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State of the Union 1834 - Andrew Jackson (US President)

... by the estimates for the present session that a great reduction will take place in the expenditures of the Department in consequence of these laws, and there is reason to believe that their operation will be salutary and that the colonization ...

State of the Union 1900 - William McKinley

... of existing treaty and asked that the justice to which she is entitled shall be meted in regard to her unfortunate countrymen in our territory with the same full measure she herself would give to any American were his reciprocal ...

Le Roy v. Tatham - The Supreme Court of the United States

... machine contained the same combination as the plaintiffs' machine, that the plaintiffs cannot recover, by reason of applying the same combination to a new use." "Which instructions his honor declined to give, and stated that he had explained to them his ...

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The Critique of Pure Reason; Part 27 - Immanuel Kant

... a Supreme Being?--his answer would be: Nothing but the desire of Teaching reason to know its own powers better, and, at the same time, a Dislike of the procedure by which that faculty was compelled to support Foregone conclusions, and prevented ...

City of Chicago v. Morales - The Supreme Court of the United States

... that criminalizes conduct people normally believe to be innocent is solved when persons receive actual notice from a police order of what they are expected to do."[27] We find this response unpersuasive for at least two reasons. First, the purpose ...

House of the Seven Gables (Chap. 1) - Nathaniel Hawthorne

... knew him best, that he would positively have taken the very singular step of giving up the House of the Seven Gables to the representative of Matthew Maule, but for the unspeakable tumult which a suspicion of the old gentleman's project ...

From A to Screen - Johanna Drucker

... everything to do with the technology in which he was imaging their production. The idea of treating letters as pure mathematical information had suggested that they were reducible to algorithmic conditions outside of instantiation. He had believed that the letters ...

State of the Union 1878 - Rutherford B. Hayes

... believed that the organization of such a body of Indian cavalry, receiving a moderate pay from the Government, would considerably weaken the restless element among the Indians by withdrawing from it a number of young men and giving them congenial employment under the ...

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Folk-lore of Shakespeare - Chapter VIII. Plants - T.F. Thiselton Dyer

... character, as in "Measure for Measure," (iv. 3):" They would else have married me to the rotten medlar." Chaucer, in the "Reeve's Prologue," applies the same name to it? "That ilke fruit is ever lenger the wers, Till it be roten ...

R.v. W. (D.) - Supreme Court of Canada

... end I would ask that you give me ten minutes before you start your actual deliberation. [Emphasis added.] After hearing the submission of counsel, during which counsel for the Crown strenuously objected to the absence of a charge drawing to the jury ...

Society and Solitude (Chap. 5) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... a chemist, and the same rule holds for all. We must not make believe with our money, but spend heartily, and buy up and not down. I am afraid that, so considered, our houses will not be found to have unity and ...

State of the Union 1840 - Martin Van Buren

... be regulated by express stipulations.    It affords me pleasure to communicate to you that the Government of Chili has entered into an agreement to indemnify the claimants in the case of the Macectonian for American property seized in 1819, and ...

McCutcheon v. FEC: Oral Arguments 10/8/13 (No. 12-536) - The Supreme Court of the United States

... corruption by doing that, and there is no other neutral justification that I can think of for why you would impose such a rule. But the point is, with respect to elected officials and the giving of money to the elected officials ...

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Discourses on the First Decade of Titus Livius (Chap. 3.6) - Niccolò Machiavelli

... proceeding is the same in both. It is true, nevertheless, that conspiracies which are to be carried out by poison are, by reason of their uncertainty, attended by greater danger. For since fewer opportunities offer for their execution, you must ...

The Conduct of Life (Chap. 3) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... be pursued for a short time, I think it would begin to mistrust something. And if you should take out of the powerful class engaged in trade a hundred good men, and put in a hundred bad, or, what is just the same thing ...

Life Of Marcus Cato - Plutarch

... in office, that apparently they did not know their road; since they could not do without beadles to guide them on it. He also reproved the citizens for choosing still the same men as their magistrates: "For you will seem ...

Self-Reliance - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... my power, to save their sensibility. Besides, all persons have their moments of reason, when they look out into the region of absolute truth; then will they justify me, and do the same thing. The populace think that your rejection ...

Light in August (Chapter 8) - William Faulkner

... ) to make me regret that I have spoken. To fall into sloth and idleness again. However, reward was created for man the same as chastisement. Do you see that heifer yonder? From today that calf is your own. See that I do ...

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Chapter 6: Detroit Red - Malcolm X

... me know that this customer was one of the top executives of the fabulous Forty Thieves gang. That was the gang of organized boosters, who would deliver, to order, in one day, C.O.D., any kind of garment you desired. You would ...

Greece v. Galloway - The Supreme Court of the United States

... bring before the board. The sectarian content of the prayers compounds the subtle coercive pressures, they argue, because the nonbeliever who might tolerate ecumenical prayer is forced to do the same for prayer that might be inimical to his or ...

