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The view of objects becomes confused; the gaze no longer takes in any but large, quite ill-distinguishable masses; men and animals on the surface become absolutely invisible; the roads and rivers get to look like threads, and the lakes dwindle to ponds.
You are not without the capacity of veneration, and faith and hope, and conscience and reason, and every other requisite to a Christian's character, if you choose to employ them; but all our talents increase in the using, and every faculty, both good and bad, strengthens by exercise: therefore, if you choose to use the bad, or those which tend to evil, till they become your masters, and neglect the good till they dwindle away, you have only yourself to blame.
21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Dwindle Distribution has been appointed as the exclusive action sports distributor in the U.
Archbishop Chrysostomos II said that senior clergy and staff earning over 2,000 euros a month are in for salary cuts due to the ongoing financial crisis that has seen church revenue dwindle.
And corn basis bids, or the amount above or below benchmark Chicago Board of Trade futures users bid to buy the grain in a specific location, have spiked as stockpiles dwindle to their lowest since 2004.
Summary: There are fears the deadly freeze could claim more lives as salt supplies dwindle with even colder weather on its way.
Ken Kemp, Nexus integrated services director, said if numbers began to dwindle again then the service would be reviewed.
Fewer still will do so, I expect, when world tobacco crops dwindle to nothing.
As vendors count their losses, pre-freeze citrus and avocado supplies dwindle.