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Arabian Nights, Vol. 7 (Chap. 18.1) - Richard F. Burton

... ye who are present of the people; say me, wot ye not that this kingdom was an inheritance to me from my fathers and forefathers?" Answered they, "Yes, O King we all know that." And he continued, "I and you, we all ...

Paid In Full - Dame Dash

... ! Yeah! Lookin' good, King! I see you! A'ight, here we go! And Mitch got love from everybody. I mean, everybody. What are you doing? Go to sleep, little man. Lucky, you're up. You workin' today? You know, don't call me "Lucky ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 8 (Chap. 3) - Richard F. Burton

... a matchet. [FN#224] Then we are to go, I and he, to the market and sell the fish and share the price." Ja'afar rejoined, "O Commander of the Faithful, I will bring you a purchaser for your fish." And Al-Rashid retorted, "O Ja ...

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Life Of Pericles - Plutarch

... what he shall here find. Pericles was of the tribe Acamantis, and the township Cholargus, of the noblest birth both on his father's and mother's side. Xanthippus, his father, who defeated the King of Persia's generals in the battle of ...

Life Of Sertorius - Plutarch

... the country of the Sabines; his father died when he was young, and he was carefully and decently educated by his mother, whose name was Rhea, and whom he appears to have extremely loved and honoured. He paid some attention ...

Arabian Nights,Vol. 1 (Chap. 7.4) - Richard F. Burton

... them. In short I have learned the theorick and the practick of all the arts and sciences; I know everything of them by rote and I am a past master in tota re scibili. Thy father loved me for my lack of officiousness, argal ...

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

... departed from her beloved." Quoth her master, "She hath lost father and mother;" but quoth the Caliph, "This is not the weeping of one who hath lost mother and father, but the yearning of one who hath lost him she ...

COVID Relief Freestyle - Watsky

... love God a little more?" But it kinda sucks, just because of COVID They can't be making no bids I heard they're not doing that door-knockin' But, you know, we're not stoppin' However you appraise 'em No, we are ...

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Colasterion - John Milton

... of society, into an agreement in all things, which makes the opinion not mine, and so he leavs it. At last, and in good howr, we are come to his farewell, which is to bee a concluding taste of his jabberment ...

Paradise Lost, Book 5 - John Milton

... state Hold, as you yours, while our obedience holds; On other surety none; freely we serve. Because wee freely love, as in our will To love or not; in this we stand or fall: And som are fall'n, to disobedience ...

RBMA Paris Lecture - Kindness

... perfect place to leave." And that's kind of how I feel about Peterborough. Lauren Martin: That's a good quote. You mention that your mother and your father ... Even if you feel out of place in a place, the people that are around you ...

Ariadne (Full Text) - Anton Chekhov

... now, as you see, there is a complication. Here we're not abroad, but in mother Russia; we shall have to think of lawful wedlock. Of course, all attraction is over; there is no trace left of my old love, but ...

CH 1 - 3 Catcher In The Rye 2018 9B1/9A - J.D. Salinger

... he said, "I had the privilege of meeting your mother and dad when they had their little chat with Dr. Thurmer some weeks ago. They're grand people." "Yes, they are. They're very nice." Grand. There's a word I really hate. It ...

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Ms. T Grade 9 Lit. // The Catcher In The Rye: Ch 1 - 3 - J.D. Salinger

... he said, "I had the privilege of meeting your mother and dad when they had their little chat with Dr. Thurmer some weeks ago. They're grand people." "Yes, they are. They're very nice." Grand. There's a word I really hate. It ...

Ebb Tide - ​The Wire

... hallway. VALCHEK: How much did them dock boys offer for this spot? I can match it. FATHER LEW: Offerings are confidential, Stan. And as you can see-- VALCHEK: I can go as high as 4,000. Just tell me if they went ...

Sentencing - ​The Wire

... that female undercover. [CUT TO: PARKING LOT] McNULTY: I'm tellin' you, Fitz, it's the perfect case. You'll love it. FITZ: Well, it sounds great. But like I said, Jimmy, we're not fishing for drug cases anymore. Try D.E.A. McNULTY: No, that ...

A Living Chattel (Full Text) - Anton Chekhov

... tear him to pieces, when I remember that he loves you too. In the second place you love me. . . . Perfect freedom is an essential condition for love. . . . And are you free? Are you not tortured by the thought that that man ...

Passing (Part 1: Encounter) - Nella Larsen

... mother and father had given her. Into those eyes there came a smile and over Irene the sense of being petted and caressed. She smiled back. "Maybe," Clare suggested, "you can come Monday, if you're back. Or, if you're ...

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

... city. Those whom you should really distrust are the Syracusans. We are not able to stay here without you, and if we proved perfidious enough to bring you into subjection, we should be unable to keep you in bondage, owing ...

Life On The Mississippi (Chap. 3) - Mark Twain

... was all about to make a break for him, but the biggest man there jumped up and says?         'Set whar you are, gentlemen. Leave him to me; he's my meat.'         Then he jumped up in the air ...

Q&A (2010) - Christopher Hitchens

... me? I mean we come to your apartment, we want to sit down and talk to ? you know why we?re here. We want to hear this story and you?ve had a bunch here, you know are you surprised at that ...

