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Little could the first pioneer who had traversed it have ever imagined that the fairest prairies and the most lush water pastures were valueless compared to this gloomy land of black crag and tangled forest.
The lumber was practically valueless for export to other settlements across the mountain roads, which were equally rich in timber.
From that moment the sheep had begun to gather to the fold -- that is to say, the camps -- and offer their valueless lives and their valuable wool to the "righteous cause.
That is another reason, if another reason is needed, why a treaty between us would be valueless.
On my view of characters being of real importance for classification, only in so far as they reveal descent, we can clearly understand why analogical or adaptive character, although of the utmost importance to the welfare of the being, are almost valueless to the systematist.
In some parts the estate is of no width, that is to say, the land cannot be irrigated, and therefore is valueless, like the surrounding rocky desert.
Insurance firms, Allianz (NYSE: AL) and Suncorp Group Ltd (SUN:ASE) have said that they are to refund customers who were sold valueless add-on insurance in Australia.
The Sultanate stresses that such a decision is valueless and
Khartoum, 12 Oct (SUNA)- The President of the Republic, Omar Bashir, on Wednesday stressed that a freedom that is not protected by a force would remain valueless and that freedom and democracy have to be guarded by an able army and national security.
Rhys-Jones used high-pressure sales tactics to push valueless restricted stocks at highly inflated prices.
Mr Linnane, who owns the business with Dexter McCullough, said: "It is a pointless rob because the stuff is valueless unless the thief has a surf school or surfers who will buy them, but this is unlikely because we know them all.
Stockholder do not need to surrender the shares in relation to the final liquidation, as these are valueless and no longer traded.