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The possibilities of the art of combination are not infinite, but they tend to be frightful. The Greeks engendered the chimera, a ...
The windy springs and the blazing summers, one after another, had enriched and mellowed that flat tableland; all the human effort ...
By such innovations are languages enriched, when the words are adopted by the multitude, and naturalized by custom.
Was I not born in this Realm? Were my parents born in any foreign country?... Is not my Kingdom here? Whom have I oppressed? Whom ...
The true thrift is always to spend on the higher plane; to invest and invest, with keener avarice, that he may spend in spiritual ...
Here was a big constructive imagination; here was a mere doctor laying bare the origins of Greek drama as no classical scholar had ...
A man's fatherliness is enriched as much by his acceptance of his feminine and childlike strivings as it is by his memories of ten ...
Christianity has enriched the erotic meal with the appetizer of curiosity and spoiled it with the dessert of remorse.
Need I add that in the whole New Testament there emerges only a single figure who commands respect? Pilate, the Roman governor. To ...
Universal orthodoxy is enriched by every new discovery of truth: what at first appeared universal, by wishing to stand still, soon ...
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