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All these things seem to make it plain, that none of these principles are justly founded on which these persons would establish their right to the supreme power; and that all men whatsoever ought to obey them: for with respect to those who claim it as due to their virtue or their fortune, they might have justly some objection to make; for nothing hinders but that it may sometimes happen, that the many may be better or richer than the few, not as individuals, but in their collective capacity.
This bemoaning of one's self (as you do now) over the first, careless, shallow gayety of youth departed, and this profound happiness at youth regained,--so much deeper and richer than that we lost,--are essential to the soul's development.
A cup of wine will do thee no harm,'' he added, filling and handing to the swineherd a richer drought than Gurth had ever before tasted.
But as none of this faction needed the services of a domestic engineer, he was none the richer for their support, and the only patron he obtained was a housemaid who was leaving her situation at a country house in the vicinity, and wanted her box repaired, the lid having fallen off.
But from what I see, family or no family, drunk or sober, the poor gets poorer and the rich richer every day.
They live about a mile from Uncle Silas's place, Aunt Polly--all the farmers live about a mile apart down there--and Brace Dunlap is a long sight richer than any of the others, and owns a whole grist of niggers.
Great gets and powerful serves allowed Cervantes/Ford to cruise past Samuel Richer of Quebec and Nicholas Roberts of Evanston, Ill.
As well as being more likely to be in highly-paid jobs or even working at all, richer men in their early 40s in Britain are also more likely to be living with a partner, according to the findings from the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS).
RICHER Sounds and Toolstation have been voted the UK's best high street shops and Morrisons the worst in an annual survey of consumers.
DLT Solutions, an award-winning technology partner to the public sector, today announced the appointment of Art Richer as the companys new president and chief executive officer (CEO).
Richer of Saint-Remi: The Methods and Mentality of a Tenth-Century Historian.
In the early 1990s, Princeton economists Gene Grossman and Alan Krueger coined the phrase "environmental Kuznets curve" to stand for the idea that as countries become richer, their emissions first rise but then fall, as richer citizens demand cleaner air from the governments they elect and the companies from whom they buy," he writes in an essay for Financial Times.