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|If it is going to cost me my health or my marriage in order to have it, then not only |
do I refuse to pay that price, but there is something seriously wrong about this
situation. We shouldn't have to kill ourselves in order to get ahead financially.
|“Which one of us did you starve? ... “It's going to make you gain more weight and |
you don't have any room left to gain,” said mother. ... And by the way, I haven't
told Virgil we are pregnant and I'd appreciate it if you didn't tell him either,” I said.
|But do not let this freedom become an excuse for letting your physical desires |
control you. Instead, let love make you ... We are paying for it in one way or
another, or someone else down the line had to pay for it. Now, this is a universal
truth for ...
|There may have been a time when the tariff did not raise prices, but that time is |
past; the tariff is now taken advantage of by ... just starting and needed support,
we ought to buy of him, even if we had to pay a higher price, till he could get on
his feet. Now it is said that we ought to buy of him and pay him a price 15 to 120
per cent. higher than we need pay the foreign ... miles of hothouses in which
thousands of happy American workingmen, with full dinner-pails, will be raising
|The new base was only a little over an hour south of Geiger Field by air, but it |
took all clay to get there by train. I had recently been ... We fly to a new base only
an hour away, but it takes two days for our pay to get to Walla Walla. We have the
Christine Hünefeldt - 1994 - 269 pages
|"I know of no other work on Latin American slavery during the decades before emancipation that captures the slaves' relentless pursuit of freedom as poignantly as does this one.|
|The ground below us has changed significantly: villages perch on the banks of |
meandering rivers and all manner of boats travel the channels, ... We even
manage to book a hotel ahead of time and, although a day late, they have our
room and for the price we pay, it is beyond heaven. ... (15 753.54 km) Subject:
Day 67 In theory, on our journey round the world, travelling from west to east,
every few days we gain an hour. So, by the end of the trip, we should have picked
up a full day.
|Is freedom worth the price that many men paid in the foxholes in France during |
World War I? How is the love of freedom ... If we forget the sacrifice that our
forefathers made to gain our freedom and allow this country's freedom to be
taken from ...
|Not only is the metaphor mixed, but we do not get to know to whom the price or |
ransom is paid. ... Nor did Jesus pay ransom to sin, the devil, our flesh, death, or
hell. ... He stresses our freedom from any slavery to which we have been bound.