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Hieroglyphics vs. Hobo Junction Freestyle Battle - Sway & King Tech

... I'll hit a nigga in his mouth and embark in To another journey If you wanna step to Pep Love you gonna earn these props Because you know who I am You better knock me out cause I got another program The Hobos ...

Life Of Nicias - Plutarch

... , in his Husbandmen:- "I wish to stay at home and farm, What then? Who should prevent you? You, my countrymen; Whom I would pay a thousand drachmas down, To let me give up office and leave town. Enough; content; the sum two thousand ...

Life Of Pericles - Plutarch

... a favourer of arbitrary power, and, by this means, gave the stage occasion to play upon him. As, for instance, Plato, the comic poet, introduces a character who questions him- "Tell me, if you please, Since you're the Chiron who taught ...

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State of the Union 1851 - Millard Fillmore

... in the undertaking. Too severe a judgment can hardly be passed by the indignant sense of the community upon those who, being better informed themselves, have yet led away the ardor of youth and an ill-directed love of political liberty ...

The History of the Peloponnesian War (Chap. 6.3) - Thucydides

... those who drove me forth, not, if you will be guided by me, from your service; my worst enemies are not you who only harmed your foes, but they who forced their friends to become enemies; and love of country ...

Virgil's “The Aeneid (book 5)” - Lydia Langerwerf

... snatch from doom the slender fortunes of the Trojans! Or if I deserve it, do you with leveled thunderbolt send me down to death the little that remains, and here overwhelm us with your hand.? Scarce had he uttered this when ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 8 (Chap. 5) - Richard F. Burton

... , seeing some sailors there standing, asked them whither they were bound, and they answered, "To Rosetta-city." Quoth he, "Take me with you;" and quoth they, "Well come, and welcome to thee, to thee, O goodly one!" So he betook himself ...

Politics (Book. 7) - Aristotle

... of the besiegers may be and often is too much both for ordinary human valor and for that which is found only in a few; and if they are to be saved and to escape defeat and outrage, the strongest wall ...

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Man the Reformer - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... , that I cannot be bought, -- neither by comfort, neither by pride, -- and though I be utterly penniless, and receiving bread from him, that he is the poor man beside me. And if, at the same time, a woman or a child discovers a sentiment of ...

Sura 2: The Cow - Holy Qur'an (English Interpretation)

... He taught Adam the names, all of them; then He presented them unto the angels and said, 'Now tell Me the names of these, if you speak truly.' 30 They said, 'Glory be to Thee! We know not save what ...

Virgil's “The Aeneid (book 10)” - Lydia Langerwerf

... fierce spirits, tolerant of danger.? Juno spoke submissively to him: ?O loveliest of husbands why do you trouble me, who am ill, and fearful of your harsh commands? If my love had the power it once had, that is my right ...

Paid In Full - Dame Dash

... slide, B. If I hear somethin' goin' on, I'm gonna handle it, B. - Word. - 'Cause niggas not gonna disrespect, when my niggas feel the same way, B. And that's what's gonna fuckin' happen to anybody who disrespects you, B. I love you, B. Anything, B. Let me know, man ...

The Readie and Easie Way - John Milton

... cry out in that day because of your king whom ye shall have chosen, and the Lord will not hear you in that day. Us if he shall hear now, how much less will he hear when we cry heerafter ...

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Idylls of the King - The Marriage of Geraint - Alfred Lord Tennyson

... , For truly there are those who love me yet; And keeps me in this ruinous castle here, Where doubtless he would put me soon to death, But that his pride too much despises me: And I myself sometimes despise myself; For ...

The Life of Castruccio Castracani of Lucca - Niccolò Machiavelli

... charge of Messer Francesco Guinigi, one of his companions said to him: "What shall I give you if you will let me give you a blow on the nose?" Castruccio answered: "A helmet." Having put to death a citizen of Lucca who ...

Ethics; Book 8 - Aristotle

... therefore discharge one's self of the Obligation as having received a kindness on specified terms: and if able A man would engage to repay the kindness, while if he were unable even The doer of it would not expect it of him ...

Spiritual Laws (Essay) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... Epaminondas. I hold it more just to love the world of this hour, than the world of his hour. Nor can you, if I am true, excite me to the least uneasiness by saying, `He acted, and thou sittest still.' I see action ...

Chapter 5 - The Tale of the Porter and the Three Ladies of Baghdad - Richard F. Burton

... capital cities." Thereupon she turned toward them and said: "Let each and every of you tell me his tale in due order and explain the cause of his coming to our place, and if his story please us, let him ...

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State of the Union 1912 - William Howard Taft

... information about the American seal herd, which has been secured during the past season and will be of great value in determining this question; and if it should appear that there is any uncertainty as to the real necessity for ...

BBC Radio 6, Adam Buxton's Big Mixtape, Ed O'Brien - Adam Buxton

... beautiful kind of a Rickenbacker-Gibson hybrid that he built and, yeah, it?s lovely. Adam: And do you have favourites? Ed: Yeah. He?s right, I play way too many guitars on stage and I?m stripping it down, next time we go out: two ...

