Oregon Jargon quotes

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When Paul Bunyan's loggers roofed an Oregon bunkhouse with shakes, fog was so thick that they shingled forty feet into space befor ...
The first man to discover Chinook salmon in the Columbia, caught 264 in a day and carried them across the river by walking on the ...
In fast-moving, progress-conscious America, the consumer expects to be dizzied by progress. If he could completely understand adve ...
There is a certain jargon, which, in French, I should call un Persiflage d'Affaires, that a foreign Minister ought to be perfectly ...
Jargon: any technical language we do not understand.
Jargon is part ceremonial robe, part false beard.
No people require maxims so much as the American. The reason is obvious: the country is so vast, the people always going somewhere ...
The Oregon [matter] and the annexation of Texas are now all- important to the security and future peace and prosperity of our unio ...
The town is divided into various groups, which form so many little states, each with its own laws and customs, its jargon and its ...
Literary criticism can be no more than a reasoned account of the feeling produced upon the critic by the book he is criticizing. C ...
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