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My hand seemed arrested by a silent veto.
From Stettin in the Baltic to Trieste in the Atlantic, an iron
Meet success like a gentleman; disaster like a man.
We know enough to be sure that the scientific achievements of the
It is not alone that property, in all its forms, is struck
We are stripped bare by the curse of plenty. [Referring to the
What is adequacy? Adequacy is no standard at all.
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The tired parts of the mind can be rested and strengthened not
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