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from that circumstance or source

from that place or from there

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But the year had brought great change, I wot, to the lands of Sir Richard of the Lea; for, where before shaggy wild grasses grew upon the meadow lands, now all stretch away in golden stubble, betokening that a rich and plentiful crop had been gathered therefrom. A year had made a great change in the castle, also, for, where were empty moats and the crumbling of neglect, all was now orderly and well kept.
She derives therefrom a certain amount of power to row the boat; that power will produce so much money; you add that to the small annuity; and thus you get at the young woman's income.
and what is the inference to be drawn therefrom? What suggested it, is the circumstance of my best pupil--my treasure--being snatched from my hands, and put away out of my reach; the inference to be drawn from it is--that, being a steady, reasonable man, I did not allow the resentment, disappointment, and grief, engendered in my mind by this evil chance, to grow there to any monstrous size; nor did I allow them to monopolize the whole space of my heart; I pent them, on the contrary, in one strait and secret nook.
After such little scenes her spirits would maintain their flow, often for some hours, and, as I remarked before, her health therefrom took a sustenance and vigour which, previously to the event of her aunt's death and her dismissal, had almost recreated her whole frame.
Ah, said Sir Gawaine, damsels, methinketh ye are to blame, for it is to suppose he that hung that shield there will not be long therefrom, and then may those knights match him on horseback, and that is more your worship than thus; for I will abide no longer to see a knight's shield dishonored.
Forgive me, fair ladies, if, through inadvertence, I have in aught offended you; for intentionally and wittingly I have never done so to any; and pray to God that he deliver me from this captivity to which some malevolent enchanter has consigned me; and should I find myself released therefrom, the favours that ye have bestowed upon me in this castle shall be held in memory by me, that I may acknowledge, recognise, and requite them as they deserve."
The Socialistic bourgeois want all the advantages of modern social conditions without the struggles and dangers necessarily resulting therefrom. They desire the existing state of society minus its revolutionary and disintegrating elements.
Instead the figure of the tall and comely Heliumite filled her mind, crowding therefrom all other images.
However, as Rogers notes, complete rejection of the Holy Land would have meant casting aside Christianity and the values therefrom. Instead, she continues, they " .
This congruity of aim was because architects, developers and owner/tenants had things in common: wealth and the shared urban culture which flowed therefrom in days before the internal combustion engine.
"They must...apologize for these grave provocations and take full responsibility for all the consequences arising therefrom," the report said.
Romano breached its duty and therefore is liable for all reasonable damages arising therefrom.
"Iron seemeth a simple metal but in its nature are many mysteries, and men who bend to them their minds shall, in arriving days, gather therefrom great not to themselves alone but to all mankind." - Joseph Glanvill, 1636-1680
Eight men are convicted of planting enough explosives in Quartzite Falls, on Arizona's Tonto National Forest, to blast the once-Class 6 rapids to benign status - apparently to facilitate rafting (and boost revenues therefrom) through the pristine Salt River Canyon Wilderness.
The whole number of bound copies of a work printed from a single setting of type or from plates made therefrom. The term edition is usually distinguished from printing; a printing refers to one continuous operation of the printing process, and thus a single edition may have several printings if the same plates are used more than once.