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#1. When you fear something, learn as much about it as you can. Knowledge conquers fear. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#2. Society is a partnership of the dead, the living and the unborn. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#3. A poet must sing for his own people. - Author: Edmund Clarence Stedman
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#4. Nobody likes him now but the people, - Author: Edmund Morris
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#5. The product of the scientific imagination is a new vision of relations - like that of artistic imagination. - Author: Edmund Wilson
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#6. So many novelists of our time eschew any "message," as if it's an aesthetic flaw. Maybe critics want to preserve our self-defeatingly clamorous culture by making sure no radical idea actually gets through and can be heard. - Author: Edmund White
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#7. The earliest intelligence of the travellers' safe arrival at Antigua, after a favourable voyage, was received; though not before Mrs. Norris had been indulging in very dreadful fears, and trying to make Edmund participate them whenever she could get him alone; and as she depended on being the first person made acquainted with any fatal catastrophe, she had already arranged the manner of breaking it to all the others, when Sir Thomas's assurances of their both being alive and well made it necessary to lay by her agitation and affectionate preparatory speeches for a while. - Author: Jane Austen
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#8. I had thought of annihilating the entire block that I lived on. - Author: Edmund Kemper
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#9. Poetry is the art of substantiating shadows, and of lending existence to nothing. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#10. The proper direction of man's thought is not toward the creation of new laws for government, but toward the acceptance of every person's moral dignity. - Author: Edmund Yates
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#11. To begin with, we put the proposition: pure phenomenology is the science of pure consciousness. - Author: Edmund Husserl
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#12. It is ordained in the eternal constitution of things, that men of intemperate minds cannot be free. Their passions forge their fetters. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#13. It's not a real adventure when you have to pay for it. - Author: Edmund Hillary
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#14. Thankfulness is the tune of angels. - Author: Edmund Spenser
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#15. Everybody feels better about himself, his community, and his country if employers are paying workers well. Economics, though, teaches that if every employer is pressured to raise wages, some labor will be priced out of the market. - Author: Edmund Phelps
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#16. [Speaker Reed's] wit was brilliant and usually cruel ... Asked to attend the funeral of a political enemy, he refused, but that does not mean to say I do not heartily approve of it. - Author: Edmund Morris
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#17. No man is competent to manage another. - Author: Edmund A. Opitz
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#18. Ordinary psyches often react to bad news with a momentary thrill, seeing the world, for once, in jagged clarity, as if lightning has just struck. But then darkness and dysfunction rush in. A mind such as Beethoven's remains illumined, or sees in the darkness shapes it never saw before, which inspire rather than terrify. This altered shape (raptus, he would say) makes art of the shapes, while holding in counterpoise such dualities as intellect and intuition, the conscious and the unconscious, mental health and mental disorder, the conventional and the unconventional, complexity and simplicity. - Author: Edmund Morris
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#19. Despots govern by terror. They know that he who fears God fears nothing else; and therefore they eradicate from the mind, through their Voltaire, their Helvetius, and the rest of that infamous gang, that only sort of fear which generates true courage. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#20. You know the head's where everything is at, the brain, eyes, mouth. That's the person. I remember being told as a kid, you cut off the head and the body dies. the body is nothing after the head is cut off ... well that's not quite true. With a girl there's a lot left in the girl's body without a head. - Author: Edmund Kemper
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#21. Most of the members are positively corrupt, and the others are really singularly incompetent. - Author: Edmund Morris
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#22. At certain crucial moments - an emergency or an opportunity - one must act first and think later. - Author: Edmund White
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#23. From the second Edmund burst into the ceremony, she'd no longer wanted to be a duchess.
She just wanted Edmund.
Seeing his face had been like being flooded with magic. He was sunshine and sultry nights.
