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  • Willis Lambert, Constant Lambert, Jack Lamborghini, Ferruccio Lamm, Norman Lamont, Norman Lamott, Anne LaMotta, Jake Lamour, Dorothy L'Amour, Louis Lampard
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  • Experience is a dumb, dead thing; The victory's in believing. James Russell Lowell, Winter Meditations, p. 113. They believed—faith, I'm puzzled—I think I
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  • security in an old book which Time has criticised for us! James Russell Lowell, My Study Windows 1871, chapter "Library of Old Authors'". Then I saw a
    56 KB (8,841 words) - 13:07, 8 June 2016
  • is made up of qualities that meet or make great occasions. James Russell Lowell, My Study Windows, Garfield If any man seeks for greatness, let him forget
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  • kind of Revolution; also quoted in "Completing the American Revolution" by Norman D. Livergood Is there not some chosen curse, Some hidden thunder in the
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  • for me To git me a transplantable an' thrifty fem'ly-tree. James Russell Lowell, Biglow Papers, 2d series, No. 3, III. Sire, I am my own Rudolph of Hapsburg
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  • Business (2009), p. 40. Every bubble's passed its fizzical. Corona Ron Norman, ‎Anne Watkiss, A2 English Language for AQA B (2001), p. 70. Every kiss
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  • Russell Lowell, The Biglow Papers (1848), Jonathan to John, Stanza 1. We kind o' thought Christ went agin war an' pillage. James Russell Lowell, The Biglow
    260 KB (38,221 words) - 20:17, 28 July 2016
  • baffles nature's hope, who sure intended him to stretch a rope. James Russell Lowell, The Boss (referring to "Boss Tweed"). Free trade, one of the greatest
    73 KB (10,863 words) - 16:13, 27 July 2016
  • wherefrom our future grew, This window we inscribe with Raleigh's fame. Lowell. Inscription on the Window presented to St. Margaret's Church, Westminster
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  • conviction and set with the sharp mordant of experience. James Russell Lowell, My Study Windows, Abraham Lincoln (1864). Ye children of promise, who
    77 KB (10,515 words) - 23:06, 19 July 2016
  • of the free republics of America was practically settled. James Russell Lowell, Among my Books, New England Two Centuries Ago. Finally, education alone
    88 KB (13,531 words) - 01:16, 30 July 2016
  • chanted clear and sweet, "To-day the Prince of Peace is born." James Russell Lowell, Christmas Carol. Let's dance and sing and make good cheer, For Christmas
    72 KB (11,713 words) - 17:18, 26 June 2016
  • it looks odd, To choke a poor scamp for the glory of God. James Russell Lowell, A Fable for Critics (1848), line 492. Woe unto you, lawyers! for ye have
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  • An' you've gut to git up airly Ef you want to take in God. James Russell Lowell, The Biglow Papers (1848), First Series. No. 1, Stanza 5 "Abductees
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  • A: "In the earliest authorship of Mr. Carlyle," says Mr. James Russell Lowell, alluding to these papers, "we find some not obscure hints of the future
    212 KB (36,846 words) - 00:05, 26 March 2016
  • milestones into headstones change, 'neath every one a friend." James Russell Lowell David Rossi: "The bitterest tears shed over graves are for words left unsaid
    137 KB (19,161 words) - 02:29, 12 July 2016