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|New beginnings are accessible to everyone, and everyone has trouble with them|
. Much as we may wish to make a new beginning, some part of us resists doing
so as though we were making the first step towards disaster. Everyone has a ...
|Bertolt Brecht I wish my deadly foe no worse Than want of friends and empty |
purse. - Nicholas Breton Much as we may wish to make a new beginning, some
part of us resists doing so as though we were making the first step toward
|The detail of griefs that beset us will certainly not be new, and if we wander for a |
while in an umbrageous chestnut grove you will ... to invent some new means to
give us trouble and annoyance, concerning which I will have further occasion to
speak. ... Unless there is a technical violation of the contract, so that a law point
can be passed upon by the court, they make the ... the laws were made bo
stringent they became prohibitory and the companies, seeing no prospect of
making money ...
|ad valorem, cannot be raised without the consent of England, for China is bound |
by treaty with us to confine her ... Li Hung Chang wishes to double that. ...
astonished to think that we will not make the concession he asks without any
corresponding concession on his part. ... That is, of course, an important step, but
we must not forget that it alone will not save China. ... that makes light of the
culpability of such errors as these, as if they might be excused by showing that
they were due in ...
|Its next step might be to join science associations in Latin America and create a |
true American Association for the Advancement of Science ... In calling upon his
scientific colleagues to expand their action to the international scene, Seaborg
said: “If we want to see our children live ... What is needed is a new beginning in
fact — a credible and realistic partnership which must begin at the top. .... In
doing so, they need the cooperation, the commitment, and the support of the
|You may give salute again ! ... As fair as l caln view They-all. are es' like we-all, |
cept we're gray-backs Dlaccrin' b no. ... No; let our next foe learn from us 'tis
harder to resist The open band of friendship than the clenched and armored fist.
... Dining one day with a friend in New York, he told of the hardships borne in
winter by certain missionaries to the Indians in the for West. .... Unfortunately, it
was not the cause of so many as the want. of courage and chivalry on the part of
the crew ...
|How long I rested can only be guessed, but the next thing that interrupted my |
slumber was the plunging of Buckskin, when ... which would have been an
irreparable disaster, and that so long as I could keep up the blaze I might feel at
ease; ... We entered a restaurant where fountains were leaping among the
emerald fronds of tropical plants, the rainbows in their ... in my flask, my throat
was parched till I could hardly speak to my horse, and I did not know how much
longer I could resist.
|The pinions project many inches beyond any visible b< ar- in<f, the link of the link |
motion is so hung that the bWk 4 ipa 2in. ... There is, indeed, no want of variety.
We must reserve for a future notice some of the novelties among the implements
exhibited. ... by several engineers for many years past, but, unfortunately for us,
we may justly exclaim, " save us from our friends." Some of the engineers of our
dockyards — men who, of all others, ought to have been tho first and most urgent
|And so we were round, and were soon flying before the wmd with jib and foresail |
set. .... No granite fort exists that can resist the destructive effects of the new
artillery, and our steel~plated ships will carry this formidable artillery under the ...
|He was a man alone. Ayn Rand's classic tale of a future dark age of the great We -- in which individuals have no name, no independence, and no values -- anticipates her later masterpieces, The Fountainhead and Atlas Shrugged.|