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  • in truth only another name for the Jeffersonian vulgarity. Bishop Henry C. Potter, Address at the Washington Centennial Service, New York (April 30,
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  • is the one pre-eminent distinction,—the royalty of virtue. Bishop Henry C. Potter, address to the Washington Centennial Service in St. Paul's Chapel
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  • pretty fond of Henry Blake when he ran this fort, weren't they? Klinger: Well, sure, the Colonel was a top notch kind of a guy. Potter: You bet he was
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  • Postman, Neil Poświatowska, Halina Potok, Chaim Potter, Beatrix Potter, Dennis Potter, Henry Codman Potter, Stephen Pound, Ezra Poundstone, Paula Poundstone
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  • Shakespeare, Henry VIII (c. 1613), Act III, scene 2, line 428. He has strangled His language in his tears. William Shakespeare, Henry VIII (c. 1613), Act
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  • us have. And the same could be said of Bugs Bunny and Superman and Harry Potter. They've changed my life, changed the way I act on the Earth. Doesn't that
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  • Thought (section C)
    Shakespeare, Henry V (c. 1599), Act V. Prologue, line 22 My thoughts are whirled like a potter's wheel. William Shakespeare, Henry VI, Part I (c. 1588-90)
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  • Memory (section C)
    for mortals, when they are treated badly after happiness. (trans. Robert Potter, 1938) Euripides, Iphigenia in Taurus, line 1,121. We have all forgot
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  • Shakespeare, Henry V (c. 1599), Act IV, scene 3, line 11. As good luck would have it. William Shakespeare, The Merry Wives of Windsor (c. 1597; published
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  • When such strings jar, what hope of harmony? William Shakespeare, Henry VI, Part II (c. 1590-91), scene 1, line 56. Orpheus with his lute made trees,
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  • stirs To rouse a lion than to start a hare! William Shakespeare, Henry IV, Part I (c. 1597), Act I, scene 3, line 198. The smallest worm will turn being
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  • Homicide (section C)
    crime. It is an extreme sanction suitable to the most extreme of crimes. Potter Stewart, Majority opinion in 7-2 ruling that the death penalty is a constitutionally
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  • Harry Potter and the Order of The Phoenix (Dumbledore). Age is foolish and forgetful when it underestimates youth. J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the
    40 KB (6,591 words) - 05:49, 3 February 2016
  • Sir Henry Hobart, 1st Baronet, C.J., Wright v. Gerrard (1617), Lord Hobart's Rep. 311. Ay, ay, let truth come out, in God's name. Jefferies, C.J., Lady
    149 KB (21,353 words) - 04:18, 9 February 2016
  • Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Possibilities. Who can foretell for what high cause This darling of the gods was born? Andrew Marvell, Picture of T. C.
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  • Troublesome Success of Children's Literature from Slovenly Peter to Harry Potter (2002) by Jack Zipes. I think there's a lot of people out there who say
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  • Stewart, Mary Stewart, Potter Steyn, Mark Stiglitz, Joseph E. Stiles, Julia Still, Clyfford Stiller, Ben Stilson, Jeff Stimson, Henry L. Stine, R. L. Sting
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  • holiness, To number Ave-Maries on his beads. William Shakespeare, Henry VI, Part II (c. 1590-91), Act I, scene 3, line 58. Rather let my head Stoop to
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  • Benevolence (section C)
    dress one of them in an Armani suit and call the other Marmaduke. Dennis Potter, in "Occupying Powers," The Guardian (28 August 1993); the quote is from
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  • God (section C)
    Henry VI, Part II (c. 1590-91), Act II, scene 1, line 26 God shall be my hope, My stay, my guide and lantern to my feet. William Shakespeare, Henry
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