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Robert Andrews - 1993 - 1092 pages
|Nekayah. in The History of Kasselai, ch. 47 (1759). 18 A single day is enough to |
make us a little larger or, another time, a little smaller. PAUL KLEE (1879-1 940).
Swiss artist. The Dories of Paul Klee Ifl9fl-;9;8(1957;lr. 1965), entry for Jan. 1908.
|WoodyAllen The Buddha always told his disciples not to waste their time and |
energy in metaphysical speculation. Whenever he ... Dorothy Day A single day is
enough to make us a little larger or, another time, a little smaller. Paul Klee Fear ...
|such a big task... yet they pressed on and came up with another solution. Not |
making a ... In other words, making decisions - good or bad - has to be our job
and the fear of making a wrong one must not stop us from making one. The only
... A single day is enough to make us a little larger, or, another time, a little smaller
|For Gluck sounded different from the way he did in Paris, altogether different, |
strongly psychological, the wind instruments ... Yet the pose didn't last long; a
single day is enough to make us a little larger or, another time, a little smaller.
|Kennedy, John F. Let us resolve to be masters, not the victims, of our history, |
controlling our own destiny without giving way to blind ... Kingsley, Charles A
single day is enough to make us a little larger or, another time, a little smaller. -
|Lays out strategies for harnessing one's creativity for greater success, drawing on the wisdom of more than two hundred creative thinkers, including Steve Jobs and Chris Rock.|
|Having a fish in a small fish tank would have been nice. Maybe another time. One |
day as I played in the sand in the backyard, Auntie came outside to show me
something. It was a small box, the box with the little toy soldiers inside it. ... in
them were in small drawings and they were like a comic book, but at the end of
each story it showed you how to build something small and was easy to make. ...
She found a large metal baking pan in the oven, took it out and filled it halfway
with water ...
|Eleven miles did not seem to be much of a stage in the afternoon of a long June |
day, and so we went into camp in the grov« and proceeded to hull the ... And for
this and other correspondingly good reasons it was 4 o'clock in the afternoon ...
And if the Little Pilgrim could not make the port of Deerfield in all that time, why
then — With the river we skirted the placid ... Some one spoke to me from the seat
behind, and upon turning around I saw two gentlemen somewhat past middle
|At another time I had a stone jar full, into which I think a little water leaked; if not |
that, it was not sufficiently ripened when it was extracted. ... Hence honey can not
be safely kept in a cellar — I doubt whether even in a cemented one. unless it is
so sealed as to ... Ernest R. Root tries to make us think that the bicycle is the
cheapest thing to be used, in visiting out-apiaries. ... The small bee-keepers are
apt to think that their bees stand a poor chance w hen there is a large apiary near
|By falling down a rabbit hole and stepping through a mirror, Alice experiences unusual adventures with a variety of nonsensical characters.|