Laughter and sensuous kisses. The other half of her heart. - Author: Erica Ridley
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#24. It is idle to hope for the enforcement of a law where nineteen-twentieths of the people do not believe in the justice of its provisions. - Author: Edmund Morris
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#25. You are beaten to earth? Well, well, what's that? Come up with a smiling face, It's nothing against you to fall down flat But to lie there - that's a disgrace. - Author: Edmund Vance Cooke
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#26. Could we forbear dispute, and practise love, We should agree as angels do above. - Author: Edmund Waller
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#27. It was grey windless weather, and the bell of the little old church that nestled in the hollow of the Sussex down sounded near and domestic. We were a straggling procession in the mild damp air - which, as always at that season, gave one the feeling that after the trees were bare there was more of it, a larger sky ...
("Sir Edmund Orme") - Author: Henry James
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#28. I saw literature as a fantasy, no less absorbing for all its irrelevance - a parallel life, as dreams shadow waking but never intersect it. - Author: Edmund White
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#29. Example is the school of mankind, and they will learn at no other. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#30. Liberty had many friends in the eighteenth century. - Author: Edmund Morgan
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#31. This is the strange undoing of a collection, of a house and of a family. It is the moment of fissure when grand things are taken and when family objects, known and handled and loved, become stuff. - Author: Edmund De Waal
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#32. Many of the greatest tyrants on the records of history have begun their reigns in the fairest manner. But the truth is, this unnatural power corrupts both the heart and the understanding. And to prevent the least hope of amendment, a king is ever surrounded by a crowd of infamous flatterers, who find their account in keeping him from the least light of reason, till all ideas of rectitude and justice are utterly erased from his mind. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#33. my white plume"
- Cyrano de Bergerac - Author: Edmund Rostand
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#34. Liberty, without wisdom, is license. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#35. This iron world bungs down the stoutest hearts to lowest state; for misery doth bravest minds abate. - Author: Edmund Spenser
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#36. Well into the 20th century, scholars viewed economic advances as resulting from commercial innovations enabled by the discoveries of scientists - discoveries that come from outside the economy and out of the blue. - Author: Edmund Phelps
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#37. Party is a body of men united, for promoting by their joint endeavours the national interest, upon some particular principle in which they are all agreed. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#38. Good Hobbinoll, what garres thee greete?
What! hath some wolfe thy tender lambes ytorne?
Or is thy bagpype broke, that soundes so sweete?
Or art thou of thy loved lasse forlorne? - Author: Edmund Spenser
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#39. In their nomination to office they will not appoint to the exercise of authority as to a pitiful job, but as to a holy function. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#40. The Edmund Pettus Bridge - which in 2013 was declared a National Historic Landmark - isn't symbolic of the Civil War in a meaningful way. It is, however, the modern-day battlefield where the voting rights movement was born. - Author: Douglas Brinkley
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#41. An entire life of solitude contradicts the purpose of our being, since death itself is scarcely an idea of more terror. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#42. Capitalism has run its course, and we shall have to look for other ideals than the ones that capitalism has encouraged. - Author: Edmund Wilson
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#43. None of the children knew who Aslan was any more than you do; but the moment the Beaver had spoken these words everyone felt quite different. Perhaps it has sometimes happened to you in a dream that someone says something which you don't understand but in the dream it feels as if it had some enormous meaning--either a terrifying one which turns the whole dream into a nightmare or else a lovely meaning too lovely to put into words, which makes the dream so beautiful that you remember it all your life and are always wishing you could get into that dream again. It was like that now. At the name of Aslan each one of the children felt something jump in it's inside. Edmund felt a sensation of mysterious horror. Peter felt suddenly brave and adventurous. Susan felt as if some delicious smell or some delightful strain of music had just floated by her. And Lucy got the feeling you have when you wake up in the morning and realize that it is the beginning of the holidays or the beginning of Summer. - Author: C.S. Lewis