King Arthur: Book 12 of 12 - Sir Edward Bulwer-Lytton

... her children none Had, like the singer, loved the lonely sage; All felt, that there a father called a son Out from that dreariest void,?bereavëd age; Forgot the dread renown, the mystic art, And saw but sacred there?the human heart ...

That To Philosophise Is To Learn How To Die - Michel de Montaigne

... believe, these fearefull lookes, and astonishing countenances wherewith we encompass it, are those that more amaze and terrifie us than death: a new forme of life; the out cries of mothers; the wailing of women and children; the visitation of dismaid ...

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

... the tree under tough husks and stony cases provides for the human plant the mother's breast and the father's house. The size of the nestler is comic, and its tiny beseeching weakness is compensated perfectly by the happy patronizing look ...

A Man Without Honor - Game of Thrones

... -day? You don't know, do you? Do you even know where they are? JON: We're close. YGRITTE: What do you think they'll say when they hear about you and me? JON: Nothing happened between you and me. YGRITTE ...

300 (film script) - Zack Snyder

... as for the fight itself, I cannot use you. 419 00:44:00,015 --> 00:44:04,603 Mother, father ! You were wrong ! 420 00:44:07,231 --> 00:44:10,776 You are wrong, Leonidas. 421 00:44:11,568 ...

Live & Smokin' - Richard Pryor

... ?em back?? ?Ah, no, we?re working on cataracts tonight, it?s?? Wino?s are religious, though. ?Cause they puke. You can?t be no more religious than that, to vomit. ?What do you think of life?? Wino?s and fighters. I never could fight ...

The Hard Thing About Hard Things Chapter 1 - B Horowitz

... Cc: Mike Homer, Jim Barksdale (CEO), Jim Clark (Chairman) From: Marc Andreessen Subject: Re: Launch Apparently you do not understand how serious the situation is. We are getting killed killed killed out there. Our current product is radically worse than ...

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The Kasîdah - Note 1 - Richard F. Burton

... accept the boisterous mode of cutting the Gordian-knot proposed by the noble British Philister--"we know we're free and there's an end on it!" He prefers Lamarck's, "The will is, in truth, never free." ...

A Golden Crown - Game of Thrones

... Stark and Septa Mordane, both sowing. Mordane: You wear your hair like a real southern lady now. Sansa Stark: Well, why shouldn?t I? We?re in the south. Mordane: It?s important to remember where you come from. I?m not sure your mother would ...

Mhysa - Game of Thrones

... . I'm the Halfman, the Demon Monkey, the Imp. SANSA: You're a Lannister. I am the disgraced daughter of the traitor Ned Stark. TYRION: The disgraced daughter and the Demon Monkey. We're perfect for each other. SANSA: (laughs) TYRION realizes that SHAE ...

Aeschylus's “Agamemnon (Full Text)” - Lydia Langerwerf

... thing Whereof ye spake but now: and in that thought I am as you, and what ye say, say I. For few are they who have such inborn grace, As to look up with love, and envy not, When stands Anotheron the ...

Frankly Speaking: Interview with Rahul Gandhi - Arnab Goswami

... my questions are specific and you need to answer the specific questions as specifically as possible. Rahul: You're more than welcome to ask these questions. But let's also move the debate to a place where we're actually reaching towards ...

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“Revolt of Mother” - Mary E. Wilkins

... slowly and dreamily. "Mother," said she, "don't you think it's too bad father's goin' to build that new barn, much as we need a decent house to live in?" Her mother scrubbed a dish fiercely. "You 'ain't found out yet we're ...

Tupac & Monster Kody Phone Conversation October 18, 1995 - 2Pac

... but the ones that are in there I believe are trustworthy right. For instance, you and I. You and I have been probably through the same shit in our lives T: No doubt. S: You know what I'm saying? and we're like 10 years apart ...

Othello - Act V - Scene II - William Shakespeare

... did gratify his amorous works With that recognizance and pledge of love Which I first gave her; I saw it in his hand: It was a handkerchief, an antique token My father gave my mother. 250 EMILIA O heaven! O heavenly powers! IAGO Come, hold ...

Winter - James Thomson (poet)

... power, as through the varied maze Of eloquence, now smooth, now quick, now strong, Profound and clear, you roll the copious flood. To thy loved haunt return, my happy muse: For now, behold! the joyous Winter days, Frosty, succeed ...

Slaughterhouse-Five (Chapter 2) - Kurt Vonnegut

... stock of himself and everybody associated with him. 'Father, Father, Father,' said Barbara, 'what are we going to do with you? Are you going to force us to put you where your mother is?' Billy's mother was still alive. She ...

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Living inside and outside of the Hip Hop Revolution - Reggie Ossé

... . His mother?s Jewish, and his father?s African-American. So I see him walk through these positions of power, and he seems very comfortable. And as we?re talking, he starts arguing, he?s like, ?Yo man, what?s your problem? You, and your ...

The Secret Agent (Chap. 6) - Joseph Conrad

... to make use of him in a way that could be used publicly.? ?And do you think that sort of private knowledge consistent with the official position you occupy?? ?Perfectly, sir. I think it?s quite proper. I will take the liberty to tell ...

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