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It is most oppressive to be an aunt.
James Joyce is the new Euphues: the melting pot of the language and of present literary idiom and banality.
The French are a tremendously verbal race: they kill you with their assurances, their repetitions, their reasons, their platitudes ...
Jefferson Smith: If you thought as much as being honest as you do of being smart ...
Diz: Honest? Why, we're the only ones wh
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Jefferson Smith: I hate to stand here and try your patience like this, but either I'm dead right or I'm crazy.
Senator MacPhe
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No wealth can buy the requisite leisure, freedom, and independence which are the capital in this profession. It comes only by the ...
The trick, which requires the combined skills of a tightrope walker and a cordon bleu chef frying a plain egg, is to take your [pr ...
For your God of dream or devil
You will answer, not to me.
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'Dear Captain Smith,' the ghost replied, 'you've used me ungenteelly.
The crowner's quest goes hard with me because I've acte
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Bill: I think maybe you have to come up with excuses just to avoid the moment of truth.
Lili: What?
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