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They have authority to appoint and receive ambassadors; to execute treaties and alliances already formed; to provide for the collection of duties on imports and exports; to regulate the mint, with a saving to the provincial rights; to govern as sovereigns the dependent territories.
It provides that he shall exercise the full authority of Warden, and shall have the disposal of the annual revenue attached to the office, until my return, or, failing that, until Bruno comes of age: and that he shall then hand over, to myself or to Bruno as the case may be, the Wardenship, the unspent revenue, and the contents of the Treasury, which are to be preserved, intact, under his guardianship.
She has learnt--you will let me talk freely, as I have begun freely--she has learnt what it is to love: the greatest lesson, some people will tell you, that our earthly life provides.
Kenge observed in a low voice, "if I may venture to remind your lordship, provides a suitable companion for--"
Oh, my principle is to profit by all the benefits that society provides.
Instead of which, some relation of her father turns up and provides for her lavishly.
At my school, that care extends to their meals, and provides them with a
My second letter is addressed to the landlord of the hotel, and simply provides for the disposal of my luggage and the payment of my bill.
The inhabitants watch a storm over the Cordillera with great interest; as one good fall of snow provides them with water for the ensuing year.
He provides for each the food that each likes best.
In the former case, it is well known that the entertainer provides what fare he pleases; and though this should be very indifferent, and utterly disagreeable to the taste of his company, they must not find any fault; nay, on the contrary, good breeding forces them outwardly to approve and to commend whatever is set before them.
The essence of instinct, one might say, is that it provides a mechanism for acting without foresight in a manner which is usually advantageous biologically.

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