Material Conditions of Life Aided by Government—That Will Lead to No Improvement, as it is simply Increasing the Evil under which Men are Suffering—A Striking Instance of this is the Submission to Compulsory Military Service, which it would be More Advantageous for Every Man to Refuse than to Submit to—The Emancipation of Men Can Only be Brought About by each Individual Emancipating Himself, and the Examples of this Self-emancipation which are already Appearing Threaten the Destruction of Governmental Authority—Refusal to Comply with the Unchristian Demands of Government Undermines the Authority of the State and Emancipates Men—And therefore Cases of such Non-compliance are Regarded with more Dread by State Authorities than any Conspiracies or Acts of Violence—Examples of Non-compliance in Russia, in Regard to Oath of Allegiance, Payment of Taxes, Passports, Police Duties, and Military Service—Examples of such Non-compliance in other States—Governments do not Know how to Treat Men who Refuse to Comply with their Demands on Christian Grounds—Such People, without Striking a Blow, Undermine the very Basis of Government from Within—To Punish them is Equivalent to Openly Renouncing Christianity, and Assisting in Diffusing the Very Principle by which these Men Justify their Non-compliance—So Governments are in a Helpless Position—Men who Maintain the Uselessness of Personal Independence, only Retard the Dissolution of the Present State Organization Based on Force.
1. In technological practice in some cases there is a necessity in retarding admixtures.
2. The group forming material might not produce gravity that would inflict movement retarding on us humans but it condenses light into the oblivious and that is what a Black Hole does.
3. His right hand was coming around towards the handle of his Colt Navy pistol but once again he had the sensation of being under water, with the fluid retarding his movements to draw his weapon.
4. Just as slavish, mindless adherence to Aristotelian and Christian tradition retarded the progress of science for centuries, so too is the false doctrine of materialism retarding the progress of science at the present time.
5. This means consists in retarding the spiritual development of men and maintaining them with all kinds of suggestions in a concept of life which humanity has already outlived, and on which the power of the governments is based.
6. The monopoly, therefore, hurts the interest of the landlord two different ways, by retarding the natural increase, first, of his rent, and, secondly, of the price which he would get for his land, in proportion to the rent which it affords.
7. It consists in retarding the spiritual development of men, and, by means of various suggestions, influencing them to cling to the theory of life which mankind has already left behind, and upon which rests the foundation of governmental authority.
8. Some Chinese and Soviet soldiers were running among the vehicles, intent on driving out of the airstrike area, as the bombers overflew them at an altitude of merely 200 meters while releasing a string of 500-pound bombs equipped with retarding tails.
9. At this moment Derick was in the act of pitching his lamp-feeder at the advancing boats, and also his oil-can; perhaps with the double view of retarding his rivals' way, and at the same time economically accelerating his own by the momentary impetus of the backward toss.
10. It is these considerations, combined with those terrible implements of war which are at the disposal of modern science, that are retarding the moment of the declaration of war and are maintaining the existing temporary order of things, which might be prolonged for an indefinite time, if it were not for those terrible expenses that oppress the European nations and threaten to bring them to no lesser calamities than those which are produced by war.
11. But that Herschel, for example, who "broke the barriers of the heavens"—did he not once play a provincial church-organ, and give music-lessons to stumbling pianists? Each of those Shining Ones had to walk on the earth among neighbors who perhaps thought much more of his gait and his garments than of anything which was to give him a title to everlasting fame: each of them had his little local personal history sprinkled with small temptations and sordid cares, which made the retarding friction of his course towards final companionship with the immortals.
12. Here, then, lies the great art: to make a little render to success the sound of a catastrophe in order that those who profit by it may tremble from it also, to season with fear every step that is taken, to augment the curve of the transition to the point of retarding progress, to dull that aurora, to denounce and retrench the harshness of enthusiasm, to cut all angles and nails, to wad triumph, to muffle up right, to envelop the giant-people in flannel, and to put it to bed very speedily, to impose a diet on that excess of health, to put Hercules on the treatment of a convalescent, to dilute the event with the expedient, to offer to spirits thirsting for the ideal that nectar thinned out with a potion, to take one's precautions against too much success, to garnish the revolution with a shade.
