1 And this arises from a thing which is called the tax on doors and windows.
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2 Hence arises a truer measure in the definitive judgments of nations.
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3 A phenomenon whence arises ruin and new births.
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4 It uses it in accordance with its fancy, it dips into it hap-hazard, and it often confines itself, when occasion arises, to alter it in a gross and summary fashion.
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5 From this silence there arises a certain mysterious plenitude which filters into thought and there congeals into bronze.
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6 This arises from the fact that she is an artist.
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7 And because in every republic we find the two parties of nobles and commons, the question arises, to which of these two this guardianship can most safely be entrusted.
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8 This it is which has led me to inquire whence this oblivion of things arises, a question of which I shall treat in the following Chapter.
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9 The power, then, that parents have over their children, arises from that duty which is incumbent on them, to take care of their off-spring, during the imperfect state of childhood.
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10 Hence it arises that the French cannot stand against the Switzers, and without the Switzers they do not come off well against others.
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11 This, I believe, arises firstly from causes that have already been discussed at length, namely, that the prince who relies entirely on fortune is lost when it changes.
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12 Hence arises a new human unity, pulling the ends of earth nearer, and all men, black, yellow, and white.
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13 Yes, each time that there arises in Russia a movement of thought, it becomes clear that the movement sinks deep into the Slavonic nature where it would but have skimmed the surface of other nations.
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14 But as soon as a storm arises and the sea begins to heave and the ship to move, such a delusion is no longer possible.
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15 This contradiction arises from the fact that military science assumes the strength of an army to be identical with its numbers.
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