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  • John Derbyshire (born 3 June 1945) is a British-born naturalized American writer, journalist and commentator. He formerly wrote a column in National Review
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  • runs through the city. With some of its southern suburbs annexed from Derbyshire, the city has grown from its largely industrial roots to encompass a wider
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  • translated from the Spanish by Charles Derbyshire. The Social Cancer (1887) - translated from the Spanish by Charles Derbyshire - Full text online I die without
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  • fact that intellectuals have terrible trouble coming to terms with. John Derbyshire, "The Wood Has Been Made Into a Boat" in National Review (23 January 2006)
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  • Norman Depardieu, Gérard deParrie, Paul Depew, Chauncey Depp, Johnny Derbyshire, John Derksen, Johan Derrida, Jacques Dershowitz, Alan Derzhavin, Gavrila
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  • other flavouring, to taste Method This pudding is famous not only in Derbyshire, but in several of our northern counties, where it is usually served on
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  • about things; and the third class are those who discuss ideas... (H. J. Derbyshire, "Origin of mental species", 1919) ...Mrs. Conklin points out certain
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  • did, but I moved down when I was twelve. From... [Changes accent.] ...Derbyshire. Oh, do they? Which part? Which part? Which bit? Oh, I know I don’t, but
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  • up among its workers. It usually shows who reports to whom. A. Leslie Derbyshire (1981) Mastering Management p. 230. No organization chart is likely ever
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  • mysticism at www.mysticism.nl "What happened to Aldous Huxley" by John Derbyshire in The New Criterion Vol. 21, No. 6, (February 2003) Select Quotes of
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  • included in their ranks some people of the highest intelligence. John Derbyshire, Prime Obsession: Bernhard Riemann and the Greatest Unsolved Problem in
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  • Elizabeth Bennet: Tell me. Charlotte Lucas: 10,000 a year and he owns half of Derbyshire. Elizabeth Bennet: The miserable half? Elizabeth Bennet: Do you dance
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  • ready arsenal of Girl Greats — Patti Smith, Björk, Nina Simone, Delia Derbyshire, Polly Harvey, and so on. And yet, there would often be some caveat why
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  • walking the walk: big hundreds against Durham at Chester-le-Street and Derbyshire at Headingley confirming that here was a player of stature. He even had
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  • Trumpet shall sound. Epitaph to Samuel Taylor, in Youlgreaves Churchyard, Derbyshire, England; reported in Hoyt's New Cyclopedia Of Practical Quotations (1922)
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  • florid, and allusive, but […] he's essential reading. John Derbyshire, "John Derbyshire’s Google Reader: Keeping Up With The Dark Enlightenment", VDARE
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  • developers some time ago, no it is not the name of a small village in Derbyshire. [235] In all seriousness, it's true that I'm petty and bitter about
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