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  • (1873). Good roads, good schools and good churches are a sure sign of the best citizenship produced by a free republic. How about our roads? Author unknown;
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  • Washington Gladden (February 11, 1836 – July 2, 1918) was a leading American Congregational church pastor and early leader of the Social Gospel movement
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  • true secret of their [the large roads’] failure; and that this disparity of cost per mile in operating long and short roads, is not produced by a difference
    15 KB (2,185 words) - 02:34, 23 July 2015
  • the last clear air and dirty the last clean streams and push our paved roads through the last of the silence, so that never again will Americans be free
    9 KB (1,335 words) - 02:34, 2 November 2014
  • Atkinson, The Washington Post "Petraeus Takes Reins in Iraq" (January 10, 2007) by Wesley Morgan, The Daily Princetonian "Petraeus Faces Tough Road in Iraq
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  • Molina in Manuel Puig, Kiss of the Spider Woman (1976). There are only two roads that lead to something like human happiness. They are marked by the words:
    41 KB (5,873 words) - 01:08, 22 April 2016
  • We stand now where two roads diverge. But unlike the roads in Robert Frost's familiar poem, they are not equally fair. The road we have long been traveling
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  • traffic is that the people of today are driving the cars of tomorrow on the roads of yesterday. Bob Talbert, Detroit Free Press, ca. 1987 Got a quarter
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  • January 2009, after succeeding George W. Bush. The country's capital is Washington, D.C., which is located on the northern border of the U.S. state of Virginia
    461 KB (60,342 words) - 00:04, 2 May 2016
  • George Washington, Moral Maxims. Let us raise a standard to which the wise and honest can repair; the rest is in the hands of God. George Washington, speech
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  • Founding Father of the United States, chief staff aide to General George Washington, one of the most influential interpreters and promoters of the U.S. Constitution
    65 KB (9,825 words) - 18:38, 12 April 2016
  • faites un pont d'argent, afin de les renvoyer. Always open all gates and roads to your enemies, and rather make for them a bridge of silver, to get rid
    250 KB (37,231 words) - 14:33, 24 April 2016
  • to the rest of the Nation and the world. From New Orleans and the back roads of the Mississippi Delta to Harlem and Chicago, black musicians set enduring
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  • Character of Washington," speech delivered in Washington, D.C., at a public dinner in honor of the centennial birthday of George Washington, February 22
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  • usually stymied or reduced to speculation about probabilities. For many roads lead to almost any Rome. Stephen Jay Gould, in The Panda's Thumb (1980)
    85 KB (12,655 words) - 14:41, 27 April 2016
  • create new jobs, but to lay a new foundation for growth. We will build the roads and bridges, the electric grids and digital lines that feed our commerce
    676 KB (96,248 words) - 20:17, 24 April 2016
  • English social life within two generations... View the navigation, the roads, the harbours and all other public works. Take notice of the spirit with
    6 KB (870 words) - 12:41, 17 November 2015
  • all the technique of what transiently bears the name of modern industry; roads and communications will give her unity, economy and thrift will give her
    61 KB (7,708 words) - 14:43, 28 April 2016
  • first day of the rest of your life. Attributed to Charles Dederich by The Washington Post (December 10, 1978), p. C5. He was the founder of Synanon, a self-help
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  • name of the inanimate object about to be despoiled, defaced, or invaded by roads and bulldozers and where injury is the subject of public outrage. Contemporary
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