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Marmion - Canto Sixth - The Battle - Sir Walter Scott

... discontented look From either squire; but spurr?d amain, And, dashing through the battle-plain, His way to Surrey took. XXIV. ?-The good Lord Marmion, by my life! 710 Welcome to danger?s hour!- Short greeting serves in time of strife : Thus ...

Of Costello The Proud, Of Oona The Daughter Of Dermott, And Of The Bitter Tongue - William Butler Yeats

... , he burst out: 'Fill my noggin, I tell you, for no Costello is so great in the world that he should not wait upon a Daly, even though the Daly travel the road with his pipes and the Costello have a bare hill ...

Letter From Birmingham Jail - Martin Luther King Jr.

... Tarsus and carried the gospel of Jesus Christ to the far corners of the Greco-Roman world, so am I compelled to carry the gospel of freedom beyond my own home town. Like Paul, I must constantly respond to the Macedonian call ...

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Letter from Birmingham Jail (HarvardX) - Martin Luther King Jr.

... Tarsus and carried the gospel of Jesus Christ to the far corners of the Greco-Roman world, so am I compelled to carry the gospel of freedom beyond my own home town. Like Paul, I must constantly respond to the Macedonian call ...

Nostromo (Chap. 3.11) - Joseph Conrad

... is not afraid of the harm Holroyd's missionaries can do to his flock, as long as he is alive." Mrs. Gould shuddered a little at the allusion to the destruction that had come so near to the San Tome mine. "Ah ...

Martin Luther King, Jr's “Letter From Birmingham Jail” - Sarah Redmond

... Tarsus and carried the gospel of Jesus Christ to the far corners of the Greco-Roman world, so am I compelled to carry the gospel of freedom beyond my own home town. Like Paul, I must constantly respond to the Macedonian call ...

Martin Luther King, Jr's “Letter From Birmingham Jail” - CorinneAlexa

... Tarsus and carried the gospel of Jesus Christ to the far corners of the Greco-Roman world, so am I compelled to carry the gospel of freedom beyond my own home town. Like Paul, I must constantly respond to the Macedonian call ...

Hearing on Home Recording of Copyrighted Works - Jack Valenti

... predictable appraisal of what damage has actually occurred and what is likely to occur Mr. VALENTI. Mr. Railsback, I would be the last person in the world to try to deal with you on this. You and I both know that Congress ...

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Main Street (Chapter XV) - Sinclair Lewis

... tink? Well i haven ben tacking aney ting for about one & 1/2 Mont but i dont get better so i like to heir Wat you tink about it i feel like dis Disconfebil feeling around the Stomac after eating and dat Pain around Heard and ...

Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians (Chap. 5) - Martin Luther

... it so long as he does not yield to it. The passion of lust, wrath, and other vices may shake him, but they are not to get him down. Sin may assail him, but he is not to welcome it ...

Nostromo (Chap. 3.3) - Joseph Conrad

... of one of the windows, with his eyelids lowered, careless and thoughtful?or perhaps ashamed. Sotillo, ensconced in the vast armchair, remarked, "I should have thought that the feelings of a caballero would have dictated to you an appropriate reply." He waited ...

Under Western Eyes (Chap. 2) - Joseph Conrad

... covered with snow, like a white wall closing the end of the street. "But concord is not so very far off." "That is what my children think," observed Mrs. Haldin to me. I did not conceal my feeling that these were strange ...

What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July? - Frederick Douglass

... horrible blasphemy is palmed off upon the world for Christianity. For my part, I would say, welcome infidelity! welcome atheism! welcome anything! in preference to the gospel, as preached by those Divines! They convert the very name of religion into an ...

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Frederick Douglass's “What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July?” - ChrisApap

... horrible blasphemy is palmed off upon the world for Christianity. For my part, I would say, welcome infidelity! welcome atheism! welcome anything! in preference to the gospel, as preached by those Divines! They convert the very name of religion into an ...

Twice Told Tales (Chippings With A Chisel) - Nathaniel Hawthorne

... been an article of imported merchandise. In my walks through the burial-ground of Edgartown?where the dead have lain so long that the soil, once enriched by their decay, has returned to its original barrenness?in that ancient burial ...

Blackwater - Game of Thrones

... , little lion, to rest a crown upon your head." CUT TO: THE HARBOR SHORE The battle rages. The mounted soldiers have the advantage. CUT TO: THE THRONE ROOM CERSEI: And the cub said, "Will I be strong and fierce like my father ...

Men In Black script - Sony Pictures

... of the shooting gallery and into a long hallway. Zed motions them off to the left. EDWARDS is the last one out of the room, but he stops as he steps into the hallway. KAY is outside the door, waiting for ...

There's Always Tomorrow - Pam Weaver

... so most likely he hadn?t had time to count them yet. Should she risk it? He could so easily fly into one of his rages if she touched his things. She could hear Billy kicking the doorstep as he waited ...

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The Rains of Castamere - Game of Thrones

... wrong. I know a killer. A real killer. THE HOUND: That so? ARYA: You'd be like a kitten to him. He'd kill you with his little finger. [THE HOUND looks at the PIG FARMER on the ground] THE HOUND: That him? [Confused, ARYA turns ...

