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  • gotta stay on and try not to get bucked off." "We're a tradition. Last of the dyin' breed." Kellie: Is he ok? Cody: He's fine. He ain't gonna be such a
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  • Elle: You're still the best. I mean that. Dr. Grant: The last of my breed. Symposium Leader: Does anyone have a question? [The entire audience raises
    16 KB (2,525 words) - 17:58, 18 December 2015
  • Americans, we're the last of a dying breed. We've got to stick together. Door Girl: I order you to stand in the spotlight and growl at the women like a dog
    55 KB (9,075 words) - 21:03, 6 December 2015
  • is generally considered to be the death of the last individual of the species, although the capacity to breed and recover may have been lost before this
    2 KB (371 words) - 04:32, 9 October 2015
  • breed, and famous by their birth. John of Gaunt, Scene I The ripest fruit first falls. King Richard, Scene I Evermore thanks, the exchequer of the poor
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  • friend. Last of a dying breed, and this movie is killing you softly with its song. Jen: [to Dawson] How's this for irony? Bad girl throws up on the white
    269 KB (43,937 words) - 20:23, 27 August 2015
  • off—rushing to escape bankruptcy—plotting to melt down the Statue of Liberty—to press more copper pennies—to breed more headless chickens—to put more feathers in
    37 KB (5,484 words) - 21:32, 3 February 2016
  • jumpers but not to breed them. I can think of some answers, and they are good ones, which would probably end up persuading me. But hasn't the time come when
    114 KB (17,917 words) - 18:45, 4 February 2016
  • civilisation upon the fertility of the abler classes: the improvident and unambitious are those who chiefly keep up the breed. So the race gradually deteriorates
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  • Ecclesiasticus, XI. 28 Death is the king of this world: 'tis his park Where he breeds life to feed him. Cries of pain Are music for his banquet.
    165 KB (25,429 words) - 14:45, 13 February 2016
  • Mbella, p. 100. All victories breed hate, and that over your superior is foolish or fatal. Baltasar Gracián, in The Art of Worldly Wisdom (1647), Maxim
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  • if you have, even if you need I don't mean to stare, we don't have to breed We could plant a house, we could build a tree I don't even care, we could
    12 KB (1,241 words) - 21:08, 16 November 2015
  • is no multitude of perspectives, no dialogue. The victim assumes the face of the tyrant, self-righteous and intransigent, and wars breed like vermin. and
    38 KB (5,051 words) - 20:43, 5 November 2015
  • would indicate the near unanimity of the population in the objectives of the revolution. … Violence as a means breeds violence; the cult of personalities
    22 KB (3,412 words) - 20:29, 25 December 2015
  • breed disbelief, but can never breed vital religion or practical usefulness. Charles Kingsley, p. 605. Truth and justice are the immutable laws of social
    150 KB (21,336 words) - 13:17, 11 February 2016
  • behind his scalp is naked. Works adjourn'd have many stays, Long demurs breed new delays. Robert Southwell, Loss in Delay Goe to my Love where she is
    174 KB (24,097 words) - 15:15, 9 February 2016
  • sure of his ground and holding it firmly. There is as little use in trying to breed from weak opinion as from other weak stock. Samuel Butler, The Note-Books
    28 KB (4,490 words) - 16:54, 7 September 2015
  • hope to breed a race of men whose power Dwells in hearts as open as all Space Itself, who ask for nothing but the light That rinses the heart of hate
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  • people breeds The last of Europe's stone age race. John Betjeman, "Ireland with Emily", in New Bats in Old Belfries (1945) Sculptured in stone on the poet's
    8 KB (1,204 words) - 20:06, 23 January 2016
  • like the snow falls in the river— A moment white—then melts forever. Robert Burns, Tam o' Shanter (1790) Line 59 The Hyla breed That shouted in the mist
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