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  • Ha-Joon Chang Haldane, J. B. S. Haldeman, Joe Halder, Franz Hale, Edward Everett Hale, Matthew F. Hale, Nathan Halevi, Ilan Halevi, Judah Haley, Alex Haliburton
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  • a spy. He needed a paid spy or a volunteer. Hale was the sole volunteer. At the end of his mission, Hale was captured by the British and hanged on September
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  • religions offered answers. Walter Benjamin, "Capitalism as Religion" (1921), translated by Rodney Livingstone in Walter Benjamin: Selected Writings, Volume 1
    73 KB (9,919 words) - 14:34, 8 February 2016
  • Necessitas est lex temporis et loci Necessity is the law of time and place. Hale's V. C. 54, reported in The Dictionary of Legal Quotations (1904) edited
    38 KB (5,051 words) - 20:43, 5 November 2015
  • the young man cried, "The few locks which are left you are gray; You are hale, Father William,—a hearty old man: Now tell me the reason, I pray." Robert
    37 KB (5,929 words) - 18:09, 10 January 2016
  • begin, at the beginning, and to stop when you have done. Edward Everett Hale, in Chapter IV How to Do It (1871 The greatest luxury of riches is that
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  • account the ingenuity of fools. Gene Brown quoted in Wit (1998) by Des MacHale. The reason why fools and knaves thrive better in the world than wiser and
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  • law knows no favourites. Sir Robert Atkyns, L.C.B., Trial of Sir Edward Hales (1686), 11 How. St. Tr. 1206. The law would be a strange science if it
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  • Heywood Broun, Collected Edition of Heywood Broun, compiled by Heywood Hale Broun. New York: Harcourt, Brace & Co., 1941, p. 26. I have heard an atheist
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  • force, and discipline, was introduced as a custom, and is part of the law. Hale, C.J., Taylor's Case (1675), 1 Vent. 293; 3 Keb. 607, 621; see also Rex v
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  • Deorum. Found also in Herbert of Cherbury's treatise De Religione Gentilium. Hale—Primitive Origination of Mankind. Bolingbroke, in a letter to Pouilly. Paley
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  • keeping their own arms. Samuel Adams, (6 February 1788), reported in Charles Hale, Debates and Proceedings in the Convention of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
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  • a Number‎ (1905) by E. Maor; also in Comic Sections (1993) by Desmond MacHale Sobriety is the strength of the soul, for it preserves its reason unclouded
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  • Henry Allon The British Quarterly Review. (1866), p. 147; Cited in Des MacHale. George Boole: his life and work, Boole Press, 1985. p. 52 Some months ago
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  • Taylor (1818). Variants: Number rules the universe. As quoted in Desmond MacHale, Comic Sections (1993). There is geometry in the humming of the strings
    52 KB (7,559 words) - 13:36, 7 February 2016
  • only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country. Who: Nathan Hale, American spy, hanged in 1776, according to the account by William Hull based
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  • Theodore Roosevelt (category American authors)
    Unitarian, as was John Quincy Adams, for instance, as is the Rev. Edward Everett Hale, at the present moment Chaplain of the Senate, and an American of whose life
    280 KB (43,050 words) - 13:46, 26 January 2016
  • Henry Adams (category American authors)
    both expressing — and expressed by — the Church Architectural. Alexander Hales, Albert the Great, Thomas Aquinas, Duns Scotus, and the rest, were artists
    144 KB (24,101 words) - 00:43, 4 December 2015
  • we may be equal to the task of peace. Message sent to Congressman Robert Hale of Portland, Maine (4 December 1946), to be used at a world government meeting
    72 KB (10,533 words) - 10:20, 16 September 2015
  • Anderson: (to Flack about her son Craig) His first words were Bird and McHale. Don Flack: Mine were cookie and cake. Don Flack: Mrs. Anderson... we're
    607 KB (97,282 words) - 19:50, 8 October 2015