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  • Adlai Stevenson, in an address to the Democratic National Convention, Chicago, Illinois (21 July 1952); published in Speeches of Adlai Stevenson (1952)
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  • die for it, take the word "freedom" out of your vocabulary. Malcolm X, Chicago Defender (28 November 1962) If this is a country of freedom, let it be
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  • to fully envision reality. Andrew Abbott, “Welcome to the University of Chicago,” Aims of Education Address, September 26, 2002 Education makes a greater
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  • occupy the mind of the ruler. Richard Weaver, Ideas Have Consequences (Chicago: 1948), p. 56 Specialization develops only part of a man; a man partially
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  • Borges, Including a Selection of Poems : Interviews by Roberto Alifano, 1981–1983 (1984). While our art cannot, as we wish it could, save us from wars, privation
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  • Great Sun dazzle your eyes by day and the Great Bear watch over you by night. "Preface" (dated October 1983), pages xvi-xvii If the life of natural things
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  • Curse of Lono (1983) I went to the Democratic Convention as a journalist, and returned a raving beast. For me, that week in Chicago was far worse than
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  • later moved to Burbank, California). The show aired on ABC from 1976 to 1983. Shirley: Laverne, the only parties we've ever been to are bring-your-own
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  • Querschnitt (February 1925); as quoted in Sylvia Beach and the Lost Generation (1983) by Noel Riley Fitch My attitude toward punctuation is that it ought to
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  • day, The sun revolving through th'eccliptic way Effects the various seasons of the year, Which in their turn for happy ends appear. This scheme or
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  • people of America. Richard Daley, mayor of Chicago, as quoted in "Daley endorses Obama for president" in The Chicago Tribune (10 February 2007) I'm going
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  • Orioles' Singleton a chemistry expert” by Bob Verdi, in The Chicago Tribune (Friday, September 30, 1983), p. E1 ✱For another perspective on Clemente as a manager
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  • the salt of the earth; but if the salt loses its flavor, how shall it be seasoned? It is then good for nothing but to be thrown out and trampled underfoot
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  • ignorance, infidelity, and barbarism. Another merit in the new flag is, that it bears no resemblance to the now infamous banner of the Yankee vandals. William
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  • Second National Convention of the Medical Committee for Human Rights – Chicago, March 25, 1966, as quoted in "America's Forgotten Civil Right - Healthcare"
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  • Medical News, July 12, 1993. Murder, red-handed murder, is so popular in Chicago today that you cannot go on the principal streets without seeing the signs
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  • Baggins. Magneto: Release me. Bill Corbett: [as Magneto] This is my spawning season and you don't have a license! Mike Nelson: [as Toad] I dreamt I was Seth
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  • let her go. Damon: (releases Pearl) Anna: The last I saw her...was Chicago. 1983. She knew where you were, Damon. She didn't care. (whispers) Sorry.
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