Delinquencies, from whatever causes, would be productive
of complaints, recriminations, and quarrels.
At a certain stage in the development of these means of production and of exchange, the conditions under which feudal society produced and exchanged, the feudal organisation of agriculture and manufacturing industry, in one word, the feudal relations of property became no longer compatible with the already developed productive
forces; they became so many fetters.
My journeys became more and more extensive and more productive
Phillips were now productive
of the most interesting intelligence.
Her husband manifested an equal affection, although it grew daily less productive
of familiar caresses.
Now, the moral side of an industry, productive
or unproductive, the redeeming and ideal aspect of this bread-winning, is the attainment and preservation of the highest possible skill on the part of the craftsmen.
But if the great end proposed by it be spiritual, the agency employed to accomplish that end is purely earthly; and, although the object in view be the achievement of much good, that agency may nevertheless be productive
It was late before the Miss Bertrams and the two gentlemen came in, and their ramble did not appear to have been more than partially agreeable, or at all productive
of anything useful with regard to the object of the day.
As to the moral part of his character, the depth of his talent for accounts, and his ingenuity in making sterility itself productive
, were much boasted of.
M'Dougal, shortly after concluding this agreement, became a member of the Northwest Company, and received a share productive
of a handsome income.
Without subscribing to these perhaps exaggerated encomiums, I can truly say that my abode in the city was mainly agreeable, and my intercourse with the inhabitants productive
of much amusement and instruction.
Your applying, however, to Reginald can be productive
only of good to all parties.