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Representative Men: Seven Lectures (Chap. 2) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... inventories and lists. To the study of nature he therefore prefixes the dogma,?"Let us declare the cause which led the Supreme Ordainer to produce and compose the universe. He was good; and he who is good has no kind ...

Plato; Or, The Philosopher - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... inventories and lists. To the study of nature he therefore prefixes the dogma,?"Let us declare the cause which led the Supreme Ordainer to produce and compose the universe. He was good; and he who is good has no kind ...

Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians (Chap. 2) - Martin Luther

... to a denial of Christ. If we must lose one or the other, let us lose a friend and brother, rather than God, our Father. Jerome, who understood not this passage, nor the whole epistle for that matter, excuses Peter's action on ...

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Sir Gawain and the Green Knight: A Middle-English Arthurian Romance - Anonymous

... , no more dismayed for the king's threats than if one had brought him a drink of wine. Then Gawain, who sat by the queen, leaned forward to the king and spake, "I beseech ye, my lord, let this venture be mine. Would ...

Life Of Philopoemen - Plutarch

... glory grew, increased his power. And one of the Romans, to praise him, calls him the last of the Greeks; as if after him Greece had produced no great man, nor who deserved the name of Greek. His person was ...

E.M. Forster's “The Machine Stops” - Migliacc

... its arteries, and if it could work without us, it would let us die. Oh, I have no remedy - or, at least, only one - to tell men again and again that I have seen the hills of Wessex as Ælfrid saw them ...

The Little Mermaid - Hans Christian Andersen

... not drowned live for ever?' she asked one day. 'Do they not die as we do, who live at the bottom of the sea?' 'Yes,' was the grandmother's reply, 'they must die like us, and their life is much shorter ...

Aeneid: Book 5 - Publius Vergilius Maro

... dare not use; If great Aeneas and Acestes join In his request, these gauntlets I resign; Let us with equal arms perform the fight, And let him leave to fear, since I resign my right." This said, Entellus for ...

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Frankly Speaking: Interview with Rahul Gandhi - Arnab Goswami

... , they're not letting go. It doesn't matter. Keep throwing stones at us. That's the point. The point is, people who are attacked in this system, the people who are actually attacked, are the ones fighting the system. You understand ...

The Republic (Book 10) - Plato

... therefore the utmost care should be taken. Let each one of us leave every other kind of knowledge and seek and follow one thing only, if peradventure he may be able to learn and may find some one who will ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 9 (Chap. 7) - Richard F. Burton

... her separation from thee; but come with me into the house.' So we entered and he prostrated himself in gratitude to the Almighty, saying, 'Praised be Allah who hath reunited us with thee!' Then he went in to his daughter ...

Sura 3: The House of Imran - Holy Qur'an (English Interpretation)

... , our wives and your wives, our selves and your selves, then let us humbly pray and so lay God's curse upon the ones who lie.' 3:55 This is the true story. There is no god but God, and assuredly God ...

Slavery in Massachusetts - Henry David Thoreau

... organs, through which to express herself. The editorials which she reads, like the news, come from the seaboard. Let us, the inhabitants of the country, cultivate self-respect. Let us not send to the city for aught more essential than ...

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Arabian Nights, Vol. 6 (Chap. 5) - Richard F. Burton

... the Friend, the Deity who hath power over all and from whom naught is hidden, the One, the Almighty, whom the sight comprehendeth not!" Then an Amalekite-like giant of the Persian champions rushed out to him, but Gharib let ...

The Return of the Native (Chap. 1.5) - Thomas Hardy

... ; "here's a pretty exposure! Let us escape at once. Come!" It was, however, too late to get away by the passage. A rugged knocking had begun upon the door of the front room. Wildeve, who had gone to the window, came back ...

The Innocents Abroad (Chap. 47) - Mark Twain

... tradition says, is the one Joseph's brethren cast him into. A more authentic tradition, aided by the geography of the country, places the pit in Dothan, some two days' journey from here. However, since there are many who believe in this ...

The Innocents Abroad (Chap. 55) - Mark Twain

... and smoked while we enjoyed the cool air, the wild scenery and the sunset. One or two chose cosy bed-rooms to sleep in, but the nomadic instinct prompted the rest to sleep on the broad divan that extended around ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 9 (Chap. 4.18) - Richard F. Burton

... , equivalent to our "To proceed." This "Khitáb" is mostly skipped over by modern statesmen who will say, "Now after the nonsense let us come to the sense"; but their secretaries carefully weigh every word of it, and strongly resent all ...

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Virgil's “The Aeneid (book 11)” - Lydia Langerwerf

... wavering purpose hold us back through fear. Meanwhile let us commit to earth the unburied bodies of our friends, the only tribute recognised in Acheron?s depths. Go,? he said, ?grace these noble spirits with your last gifts, who have won ...

Why I Am Opposed to the War in Vietnam - Martin Luther King Jr.

... -Christian-Jewish-Buddhist belief about ultimate reality is beautifully summed up in the first epistle of John: "Let us love one another, for God is love. And every one that loveth is born of God and knoweth God. He that ...

