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Gibbon, Edward Good laws make it easier to do right and harder to do wrong. 
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Edward Gibbon 1.1 Probability and Events In statistics, we are concerned with
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 books.google.com THE MASONIC JEWELS. 327 prospect of futurity is dark and doubtful. This day
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 books.google.com This day may possibly be my last: but the laws of probability, so true in general,
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 books.google.com This day may possibly be my last, but the laws of probability, so true in general,
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