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Age. That period of life in which we compound for the vices that remain by reviling those we have no longer the vigor to commit.
Some people are like ants. Give them a warm day and a piece of ground and they start digging. There the similarity ends. Ants keep ...
While abroad, he met with a very salacious English woman, whose liberality retrieved his fortune, with several circumstances more ...
So immense are the claims on a mother, physical claims on her bodily and brain vigor, and moral claims on her heart and thoughts, ...
We can paint unrealistic pictures of the juggler--displaying her now as a problem-free paragon of glamour and now as a modern hag. ...
The genius of the Saxon race, friendly to liberty; the enterprise, the very muscular vigor of this nation, are inconsistent with s ...
But in every constitution some large degree of animal vigor is necessary as material foundation for the higher qualities of the ar ...
Our life seems not present, so much as prospective; not for the affairs on which it is wasted, but as a hint of this vast- flowing ...
Plants are the young of the world, vessels of health and vigor; but they grope ever upwards towards consciousness; the trees are i ...
The triumphs of peace have been in some proximity to war. Whilst the hand was still familiar with the sword-hilt, whilst the habit ...
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