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New York is more now than the sum of its people and buildings. It makes sense only as a mechanical intelligence, a transporter sys ...
One definition of man is "an intelligence served by organs."
In Sumter and other counties [in South Carolina] the whites are resorting to intimidation and violence to prevent the colored peop ...
He who seeks intelligence lacks intelligence.
We evaluate the services that anyone renders to us according to the value he puts on them, not according to the value they have fo ...
The role of the intelligence--that part of us which affirms and denies and formulates opinions--is merely to submit.
Now there are varieties of gifts, but the same Spirit; and there are varieties of services, but the same Lord; and there are varie ...
Having intelligence is not as important as knowing when to use it, just as having a hoe is not as important as knowing when to pla ...
By 1879, seven churches of various denominations were holding services, which led the local Chronicle to comment, "All have but on ...
In a Kelton church, when a heated argument once began at morning services, a devout old deacon arose from his seat in the 'amen co ...
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