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  • Theodore Roosevelt, Jr. (27 October 1858 – 6 January 1919), also known as T.R. or Teddy, was an American statesman, author, explorer, soldier, naturalist
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  • raking the muck, and to look upward to the celestial crown above them. Theodore Roosevelt, address on the laying of the cornerstone of the House Office
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  • enlarge it. ...the Romantics sought to understand by augmentation. Betty and Theodore Roszak, "Deep Form in Art and Nature" Alexandria 4, Vol.4 The Order of
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  • thinking that they can control it, wish to influence its direction. ~ Theodore Zeldin selected by Kalki 2005 If you can dream it, you can do it. Always
    17 KB (1,461 words) - 00:13, 5 December 2015
  • Consideration in their eyes-to be the ultimate goal after which they strive? Theodore Roosevelt, The Strenuous Life (10 April 1899), Chicago, Illinois. Thank
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  • their virtues, in particular humility and charity. Saint Theodore Guerin (Saint Mother Theodore), Letter to Sisters at Saint Mary's (1848) It makes a tremendous
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  • foreclosures. Was politics or economics to blame? I opted for economics. Theodore Schultz "Nobelprize.org: Autobiography," in: Nobel Lectures, Economics
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  • satisfied momentarily with a work finished at one sitting, but I would soon get bored looking at it; therefore, I prefer to continue working on it so that later
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  • was only a minute ago. You wouldn't have dared laid a hand on him. Dr. Theodore Faron About Xan. We can experience nothing but the present moment, live
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  • Dictionary of Quotations (1989). Said to have been applied to President Theodore Roosevelt during debate on the Railroad Rate Bill of 1906. If this law
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  • apart, and the little link between word and significance hung broken. Theodore Sturgeon, More Than Human (1953), Ch. 1 : The Fabulous Idiot, p. 1. For
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  • in any other German, French, or English writer in our century... John Theodore Merz, A History of European Thought in the Nineteenth Century Vol.1 (1904)
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  • latter sense objectivity may be a pretense that hides profound distortions. Theodore Roszak, The Gendered Atom (1999) One of the symptoms of an approaching
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  • enlarge it. ...the Romantics sought to understand by augmentation. Betty and Theodore Roszak, "Deep Form in Art and Nature" Alexandria 4, Vol.4 The Order of
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  • separation anxiety writ large. Written, in fact, upon the entire universe. Theodore Roszak, The Gendered Atom (1999) The work of science is to substitute
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  • painter w:Gustave Moreau; as quoted in More unpublished Letters of Degas, Theodore Reff, Art Bulletin LI, No. 3., Sept. 1969, pp. 282-283 Boredom soon
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  • people, we must strive in good faith to play a great part in the world. Theodore Roosevelt, The Strenuous Life (10 April 1899), Chicago, Illinois. Japan
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  • than submit to infamy or see those that are dear to him suffer wrong. ~ Theodore Roosevelt, from his Nobel prize speech, the prize was awarded to him this
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  • a number of things better than if they were left to individual action. Theodore Roosevelt, in African and European Addresses p. 171 It is common sense
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  • movies. Theodore Roszak, Flicker (1991). The bond of sympathy, like the artist's eye for beauty, may stretch across many divisions. Theodore Roszak,
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