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  • John Armstrong (1709–1779) was a Scottish physician and poet. There are, while human miseries abound, A thousand ways to waste superfluous wealth,
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  • Neil Armstrong (5 August 1930 – 25 August 2012) was a former test pilot and astronaut, who was the commander of the Apollo 11 moon landing mission on
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  • Louis Armstrong when asked to define the rhythmic concept of "swing", quoted in Jazz 101: A Complete Guide to Learning and Loving Jazz by John F. Szwed
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  • diseases, softens every pain, Subdues the rage of poison, and the plague. John Armstrong, The Art of Preserving Health (1744), Book IV, line 512. That rich
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  • in many guises. Would anyone choose the tinhorn patriotism of George Armstrong Custer over the eloquence of Chief Joseph in defeat? Stephen Jay Gould
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  • movement mortals feel Is hope, the balm and lifeblood of the soul. John Armstrong, Art of Preserving Health (1744), Book IV, line 310 Our greatest good
    57 KB (7,205 words) - 15:34, 21 January 2016
  • repose; on him the balmy dews Of Sleep with double nutriment descend. John Armstrong, The Art of Preserving Health (1744), Book III, line 385. When the
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  • chances, which by habit's power To learn to bear is easier than to shun. John Armstrong, Art of Preserving Health (1744), Book II, line 453; reported in Hoyt's
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  • Lope de Vega (category Spanish poets)
    Want my thoughts and nothing more. Act I, sc. iv. Translation from John Armstrong Crow An Anthology of Spanish Poetry (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State Univ
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  • flatterer at your board, Without one hour of sickness or disgust. John Armstrong, The Art of Preserving Health (1744), Book II, line 195 Divitiae bona
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  • and chaotic evidence to the contrary, life had meaning and value. Karen Armstrong, as quoted in "An Ecology for the Fourth Pillar : Imaginal Learning for
    31 KB (3,675 words) - 00:12, 6 May 2015
  • but many of them had become disenchanted with Jewish religion. Karen Armstrong (2007), The Bible: A Biography, p. 76. The existing and long-standing
    258 KB (38,281 words) - 19:21, 6 February 2016
  • to bedew, And give the hesitating wheels of life Gliblier to play. John Armstrong, The Art of Preserving Health (1744), Book II, line 484. What is it
    37 KB (5,929 words) - 18:09, 10 January 2016
  • Bertolt Brecht (category German poets)
    Brecht, was an influential German Marxist dramatist, stage director, and poet of the 20th century. People remain what they
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  • Athens heard; And (strange to tell) he practis'd what he preach'd. John Armstrong, Art of Preserving Health (1744), Book IV, line 302. Tush! Tush! my
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  • the Jews, they constitute the archetypal Diaspora peoples, or what John Armstrong has called ‘mobilized diasporas° Unlike diasporas composed of recent
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  • go rather further than that and our opportunities are unlimited. Neil Armstrong in: Apollo 11 30th Anniversary Press Conference, NASA I remember on the
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  • the idea that God is not a personal God who desires to be worshipped. John Armstrong, God vs. the Bible: How God's Creation Discredits Christian Scripture
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  • descends that he may shed the blood of men. Isaac Haldemann, quoted by Karen Armstrong (2007) in The Bible: A Biography, p. 209. I have been called arrogant
    349 KB (52,511 words) - 06:47, 30 January 2016
  • get these last few reds then head on back to camp. Hurrah! Who: George Armstrong Custer (attributed) I killed the President because he was the enemy of
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