1. I thought she was retarded.
2. The progress of the world is retarded.
3. Balder did have a severely retarded son.
4. Keeping a retarded child at home is difficult.
5. She has helped me so much in my work with the retarded.
6. Progress is retarded when decisions are procrastinated.
7. Roughly 85 percent of the mentally retarded population is.
8. Furthermore, he was slightly retarded and suffered from a.
9. The second case involves a 15 year-old retarded girl living.
10. Qs, and our lack of knowledge, we are like retarded children.
11. My sister Rosemary is retarded; my son lost his leg to cancer.
12. The result would often be greatly retarded by free intercrossing.
13. His march, far from being retarded by his singing, was accelerated.
14. Molly looked like the biggest, most retarded Red Sox fan in the world.
15. But no guy in this school wants to date a girl he thinks is retarded.
16. Technology has advanced our communication and retarded normal conversations.
17. But we've retarded 'em by not using 'em in the ways they're domesticated for.
18. She couldn’t even imagine herself existing with retarded telepathic ability.
19. When would it be time to go home? Not back to the Block's retarded guesthouse.
20. Perhaps there was just something in the air of the Gangetic plain that retarded growth.
21. In hindsight one can note that mail subsidies actually retarded progress and innovation.
22. US control of these nations also retarded local democracy and self sufficient economies.
23. But here were two major mistakes in a row, and all because of a child, a retarded child.
24. David Walsh is about as qualified to run the agency as a retarded ape – but, he is an.
25. We don‘t have to be retarded children in the universe when we have use of the Higher Self.
26. I’ve often wondered if she was slightly retarded or had a learning disability or something.
27. The sudden movement of the army corps into the narrow trail retarded Lawton for several hours.
28. Jeff scratched his butt and looked over to Melvin who was grinning like a retarded child molester.
29. I already feel exasperated, as I am also in bad company: Helen Tandoulou and her retarded brother.
30. He also noted a decision of Oliver Wendel Holmes that allowed the sterilization of a retarded women.
31. Their progress down the road to town was naturally retarded considerably for the length of the fencing.
32. A paradox in life with an intuition that switches between retarded and astonishing at the drop of a hat.
33. Are you retarded? Why did you call the cops? In a business like this, we don't want them sniffing around.
34. An interesting dilemma is walking by a retarded man fishing in a pond that you know unequivocally has no fish.
35. Fortunately, the soil, which was light and wet with the winter rains, clogged the wheels and retarded its speed.
36. Virginia, a case involving the death penalty for the mentally retarded, Justice John Paul Stevens wrote for the Court.
37. She has sense enough not to buy any of those cute paper cutout ghosts with smiley-faces or jack-o-lanterns with toothless, retarded grins.
38. He didn’t have to tell the world that he had a retarded sister in order to support that legislation, and yet he didn’t [support] it.
39. When another customer came in the door, and said, ‘Hi, Davy,’ to the retarded man at the head of the line, it was really a kind of déjà vu.
40. The part-telepathics were the problem as they were considered retarded in the telepathic community and schizophrenic in the non-telepathic community.
41. You see, after nearly three years as a teacher, I was promoted to the post of assistant inspector of the London Council schools for retarded children.
42. But though the profusion of government must undoubtedly have retarded the natural progress of England towards wealth and improvement, it has not been able to stop it.
43. A Christian cannot be anything else but free, because the attainment of the end which he has set before himself cannot be retarded or detained by any one or anything.
44. Beginning with the end of the last century, almost every forward step of humanity has not only not been encouraged by the government, but has always been retarded by it.
45. The phone lay in his hand, its shrill tone mesmerising his tired brain as the hardware vibrated against his palm, his reflexes too retarded to instantly react to its call.
46. A storm, which commenced on the 22d, as rapidly retarded the progress of vegetation as it was before accelerated, and the remainder of the month was gloomy and uncomfortable.
47. Medicaid pays for medically necessary nursing home care for patients in skilled or intermediate care nursing homes or in intermediate care facilities for the mentally retarded.
48. That at least was the point of view of Colonel Aureliano Buendía, for whom Remedios the Beauty was in no way mentally retarded, as was generally believed, but quite the opposite.
49. He observes in a footnote that within the world community, the imposition of the death penalty for crimes committed by mentally retarded offenders is overwhelmingly disapproved.
50. The progress of the linen manufacture of Great Britain, it is commonly said, has been a good deal retarded by the drawbacks upon the re-exportation of German linen to the American colonies.
51. For instance, I was presented with a hypothetical case of a teenage, mentally retarded, and sexually active women brought in by her mother requesting a permanent sterilization for her daughter.
52. It is highly probable, however, that a comparatively small quantity of the coal is consumed, as the combustion must be greatly retarded by the absence of a sufficient portion of atmospheric air.