A Conversation With Google Chairman Eric Schmidt - Diane Rehm

... we come back, we'll talk more, take your calls, stay with us. REHM And if you've just joined us, Eric Schmidt is with me. He is the former chief executive officer of Google. He served in that post ...

Idylls of the King - The Last Tournament - Alfred Lord Tennyson

... his realm:?I say, Swear to me thou wilt love me even when old, Gray-haired, and past desire, and in despair.' Then Tristram, pacing moodily up and down, 'Vows! did you keep the vow you made to Mark More than ...

Absalom, Absalom! (Chapter II) - William Faulkner

... in connection with Sutpen. They thought of ruthlessness rather than justice and of fear rather than respect, but not of pity or love: besides being too lost in amazed speculation as to just how Sutpen intended or could contrive to ...

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Aeneid: Book 5 - Publius Vergilius Maro

... may reach with struggling oars." Aeneas then replied: "Too sure I find We strive in vain against the seas and wind: Now shift your sails; what place can please me more Than what you promise, the Sicilian shore, Whose hallow'd earth ...

Sentencing - ​The Wire

... , Dee, he knows it. Now if you want to get even with him, you can. But you hurt him, whole family. All of us. Me and Trina and the cousins. And Donette, too. And your baby. Your own baby boy ...

Arabian Nights,Vol. 1 (Chap. 7.1) - Richard F. Burton

... for it but that you be hanged," the Reeve of the Sultan's Kitchen came forward and said, "If thou permit me I will tell thee a tale of what befell me just before I found this Gobbo, and, if it be more wondrous ...

The Prelude (Book. 7) - William Wordsworth

... whole year breathed tenderness and love. The last night's genial feeling overflowed Upon this morning, and my favourite grove, Tossing in sunshine its dark boughs aloft, As if to make the strong wind visible, Wakes in me agitations like its ...

The Ballot or the Bullet - Malcolm X

... the community, and get you and me to support him, so that he can use him to lead us astray, those days are long gone too. [applause] The political philosophy of black nationalism only means that if you and I are ...

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Gorgias (Full Text) - Plato

... must be very ready, Gorgias. GORGIAS: Of that, Chaerephon, you can make trial. POLUS: Yes, indeed, and if you like, Chaerephon, you may make trial of me too, for I think that Gorgias, who has been talking a long time, is tired ...

Representative Men: Seven Lectures (Chap. 7) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... action must pay. Act, if you like,?but you do it at your peril. Men's actions are too strong for them. Show me a man who has acted, and who has not been the victim and slave of his action. What ...

The Secret Agent (Chap. 6) - Joseph Conrad

... strength of that conviction he committed a fault of tact. He allowed himself a little conceited laugh, and repeated: ?Trust me for that, sir.? This was too much for the forced calmness under which the Assistant Commissioner had for upwards of eighteen ...

Youth (Part 2) - Joseph Conrad

... came here to-night. I am the second mate. The captain is in the long-boat, and wishes to know if you would give us a passage somewhere.' "'Oh, my goodness! I say... This is the Celestial from Singapore ...

Light in August (Chapter 20) - William Faulkner

... . Now this is what Cinthy told me. And I believe. I know. It?s too fine to doubt. It?s too fine, too simple, ever to have been invented by white thinking. A negro might have invented it. And if Cinthy did, I still believe. Because ...

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The Mysterious Stranger and Other Stories (Chap. 7) - Mark Twain

... that? It happens every now and then. I will give you a case or two presently. Now the people of your village are nothing to me?you know that, don't you?"         I did not like to speak out too flatly, so I said I had ...

Chapter 7 - The Second Kalandar's Tale - Richard F. Burton

... was wroth with them and cried "O accursed! I give you an order and you laugh at me?" "O King," replied they, "if we laugh 'tis not at thee and not without a cause." "And what is it?" asked he, and they answered, "O King ...

An Appeal to the Young - Peter Kropotkin

... for light, for humanity, for justice! You stop me at last! "What the devil!" you say. "But if abstract science is a luxury and practice of medicine mere chicane; if law spells injustice, and mechanical invention is but the means of ...

Life Of Romulus - Plutarch

... children, a succour more grievous to its wretched objects than the former betrayal and neglect of them. Which shall we call the worst, their love-making or your compassion? If you were making war upon any other occasion, for our sakes ...

Pilot - The West Wing

... doesn't look good. LAURIE Not that good. No. SAM You know what? I really like you. And if you give me your number, I'd like to call you. LAURIE Stay right here and save yourself a call. SAM It's not that I don't see ...

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State of the Union 1847 - James K. Polk

... could not long continue to hold and govern them. Mexico is too feeble a power to govern these Provinces, lying as they do at a distance of more than 1,000 miles from her capital, and if attempted to be retained by her ...

State of the Union 1865 - President Andrew Johnson

... be taken. In the choice of difficulties it is the smallest risk; and to diminish and if possible to remove all danger, I have felt it incumbent on me to assert one other power of the General Government--the power of ...

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