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#44. It is generally, in the season of prosperity that men discover their real temper, principles and design. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#45. Nor did Kevin go, "Ew-w," when he pulled his penis out and it was brown and smelly, and that, too, Guy considered a rite de passage. - Author: Edmund White
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#46. He does not only declare that God saves by grace, not works; he brings Christ forward, and placards him. Preaching points to Christ crucified for our sins, and risen for our life. - Author: Edmund P. Clowney
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#47. The great Error of our Nature is, not to know where to stop, not to be satisfied with any reasonable Acquirement; not to compound with our Condition; but to lose all we have gained by an insatiable Pursuit after more. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#48. The French have such an attractive civilization, dedicated to calm pleasures and general tolerance, and their taste in every domain is so sharp, so sure, that the foreigner (especially someone from chaotic, confused America) is quickly seduced into believing that if he can only become a Parisian he will at last master the art of living. - Author: Edmund White
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#49. Of all things, wisdom is the most terrified with epidemical fanaticism, because, of all enemies, it is that against which she is the least able to furnish any kind of resource. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#50. Art is a partnership not only between those who are living but between those who are dead and those who are yet to be born. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#51. Recognizing that the world is governed by a minority, the sexually active, and that they hold sway of a huge majority of the nonsexual, those people too young or too old or too poor or too homely or sick or crazy or powerless to be able to afford sexual partners (or the luxury of systematic, sustained and shared introspection, so sexual in its own way). All advertisements and films and songs are addressed to sexuals, to their rash whims and finicky tastes. - Author: Edmund White
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#52. Norway ... looked to Roosevelt as funny a kingdom as was ever imagined outside of opera bouffe ... It is much as if Vermont should offhand try the experiment of having a king. - Author: Edmund Morris
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#53. By this unprincipled facility of changing the state as often, and as much, and in as many ways as there are floating fancies or fashions, the whole chain and continuity of the commonwealth would be broken. No one generation could link with the other. Men would become little better than the flies of a summer. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#54. Who would think it possible to redirect historical scholarship by explaining what Thomas Jefferson said in the Declaration of Independence? - Author: Edmund Morgan
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#55. Yet nothing did he dread, but euer was ydrad. - Author: Edmund Spenser
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#56. For my part, I am convinced that the method of teaching which approaches most nearly to the method of investigation is incomparably the best; since, not content with serving up a few barren and lifeless truths, it leads to the stock on which they grew. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#57. In general the languages of most unpolished people have a great force and energy of expression; and this is but natural. Uncultivated people are but ordinary observers of things, and not critical in distinguishing them; but, for that reason, they admire more, and are more affected with what they see, and therefore express themselves in a warmer and more passionate manner. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#58. O fresh-lit dawn! immortal life!
O Earth's betrothal, sweet and true! - Author: Edmund Clarence Stedman
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#59. Edmund had obviously never yet experienced the speed with which news traveled round the docklands. "Is there anyone who does not know him?" "All - Author: Susanna Kearsley
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#60. Happy is she that from the world retires, and carries with her what the world admires. - Author: Edmund Waller
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#61. A government of five hundred country attornies and obscure curates is not good for twenty-four millions of men, though it were chosen by eight and forty millions; nor is it the better for being guided by a dozen of persons of quality, who have betrayed their trust in order to obtain that power. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#62. Silence is golden but when it threatens your freedom it's yellow. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#63. I asked my body if it was going to die or not from AIDS. And it said 'no.' I sort of paid attention to that. - Author: Edmund White
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#64. Hard it is to teach the old horse to amble anew. - Author: Edmund Spenser
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#65. Some degree of novelty must be one of the materials in almost every instrument which works upon the mind; and curiosity blends itself, more or less, with all our pleasures. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#66. Free trade is not based on utility but on justice. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#67. Although Guy was thirty-five he was still working as a model, and certain of his more ironic and cultured friends called him, as the dying Proust had been called by Colette, 'our young man. - Author: Edmund White
