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|I think the quantity will prove to be very large, and I hope your correspondents |
may furnish the means of forming a correct ... The average amount of milk in the
year given by a herd of five cows, kept up by exchanging them when their milk
fails, is quite a .... But caution must be exercised, and great care muBt be used to
prevent too much being applied to the soil. ... most he can off the place, which
may suit a needy land-owner, but soon brings ruin to the soil, and in the end is
fatal to the ...
|Ens. COUNTRY GENTLEMAN — Vinegar, of course, can be made from many |
different sub stances, but I prefer that made from ... but it will rarely cause the
housekeeper vexation by degenerating to insipidity or destroying her pickles by
extreme acidity. ... country towns and the country itself, have no cider-mills and
few apples, and rarely care to expend too many of their ... After this the supply
can be kept up by now and then mashing some apples and putting them in a
stone jar covered ...
|NOTE 5 sf the WEEK In Spite of Censorship and a careful control of all news |
coming to this country from Paris, it must have been apparent to ... The French,
who are very practical, hard-headed people, have had about as much of Anglo-
Saxon idealism as they can stand. ... There is no sane person in France or in any
other country who would not work honestly and sincerely for such an end. ... We
are actually at war with Germany ; a fact which too many of our people are apt to
|How about asking those who are supposed to represent our country to stop |
worrying about the next agreement and ... And then the carpets end up on a store
shelf someplace in the United States. Fair trade? I don't think so. ... He said: We
will slap tariffs on those who are unloading massive amounts of steel in this
country and ruining our steel industry. We will ... There were too many loopholes.
But at least ... That is not an adequate description of the views of trade we ought
|Many took the conciliatory tone of “Innocent" at face value, but not everyone. ... |
Country artists who purposely aim at crossing over take a major risk: They could
fail to engage the pop audience and offend their country base at the same time.
|He has his own free will, and he thinks he doesn't really need a master at all— |
he's certainly not afraid of his master. Even dog and cat names ... In the animal
world. and in many human cultures, we see vicious competition for survival. Is
this a good ... However righteous Brutus tries to be, he brings ruin on himself and
his country, just like the corrupt. selfish Cassius. Epicureans and Stoics both end
up defeated. ... The gods are simply too detached to figure in the final outcome.
We may ...
|fact, if we did anything, we ruined a lot of areas because of monuments that were |
not thought out and things along that order. ... Gosh, we could get on a train and
instead of doing 4 miles an hour on a horse, we could breeze across the country
in 3 ... Then came along airplanes and, of course, now we do not see too many
people travel on trains, most of us go by air. ... will be there, where you walk into a
thing like a phone booth and you punch in San Francisco and zap, you end up in
|... description, the subjugation of the only country which has hitherto opposed an |
effectual barrier to his views of aggrandisement, ... Against a people thus united,
an attempt of invasion seemed too hazardous, and it was for the time laid aside.
... 1 will shut up the sources of their wealth, and by ruining their commerce, divide
, harrass, and weary them out. ... succeed in dividing and wearying us out, his
end will indeed be obtained ; but I trust in God, that he has miscalculated as
much in ...
|If women can legally come and work in Europe, the risk that they will end up in |
the hands of unscrupulous people will be lessened. If the EU opens up for
women from eastern Europe to work in EU countries, that will certainly combat
trafficking. ... That gives them opportunities to work abroad, to broaden their views
and to learn new languages. ... in paragraph 5.i\.b of the draft recommendation,
which I think goes into too much detail in respect of the Council of Europe's