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  • and white. Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Sonnets from the Portuguese, Sonnet XXXVIII. Something made of nothing, tasting very sweet, A most delicious compound
    24 KB (3,800 words) - 14:37, 19 November 2015
  • soul. Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Sonnets from the Portuguese, Sonnet XXI Unless you can feel when the song is done No other is sweet in its rhythm;
    541 KB (73,861 words) - 14:24, 27 May 2016
  • Vladimir Lenin (category Heads of government)
    fell to the Portuguese and Turkish revolutions, it was undoubtedly a "real people's" revolution, since the mass of the people, their majority, the very lowest
    99 KB (13,559 words) - 17:50, 27 May 2016
  • never saw any of the diminutive Portuguese, with their murderous countenances, without almost wishing for Brazil to follow the example of Hayti; and, considering
    120 KB (17,158 words) - 19:36, 21 May 2016
  • achievement of all its peoples from the Portuguese-speaking Catholic Goans to the Zoroastrian Parsis. An impressive thing about India is the way in which
    142 KB (21,316 words) - 18:04, 9 May 2016
  • Jimmy Carter (category Presidents of the United States)
    can either be a curiosity, a museum piece, an example of a road not taken or it can be just a small part of one of the greatest and most exciting adventures
    68 KB (9,275 words) - 19:18, 28 April 2016
  • an agreeable contrast to the proscriptions of the Hindu priesthood in the Indian and Maratha territories of the Portuguese. Even his enemies remarked
    3 KB (469 words) - 23:07, 27 August 2015
  • Danish proverbs (category Proverbs by language)
    nest. F. Allen, Maria (2012). The Routledge Portuguese Bilingual Dictionary: Portuguese-English and English-Portuguese. Routledge. p. 439. ISBN 0415434343
    41 KB (4,627 words) - 10:53, 5 February 2016
  • George W. Bush (category Presidents of the United States)
    bless and keep the souls of the lost. And may His love touch all those who suffer and grieve. ...a clear lesson I learned in the museum was that outside
    346 KB (48,127 words) - 12:01, 25 May 2016
  • Lansdowne Manuscript No. 777, in British Museum. Poems by Browne, Volume II, p. 342. Ed. by W. C. Hazlitt for the Roxburghe Library. Here lies one whose
    86 KB (13,101 words) - 10:12, 24 May 2016
  • into the Springfield Museum] Homer: Could you open the window? The police have Daddy's prints on file. [Lisa finds herself in an ethnic part of Springfield]
    74 KB (10,969 words) - 17:57, 10 May 2016
  • Top Gear (section The Stig)
    Jeremy: That's the inside of the Mazda... that's not Bauhaus. That's my trousers. Museum Expert: What does it symbolize? Jeremy: The Audi? Museum Expert: Yes
    626 KB (94,565 words) - 05:17, 5 April 2016
  • quit smoking, learn to speak Portuguese, but we don't. For better or worse, our habits define us. We turn the pages of the same tattered script over and
    169 KB (27,566 words) - 23:42, 2 April 2015