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#68. The holiness of the church means that life, as well as truth, marks Christ's church; the behavior of Christians in the world must be remarkable enough to cause grudging admiration, astonished curiosity or threatening hostility. - Author: Edmund Clowney
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#69. Paris can be like the land of the Lotus-Eaters. You can't leave. - Author: Edmund White
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#70. And thus of all my harvest-hope I have Nought reaped but a weedye crop of care. - Author: Edmund Spenser
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#71. Those of us born into vitalist and expressionist cultures must hope that governments will draw back from shutting down the modernist project of exploring, experimenting, and imagining - of voyaging into the unknown - that has been essential for rewarding lives. - Author: Edmund Phelps
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#72. sight. In his essay On The Sublime, Edmund Burke observes, "Represent the most sublime and affecting tragedy we have...and when you have collected your audience, just at the moment when their minds are filled with expectation, let it be reported that a criminal is on the point of being executed in the adjoining square..." And in a moment, the theater will be empty. In these bloody rituals of execution and repression, the leader becomes the ancient God-King stepping forward to save his people, a promise as dangerous as it is seductive. If there is one lesson we can take away from the extravagant lives of our tyrants it is the fragility of our democratic society which, after all, is the exception, not the norm, in that dark, violent story known as human history. - Author: Daniel Myerson
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#73. Edmund Clowney observes that prayer involves an honesty that has no real parallel in human relationships, because every human relation necessarily involves only a part of your personality. We relate differently to our spouse, our business partner, and a chance acquaintance on the street because each of our social roles expresses only a part of our personhood. Even our spouse sees only part of who we are. "In relation to God, however, we are 'naked and pinned down' (Heb 4:13). Our masks are gone, pretense is useless: the relationship is not partial, but total. All that we are stands related to our Maker and Redeemer."245 - Author: Timothy J. Keller
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#74. When I was a small boy, my father told me never to recommend a church or a woman to anyone. And I have found it wise never to recommend a restaurant either. Something always goes wrong with the cheese souffle. - Author: Edmund G. Love
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#75. The hottest fires in hell are reserved for those who remain neutral in times of moral crisis. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#76. I was always ambitious - not to make money: to be published. - Author: Edmund White
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#77. There is something about building up a comradeship - that I still believe is the greatest of all feats - and sharing in the dangers with your company of peers. It's the intense effort, the giving of everything you've got. It's really a very pleasant sensation. - Author: Edmund Hillary
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#78. To govern according to the sense and agreement of the interests of the people is a great and glorious object of governance. This object cannot be obtained but through the medium of popular election, and popular election is a mighty evil. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#79. America was the attic of French culture. - Author: Edmund White
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#80. Surely the church is a place where one day's truce ought to be allowed to the dissensions and animosities of mankind. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#81. The tyranny of a multitude is a multiplied tyranny. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#82. For evil deeds may better than bad words be borne. - Author: Edmund Spenser
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#83. He is blinded and nothing will open his eyes,nothing can,after having had truths so long before him in vain.--He will marry her and poor and miserable.God grant that her influence do not make him cease to be respectable!"---She looked over the letter again."So very fond of me!tis"nonsense all.She loves nobody but herself and her brother.Her friends leading her astray for years!She is quite as likely to have led them astray. They have all,perhaps, been corrupting one another;but if they are so much fonder of her than she is of them,she is the less likely to have been hurt except by their flattery.The only woman in the world,whom he could ever think of as a wife.....I firmly believe it.It is an attachment to govern his whole life. Accepted or refused,his heart is wedded to her for ever.The loss of Mary,I must consider as comprehending the loss of Crawford and Fanny.Edmund you do not know me.The families would never be connected,if you did not connected them.
