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Oh, then I see The life for me Ipwergis-Pudding to consume, And drink the subtle Azzigoom
When she could consume no more of the strawberries he filled her little basket with them; and then the two passed round to the rose trees, whence he gathered blossoms and gave her to put in her bosom.
My first care was to burn what my mother had written and to consume even its ashes.
The doctor might have escaped this intense heat by rising into a higher range, but, in order to do so, he would have had to consume a large quantity of water, a thing that had now become impossible.
Then it stands to reason that labor can consume only two billions.
Labor does not consume its two billions, even," Mr.
After it has paid its expenses, does it consume the remainder?
Capital does not consume the remaining two billions.
Also a fellow-Senator, Chauncey Depew, said: "The American people produce annually two billions more wealth than they consume.
Many notable discoveries will, I doubt not, be made by such, of the transactions which happened in the family of our worthy man, during all the years which we have thought proper to pass over: for though nothing worthy of a place in this history occurred within that period, yet did several incidents happen of equal importance with those reported by the daily and weekly historians of the age; in reading which great numbers of persons consume a considerable part of their time, very little, I am afraid, to their emolument.
Indeed, each man consumes, in one hour, the oxygen contained in more than 176 pints of air, and this air, charged (as then) with a nearly equal quantity of carbonic acid, becomes unbreathable.
Why not lie down and rest myself, and try to quench the fever that consumes me, in sleep?