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|If we had more time for discussion we should probably have made a great many |
more mistakes. - Trotsky, Leon Most people are content to let perfect days
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, Source Tell me ... Unknown, Source Most people are content to let perfect days
happen at random rather than PLAN for them. - Unknown, Source Planning ...
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|For every intellectual misfit who thought they were the only ones to think the things that Lawson dares to say out loud, this is a poignant and hysterical look at the dark, disturbing, yet wonderful moments of our lives.|
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Ferdinand Count Fathom, Sir Launcelot, Greaves, ... Although I had hitherto been
looked upon by them with the most supercilious contempt, my character now
attracted their ... from the garret window, which did great execution upon them ;
and, next day, occasioned so much mirth at their expense, ... She wished I had
been bound to some substantial handicraft, such as a weaver, or a shoemaker,
rather than loiter ...
|The best-selling author of The Black Swan shares philosophical insights into how adversity and chaos can bring out the best in individuals and communities, drawing on multiple disciplines to consider such topics as the superiority of city ...|
|'3' FM lexelt HIV/k Belgians decided to content themselves with a .y the two forts |
Steendorp and Haesdonck, as _ ~- , F, aumcf .. v "d/Mes ... it on the right flank of
the Schelde (numbered I to VIII in the map) no longer met the requirements of the
day. ... By Our London Correspondent Fr IIE coercive power which a single idea
may acquire is really rather remarkable. ... and modifies the intellectual habits of
years: so that my random reflections will very possibly be less random than usual.
|next year the number would be more than ' amounted to 93371.. and he expected |
that by this time next year r they would be at ... The Cl-IalRlAN. in introducing the
business of the day. observed. that it was at all times highly interesting to watch ...
are indebted for the ver great seal and ability with which the principles and
objects of t_ie Association have been by them ... ind utabls [bean-for it ap cared
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|If a man reap “ whatsoever he sowelli," what a harvest of coats and breeches the |
tailors will have one of these days! O A gentleman ... I know by a little what a
great deal means," as the gander said when he saw the lip of a fox's trul sticking
out of a hollow tne. A Mrs. Davy ... A fellow coming out of a tavern one frosty
moming, rather top-heavy, fell on the door-step. Trying to ... Ah, indeed l You
have lost something else, which some people would miss more than their
breeches.“—-“ Is it ...
James Silk Buckingham, John Sterling, Frederick Denison Maurice - 1873 - Read - More editions
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Extinction, by G. Butterworth (Bart- lctt), .... because it is commonplace ; another is
rejected, because its flashiness will offend the taste of refined people ; a third
may be ... and certainly, the Majority of them have not such names as would be
acceptable to the fashionable publishers of to-day. ... by the deeds of splendid
bearers, the poor title of a great book is rated by associations rather than by its