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AND DYSPEPSIA.Keeps the blood cool and regulates the | | stomach.

"In a word, the constant Roman answer has been 'Do as you please'; so far as the approval of the legal time is concerned it confirms the conclusion of the editor of the Acta (xxxii-251) that in computing time the Church follows the rule that regulates all business concerns in different localities....

But the law has not in itself any power of creation; it regulates relations, does not create them.

But this fact is of small importance, inasmuch as it is not justice or injustice which regulates the relations between nations, but their interests and sentiments.

By toils like these alone, he cries, Th' adventurous youths to greatness rise; If bloated indolence were fame, And pompous ease our noblest aim, The orb that regulates the day Would ne'er from Aries' mansion stray.

She washes, dresses, and feeds it; walks out with it, and regulates all its little wants; and, even at this early age, many good qualities are required to do so in a satisfactory manner.

A note appended regulates the details of these measures.

One paper wrote: "It is interesting at the present moment to call to mind how the treaty existing between Germany and Austria regulates the question of mutual support."

If the post-pituitary regulates the maternal instinct, then its correlates: sympathy, social impulses, and religious feeling, must be also influenced, and so is furnished another example of a chemical control of instinctive behaviour.

And their energy did the restthat will of action, that quiet bravery in the presence of the labor that is necessary, the labor that has made and that regulates the earth.

And their energy did the restthat will of action, that quiet bravery in the presence of the labor that is necessary, the labor that has made and that regulates the world.

And their energy did the restthat will of action, that quiet bravery in the presence of the labor that is necessary, the labor that has made and that regulates the world.

And their energy did the restthat will of action, that quiet bravery in the presence of the labor that is requisite, the labor that has made and that regulates the world.

But the political Catholicism of nowadays, anxious to keep alive itself, allows and regulates marriage, with the view of maintaining things as they are.

And a part of Mathieu and Marianne's heroic grandeur sprang from the divine desire with which they had glowed, the desire which moulds and regulates the world.

There must, in every society, be some power or other, from which there is no appeal, which admits no restrictions, which pervades the whole mass of the community, regulates and adjusts all subordination, enacts laws or repeals them, erects or annuls judicatures, extends or contracts privileges, exempt itself from question or control, and bounded only by physical necessity.

The capacity of the nation for suffering regulates its advance towards freedom.

From Toussaint it passed to Dessalines, and from Dessalines to Christophe and Petion, and from the two latter to Boyer; and it is the code therefore which regulates, and I believe with but very little variation, the relative situation of master and servant in husbandry at this present hour.

In this day of ours, ablaze with learning, and culture,veneered with a fine civilization, our laws are complex beyond all knowing and expression; man regulates his conductto them,and is as virtuous, and honest as the law compels him to be.

By their power of scent he has wild animals at his mercy, and unless he deliberately regulates the slaughter which he will permit, their entire extermination would be a matter of only a few years.

First, the skin regulates the loss of heat by means of the vaso-motor mechanism.

The blood-vessels of the skin, like those of other parts of the body, are under the control of the nervous system, which regulates their diameter.

We are now prepared to study a higher, a more wonderful and complex agency,the nervous system, the master tissue, which controls, regulates, and directs every other tissue of the human body.

The different organs of the body are united by a common sympathy which regulates their action: this harmonious result is secured by means of the nervous system.

The second part is the sympathetic system, which regulates the organic life.

Mr. Wilson, who gets about 300 pounds a year, is well-respected by all; he manages to keep down unpleasant feuds; regulates the district peacefully, if slowly, deserves a handsomer church, and would be quite willing, we believe, to be its architect if one were ordered.

But, certainly, that which most regulates the Fancy, and gives the Judgement its busiest employment, is like[ly] to bring forth the richest and clearest thoughts.

In the same manner the storthing regulates all loans, on the theory that the money belongs to the people.

They are hardly more than the necessary spokes in the great wheel which regulates the relations of past, present and future.

Accordingly, the law which regulates the naval shipbuilding of the German Empire lays down in its preamble that"Germany must possess a battle-fleet so strong that a war with her would, even for the greatest naval Power, be accompanied with such dangers as would render that Power's position doubtful."

Near this statue is a solar cannon, which is fired by the sun when it reaches the meridian, and regulates the clocks of Palais Royal.

Precisely the great nations, England, France, America, which might have regulated the course of their governments for a very considerable period, abandoned almost entirely that part of their public concerns, which with great nations is the most important of all, because it regulates the position of the country in its great national capacity.

