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How unpleasant to meet Mr. Eliot!
With his features of clerical cut,
And his brow so grim
And his mouth so prim
Under the spell of moonlight, music, flowers or the cut and smell of good tweeds, I sometimes feel the divine urge for an hour, a ...
Here is the mistake of the cut-and-dried man of culture. He goes about with the secret of having learned to appreciate the "grand ...
A gathering of Democrats is more sweaty, disorderly, offhand, and rowdy than a gathering of Republicans; it is also likely to be m ...
Most people with whom I talk, men and women even of some originality and genius, have their scheme of the universe all cut and dri ...
He will not idly dance at his work who has wood to cut and cord before nightfall in the short days of winter; but every stroke wil ...
About the London shop girls of the meaner short no derogatory remarks can be too strong, just as no commendation can be too high o ...
It was not exactly a hairdresser's; that is to say, people of a coarse and vulgar turn of mind might have called it a barber's; fo ...
One word more about giving instruction as to what the world ought to be. Philosophy in any case always comes on the scene too late ...
All womankind, from the highest to the lowest ... love jokes; the difficulty is to know how they choose to have them cut; and ther ...
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