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Is a man too strong and fierce for society, and by temper and position a bad citizen,--a morose ruffian, with a dash of the pirate ...
School success is not predicted by a child's fund of facts or a precocious ability to read as much as by emotional and social meas ...
Life is like walking along a crowded street--there always seem to be fewer obstacles to getting along on the opposite pavement--an ...
You are truly the generation in the middle! You have at once aging parents as well as maturing children to cope with, and you are ...
God preaches,--a noted clergyman,--
And the sermon is never long;
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But now Nixon has come along and everything I've worked for is ruined. There's a story in the paper every day about him slashing a ...
Dubliners, strictly speaking, are my fellow-countrymen, but I don't care to speak of our "dear, dirty Dublin" as they do. Dubliner ...
Before I left home seven years ago I used to walk endlessly at night along the streets, tormented because there was a barrier betw ...
I am from time to time congratulating myself on my general want of success as a lecturer; apparent want of success, but is it not ...
The Indian from time to time pointed out to us where he had thus crept along day after day when he was a boy of ten, and in a star ...
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