Oh!write,write.Finish it at once.Let there be an end of this suspense.Fix, commit,condemn yourself."-Fanny Price - Author: Jane Austen
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#84. The arrogance of age must submit to be taught by youth. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#85. The French are pretty thin-skinned. The few times I mentioned a French writer in 'City Boy,' the relatives would ring up in high dudgeon. I once wrote a mocking review of Marguerite Duras in the 'New York Review of Books,' and good friends of mine in France got very angry. - Author: Edmund White
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#86. For trumpets sterne to chaunge mine Oaten reeds,
And sing of Knights and Ladies gentle deeds; - Author: Edmund Spenser
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#87. The religion most prevalent in our northern colonies is a refinement on the principles of resistance: it is the dissidence of dissent, and the protestantism of the Protestant religion. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#88. As to the right of men to act anywhere according to their pleasure, without any moral tie, no such right exists. Men are never in a state of total independence of each other. It is not the condition of our nature: nor is it conceivable how any man can pursue a considerable course of action without its having some effect upon others; or, of course, without producing some degree of responsibility for his conduct. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#89. When Lillian left work in the early evening the streets were slick and shiny with rain and the lamps flared yellow giving her the melancholy feeling that always came with the rain and the dark. She'd just struggled to push up her umbrella when the farmer from Saskatchewan came out of the shadows and tipped his hat again, very politely, and said could he escort her home? She put her small hand on his broad arm and held the umbrella over both their heads (he was very tall) and he walked her all the way back to her lodging-house where the landlady, Mrs Raicevic, looked after Edmund after school. By then, Lillian had learned the farmer's name and she said, 'Edmund, this is Mr Donner,' and Pete Donner squatted right down and said, 'Hello there, Edmund, you can call me Pete.' Although he never did, preferring to call him 'Pop' almost from the day his mother married him. - Author: Kate Atkinson
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#90. I had to philosophize. Otherwise, I could not live in this world. - Author: Edmund Husserl
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#91. Environmental problems are really social problems anyway. They begin with people as the cause and end with people as the victims - Author: Edmund Hillary
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#92. Among precautions against ambition, it may not be amiss to take precautions against our own. I must fairly say, I dread our own power and our own ambition: I dread our being too much dreaded. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#93. It is the mind that maketh good of ill, that maketh wretch or happy, rich or poor. - Author: Edmund Spenser
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#94. A great deal of the furniture of ancient tyranny is torn to rags; the rest is entirely out of fashion. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#95. Somebody has said, that a king may make a nobleman but he cannot make a gentleman. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#96. No contrivance can prevent the effect of this distance in weakening government. Seas roll, and months pass, between the order and the execution, and the want of a speedy explanation of a single point is enough to defeat a whole system. You have, indeed, winged ministers of vengeance, 27 who carry your bolts in their pounces to the remotest verge of the sea. But there a power steps in that limits the arrogance of raging passions and furious elements, and says, SO FAR SHALL THOU GO, AND NO FARTHER. Who are you, that you should fret and rage, and bite the chains of nature? Nothing worse happens to you than does to all nations who have extensive empire; and it happens in all the forms into which empire can be thrown. In large bodies the circulation of power must be less vigorous at the extremities. Nature has said it. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#97. There are three estates in Parliament but in the Reporters' Gallery yonder there sits a Fourth Estate more important far than they all. It is not a figure of speech or witty saying, it is a literal fact, very momentous to us in these times. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#98. Then they came out of the narrow valley and at once she saw the reason. There stood Peter and Edmund and all the rest of Aslan's army fighting desperately against the crowd of horrible creatures whom she had seen last night; only now, in the daylight, they looked even stranger and more evil and more deformed. - Author: R.J. Palacio
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#99. The body of all true religion consists, to be sure, in obedience to the will of the Sovereign of the world, in a confidence in His declarations, and in imitation of His perfections. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#100. The American Revolution was carried out in the name of the people, and it was supposedly 'We, the people,' who created the government that Americans still live under. - Author: Edmund Morgan
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#101. History, at its best, always tells us as much indirectly about ourselves as it does directly about our predecessors, and it is often most revealing when it deals with episodes and phenomena that we find repulsive. - Author: Edmund Morgan
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#102. I learned have, not to despise,What ever thing seemes small in common eyes. - Author: Edmund Spenser
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#103. Down the Woodstock Road towards them an elderly, abnormally thin man was pedalling, his thin white hair streaming in the wind and sheer desperation in his eyes. Immediately behind him, running for their lives, came Scylla and Charybdis; behind them, a milling, shouting rout of undergraduates, with Mr Adrian Barnaby (on a bicycle) well in the van; behind them, the junior proctor, the University Marshal, and two bullers, packed into a small Austin car and looking very elect, severe and ineffectual; and last of all, faint but pursuing, lumbered the ungainly form of Mr Hoskins. - Author: Edmund Crispin