4. The recently discovered decree of the senate of 9th Oct. 584, which regulates the legal relations of Thisbae (Ephemeris epigraphica, 1872, p. 278, fig.; Mitth.

Now that the case of the bee is reduced to moderate proportions, we know of nothing in instinct surpassing that of an animal so high as a bird, the Talegal, the male of which plumes himself upon making a hot-bed in which to hatch his partner's eggs,which he tends and regulates the heat of about as carefully and skilfully as the unplumed biped does an eccaleobion.

Among the objects of great national concern I can not omit to press again upon your attention that part of the Constitution which regulates the election of President and Vice-President.

He regulates Galatea's state of consciousness by the fluctuating exigencies of dialogue whose humour is levelled straight at the heads of the old Haymarket pit.

"In your proposed engagements with Mr. Davies, you will become better acquainted with a man of great natural talents, and thoroughly versed in business, which he regulates by the most honourable principles.

An officer, noncommissioned officer, or private upon whom the command or elements thereof regulates its march.

He preserves his relative position, keeping his shoulders parallel to those of the guide (the man on the right front of the line or column), and so regulates his steps that the ranks remain parallel to their original front.

One is quite safe in declaring that habit is the great flywheel that regulates society.

Article X regulates the powers of the committee of the States to sit in the recess of Congress.

It regulates the former, and strengthens the latter, whenever gluttony, indelicacy, violence, cruelty, greediness, cowardice, pride, insolence, vanity, or any mode of selfishness shew themselves in the individual under training, one and all must be repressed with the most watchful solicitude, and the most skilful treatment.

There is, however, generally a cock on the suction side of the feed pump, which regulates the quantity of water drawn into the pump.

The only safe or proper principle upon which their intercourse with the Government can be regulated is that which regulates their intercourse with the private citizenthe conferring of mutual benefits.

and, because of this last instance, some people wish also to say pertisum; but the same fashion which regulates the other changes, has not sanctioned this one.

The ratio essendi is the law which regulates the coexistence of the parts of space and the succession of the divisions of time.

The multitude having, on occasion of the social relations between them, concentered all their wills in one person, all the articles, in regard to which this will explains itself, become so many fundamental laws, which oblige without exception all the members of the state, and one of which laws regulates the choice and the power of the magistrates appointed to look to the execution of the rest.

There can be no doubt but that the horse feels the ground upon which he is treading, and that he regulates his action in consonance with such feeling, so as to render his step the least jarring and fatiguing to himself, and therefore the easiest and pleasantest to his rider....

The local superintendent regulates the amount allowed each cultivator, according to the crops he has planted.

Chief Justice Marshall, in his decision in the case of Livingston vs. Jefferson, said: "When our ancestors migrated to America, they brought with them the common law of their native country, so far as it was applicable to their new situation, and I do not conceive that the revolution in any degree changed the relations of man to man, or the law which regulates them.

Chief Justice Marshall, in his decision in the case of Livingston vs. Jefferson, said: "When our ancestors migrated to America, they brought with them the common law of their native country, so far as it was applicable to their new situation, and I do not conceive that the revolution in any degree changed the relations of man to man, or the law which regulates them.

When we first settled at Mozambique, she was continually interceding for the slaves, and she constantly wept when I punished them; and now she is among the slaves front morning to night; she regulates the whole of my slave establishment; she inquires into every offence committed by them, pronounces sentence upon the offender, and stands by and sees them punished.'

Chief Justice Marshall, in his decision in the case of Livingston vs. Jefferson, said: "When our ancestors migrated to America, they brought with them the common law of their native country, so far as it was applicable to their new situation, and I do not conceive that the revolution in any degree changed the relations of man to man, or the law which regulates them.

When we first settled at Mozambique, she was continually interceding for the slaves, and she constantly wept when I punished them; and now she is among the slaves front morning to night; she regulates the whole of my slave establishment; she inquires into every offence committed by them, pronounces sentence upon the offender, and stands by and sees them punished.'

Among these, that which regulates trade and intercourse with the Indian tribes will merit particular notice.

Above the individual, however, stands the authority of the State, which regulates the relations of the citizens to each other.

But no one stands above the State, which regulates the relations of the citizens to each other.

Even those that have most reverence for the laws of right, are pleased with shewing that not fear, but choice, regulates their behaviour; and would be thought to comply, rather than obey.

The repulsive action upon the closed conductor lifts and regulates the carbons in much the same manner that electro magnets do when continuous currents are used.

Perhaps no feature of the debates in the House of Commons deserves more honorable mention than the high-toned courtesy which regulates the intercourse of members.

