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To avoid, however, all contention, if possible, with these philosophers, if they will be called so; and to show our own disposition to accommodate matters peaceably between us, we shall here make them some concessions, which may possibly put an end to the dispute.
In return to all these concessions, I desire of the philosophers to grant, that there is in some (I believe in many) human breasts a kind and benevolent disposition, which is gratified by contributing to the happiness of others.
"Ours is a government concession!" exclaimed Professor Hylop harshly.
It seems to be theirs by right of discovery and government concession," he said, in disappointed tone.
"I've spent a good few years trying to put a bit together, and this is the first chance I've had," he said; "I'm going to have you back me as a British subject on that concession. We'll go down into the village now if you're ready."
For their part, they make allowance in their scheme of life for a great possibility, and with some of them that bare concession of possibility (the subject of it being what it is) becomes the most important fact in the world.
"But I have observed that, in nine cases out of ten, a man will make concessions to a woman, if she approaches him by her self, which he would hesitate even to consider if another man was within hearing.
He accused the professor of making too great concessions to the materialists.
This acquisition reportedly follows the recent initial acquisition of two concessions, including the Biesko-Biala concession, from subsidiaries of San Leon Energy plc
The Parliament has authorised the minister of tourism to conclude concession and lease contracts for beaches.
Minister Lim Guan Eng told the Dewan Rakyat that the concession charge to be introduced will in principle give up to 30 per cent discounts for travel during normal hours and free travel during off-peak hours between 11pm and 5am.