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  • Escape from L.A., also known as John Carpenter's Escape From L.A., is a 1996 cult film directed by John Carpenter. The sequel to the action film Escape
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  • things should end; crush'd with a thousand wrongs, A thousand woes, I shall escape these chains. Necessity is stronger far than art. Chorus: Who then is ruler
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  • L.A. Noire is a PS3, Xbox 360, and PC game developed by Team Bondi, set in 1940s Los Angeles. The game revolves around the journey of an L.A.P.D. detective
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  • Reality (section G - L)
    to change reality. Shinji: Is that wrong? Rei: You were using fantasy to escape reality. Shinji: Why can't I dream that I'm alone? Rei: That is not a dream
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  • Society (section K-L)
    none decoy'd into that fatal ring, Unless by Heaven's peculiar grace, escape. There we grow early gray, but never wise. William Cowper, The Task (1785)
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  • Heart (section L)
    first care should be to avoid the reproaches of his own heart; his next to escape the censures of the world: if the last interferes with the former, it ought
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  • over some part of the world or the other. Can a single man or creature escape death if all that charge of lightning strikes the earth? Kalki Krishnamurthy
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  • fight. Was there another way? Standing on the cliff, the answers seem to escape him. He only knows that he'll fight the Mavericks again before he finds
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  • of the countries in the Middle East should learn from you how to escape poverty. You didn't escape poverty by getting American dollars or Russian Roubles
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  • strict choice or option against a person in such a way a victim cannot escape, for example: a bully demanding lunch money to a student or the student
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  • Measurement (section G - L)
    Engineering (2005) by Tatjana Jevremovic, p. 397. It is impossible to escape the impression that people commonly use false standards of measurement —
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  • friends, but they escape from us in love. Jean de La Bruyère, Les Caractères, IV. Toute révélation d'un secret est la faute de celui qui l'a confié. When
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  • Mexico (section L)
    the Mexican part of L.A.; it's called L.A. Bobby Slayton, [1]. I left, out of Tucson, with no destination in mind. I was running from trouble and the jail-term
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  • assumptions that can only hold certain varieties of reality, while others escape its bet entirely. Jane Roberts in The God of Jane: A Psychic Manifesto,
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  • Philosophy is the microscope of thought. Everything desires to flee from it, but nothing escapes it. Les Misérables Aimer, c'est agir To love is to act Last words
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  • Action (section L)
    opposed to doing. To "do" – it hardly mattered what – would therefore be an escape, perhaps in some degree a remedy. Henry James, The Portrait of a Lady, ch
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  • " The Smart Set (January 1915) A Little Book in C Major (1916) Of all escape mechanisms, death is the most efficient. A Book of Burlesques (1916) Progress:
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  • pelago a la riva, si volge a l'acqua perigliosa e guata. And just as he who, with exhausted breath, having escaped from the sea to shore, turns to the
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  • Aeneid (29–19 BC), Book II, line 724; of Ascanius (Aeneas's son), when escaping from burning Troy. Quotes reported in James William Norton-Kyshe, The Dictionary
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  • Kazantzakis, The Saviors of God (1923), The Vision. From every joy and pain a hope leaps out eternally to escape this pain and to widen joy. And again the ascent
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