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It is told that some divorcees, elated by their freedom, pause on leaving the courthouse to kiss a front pillar, or even walk to t ...
We occasionally rested in the shade of a maple or a willow, and drew forth a melon for our refreshment, while we contemplated at o ...
Most of us don't have the option of quitting work, even if our care situation drove us to consider it in desperation. . . . It's h ...
Clearly the most unfortunate people are those who must do the same thing over and over again, every minute, or perhaps twenty to t ...
... fain would I turn back the clock and devote to French or some other language the hours I spent upon algebra, geometry, and tri ...
It is interesting to observe with what singular unanimity the farthest sundered nations and generations consent to give completene ...
For the most part we saw only the back side of the towns, but our story is true as far as it goes. We might have made more of the ...
I had observed that he did not wish to answer the same question more than once, and was often silent when it was put again for the ...
Every notable advance in technique or organization has to be paid for, and in most cases the debit is more or less equivalent to t ...
Of all human events, perhaps, the publication of a first volume of verses is the most insignificant; but though a matter of no mom ...
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