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Neither a borrower nor a lender be,
For loan oft loses both itself and friend,
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Youth is disagreeable time, for it is neither possible then nor prudent to be productive in any sense whatsoever.
He saw Mr. Lincoln but once; at the melancholy function called an Inaugural Ball. Of course he looked anxiously for a sign of char ...
Am I in love? ... If in love, where's the sweetheart? Is it the noble-hearted F___ or the giddy, young, black-eyed E___ who fills ...
My desire is that your office [the New York Customhouse] shall be conducted on strictly business principles.... In making appointm ...
Reason, in a strict sense, as meaning the judgment of truth and falsehood, can never, of itself, be any motive to the will, and ca ...
A man of fashion never has recourse to proverbs, and vulgar aphorisms; uses neither favourite words nor hard words, but takes grea ...
Dogmatic theological statements are neither logical propositions nor poetic utterances. They are "shaggy dog" stories; they have a ...
I envy neither the heart nor the head of any legislator who has been born to an inheritance of privileges, who has behind him ages ...
He did not live, he observed life from a window, and too often was inclined to content himself with no more than what his friends ...
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