The power of the trees and forest soil to absorb water regulates the rate at which the rainfall is fed to the streams and rivers.

This gradual supplying of water to the streams regulates their flow.

He regulates the grazing and prevents injury to the ranges from being overstocked with too many cattle and sheep.

Norway regulates private cutting.

A rule of grammar is some law, more or less general, by which custom regulates and prescribes the right use of language.

"Marshall; the chief officer of arms, one who regulates rank and order."See

But custom, which regulates this, as every thing else of the like nature, does not always adjust it well; or, at least, not always upon principles uniform in themselves and obvious to every intellect. OBS.

"Does not all proceed from the law, which regulates the whole departments of the state?"Blair's Rhet., p. 278.

What regulates accent?

"Marshal; the chief officer of arms, one who regulates rank and order."See ib.

"Does not all proceed from the law, which regulates all the departments of the state?"Blair cor.

The change of tone in the harp of Timotheus, regulates the measure and the melody, and the language of every stanza.

There are no balance weights, and the screw regulates the movement.

" A talker who monopolizes the conversation is by common consent insufferable, and a man who regulates his choice of topics by reference to what interests not his hearers but himself has yet to learn the alphabet of the art.

The Constitution regulates our stewardship; the Constitution devotes the domain to union, to justice, to defense, to welfare, and to liberty.

But there is a higher law than the Constitution which regulates our authority over the domain, and devotes it to the same noble purposes.

That Christian woman who, shut up in the circle of her domestic duties, rears up her children in faith and in piety; divides her heart only between her Savior and her husband; is adorned with delicacy and modesty; sits not down in the assemblies of vanity; makes not a law of the ridiculous customs of the world, but regulates those customs by the law of God; and makes virtue appear more amiable by her rank and her example.

From the explosions of these two shells the gunner is able to determine how far he is off the target and accordingly regulates his sights.

That a conjectural critick should often be mistaken, cannot be wonderful, either to others or himself, if it be considered, that in his art there is no system, no principal and axiomatical truth that regulates subordinate positions.

The king's ordinance, dated the 12th of March, 1356, which regulates the execution of these different measures, is (article 10) to this import: "there shall be, in each city, three deputies, one for each estate.

We should express the principle more accurately, if we were to say, the price so regulates itself that the demand shall be exactly sufficient to carry off the supply.

Otherwise, his life is that of any other subaltern; for there is an instrument called the British Constitution which regulates many things.

It is not the Bourbons, but it is we, it is all Europe, that arranges and regulates these matters.

In short, tho' he regulates himself in all his Proceedings by Justice and Equity, he finds a thousand

The Committee of "Ways and Means," which regulates customs duties and excise taxes, is by far the most important.

But certainly, that, which most regulates the fancy, and gives the judgment its busiest employment, is like to bring forth the richest and clearest thoughts.

The most wonderful feature of this clock to Jimmie is that it regulates itself and adapts its motions to the revolutions of the seasons, year after year and year after year, as if it had a wonderful living human mind somewhere in its insides.

The dynamic is the action of equiponderant forces through the static; it regulates the proportion of movements the soul would impress upon the body.

It regulates also the measuring of work, fixing the size of screens and of cars used in coal-mining.

Caste in India and in other Oriental countries regulates a large part of the life of the people.

The great Statute De Donis, or Westminster II, came the following year; most interesting to lawyers as the foundation of estates tail; but it also regulates "assizes or juries" that "rich men do not abide at home by reason of their bribes."

The statute then regulates the diet and apparel of servants.

I know, too, that some Fountain Head of knowledge will rise from the back seat and beg to state that the new civil code contains many revisions and regulates divorce.

Moreover, the essential sentiments of the time and place are, first, a hard egoism which thinks mainly of self-preservation, and second, a stern sense of duty which regulates it.

About this time of life, if food is plenty where you live,for that, you know, regulates matrimony,you may be expecting to find yourself a grandfather some fine morning; a kind of domestic felicity that gives one a cool shiver of delight to think of, as among the not remotely possible events.

A law, passed in 1895, provides for the inspection of these, and regulates the fees charged therein.

Where it does not compete it often regulates.

The German Government leaves nothing to chance, and realising to the fullest the importance of docile and unified subjects both for interior rule and exterior conquest, it deliberately and artfully regulates those who create public opinion.

The Safety Valve, which regulates the proper pressure of the steam in the pipe.

By this means also he regulates the rate of progress on the road, going at a pace of two miles or ten miles per hour, or even quicker if necessary.