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For it would be better to die once and for all than to suffer pain for all one's life.
There is a time for all things--Except Marriage my dear.
A man is reputed to have thought and eloquence; he cannot, for all that, say a word to his cousin or his uncle. They accuse his si ...
For all the saints who from their labors rest,
Who, to the world their steadfast faith confessed,
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It should be noted that when he seizes a state the new ruler ought to determine all the injuries that he will need to inflict. He ...
Just as it cannot rain for an entire year, so one cannot remain poor all one's life.
There is something to be said for losing one's possessions, after nothing can be done about it. I had loved my Nanking home and th ...
We ought, says Kant, to become acquainted with the instrument, before we undertake the work for which it is to be employed; for if ...
Lately ... Americans have begun to understand that trouble does not start somewhere on the other side of town. It seems to origina ...
The only means of strengthening one's intellect is to make up one's mind about nothing--to let the mind be a thoroughfare for all ...
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