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Ripples In The Mesh - The Constructus Corporation Play

... smiling people feeling the song Singing along, without a care in the world (shocking and clapping?) All entirely unaware of what was about to happen. Something very, extra-ordinary is going to happen at the Long Street carnival -Oh listen old ...

Lisa the Vegetarian - The Simpsons

... , but it was a hundred and fifty degrees in the car. Bart visits a ride called "Tottertown Trolley". At the unattended entrance is a cut-out green cartoon elf, holding his arm out level and with a speech bubble that reads, "You must be ...

Songs of the South: Alabama - Country Genius

... , and their popularity continues to grow with songs like "Way Down in the Hole" and "I'll Find A Way (To Carry it All)". Alabama Shakes, from Athens brings new life to soul music with "Hold On" and "Shoegaze". St. Paul and ...

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Fooled By The Night - Minus The Bear Play

... ain't no one bar town Holding a new hand She don't know his last name She doesn't need the anguish or the pain He had a place that was just up the street She was down for the walk He had a view ...

The Old Lover - Adam Gnade & The Confederate Yankees

... wandering up ahead with sunglasses and camera. You and her are holding hands and she is crying, "God, I love them," she says "I love them all." "A double-minded man is unstable in all his ways. Let the brother of low degree ...

The Story - Bun B

... a little cash Jumped down with Big Tyme, put down a few songs Everybody co-signed saying that we could do no wrong Then hit the streets with a big ass bang Them gangsta ass rhymes with that country ass twang Dropped "Tell ...

Fire in the Booth (Part 2) - Lowkey

... who sweep the streets With more knowledge than PhDs Power to those who keep their keys Return is promised please believe Power to those that suffer in silence And those it hurts to hear Power to those that hold their ...

Nobel Lecture in Literature (1923): The Irish Dramatic Movement (Yeats) - William Butler Yeats

... keep our theatre open, something will come.4 We are burdened with debt, for we have come through war and civil war and audiences grow thin when there is firing in the streets. We have, however, survived so much that I believe ...

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Kendrick Lamar: Rapper of the Year - GQ - Kendrick Lamar

... of all the slaps in that verse, this one felt the most personal, because Drake had helped break Kendrick, handing the kid not just a verse but an entire song on his second album. After Drake's VMA performance of "Hold On ...

The Mayor of Casterbridge (Chap. 44) - Thomas Hardy

... prevailed within, and that Donald himself shared it, his voice being distinctly audible in the street, giving strong expression to a song of his dear native country that he loved so well as never to have revisited it. Idlers were standing ...

Under the Greenwood Tree (Chap. 1.8) - Thomas Hardy

... Fancy for that most delightful of country-dances, opening with six-hands-round. ?Before we begin,? said the tranter, ?my proposal is, that ?twould be a right and proper plan for every mortal man in the dance to pull off his ...

Ripples in the Mesh - The Radioplay - Constructus Corporation

... all the smiling people feeling the song Singing along, without a care in the world all shouting and clapping All entirely unaware of what was about to happen. Something very, extra-ordinary is going to happen at the Long Street carnival ...

The Readie and Easie Way - John Milton

... long labours and seaven years warr; securitie for twenty years, if we can hold it; reformation in the church for three years: then put to shift again with our vanquishd maister. His justice, his honour, his conscience declar'd quite contrarie ...

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The Reason of Church Government, Book - John Milton

... , and no relenting on his part, having done the utmost of their cure, in the name of God and of the Church they dissolve their fellowship with him, and holding forth the dreadfull sponge of excommunion pronounce him wip't out ...

After the Bombing / Speech at Ford Auditorium - Malcolm X

... those ingredients, explosive ingredients, remain, then you're going to have the potential for explosion on your hands. Brothers and sisters, let me tell you, I spend my time out there in the street with people, all kind of people, listening

You Can't Hate the Roots of a Tree and Not Hate That Tree - Malcolm X

... ingredients, remain, then you're going to have the potential for explosion on your hands. Brothers and sisters, let me tell you, I spend my time out there in the street with people, all kind of people, listening to what they ...

Chapter 15: Self Help in Hard Times - Howard Zinn

... , holding government bonus certificates which were due years in the future, demanded that Congress pay off on them now, when the money was desperately needed. And so they began to move to Washington from all over the country, with wives ...

Chapter 22: The Unreported Resistance - Howard Zinn

... , tens of thousands of people took to the streets in protest, in towns and cities all over the country. In Athens, Ohio, over 100 people were arrested, as they clashed with a prowar group. In Portland, Maine, 500 marched wearing white ...

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Napoleon III. in Italy - Elizabeth Barrett Browning

... with a nation?s joy!         Shout for France and Savoy! XI. Take up the child, Macmahon, though         Thy hand be red         From Magenta?s dead, And riding on, in front of the troop,         In the dust of the whirlwind of war Through the ...

Moby-Dick (Chap. 3: The Spouter-Inn) - Herman Melville

... resolved not to say a word till spoken to. Holding a light in one hand, and that identical New Zealand head in the other, the stranger entered the room, and without looking towards the bed, placed his candle a good way off from ...

