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|Walter Bagehol (1826-1877) English economist, critic Lives the man that can |
figure a naked Duke of Windlestraw ... Samuel Butler (1835-1902) English author
Self-preservation, nature's first great law, All the creatures, except man, doth awe.
|Practical Considerations in Preparing for the Year 2000 Crisis Self-preservation, |
nature's first great law All the creatures, except man, doth awe. —Andrew Marvell
(1621-1678) Years ago, when our children were small, a good friend advised ...
|Self-preservation, nature's first great law, All the creatures, except man, doth awe. |
Andrew Marvell December 31, 2031 Instead of celebrating the coming New Year
with his friends in Buckhead Bio, Tom Ballard sat by himself in the Dallas/Fort ...
|You hear all the time, "read your labels." Let me ask you, why eat anything that is |
given a label? "Self-preservation, nature's first great law, All the creatures, except
man, doth awe." — Andrew Marvell (1621 - 1678), English metaphysical poet ...
|“Self-preservation, nature's first great law; all the creatures, except man, doth awe|
.” Andrew Marvell, 1654. “All the spheres revolve about the sun as their mid-point,
and therefore the sun is the center of the universe.” Copernicus. A CLEAR ...
|6 Like all revolutions, the surrealist revolution was a reversion, a restitution, an |
expression of vital and indispensable spiritual needs. EUGENE ... 1985), 5 Self-
preservation, nature's first great law. All the creatures, except man, doth awe.
|CHAPTER 30 IT TAKES A VILLAGE "Self preservation, nature's first great law; all |
the creatures, except man, doth awe". Andrew Marvell (1654) Let us make a
basic assumption. In a Y2K national emergency, the Federal Government will not
|Khrushchev, Nikita Self-preservation, nature's first great law, all the creatures, |
except man, doth awe. - Marvell, Andrew The consciousness of being deemed
dead, is next to the presumable unpleasantness of being so in reality. One feels
|And that things of this nature are undiscernable secrets, we may learn by the |
experience of those men who have in cases ... the mind is preserved from that
confusion and embarrassment which is experienced by the inattentive and
undiscerning, ... Of Self-Denial. These were raw and undisciplined men, for they
were just raised, and had scarcely anything more of the ... sin Jarr'd against
nature's chime, and with harsh din Broke the fair music that all creatures made To
their great Lord.
|Born in Ohio in 1842, journalist, short-story writer and critic Ambrose Bierce developed into one of this country's most celebrated and cynical wits--a merciless "American Swift" whose literary barbs were aimed at folly, self-delusion, ...|