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|Precious gems are profoundly buried in the earth and can only be extracted at |
the expense of great labor. ... He did not throw up his legs in despair; he just
alighted and went about looking for the right place to begin operations. It is the
|Eugene St Martin, Jr. “Precious gems are profoundly buried in the earth and can |
only be extracted at the expense of great labour.” Anandamayi Ma Letting Go
Does the leaf let go of the tree... Eugene St. Martin, Ir. 59.
|Joubert, Joseph Syzygy, inexorable, pancreatic, phantasmagoria --- anyone who |
can use those four words in one ... Kinsella, W.P. Precious gems are profoundly
buried in the earth and can only be extracted at the expense of great labor. - Ma ...
|But one might suppose that England and Russia could find some common |
ground of agreement, ... (2) It will show that only in connection with the return of
Christ does the doctrine of the incarnation receive its full meaning. The profound
interest in the subject of the Conference was shown in the attendance of
ministers and laymen on the opening day. The morning audience filled ... Many of
the latter, however, are partly supported by the people among whom they labor.
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|One of the most accomplished and prominent novels of the Victorian era, "Middlemarch" is an unsurpassed portrait of nineteenth-century English provincial life.|
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|It gave the world proof of his genius and launched a powerful legacy. The novel follows the trajectory of Eugene Gant, a brilliant and restless young man whose wanderlust and passion shape his adolescent years in rural North Carolina.|
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