53. The Supreme Court, by a six to three margin, recently ruled that the mentally retarded could not be subject to the Death Penalty on the basis of ―evolving standards of decency‖, whatever that means.
54. Remedios the Beauty, who seemed indifferent to everything and who was thought to be mentally retarded, was not insensitive to so much devo-tion and she intervened in Colonel Gerineldo Már-quez’s favor.
55. Even the oppression of the exclusive company, to which it was for some time subjected with all the other colonies of France, though it no doubt retarded, had not been able to stop its progress altogether.
56. At least the barbaric Germans, who declared war against the entire world, against all of humanity, not only murdered Jews, but also murdered Poles, priests, gypsies, the mentally retarded and homosexuals.
57. Said Jesus: My friend, arise! Stand up like a man! You may be surrounded with small enemies and be retarded by many obstacles, but the big things and the real things of this world and the universe are on your side.
58. Nevertheless, he stuck to their wake, though indeed their back water must have retarded him, because the white-bone or swell at his broad muzzle was a dashed one, like the swell formed when two hostile currents meet.
59. Think of that Hand which could turn you from semen into perfect man within few months so that Its creation was not retarded nor will It be preceded in performing the creation and forming man within his appointed term.
60. During the fall of 1962, just before the highly anticipated President’s Panel on Mental Retardation report was due, the Saturday Evening Post published an article written by Eunice entitled Hope for Retarded Children.
61. Just as slavish, mindless adherence to Aristotelian and Christian tradition retarded the progress of science for centuries, so too is the false doctrine of materialism retarding the progress of science at the present time.
62. To understand how mentally retarded savants can do such complex calculations subconsciously, Darold Treffert says, we need to examine one of the oldest, least-evolved regions of the brain: the primitive storehouse of memory.
63. It would not only have reduced the actual value of the greater part of the lands in the kingdom, but by reducing the price of the most important species of small cattle, it would have retarded very much its subsequent improvement.
64. Less than a month later, the publication of the National Association for Retarded Children, Children Limited, revealed in a photo caption that the President elect has a mentally retarded sister who is in an institution in Wisconsin.
65. The crusades, too, though, by the great waste of stock and destruction of inhabitants which they occasioned, they must necessarily have retarded the progress of the greater part of Europe, were extremely favourable to that of some Italian cities.
66. The fact of Rosemary’s intellectual disabilities—but not the lobotomy—was known to the small circle of advocates, many of them parents and siblings of the disabled, who belonged to the Massachusetts chapter of the National Association for Retarded Children.
67. The word retarded is a legitimate term to be used in reference to any form of retarded development, whether we are referring to physically retarded development, a retarded spark in a distributor, spiritual retardation, educational retardation, or mental retardation.
68. Small amounts of mercury are okay though, because that means a person can have some really cool looking mutant retarded kids to sell to a sideshow or, if the person doesn’t need the money, he or she can just lock the kids in the cellar and bring them out at parties.
69. This universal watchfulness not only stopped him on the highway twenty times in a stage, but retarded his progress twenty times in a day, by riding after him and taking him back, riding before him and stopping him by anticipation, riding with him and keeping him in charge.
70. Once their wing pylons were emptied of napalm canisters, the fourteen A-3Ns also made wide turns around the camp areas, giving space for the heavy hitters of the strike force: two Northrop YB-50 CONDOR heavy bombers, each loaded with 256 500-pound retarded general purpose bombs.
71. The former could play Field's concertos and Beethoven's sonatas excellently, whereas the latter indulged in variations and waltzes, retarded the time, and used the pedals continuously—not to mention the fact that, before she began, she invariably struck three chords in arpeggio.
72. Julia was flipping on the arming switches of her 32 500-pound retarded bombs and selecting fast ripple release mode when the FIRE CAN signal, which had lost them for a moment, caught back with them: one Soviet radar technician out there was definitely on the ball this early morning.
73. In all such cases—and many could be given—if the age for reproduction were retarded, the character of the species, at least in its adult state, would be modified; nor is it improbable that the previous and earlier stages of development would in some cases be hurried through and finally lost.
74. Rare species, and each species will become rare if the number of species in any country becomes indefinitely increased, will, on the principal often explained, present within a given period few favourable variations; consequently, the process of giving birth to new specific forms would thus be retarded.
75. In some cases, as we shall hereafter see, lowly organised forms appear to have been preserved to the present day, from inhabiting confined or peculiar stations, where they have been subjected to less severe competition, and where their scanty numbers have retarded the chance of favourable variations arising.
