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People accuse journalism of being too personal; but to me it has always seemed far too impersonal. It is charged with tearing away ...
In those rare days, the press was seldom known to snarl or bark,
But sweetly sang of men in pow'r, like any tuneful lark;
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The abominable doctrine taught in the pulpit, the press, in books and elsewhere, is that the whole duty of women is self- abasemen ...
The world 's a bubble, and the life of man
Less then a span:
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There was a young man of Montrose
Who had pockets in none of his clothes.
When a man has married a wife, he finds out whether
Her knees and elbows are only glued together.
What makes the computer's representation special is that it can be manipulated so rapidly without direct human intervention. Once ...
A machine is characterized by sustained, autonomous action. It is set up by human hands and then is more or less set loose from hu ...
The man whose silent days
In harmless joys are spent,
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An honest man may really love a pretty girl, but only an idiot marries her merely because she is pretty.
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