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  • The critique of usury is the following: it is an unearned income, a double billing, condones the exploita - tion of the Needy, creates spontaneously mechanisms of inequitable redistri - bution of wealth, an agent of economic instability and encourages to discount the Future.

    The " S " Words-- Serfdom and Slavery

  • Chairperson, the RDP is well aware of the complexities of our economic situation, and the government is under no illusion that we have all the answers to the problems of economic growth and distri - bution in our country.

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  • Although government has a crucial role to play in creating the policy framework for development and to bring about a fair distri - bution of resources, government should not be the main agent for development.

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  • The long term success of the Lesotho Highlands Water Project, and its contri - bution to the social and economic development of our region, will depend also on how it is managed when the engineering feats have been long completed.

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  • Unaffected by such artificial constraints, the gully marched on, wending its way into the heart of the distri-bution complex.

    The False Mirror

  • This is used in computing the route qualities; it represents the contri - bution of this interface to the overall computation.

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  • So far as optics is concerned, an especially important contri - bution was made by the school that flourished in

    OPTICS AND VISION

  • K. Marx, Das Kapital, 2nd ed. (Hamburg, 1872), Capital various editions; idem, Zur Kritik der politischen Oekonomie (Berlin, 1859), trans. as A Contri - bution to the Critique of Political Economy (New York, 1970).

    NECESSITY

  • Renaissance and politics see, inter alia, F. Chabod's contri - bution to Actes du colloque sur la Renaissance (Paris, 1958);

    IDEA OF RENAISSANCE

  • Burckhardt's decisive contri - bution was to gather all these trends of interpretation to - gether into one coherent synthesis, based upon a respectable foundation of historical scholarship

    IDEA OF RENAISSANCE

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