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  • William Rounseville Alger (1822-1905) was a Unitarian minister and author whose writings were important to the development of comparative religious studies
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  • washed my feeble lines away. Horatio Alger, "Carving a Name", lines 1–4, Alger Street: The Poetry of Horatio Alger, Jr., ed. Gilbert K. Westgard II, p
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  • divine intoxication Which is more sober far than all sobriety. William R. Alger, "The Sober Drunkenness", Poetry of the Orient (1865), p. 167. One's physical
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  • that he had run several spy rings of former Federal officials, including Alger Hiss. The Wizard of Oz (M. G. M.) should settle an old Hollywood controversy:
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  • As quoted in 100 Most Popular Genre Fiction Authors (2005) by Bernard Alger Drew, p. 11 I retaliated by visiting on them all manner of mischief, but
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  • silver pinhead vast, That holds the heavens tent-hangings fast", William R. Alger, "The Use of the Moon", Poetry of the Orient (1865), p. 178. Tis vain for
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  • that city of Peace Whose inhabitants have the eternal release. William R. Alger, "A Leader to Repose", Poetry of the Orient (1865), p. 101. Silken rest
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  • little nap he snatched, It oped and shut. Ah! was he wise? William R. Alger, "Swift Opportunity", Poetry of the Orient (1893), p. 281. A wise man will
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  • th' Paradises, But blessedness dwells in the human breast. William R. Alger, "The Ninth Paradise", Poetry of the Orient (1865), p. 223. If you want
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  • Which flashes like a spark-sun! A black eye is the best one. William R. Alger, "Mirtsa Schaffy on Eyes", Poetry of the Orient (1865), p. 228. Not in
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  • heart The thunder rolls. The Thunder Rolls, written by G. Brooks and Pat Alger 'Cause I've got friends in low places Where the whiskey drowns And the
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  • on the sea, O friend! so I met and then drifted from thee. William R. Alger, "The Brief Chance Encounter", Poetry of the Orient (1865), p. 196. Ships
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  • pin-head vast, That holds the heaven's tent-hangings fast. William R. Alger, "The Use of the Moon", Poetry of the Orient (1865), p. 178. That's one
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  • borne, And from the world's rose-bed he only asks a thorn. William R. Alger, "Mussud's Praise of the Camel", Poetry of the Orient (1893), p. 257. Patience
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  • awsat. Men often make up in wrath what they want in reason. William R. Alger, reported in Maturin Murray Ballou, Treasury of thought: Forming an encyclopedia
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  • as quoted in 100 Most Popular Genre Fiction Authors (2005) by Bernard Alger Drew, p. 11. Here in Florida … we have something special we never enjoyed
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  • Vittorio Alfonso X of Castile Alford, Henry Alfred the Great Alfvén, Hannes Alger, William R. Algren, Nelson Ali ibn Abi Talib Ali, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Hasan
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  • to the seeker. God's mills grind slow, But they grind woe. William R. Alger, "Delayed Retribution", Poetry of the Orient (1865), p. 123. Retribution
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  • science, the loadstar of superstition vanished in the clouds. William R. Alger, in James Wood, Dictionary of Quotations from Ancient and Modern, English
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  • that 90 percent came from middle- or upper-class families. The Horatio Alger stories of "rags to riches" were true for a few men, but mostly a myth,
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