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  • supports with insolence, and is repaid in flattery. PENSION — An allowance made to any one without an equivalent. In England it is generally understood to mean
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  • as in these United States. No man can form an adequate idea of the real meaning of the word, without coming here. Comment while on an American tour (March
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  • LyricWiki · Tour performance · Video 2 Live in Berlin There may be a hundred stances and sword positions, but you win with just one. Yagyū Munenori, in The Book
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  • human life appeared a scene Of kindred loveliness: then he would sigh, Inly disturbed, to think that others felt What he must never feel: and so, lost
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  • Pitt, in Twelve English Statesmen. Referred to by Sir John Sinclair Code of Agriculture, Miscellaneous Essays, 1802. Same idea in Defoe's Tour through
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  • several years, and in them times I made it my business to survey the three great rivers of England, and some small ones; and made two navigable, and a
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  • work. See Horne, Sermon on the Duty of Contending for the Truth. Boswell, Tour to the Hebrides, p. 18. Note. Said by George Whitefield, according to Southey
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  • Proof of Root's ability came in the way he responded to a troubled tour of Australia in 2013/14 as England went down 5-0 in the Tests and he became increasingly
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  • me. One of the most controversial statements Lennon ever made, this was published in England's Evening Standard newspaper (4 March 1966) as part of an
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  • Edison. George Head used it in A Home Tour Through the Manufacturing Districts of England in the Summer of 1835 (1836), p. 198, in which he states: If time
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  • England had made peace early in 1917, it would have saved over one million British, French, American, and other lives. Published as having been made in
    164 KB (24,699 words) - 15:07, 27 July 2016
  • a man who is awake, and England could not let one of her sons die in the street. So you are at liberty to spend the night in the street, providing it
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  • kept his cool, made sure the guys around him do a bit of work as well, so when you look at the bigger concept, he's the guy that England would want to
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  • world,’ and all that it contained. The Grand Tour now means a voyage round the globe, and he who has not made it has seen nothing. The Season-Ticket, An
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  • as that between a rider and his horse. Robert Smith Surtees in Mr. Sponge's Sporting Tour, chapter 31. Where now the horse and the rider? Where
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  • "Tear in Your Hand" on Little Earthquakes (1991); in 1994, Gaiman wrote the foreword for a concert program book, which was sold while Amos was on tour. He
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  • on a tour and the waitress said "You look as if you need a Screaming Orgasm". At the time this was the last thing on my mind... In Reading [England] there
    30 KB (4,299 words) - 18:31, 28 April 2016
  • I've been on my flying saucer tour. Which means like flying saucers I too have been appearing in small southern towns in front of a handful of hillbillies
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  • tour with Madonna in Europe and like any one who's been a fan of her since the age of ten I was super exited. When I met her at the end of the tour she
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  • aided by a vice. Lovel, Act IV, Scene iii In the winter of 1618–1619, Jonson made a walking tour of England and Scotland. At one point he spent two weeks
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