The Return of the Native (Chap. 1.3) - Thomas Hardy

... down there shortly, to give 'em a song o' welcome." "Thank you indeed," said Mrs. Yeobright. "But we shall take a shorter cut through the furze than you can go with long clothes; so we won't trouble you to wait." "Very well?are ...

Nostromo (Chap. 3.10) - Joseph Conrad

... you?' He never even saw the point. Not he. And that's how the world wags, sir." He rose a little stiffly, and the drive to Rincon would be taken with only one philosophical remark, uttered by the merciless cicerone, with his ...

The Innocents Abroad (Chap. 55) - Mark Twain

... is one thing I feel no disposition to overlook, and no disposition to forget: and that is, the honest gratitude I and all pilgrims owe, to the Convent Fathers in Palestine. Their doors are always open, and there is always a welcome for ...

Flight of Albertine(Chap. 3) - Marcel Proust

... to wait for her lover at his house, so that she might take a dose of antipyrin. They became great friends, used to go about together, one of them, dressed as a man, picking up little girls and taking them to the ...

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Arabian Nights, Vol. 5 (Chap. 74.2) - Richard F. Burton

... this was his dearest wish) to inherit the kingdom after his decease. So one day it befell that he summoned the Olema and astrologers, the mathematicians and almanac-makers, and said, 'Draw me my horoscope and look if Allah will ...

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

... I pray the gods to quit me of my toils, To close the watch I keep, this livelong year; For as a watch-dog lying, not at rest, Propped on one arm, upon the palace-roof Of Atreus' race, too long, too well ...

State of the Union 1911 - William Howard Taft

... growing out of the annexation of Korea by Japan.     The recent visit of Admiral Count Togo to the United States as the Nation's guest afforded a welcome opportunity to demonstrate the friendly feeling so happily existing between the two countries.     SIAM ...

Main Street (Chapter XI) - Sinclair Lewis

... of welcome encounter this workman with the bandit mustache and the muddy overalls seemed nearer than any one else to the credulous youth which she was seeking to fight beside her, and she told him, as a cheerful anecdote, a little of ...

Real Time Cypher - Intrinzik

... with no pain It's so sad to see, tragedy Is the lord mad at me? Will he disconnect my battery? So much strife in one lifetime It's hard to live a life something like mine in this world [Verse 7: Spawn] Grabbing ...

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

... castle, and crave for me lodging?" "Yea, by S. Peter," quoth the porter. "In sooth I trow that ye be welcome to dwell here so long as it may like ye." Then he went, and came again swiftly, and many folk with ...

How launching the “worst version” of a site led to 40,000,000 monthly users - Tom Lehman

... basically the same. The site had improved a little bit. It was only three months. And we went from no one caring to everyone caring, in such a short amount of time. And that kind of convinced me, like, whoa, the world ...

The Life of Castruccio Castracani of Lucca - Niccolò Machiavelli

... beginnings of great men occur because Fortune is desirous of showing to the world that such men owe much to her and little to wisdom, because she begins to show her hand when wisdom can really take no part in ...

Harvard Divinity School Address - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... my mind, are not mine, but God's; that they had the like, and were not disobedient to the heavenly vision. So I love them. Noble provocations go out from them, inviting me to resist evil; to subdue the world; and to ...

Nominalist and Realist - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... experience of each mind. She suffers no seat to be vacant in her college. It is the secret of the world that all things subsist, and do not die, but only retire a little from sight, and afterwards return again. Whatever ...

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House of the Seven Gables (Chap. 13) - Nathaniel Hawthorne

... to himself, "my old grandfather, the wizard, will be pretty sure to stick to the Pyncheons as long as their walls hold together." "What's that you mutter to yourself, Matthew Maule?" asked Scipio. "And what for do you look so ...

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

... -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 forthright to the market and buying what he needed of vivers and bedding and covering, returned ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 9 (Chap. 5) - Richard F. Burton

... , O such an one, thou shalt go with us to-morrow to this delightful bath," he said to himself, "Needs must I fare like the rest of the world, and see this bath that hath taken folk's wits." So he donned his ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 9 (Chap. 8) - Richard F. Burton

... by five Mamelukes like moons. When the youth Ibrahim saw the street, he knew it by the description the bookseller had given him; so he salaamed to the man, who returned his salutation and bidding him welcome, made him sit ...

Lecture 20: Closing Thoughts and Later-Stage Advice - Sam Altman

... polished and the firm had to be think of the world about ideas? Sam: Alright so I think the question is do I think investors are going to fund less YC companies as we grow. No. Definitely not. Like certainly the trend ...

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City of the Beast - Isabel Allende

... not exactly a good cook; the only thing he knew how to do was pancakes, and they always turned out like rubber-tire tortillas. His children didn?t want to hurt his feelings, so they pretended to eat them, but anytime he ...

The Destiny of Nations. A Vision - Samuel Taylor Coleridge

... a lineament was marred? Death had put on so slumber-like a form! It was a piteous sight; and one, a babe. The crisp milk frozen on its innocent lips, Lay on the woman's arm, its little hand Stretched on her bosom.                  ...

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