here are two more-----refuse from what one had said-we would hav won this had he not broken his words
1. read the fine print.---------to know all the information contained in a document---one should always read the fine print before signing any contract
2. break your word.
A)The important place that it occupies in Marx's system is shown by the hundreds of pages that he devotes in Capital to its elucidation and illustration.
B)But nowhere do we find any indications that Marx had ever been inside a cotton-mill or down a coal mine,that he had ever visited pottery or iron-works or railways shed;and all the details with which his pages are filled was what he could collect from Set NO.7 in row G in the British Musuem reading-room.
C)Most of his supporting material is drawn from English practise ,for the very good reason that it was in England that the capitalized system had mainly originated and had reached its most advanced development.
D)This theory of surplus value is Marx's special contribution to economic ideology,and it is no wonder that it made a strong appeal to the workers, especially those engaged in
factory production in the industrialized countries of Europe and America.
A)Before the modern system of capitalist enetrprise could come into existence , there had to be what Marx calls the stage of "primary accumulation",which he defines as "the historical process whereby the producer was divorced from the means of production."
b)These were "the idyllic methods of primary accumulation",which cleared th ground for capitalist agriculture and provided urban industry wth the requisite number of masterless proletarians".
c)This was effected through the spoliation of the property of the Church at th Reformation, the subsequent alienation of the State domains, the transformation of feudal property and the property of the Scottish clans, by a system of ruthless terrorism , into modern private property .
d)hard upon their heels came the commercial wars between the great European powers,fought over the wholse surface of the globe,of which a resent sequel had been th opium wars against China.
e)Then followed the discoveries of gold and silver in America,the extirpation or enslavement and entombment of the native,the beginning of the conquest of the East Indies,the transformation of Africa into a source of raw material of the slave trade-those were the incidents that characterized the rosy dawn of the period of capitalist production".
A)Henry had trouble falling asleep , and once asleep he went from one dream to another.
B)The phone rang.
C)He was showing a house to a young couple.
D)He looked at it but could not find it.
answers for 136 to 140
There are 2000 member on a club, 800 likes swimming, 1300 like golf, 500 like swimming & golf then how many like only swimming, golf?
there are 50 people, 20 like jukebox+game, 10 like game+book , 35 like book+jukebox. Than how many like only book, jukebox.
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hi all, ans of q-5 in EX-A should be e as ans b B) Johnsons use of the dash in his text of Dickinsons poetry misleads readers about the poets intentions. misses the point of dash in the passage .
hi tanveev i did not understand the logic behind ans of q-4 in ex -a . shount it be b instead of e as e is somewhat illogical.
hi tanveev i did not understand the logic behind nas of q-4 in ex -a . shount it be b instead of e as e is somewhat illogical.