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to my thinking, it is more pitiable to bore than to be bored.
Poor dog! I’ve a strange feeling about the dumb things as if
There are various orders of beauty, causing men to make fools of
Some people are born to make life pretty, and others to grumble
In the ages since Adam’s marriage, it has been good for some
She was no longer wrestling with the grief, but could sit down
No man is matriculated to the art of life till he has been well tempted.
Miserliness is a capital quality to run in families; it’s the safe
Well, well, my boy, if good luck knocks at your door, don’t
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