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  • in November 1909, as quoted in Taft and Roosevelt : The intimate letters of Archie Butt (1930) by Archibald Willingham Butt, p. 224; this has sometimes
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  • nations with weapons like the bow and arrow if we do not progress... Archibald Primrose, 5th Earl of Rosebery Speech at Chesterfield (16 December 1901)
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  • Rorty, Richard Rose, Axl Rose, Ernestine Rose, Howie Rose, Katy Rosebery, Archibald Primrose, 5th Earl of Rosen, Michael Rosen, Mike Rosenberg, Alfred Rosenberg
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  • first advice I have to give the party is that it should clean its slate. Archibald Primrose, 5th Earl of Rosebery , speech at Chesterfield (December 16,
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  • can make. Stephen Vincent Benét, Prayer, concluding sentences (1942). Archibald MacLeish, poet and Librarian of Congress, asked Benét to write "The United
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  • with three Kentuckians: Governor Thomas E. Bramlette, Albert Hodges, and Archibald Dixon. Hodges was the editor of the Frankfort Commonwealth and Dixon served
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  • nothing but a dream. They are right. It is. It is the American Dream. Archibald MacLeish, "We Have Purpose … We All Know It", Life (May 30, 1960), p.
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  • Peirce, 1809-1880: Biographical Sketch and Bibliography (1925) by R. C. Archibald; also in Mathematics and the Imagination (1940) by Edward Kasner and James
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  • analogies, imperialism must contend with crusaders for and against. Professor Archibald Paton Thorton author of the book Doctrines of Imperialism as quoted in
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  • Richard Attlee, prime minister of Great Britain, and more recently as Archibald MacLeish, chairman of the American delegation to the London conference
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  • attending too much liberty, than those attending too small a degree of it. To Archibald Stuart, Philadelphia, December 23, 1791. Cited in Thomas Jefferson (2002)
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  • picture it, I can't understand it. Attributed to Einstein by physicist John Archibald Wheeler in John Horgan's article "Profile: Physicist John A. Wheeler,
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  • Bernard Shaw, his life and works: a critical biography (authorised), Archibald Henderson, Stewart & Kidd (1911), Chapter VII (The Art Critic), pp. 201-202
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  • Republican Party, under God, from every mountainside, let freedom ring. Archibald Carey, speech to the Republican National Convention (1952) The party
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  • Founders in their graves … He saves the Union and the dream goes on. Archibald MacLeish, "At the Lincoln Memorial", stanza 4, lines 1–6, and stanza 5
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