The Republic (Book 3) - Plato

... natures? Yes, I said, I too would have good judges and good physicians. But do you know whom I think good? Will you tell me? I will, if I can. Let me however note that in the same question you join two things which are ...

The Conservative - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... the foot forward; in the hour when it does that, it is not establishment, but reform. Conservatism tends to universal seeming and treachery, believes in a negative fate; believes that men's temper governs them; that for me, it avails not to ...

Nostromo (Chap. 3.4) - Joseph Conrad

... formal proceedings. "My advice, senores, is that you should wait for your fate in your houses. There is no necessity for you to give yourselves up formally into Montero's hands. Submission to the inevitable, as Don Juste calls it, is ...

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Life Of Poplicola - Plutarch

... way for him. The same fashion in their doors the Greeks, they say, had of old universally, which appears from their comedies, where those that are going out make a noise at the door within, to give notice to those that ...

State of the Union 1832 (written) - Andrew Jackson (US President)

... .       That manufactures adequate to the supply of our domestic consumption would in the abstract be beneficial to our country there is no reason to doubt, and to effect their establishment there is perhaps no American citizen who would not for ...

State of the Union 1912 - William Howard Taft

... commission, which shall have the powers necessary to enable it to do the needful work and with authority to study the question of the equitable distribution of the waters. There is every reason to believe that an understanding upon this ...

The Religious System Of The Amazulu - Part 2 Ancestor Worship - Henry Callaway

... .?You come to me, coming for the purpose of killing me. It is clear that you were a bad fellow when you were a man: are you still a bad fellow under the ground? I p. 158 used not to think that your Itongo would ...

State of the Union 1926 - Calvin Coolidge

... . BANKING    There has been pending in Congress for nearly three years banking legislation to clarify the national bank act and reasonably to increase the powers of the national banks. I believe that within the limitation of sound banking principles Congress should ...

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The Tunnel Under the World - Frederik Pohl

... accomplishing anything. Give me that gun before you do any more damage. Give it to me now ." Burckhardt bellowed angrily. The gleam on this robot torso was steel; Burckhardt was not at all sure that his bullets would pierce it ...

Carmen - Ch. 3 - Prosper Merimee

... ! upon my word! Are you my rom, pray that you give me orders? If El Tuerto is pleased, what have you to do with it? Oughtn't you to be very happy that you are the only man who can call ...

Folk-lore of Shakespeare - Chapter I. Fairies - T.F. Thiselton Dyer

... superstition attributing it to the merry roundelays of the moonlight fairies 3. In the "Tempest" (v. 1) Prospero invokes the fairies as the "demi-puppets" that "By moonshine do the green-sour ringlets make, Whereof the ewe not bites; and you, whose pastime ...

Nineteen Eighty-Four (Book 1, Chapter 8) - George Orwell

... ,' I says. 'An if you'll believe me, 'e puts 'is 'and on my chest and gives me a shove as pretty near sent me under the wheels of a bus. Well, I was young in them days, and I was going to 'ave fetched 'im ...

Kuhlmann v. Wilson - The Supreme Court of the United States

... was placed in a cell that overlooked the scene of his crimes. Id. at 745. For all the record shows, however, that fact was sheer coincidence. Nor do we perceive any reason to require police to isolate one charged with crime ...

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United States v. Morrison - The Supreme Court of the United States

... 50 percent do not use public transit alone after dark for the same reason." S. Rep. No. 102-197, p. 38 (1991) (citing M. Gordon & S. Riger, The Female Fear 15 (1989))."[Forty-one] percent of judges surveyed believed that juries give sexual assault ...

The Innocents Abroad (Chap. 51) - Mark Twain

... did not seem reasonable to me that men should kiss each other, but I am aware, now, that they did. There was reason in it, too. The custom was natural and proper; because people must kiss, and a man would not be ...

The History of Herodotus, Vol II (Chap. 5) - Herodotus

... , bearing the same proposals as Alexander the Macedonian had brought over to the Athenians. These he sent for the second time, being aware beforehand that the dispositions of the Athenians were not friendly, but hoping that they would give way ...

ARE YOU LIVING IN A COMPUTER SIMULATION? - Nick Bostrom

... . Because of this fundamental uncertainty, even the basement civilization may have a reason to behave ethically. The fact that it has such a reason for moral behavior would of course add to everybody else?s reason for behaving morally, and so on, in ...

State of the Union 1856 - Franklin Pierce

... under protest and subject to future adjustment. There is reason to believe that an arrangement between Denmark and the maritime powers of Europe on the subject will be soon concluded, and that the pending negotiation with the United States may ...

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State of the Union 1896 - Grover Cleveland

... duties of his office, though for some unaccountable reason his formal exequatur from the Sultan has not been issued.    I do not believe that the present somber prospect in Turkey will be long permitted to offend the sight of Christendom. It ...

State of the Union 1837 - Martin Van Buren

... expectations that past legislation would be made a rule for the future, and at the same time removing the most plausible ground on which intrusions are excused and adopting more efficient means to prevent them hereafter, appears to me the most ...