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#104. In our imaginations the adults of our childhood remain extreme, essential - we might say radical since they are the roots that fed luxuriant later systems. Those first bohemians, for instance, stay operatic in memory even though were we to meet them today - well, what would we think, we who've elaborated our eccentricities with a patience, a professionalism they never knew? - Author: Edmund White
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#105. Then came October, full of merry glee. - Author: Edmund Spenser
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#106. The almost Oriental politeness of the West Coast is one of its distinctive regional features, in marked contrast to the contentiousness of the East Coast ... So few human contacts in Los Angeles go unmediated by glass (either a TV screen or an automobile windshield), that the direct confrontation renders the participants docile, stunned, sweet. - Author: Edmund White
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#107. He stands up, slowly, and puts his hands on the zipper of his jeans, where I notice there's a bulge that looks like someone stuck a cucumber in his pants. That can be his ... thing, can it? He undoes the button then his fly and then slides his jeans down. He's wearing those tight boxer-briefs things, like that guy in the Calvin Klein commercial, and I realize, it's definitely not a cucumber. - Author: Sarah Darer Littman
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#108. Writers are fortunate in that they are able to treat their neurosis every day by writing and as soon as the writer is blocked - this is catastrophic because the writer will start to go to pieces. - Author: Edmund Bergler
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#109. An acquaintance with the great works of art and thought is the only real insurance against the barbarism of the time. - Author: Edmund Wilson
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#110. The truth is, I'm just a rough old New Zealander who has enjoyed many challenges in his life. - Author: Edmund Hillary
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#111. But whoever is a genuine follower of Truth, keeps his eye steady upon his guide, indifferent whither he is led, provided that she is the leader. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#112. What if I can't get it up?" Guy wailed.
"That's of no importance if you're on the right end of a whip. - Author: Edmund White
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#113. While we converse with her, we mark
No want of day, nor think it dark. - Author: Edmund Waller
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#114. Austrian Republic established after the war gave an amnesty to 90 per cent of members of the Nazi Party in 1948, and to the SS and Gestapo by 1957. - Author: Edmund De Waal
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#115. After a major loss of dynamism in the 1960s, productivity growth rates began dropping in most countries, falling by half in the U.S. in the 1970s and more or less ceasing altogether in France, Germany and Britain in the late 1990s. - Author: Edmund Phelps
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#116. It ought to be the happiness and glory of a representative to live in the strictest union, the closest correspondence, and the most unreserved communication with his constituents. Their wishes ought to have great weight with him; their opinion, high respect; their business, unremitted attention. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#117. Calm on the listening ear of night Come Heaven's melodious strains, Where wild Judea stretches far Her silver-mantled plains. - Author: Edmund Sears
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#118. New York has been the subject of thousands of books. Every immigrant group has had its saga as has every epoch and social class. - Author: Edmund White
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#119. The AIDS epidemic has rolled back a big rotting log and revealed all the squirming life underneath it, since it involves, all at once, the main themes of our existence: sex, death, power, money, love, hate, disease and panic. No American phenomenon has been so compelling since the Vietnam War. - Author: Edmund White
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#120. As you can hear, it's difficult to learn another language after forty. - Author: Edmund White
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#121. Power gradually extirpates for the mind every humane and gentle virtue. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#122. Just because we cannot stop all the large leaks, that is no reason why we should open up all the little ones."
T. Roosevelt - Author: Edmund Morris
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#123. 'One Hundred Years of Solitude' is a masterpiece because it is an episodic novel that has a rigorous form - an unprecedented combination. From the very beginning we know the town of Macondo will endure only a century, so there is a limit to the length of the narrative. - Author: Edmund White
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#124. I find more and more that I am a man of the 1920s. I still expect something exciting. Drinks, animated conversation, gaiety: the uninhibited exchange of ideas. - Author: Edmund Wilson
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#125. I'm hoping that the administration and other thought leaders will succeed eventually in bringing the country back to the older idea that the American dream is having a career, getting a job, and getting involved in it, and doing well. That was the core of the good life. - Author: Edmund Phelps
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#126. For deeds to die, however nobly done, And thoughts of men to as themselves decay, But wise words taught in numbers for to run, Recorded by the Muses, live for ay. - Author: Edmund Spenser
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#127. In other things the knowing artist may Judge better than the people; but a play, (Made for delight, and for no other use) If you approve it not, has no excuse. - Author: Edmund Waller
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#128. Private soul-searching is not enough to determine your call to the ministry. The judgment of the people of God must be sought; long before the time when it must be given formally it should be sought informally. - Author: Edmund P. Clowney
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#129. The preoccupation of American historical and literary scholars with the New England Puritans must seem to outsiders like an obsession. - Author: Edmund Morgan
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#130. Stop it," came Eustace's voice, squeaky with fright and bad temper. "It's some silly trick you two are playing. Stop it. I'll tell Alberta--Ow!"
