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  • George Barlow (June 19, 1847, London – 1913 or 1914) was an English poet, who sometimes wrote under the pseudonym James Hinton. What men have done can
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  • Joel Barlow (24 March 1754 – 26 December 1812) was an American poet and diplomat. The Conspiracy of Kings; A Poem: Addressed to the Inhabitants
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  • Barker, George Barker, Jane Barker, Nicola Barkley, Charles Barlas, John Evelyn Barlow, George Barlow, Harold Barlow, Joel Barlow, John Perry Barlow, Peter
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  • studies to evade it, And finds at last he might as well have paid it. Barlow S. Vode Ambrose Bierce, debt in The Devil's Dictionary. There is
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  • America‎ (2006) by Harvey J. Kaye, p. 5, where it is attributed to Joel Barlow. The earliest incident of it yet found in internet searches is The Tragic
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  • (the original language is by Joel Barlow, U.S. Consul); This phrase has also sometimes been misattributed to George Washington, and has also been misquoted
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  • Cobain's voice, which is just fucking caramel–a beautiful rock voice. Lou Barlow, quoted by Marc Hawthorne in "Interview: Dinosaur Jr.", The A.V. Club (2005-07-20)
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  • an interruption of the harmony existing between the two countries. Joel Barlow, The Treaty of Tripoli (January 4, 1797). Carried unanimously by the U.S
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  • other actually gets a moral compass and a backbone. John Perry Barlow, in "John Perry Barlow: Wyoming's Estimated Prophet", interview with Aaron Davis in
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  • Restored. (1958) Edited and with appendix and notes by his grand-daughter Nora Barlow. But I was very unwilling to give up my belief;—I feel sure of this for
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  • Prival- Albert (the butler) O.P. Heggie - Hermit Dwight Frye - Karl Reginald Barlow - Hans Mary Gordon - Hans' wife Anne Darling - Shepherdess. Wikipedia
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  • almost every physicist. Alan Guth, physicist at MIT, and narrator Dilly Barlow, as extracted from the BBC-TWO documentary "Parallel Universes" originally
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