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|Luck marches with those who give their very best - Brown Jr., H. Jackson There is |
no such thing as luck. It's a fancy name for being always at our duty, and so sure
to be ready when good time comes. - Bulwer-Lytton, Edward G. You don't just ...
|Sourcebooks, Inc. Luck marches with those who give their very best. H. Jackson |
Brown Jr. Some folk want their luck buttered. Thomas Hardy Destiny is.
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|Luck marches with those who give their very best. —H. Jackson Brown Jr. |
Prelude John “Jack” Bastian was born in Reed Springs, Missouri, on 28 August
1930. With the outbreak of the Korean War in June 1950, John entered the
|Her eyes are so warm, vulnerable, and hungry that I want to give her something |
to help her. I feel I ... Cherokee lore says that the bird is sent from the Spirit World
to coo for those who feel alone; the song is said to tell them that they are loved.
|in their most intimate nighttime encounters had Craig looked at her the way her |
mail-order husband was looking at ... The best of them, though truly sympathetic
and caring, were still bound by the dictates of their job to intrude into the private
lives of those they helped. ... in her husband's eyes to tell her that the grim-faced
woman marching across the lawn toward them was one of the worst. ... the social
worker said with a disapproving sniff, giving Eve a disparaging glance as she
|49 Politicians and military leaders have long advocated continuing to prosecute |
their wars with the twisted logic that because some have ... us that the suffering is
best labeled mental illness and best treated through the methods of therapists'
guilds and drug suppliers. ... In the meantime, that definitely is not happening, so
for the most part, each veteran (and, for those who are lucky to have loved ones,
|treated to the best wines that the house afforded, for I was determined to keep up |
the character of the English ... I was even asked to an assembly at Wilhelmshohe,
the Elector's palace, and danced a minuet there with the Hofmarshal's lovely
daughter, and lost ... was not able to give him the real name, and so said his
name was O'Grady: it is as good a name as any other, and those ... The prince in
whose dominions we were was known to be the most ruthless seller of men in
|I don't like to think that Annie really I wanted to blow anybody up. ... We were |
lucky it was her that walked in on us that day. ... I didn't think she liked white
people too much, but I'd heard she'd been with Martin Luther King a couple of
years before on those marches and I couldn't blame her. Anyway, she couldn't
give me away without giving away the brother, but to this day, I believe it really
didn't matter to ...
|Humane doctors, most of them. Before the ... Here goes. Here's good luck. ... |
Asquadof constables debouchedfrom College street, marching in Indian file. ...
After their feed with a good load of fat soup under their belts. ... Give me in charge
|The most insensible would be affected at the sight of this spectacle. After some ... |
If among these sad remains there happens to be those of a chief, his successor
gives a great feast ... But I forgot to mention that all these marches are made to
the sound of their instruments, accompanied with their best voices, and that every
one in these marches keep time to the music. ... They fancy it procures luck at