The Condition of the Working-Class in England (Chap. 3) - Friedrich Engels

... of these men has a peculiar character. Such a man usually goes about with his family singing a pleading song in the streets or appealing, in a speech, to the benevolence of the passers-by. And it is a striking fact that these beggars are ...

The Condition of the Working-Class in England (Chap. 7) - Friedrich Engels

... one that this certainly deserves it! The younger generation spend the whole of Sunday lying in the street tossing coins or fighting dogs, go regularly to the gin palace, where they sit with their sweethearts until late at night, when ...

Natural History of the Intellect (Chapter 1) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... intimately acquainted with the premises. How lately the hunter was the poor creature's organic enemy; a presumption inflamed, as the lawyers say, by observing how many faces in the street still remind us of visages in the forest, - the escape from ...

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The Conduct of Life (Chap. 6) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... and establish free trade. 'Well,' says the man in the street, 'Cobden got a stipend out of it.' Kossuth fled hither across the ocean to try if he could rouse the New World to a sympathy with European liberty. 'Aye,' says New ...

The Conduct of Life (Chap. 7) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... of needy adventurers, and, in the western country, a general jail-delivery of all the rowdies of the rivers. Some of them went with honest purposes, some with very bad ones, and all of them with the very commonplace wish to ...

The Method of Nature - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... , and the power of transferring the affair in the street into oils and colors. Raphael must be born, and Salvator must be born. There is no attractiveness like that of a new man. The sleepy nations are occupied with their political ...

The Lady of the Lake - Canto V - Sir Walter Scott

... , But wreathed his left hand in the mane, And lightly bounded from the plain, Turned on the horse his armed heel, And stirred his courage with the steel. Bounded the fiery steed in air, The rider sat erect and fair ...

In The Ravine (Chap. 3) - Anton Chekhov

... , and in the yard under the windows. The peasant women came in to sing songs of congratulation to them. The young couple had scarcely crossed the threshold when the singers, who were already standing in the outer room with their ...

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Chapter 11 - The Tale of Nur al-Din and His So Badr al-Din Hasan - Richard F. Burton

... him a Jew as he were a shroff, a money-changer, with a pair of saddlebags containing much gold, who accosted him and kissed his hand, saying: "Whither bound, O my lord? 'Tis late in the day, and thou art clad but lightly, and I read ...

An Appeal to the Young - Peter Kropotkin

... still poets are always in the clouds and their views have nothing to do with the life of today, nor with the next visit of the Inspector of Schools... Or, on the other hand, the dreams of your youth will ...

Kate Chopin's “The Awakening: Chapters 20-24” - Ms. Nauss

... that quality count for anything in art?" "It counts with a foolish old woman whom you have captivated," replied Mademoiselle, with her wriggling laugh. The letter was right there at hand in the drawer of the little table upon which Edna ...

Meek Mill FADER Cover + Story - The FADER

... . Fans have come to associate him with riding, illegal on the street but increasingly popular in urban areas all over the country. This past March, on the night of his ?Welcome Back? concert in Philadelphia, around 70 dirt bikes and ...

The Swimmer - John Cheever

... Times. Mr. Halloran was taking beech leaves out of the water with a scoop. They seemed not surprised or displeased to see him. Their pool was perhaps the oldest in the country, a fieldstone rectangle, fed by a brook. It had no filter ...

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The Iron Throne - Game of Thrones

... lays holding CERSEI LANNISTER. TYRION bawls, and smashes a brick repeatedly in frustration. He props himself up to look at his siblings. He sobs again. EXT: THE STREETS OF KING'S LANDING ARYA STARK walks through the streets, taking in the piles ...

The Red Woman - Game of Thrones

... not a boy anymore...because you have no cock. A woman is lying in the street holding a baby. TYRION and VARYS approach. TYRION (speaking Valyrian): For your baby. To eat. The woman cowers away from TYRION. VARYS (to TYRION): She thinks you ...

The Wars to Come - Game of Thrones

... they see weakness, they?ll attack. Show your strength here, now. DAENERYS: That?s why I have the Unsullied patrolling the streets. DAARIO (scoffs): Anyone with a chest full of gold can buy an army of Unsullied. You?re not ...

Virgil's “The Aeneid (book 4)” - Lydia Langerwerf

... with the blood of beasts and the portals bloomed with varied garlands. Distraught in mind and fired with the bitter tale, they say, before the altars and amid the divine presences he often besought Jove in prayer with upturned hands ...

Herman Melville's “Moby-Dick (Chap. 3: The Spouter-Inn)” - MaxwellsCorp

... resolved not to say a word till spoken to. Holding a light in one hand, and that identical New Zealand head in the other, the stranger entered the room, and without looking towards the bed, placed his candle a good way off from ...

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The Travelling Companion - Hans Christian Andersen

... evening we will hold our wedding,' 'I like that!' cried the old king. 'So I would have it.' All present cried, 'Hurrah!' The soldiers' band played music in the streets, the bells rang, and the cake-women took off the black crape ...

The Orchard of Lost Souls (opening) - Nadifa Mohamed

... . They do not hold their bodies as far away from her as they do the schoolgirls, she notices; there is barely an inch between her and any of the boys? limbs. They always nudge her in the street too, making ...

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