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  • Arthur Murphy (December 27, 1727 – June 18, 1805) was an Irish writer, known by the pseudonym, Charles Ranger. Thus far we run before the wind. The Apprentice:
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  • stupidity. Robert J. Hanlon, Murphy's Law book two: More reasons why things go wrong! (1980) ISBN 0843106743 by Arthur Bloch page 52. It has often been
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  • A Beam of Tranquillity. Above the vulgar flight of common souls. Arthur Murphy, Zenobia, Act V, scene 1, line 154. Lord of myself, accountable to
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  • most rascally, contemptible, beggarly thing on the face of the earth. Arthur Murphy, The Apprentice: A Farce in Two Acts (1756). Sal Atticum. Attic wit
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  • Life And Inventions". (Worldwideschool.org) Beals, Gerry, "Thomas Edison" Murphy, John Patrick Michael, "Thomas Alva Edison" Hommage a Thomas Edison, "[1]"
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  • … sweet, brother." Arthur Burns: "Life is very sweet, brother. Who would wish to die?" George Borrow, I believe. A worthy writer and a beautiful sentiment
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  • communication of ideas to discover and spread political and economic truth. Frank Murphy (1940). Thornhill v. Alabama. Supreme Court of the United States. pp. 310
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  • be relevant only if susceptible to being assigned economic value. John Murphy, in the introduction to the 12th edition of Street on Torts (2007) concerning
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  • priceless to be forfeited through the zeal of an administrative agent. Frank Murphy, Oklahoma Press Publishing Co. v. Walling, 327 U.S. 186, 219 (1946) The
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  • Three: Awareness that you live in a malevolent universe controlled by Murphy’s Law, sometimes offset in part by Brewster’s Factor: that’s engineering
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  • walks away] Wait! Nun: Damn you, Father Sarducci! Eddie Murphy: How you'd doing? I'm Eddie Murphy. Anybody in the audience ever- (audience cheers enthusiasticly)
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  • Dionysius of Halicarnassus, IX. 9. Matthew Henry—Commentaries. Matthew XXI. Murphy—School for Guardians, Act I. Tusser—Five Hundred Points of Good Husbandry
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  • has neither substance nor support. Supreme Court Associate Justice Frank Murphy, one of three justices dissenting in Korematsu v. United States, 323 U.S
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  • horror-drama television series, airing on FX, created and produced by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk. Described as an anthology series, each season is conceived
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  • Book VI, Chapter V. Translated by Charles I. White, D.D. Baltimore: John Murphy, 1871, p. 202. Atheism can benefit no class of people; neither the unfortunate
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  • for treason during the Napoleonic Wars. Mom, I'm dying. Who: Brittany Murphy, American actress. Mama. Who: Agnes Moorehead, American actress. A certain
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  • done in the service of his race. Adolf Hitler (1925-26). Mein Kampf (James Murphy translation, 1946). [I]t is quite enough that the scientific knowledge
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  • upon at all as expressive of our religious instincts. Interview with J. Murphy and J. W. N. Sullivan (1930), p. 68 Scientific research is based on the
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  • no hurt; When alive he was only Mudd, But now he's only dirt." Audie Murphy (unknown) 1926 - 1971 "MEDAL OF HONOR DSC - SS & OLC LM - BSM & OLC PH
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  • that each of us provide a blood and a stool sample. Bear: A stool sample? Murphy: Well, this kind of travel always makes that kind of tough... for me. Mulder:
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