76. In 1967 they wanted men to change, so they started making men look retarded on TV; and all of a sudden the main characters on TV were: Archie Bunker; Homer Simpson; Hank (the guy from the King of the Hill - of you weren't my son, I think I'd hug you - that guy); Al Bundy (from Married with Children); Kevin James (from King of Queens).
77. What this did: was that the monkeys and apes that survived the holocausts of burning fire and black smoke for 25 million years… came to recognize this glittering material called FLINT: and worshipped it: because the undead bird-reptile unseen entities hiding inside them: found these shining and glittering things after an eruption as part of what the volcano spewed out… inordinately appealing, because retarded birdbrains are attracted to shiny objects.
78. They loaded the public revenue with a very considerable expense: they imposed a very heavy tax upon the whole body of the people ; but they did not, in any sensible degree, increase the real value of their own commodity; and by lowering somewhat the real value of silver, they discouraged, in some degree, the general industry of the country, and, instead of advancing, retarded more or less the improvement of their own lands, which necessarily depend upon the general industry of the country.
79. Moore wrote that he hoped to enable the retarded child to become a happy and useful member of society by placing him [sic] in an environment where the soothing and uplifting influence of religion will be constantly affecting him; where guided by this influence, he may develop right habits; where he can adjust himself as easily and happily as possible to the situations that arise; and where he can learn, if necessary, to become self-supporting through the achievement of work that is both interesting to himself and useful to others.
80. And how does he justify and prove this? By searching the world for the dumbest black African witch doctor: a blind African imbecile even more idiotic than that mental imbecile Reverend Tutu: with the same thick glasses and brain-deadened speech of a retarded mongoloid idiot… to support his idiocy about alien reptiles merging with humans thousands of years ago; sanctifying the oldest most evil culture in the world: the ignorant superstitious crap of African witch doctors? No: the moronic drooling of the stupidest blindest witch-doctor in all of Africa.
81. But giving us no time to consider the dimensions, he threw himself instantly over his charming antagonist who received him as he pushed at once dead at mark, like a heroine, without flinching; for surely never was girl constitutionally truer to the taste of joy, or sincerer in the expressions of its sensations, than she was: we could observe pleasure lighten in her eyes, as he introduced his plenipotentiary instrument into her; till, at length, having indulged her to its utmost reach, its irritations grew so violent, and gave her the spurs so furiously, that collected within herself, and lost to every thing but the enjoyment of her favourite feelings, she retarded his thrusts with a just concert of spring heaves, keeping time so exactly with the most pathetic sighs, that one might have numbered the strokes in agitation by their distinct murmurs, whilst her active limbs kept wreathing and intertwisting with his, in convulsive folds: then the turtle-billing kisses, and the poignant painless lovebites, which they both exchanged, in a rage of delight, all conspiring towards the melting period.
82. I have been called every name in the book, stupid, retarded,.
1. It only retards it.
2. You’re founding fathers were a bunch of fucking retards.
3. Not of those retards, but for what could have happened if he.
4. It is this fear that paralyses action and retards our development.
5. The accession of new pupils each month somewhat retards school work.
6. It’s mostly posh retards and distant members of the Moldavian royal family.
7. Those moral retards who denounce pornography are too stupid to realise it is their censorship that is creating demand for it.
8. Violence only weakens this force, retards, and distorts it, and puts in its place another activity, which is not only not useful, but even harmful for the forward movement of humanity.
9. In our case, this often requires emotionally charged experiences because emotions provide a type of energy that temporarily boosts or retards what we are capable of doing depending on how they are used.
10. Such a political economy, though it no doubt retards more or less, is not always capable of stopping altogether, the natural progress of a nation towards wealth and prosperity, and still less of making it go backwards.
11. How can we know if it is still far to the goal toward which humanity is aiming, when we do not know how it will move toward it; that it depends on humanity whether it moves steadily onward or pauses, whether it accelerates or retards its pace.
12. By its inertia this mass always retards the rapid, frequent transitions, unverified by human wisdom, from one structure of life to another, and for a long time retains every truth which, verified by a long experience of a struggle, has entered into the consciousness of humanity.
13. Whatever, therefore, raises the rate of mercantile profit, either lessens the superiority, or increases the inferiority of the profit of improvement : and, in the one case, hinders capital from going to improvement, and in the other draws capital from it; but by discouraging improvement, the monopoly necessarily retards the natural increase of another great original source of revenue, the rent of land.

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