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The frost which kills the harvest of a year saves the harvest of a century, by destroying the weevil or the locust.
What, after all, does the practicalness of life amount to? The things immediate to be done are very trivial. I could postpone them ...
The more supple vagabond, too, is sure to appear on the least rumor of such a gathering, and the next day to disappear, and go int ...
I heard the dog-day locust here, and afterward on the carries, a sound which I had associated only with more open, if not settled ...
Who knows what sort of seventeen-year locust will next come out of the ground?
What youthful philosophers and experimentalists we are! There is not one of my readers who has yet lived a whole human life. These ...
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