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And as for the experiments that others have already made, even although these parties should be willing of themselves to communicate them to him (which is what those who esteem them secrets will never do), the experiments are, for the most part, accompanied with so many circumstances and superfluous elements, as to make it exceedingly difficult to disentangle the truth from its adjuncts- besides, he will find almost all of them so ill described, or even so false (because those who made them have wished to see in them only such facts as they deemed conformable to their principles), that, if in the entire number there should be some of a nature suited to his purpose, still their value could not compensate for the time what would be necessary to make the selection.
Nothing which tends to facilitate the intercourse between the States can be deemed unworthy of the public care.
Showing what is to be deemed plagiarism in a modern author, and what is to be considered as lawful prize.
The tents were hastily struck by the women, and disposed of on such of the beasts are were not deemed fit to be trusted in combat.
Neither Ishmael, nor his sons deemed it necessary to enter into prolix explanations.
Pickwick contemplated a stay of at least two months in Bath, he deemed it advisable to take private lodgings for himself and friends for that period; and as a favourable opportunity offered for their securing, on moderate terms, the upper portion of a house in the Royal Crescent, which was larger than they required, Mr.
The All India Induction Furnaces Association (AIIFA) says that it has proposed deemed credit of duty on steel scrap for availing CENVAT credit for consideration in Budget 2013.
may gain unauthorized access to controlled technologies, and the extent to which Commerce and other agencies implemented recommended changes to the deemed export licensing process and enforcement system.
7874, a foreign corporation is deemed to have indirectly acquired a domestic corporation's properties if it acquires the stock of such domestic corporation, either (1) directly or (2) indirectly, through the acquisition of another domestic corporation or of a domestic or foreign partnership owning the respective shares.
Some experts in this area estimate that federal agents will make between 40 and 60 visits to research universities in coming months to investigate deemed exports.
4) of the Act) would have deemed the shares transferred to be outside the definition of"excluded property.