Beginnings Of Civilization - Lucretius

... ; for force and fraud ensnare Each man around, and in the main recoil On him from whence they sprung. Not easy 'tis For one who violates by ugly deeds The bonds of common peace to pass a life Composed and tranquil ...

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

... prophecy; Then yield to Fate, and not to me. To James at Stirling let us go, When, if thou wilt be still his foe, Or if the King shall not agree To grant thee grace and favor free, I plight mine ...

Aeneid: Book 10 - Publius Vergilius Maro

... grief of war! at once restor'd, With praises, to thy sire, at once deplor'd! One day first sent thee to the fighting field, Beheld whole heaps of foes in battle kill'd; One day beheld thee dead, and borne upon thy ...

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Sura 7: The Battlements - Holy Qur'an (English Interpretation)

... an Envoy from his Lord?' They said, 'In the Message he has been sent with we are believers.' Said the ones who waxed proud, 'As for us, we are unbelievers in the thing in which you believe.' 7:75 So they ...

Valar Dohaeris - Game of Thrones

... greets them as they row to him. MAN: Who are you? DAVOS: I was in the battle at Blackwater. I was a captain and a knight. MAN: Aye, ser, and serving which king? DAVOS hesitates. DAVOS: The one true king of Westeros... Stannis Baratheon ...

SCP-3000 - The SCP Foundation

... it's critical that they collect it, and how much it helps us. Of course, one saving grace of being on the psychological division for the Atzak Project is the awareness of its potential effects - I'm aware of what's happening to my ...

Paradise Lost, Book 11 - John Milton

... seen: his volant touch Instinct through all proportions low and high Fled and pursu'd transverse the resonant fugue. In other part stood one who at the Forge Labouring, two massy clods of Iron and Brass Had melted (whether found where ...

The Tenure of Kings and Magistrates - John Milton

... 'n tryal? To teach lawless Kings, and all who so much adore them, that not mortal man, or his imperious will, but Justice is the onely true sovran and supreme Majesty upon earth. Let men cease therfore out of faction & hypocrisie ...

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Chapter 16: Out - Malcolm X

... as most other so-called "Negro leaders." I knew that in any society, a true leader is one who earns and deserves the following he enjoys. True followers are bestowed by themselves, out of their own volition and ...

The Adirondacs - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... sublime, And these instructed by their wisest too, Who do the feat, and lift humanity. Let not him mourn who best entitled was, Nay, mourn not one: let him exult, Yea, plant the tree that bears best apples, plant, And ...

Nostromo (Chap. 3.12) - Joseph Conrad

... of them had any occasion even to approach the ravine where the silver lay hidden; let alone to enter it. In the harbour he learned that no one slept on the island. The labouring gangs returned to port every evening ...

Overture - Marcel Proust

... Swann gave him among us, they were harbouring?with the complete innocence of a family of honest innkeepers who have in their midst some distinguished highwayman and never know it?one of the smartest members of the Jockey Club, a particular friend ...

Burnt Njal --- (chap. 71-80) - Icelandic Saga

... , and they were often used to strengthen the roof. Then Mord said--"Let us take the ropes and throw one end over the end of the carrying beams, but let us fasten the other end to these rocks and twist ...

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Glorious Grace - Michael W. Smith Play

... and michael w. smith Let us praise the one who chose us Let us thank the one who knows us Set apart, blameless in his sight Through the son, we have faith, we have life To the praise of his glorious ...

Glorious Gracs - Michael W. Smith Play

Lyrics of Glorious Gracs by Michael W. Smith: Let us praise the One who chose us Let us thank the One who knows us Set apart, blameless in His sight Through the Son, we have faith, we have life To the praise of His glorious grace [Chorus] May the...

Marmion - Canto Fifth - The Court - Sir Walter Scott

... to see, 565 Save torches gliding far, Before some chieftain of degree, Who left the royal revelry To bowne him for the war.- A solemn scene the Abbess chose; 570 A solemn hour, her secret to disclose. XXI. ?O, holy Palmer!? she began ...

The Lay of the Last Minstrel - Canto V - Sir Walter Scott

... Branksome's tower, For pride is quell'd, and love is free." She took fair Margaret by the hand, Who, breathless, trembling, scarce might stand; That hand to Cranstoun's lord gave she: "As I am true ...

Bishop Blougram's Apology - Robert Browning

... marble, what a bath it makes! And Parma's pride, the Jerome, let us add! 'T were pleasant could Correggio's fleeting glow Hang full in face of one where'er one roams, Since he more than the others brings with him Italy's self ...

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Epithalamion - Edmund Spenser

... which do endlesse matrimony make; And let the roring Organs loudly play The praises of the Lord in lively notes; The whiles, with hollow throates, The Choristers the joyous Antheme sing, That al the woods may answere, and their eccho ...

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

... think it good, but think it sufficient that we alone should fight, then let us fight it out to the end, and whichsoever of us shall be the victors, let these be counted as victorious with their whole army.". 49 ...

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