F. G. Banting quotes

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The bright old day now dawns again; the cry runs through the the land,
In England there shall be dear bread--in Ireland, swor
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The whole bank, which is from twenty to forty feet high, is sometimes overlaid with a mass of this kind of foliage, or sandy ruptu ...
[James G. Blaine's] devotion to the public interests, his marked ability, and his exalted patriotism have won for him the gratitud ...
[F]rankly ... it was perfectly true that I had, for over a year, expressed the opinion that Indo-China should not go back to Franc ...
True thoughts are those alone which do not understand themselves.
Men get to be a mixture of the charming mannerisms of the women they have known.
Lies, fables and romances must needs be probable, but not the truth and foundation of our faith.
Doubt must be no more than vigilance, otherwise it can become dangerous.
We say that someone occupies an official position, whereas it is the official position that occupies him.
There is no more important rule of conduct in the world than this: attach yourself as much as you can to people who are abler than ...
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