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I see that the most important of all sciencesthat one on which the well-being and improvement of society mainly depends,is in its infancy with you.
Our Fortunes depending solely on his Pleasure, which are too considerable to lose.
That depends entirely on the natural strength of a man's character; and that, again, depends principally on the state of his brain.
But that choice does not depend merely on the issue of the war.
He desired it for the reputation of parliament, on which so materially depended the preservation of our happy constitution; but most of all he prayed for it for the sake of those eternal principle's of justice, which it was the duty of nations, as well as of individuals, to support.
The prosperity of the piece depended exclusively on the genius of the actor.
If each British subject is protected when abroad, and if the trade and industry of the country on which the welfare and livelihood of every individual citizen ultimately depends is fostered and safe-guarded, then the primary duties of the British Government in relation to other Governments have been discharged.
Which will win appears to depend primarily upon the kind of endocrines that predominate in the make-up of the individual, secondarily with his education.
It is needful, however, to ascertain before all things whether this sect does really possess the Elixir of Immortality, for on that the entire question of its deserts obviously depends.
* * Such considerations point inevitably to the truth that our theory depends essentially not upon action or talk, but upon the quality and rationale of thought.
It will be observed that in this system integration is effected by forcing the pen to follow a certain direction, and that consequently the curve does not depend upon the dimensions of the different parts of the apparatus.
I must rely on the judgment of Watkins as to whom among them I could safely depend upon, and suspicion and watch the rest.
Suffice it to say that it has been done, and can be done again; but it needs discretion, forethought, tact, earnestness, and unimpeachable honesty of administration, for unless we can depend upon our school boards and kindergartners implicitly, counting upon them for wise coöperation, brooding care, and great wisdom in selection of teachers, the experiment will be a failure.
And its intensity will depend purely on the capacity of the people for sacrifice.
Her present political attitude depends considerably on the person of the present Emperor, who believes in the need of leaning upon a strong monarchical State, such as Germany is, and also on the character of the internal development of the mighty Empire.
Even before puberty, cyclic variations of health and conduct may be observed in boys and girls which undoubtedly depend upon currents among the internal secretions.
They know, also, that the best means of preserving them from danger is so to promote the increase of general information, as to make the people perceive how intimately their own well-being depends upon the stability of the state, thus making them wise to obedience.
Therefore the Jew was to understand from his first entry into the land, that his prosperity depended utterly on God.
If an appropriation for improving the navigability of a river or deepening or protecting a harbor have reference to military or naval purposes, then its rightfulness, whether in amount or in the objects to which it is applied, depends, manifestly, on the military or naval exigency; and the subject-matter affords its own measure of legislative discretion.
Henceforth that South-African contract depended merely upon his own ability to add, subtract, and multiply correctly.
But these are the menmany of themwho had to balance dutieswho had wives and children to leave, and businesses which depended on them personally.
Fortunately the Chronicler did not depend entirely upon traditions current in his day, or upon his own conceptions of the early history, but quoted freely from earlier sources.
In his Trinitarian theology Mr. D'Arcy is in many points at variance with the later conclusions of the schools; and in some instances his argument depends vitally on this variance; but not in the main.
Still Pierre continued his silent and upward march, in a way to keep alive a species of trembling hope among those who depended so helplessly upon his intelligence and faith.
We have depended enormously in the past on the initiative and virtue of the individual adventurer; if our adventurers were to fail us, which is not likely, or if the State were to supersede them, and attempt to do their work, which is not conceivable, our political power and influence would vanish with them.