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  • from the mother as from the father. C.J. Parker, in Inhabitants of St. Katherine v. St. George (1714), Fortescue, 218; reported in James William Norton-Kyshe
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  • Holman, James Holmes, John McClellan Holmes, Larry Holmes, Oliver Wendell, Jr. Holmes, Oliver Wendell, Sr. Holmes, Robert Holonyak, Nick Holst, Gustav Holt
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  • as far as I know, no man has ever cherished a wish to injure me. Anna Katherine Rohlfs, The Mayor's Wife, p. 25 (1907). In cases of defence 'tis best
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  • you always dance. Judith Jamison, p. 189. Dance to the song of life. Katherine Hepburnin, p. 189. Of what is the body made! It is made of emptiness
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  • never be supplied. Oliver Goldsmith, The Deserted Village (1770), line 51. Creation's heir, the world, the world is mine! Oliver Goldsmith, The Traveller
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  • of Norfolk Benedict Cumberbatch – William Carey Oliver Coleman – Henry Percy Ana Torrent – Katherine of Aragon Eddie Redmayne – William Stafford Juno
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  • in the gut and walks away] Katherine: I don't wanna see Santa! Spencer: Y'know what, then let's just go, okay? Katherine: I don't wanna go! Spencer:
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  • Porter, Cole Porter, David Dixon Porter, Eleanor H. Porter, George Porter, Katherine Anne Porter, Noah Porter, Peter Porteus, Beilby Portillo, Michael Portman
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  • shirt. Oliver Goldsmith, The Haunch of Venison (1776). The nakedness of the indigent world may be clothed from the trimmings of the vain. Oliver Goldsmith
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  • appreciating whatever is noble and loving in another. Thomas Hughes, in Katherine Frances Jelf, George Edward Jelf: A Memoir (London: Skeffington & Son
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  • Never a groan but God has harkened, Counting their cruelties one by one. Katherine Lee Bates, Crossed Swords. Quotes reported in Hoyt's New Cyclopedia Of
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  • been filled by God, and he never found anything else to put it in. Lady Katherine Tait in My Father, Bertrand Russell (1975), p. 184. I would have liked
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  • of Modern Art New York, ISBN: 087070-705-1; p. 5 Dada is irony. (w:Katherine Dreier) Dada is 'nothing'. (Marcel Duchamp) Dada is a 'state of mind'
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  • her husband is the head of the family. Parker, C.J., Inhabitants of St. Katherine v. St. George (1714), Fortesc. 218. A woman is to comfort her husband
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  • impressionist. Edward Hopper (c. 1958), in: an interview in the late 1950's, Katherine Kuh and Avis Berman ed., in 'My Love Affair With Modern Art', New York
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  • adds up to us finally doing a deal together. Let's run with it. Best, Katherine. Tess McGill: No lunch. I got speech class. Cynthia: What'dya need speech
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  • General Shrieve Source: My Name Is Oliver Queen I knew I chose well with you, boy. Who: Ra's al Ghul Source: My Name Is Oliver Queen Eject homing beacon and
    106 KB (16,966 words) - 03:57, 7 February 2016
  • Nathan, which I do, it was more about trusting myself. Lucas: [voiceover] Katherine Anne Porter once said: There seems to be a kind of order in the universe
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  • [Stan's fiancé, Katherine, enters the bar at the hotel where they're getting married.] Bartender: What can I get you, lady? Katherine: How about a shot
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  • baripity, baripity, baripity, baripity--Good. Bridge to Terabithia by Katherine Paterson. See the Child. He is pale and thin, he wears a thin and ragged
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