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Gillian Taylor: You're from outer space?
James T. Kirk: No, I'm from Iowa; I work in outer space.
It's a very odd thing--
As odd as can be--
That whatever Miss T. eats
Turns into Miss T.;
Alicia Huberman: Look, I'll make it easy for you. The time has come when you must tell me that you have a wife and two adorable ch ...
Captain Prescott: I don't like this. I don't like her coming here.
Mr. Beardsley: She's had me worried for some time, a woman
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I could not help but say that Mr. Carlyle seemed the only virtuous philosopher we had. Upon which his wife answered, "My dear, if ...
With wonderful art he grinds into paint for his picture all his moods and experiences, so that all his forces may be brought to th ...
What else has been English news for so long a season? What else, of late years, has been England to us,--to us who read books, we ...
Carlyle must undoubtedly plead guilty to the charge of mannerism. He not only has his vein, but his peculiar manner of working it. ...
Carlyle speaks of Nature with a certain unconscious pathos for the most part. She is to him a receded but ever memorable splendor, ...
If Carlyle does not take two steps in philosophy, are there any who take three?
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