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“And dont worry about not hitting the squirrel in the head, the shoulder is just as good. it should paralize it and u can pop a pellet it when you get up to it.”
“In one of his speeches he said: "I hope God 'ill paralize me should I do as others have done.”
“United States dialect as much as possible, and not try to paralize your parents with imported expressions that come too high for poor people.”
“I say latent virtue, not because I think slaveholders are worse than all other men, but because, such are the power and influence of education and habit upon even the best constituted minds, that they paralize and disorder, if not destroy their moral energy: and of all persons in the world, slaveholders are in the most unfavorable position for retaining their power.”
“It appears to me that certain doctrines which have borne the stamp of orthodoxy, have a tendency to paralize the active energies of the soul, and cherish unbelief and disobedience.”
The Biography of Elder David Purviance, with His Memoirs: Containing His Views on Baptism, the Divinity of Christ, and the Atonement. Written by Himself: with an Appendix; Giving Biographical Sketches of Elders John Hardy, Reuben Dooly, William Dye, Thos. Kyle, George Shidler, William Kinkade, Thomas Adams, Samuel Kyle, and Nathan Worley. Together with a Historical Sketch of the Great Kentucky Revival
“They would go further to array man against his fellow man in all the cruel selfishness of panic terror, sever the dearest domestic ties, paralize commerce, suspend manufactures, and destroy the subsistance of thousands, and all for the gratification of a prejudice which has been proved to be utterly baseless in every country of Europe from Archangel to Hamburgh and”
Letters on the Cholera Morbus. Containing ample evidence that this disease, under whatever name known, cannot be transmitted from the persons of those labouring under it to other individuals, by contact—through the medium of inanimate substances—or through the medium of the atmosphere; and that all restrictions, by cordons and quarantine regulations, are, as far as regards this disease, not merely useless, but highly injurious to the community.
“Memory suddenly held up its retrospective mirror to his view, and the distorted contrast which it exhibited of his own situation, seemed at once to paralize the mental faculties of the late animated speaker: his voice ceased to vibrate on the ear of his deeply-affected auditor; and the sad and solemn pause that ensued appeared to be reciprocally occupied by the same interesting ideas.”
“Trade Union leaders can paralize the whole country, a blend of strikes and military actions will deepen the Iraqi quagmire.”
“They have that is why our next attack will be so bold that cities will be destroyed and the fear will paralize the country long enough for any chance of an organized revolution to occur.”
“In order to not paralize the whole society, a basic service system in state administrations could let the economy survive during times of national strikes - and could also let the indigent survive as the recent local CAF and CGSS strikes have just shown us.”
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