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How difficult the task to quench the fire and the pride of private ambition, and to sacrifice ourselves and all our hopes and expe ...
As to what we call the masses, and common men;Mthere are no common men. All men are at last of a size; and true art is only possib ...
People who refuse to rest honorably on their laurels when they reach "retirement" age seem very admirable to me.
I have a talent for silence and brevity. I can keep silent when it seems best to do so, and when I speak I can, and do usually, qu ...
Platonic England, house of solitudes,
rests in its laurels and its injured stone,
When the course of events shall have removed you to distant scenes of action where laurels not nurtured with the blood of my count ...
Never to walk from the station's lamps and laurels
Carrying my father's lean old leather case
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Yet once more, O ye laurels, and once more,
Ye myrtles brown, with ivy never-sere,
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I sometimes wonder whether, in the still, sleepless hours of the night, the consciences of ... professional gossips do not stalk t ...
If to be masculine is to be smart, do let [woman] try; or are you afraid, if she has the chance, that a few of your laurels will d ...
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