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The credit of the country would not have suffered by the additional issuance of some final $60,000,000 (?) of silver certificates if the gold in the Treasury had concurrently been upbuilt to the extent of $50,000,000 to $100,000,000; but an immensity of business loss would have been averted.
A Brief History of Panics and Their Periodical Occurrence in the United States Cl��ment Juglar
In the case of mass power, the tendency to abuse power will sooner or later come into operation, and the abuse of power will destroy the foundation upon which power is upbuilt.
The Dominant Sex: A Study in the Sociology of Sex Differentiation, by Mathilde and Mathias Vaerting; translated from the German by Eden and Cedar Paul 1923
In the British system of local government, gradually evolved from the experience of the past and carefully upbuilt in accordance with modern democratic institutions to suit every local condition, we have a system which contains all the wisdom of the old with all the utilitarianism and democratic vigour of the young, combined with a remarkable adaptability to local conditions and even local prejudices.
We would upbuild your country as we have upbuilt our own.
Relations of the United States with Canada and Great Britain 1905
He ought to be able to blockade his mind to any speculations as concerned his future usefulness by raising up a perfect barricade of past memories, and then by sitting down on top of the barricade and gloating because it was a little higher than that upbuilt by the next man.
The Brentons Anna Chapin Ray 1905
The sea was thus kept shallow, and at times, especially toward the close of the era, much of the area was upbuilt or raised to low, marshy, coastal plains.
The Elements of Geology William Harmon Norton 1900
A RAILWAY STATION IN PHILADELPHIA. blood, which, following after -- because Columbus had first shown the way -- peopled, saved and upbuilt the whole magnificent northern land that Spain missed and lost.
The True Story of Christopher Columbus, Called the Great Admiral 1892
Pedrarias lived until his eighty-ninth year, and died in his bed at Panama; which town had been first visited by one of his captains, Tello de Guzman, founded by Espinosa and upbuilt by himself.
South American Fights and Fighters And Other Tales of Adventure Cyrus Townsend Brady 1890
We are told by one of them that "she had upbuilt with strenuous pains a resolute virtue," conquering many faults, and gaining a lofty nobleness of spirit.
George Eliot; a Critical Study of Her Life, Writings & Philosophy George Willis Cooke 1885
We are told by one of them that “she had upbuilt with strenuous pains a resolute virtue,” conquering many faults, and gaining a lofty nobleness of spirit.
George Eliot; A Critical Study of Her Life, Writings and Philosophy Cooke, George W 1884
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