The other two were much more accustomed to adventures, but, just exactly as Eustace Clarence said "Ow," they both said "Ow" too. The reason was that a great cold, salt splash had broken right out of the frame and they were breathless from the smack of it, besides being wet through.
"I'll smash the rotten thing," cried Eustace; and then several things happened at the same time. Eustace rushed toward the picture. Edmund, who knew something about magic, sprang after him, warning him to look out and not to be a fool. Lucy grabbed at him from the other side and was dragged forward. And by this time either they had grown much smaller or the picture had grown bigger. Eustace jumped to try to pull it off the wall and found himself standing on the frame; in front of him was not glass but real sea, and wind and waves rushing up to the frame as they might to a rock. He lost his head and clutched at the other two who had jumped up beside him. There was a second of struggling and shouting, and just as they thought they had got their balance a great blue roller surged up round them, swept them off their feet, and drew them down into the sea. Eustace's despairing cry suddenly ended as the water got into his mouth.
Lucy thanked her stars that she had worked hard at her swimming last summer term. It is true that she would have got on m - Author: C.S. Lewis
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#131. In his novels from beginning to end, Dickens is making the same point always: that to the English governing classes the people they govern are not real. - Author: Edmund Wilson
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#132. At every moment I convinced myself that I was gathering material for the novel of my life - all experienced from the philosophical distance of the author. Even these humiliating occasions when I was robbed could be used as material. Life was a field trip. - Author: Edmund White
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#133. A very great part of the mischiefs that vex the world arises from words. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#134. Three cheers for Mr. and Mrs. Bower and their really satisfactory American family of twelve children! - Author: Edmund Morris
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#135. The ocean is an object of no small terror. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#136. House-watching is an art. You have to develop a way of seeing how a building sits in its landscape or streetscape. You have to discover how much room it takes up in the world, how much of the world it displaces. - Author: Edmund De Waal
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#137. At school, Max searched the archives alone-Edmund had stopped appearing, and I didn't have the heart to summon him. Kylee was still acting timid and injured, and the ghost jocks were even more outrageously annoying-trying to cover their underlying nervousness, I thought.

Harry and Sara couldn't feel anything wrong, but they took their cues from us, and searched the student lounges with a wariness that I'd never seen from either of them. Britta was as sneering and mean as ever, completely unchanged, and I wanted to kiss her.

I managed to restrain myself. - Author: Lee Nichols
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#138. Foul jealousy! that turnest love divine to joyless dread, and makest the loving heart with hateful thoughts to languish and to pine. - Author: Edmund Spenser
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#139. [Henry James] privately characterized Roosevelt as "a dangerous and ominous jingo," and "the mere monstrous embodiment of unprecedented and resounding Noise. - Author: Edmund Morris
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#140. Be bold, and everywhere be bold. - Author: Edmund Spenser
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#141. You had that action and counteraction which, in the natural and in the political world, from the reciprocal struggle of discordant powers draws out the harmony of the universe. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#142. Be careful in letting go of the things you thought are just nothing. cause maybe someday you will realize that the one you gave away is the very thing you have been wishing for to stay. - Author: Dru Edmund Kucherera
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#143. I think that there are empty ecological niches in the literary landscape crying to be filled and when a book more or less fills a niche it's seized on, even when it's a far from perfect fit. - Author: Edmund White
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#144. The culmination of a long struggle was 2013, which could clearly be labeled the Year of the Gay. State after state had legalized gay marriage, despite intense opposition from the religious right. - Author: Edmund White
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#145. After long stormes and tempests sad assay, Which hardly I endured heretofore: in dread of death and daungerous dismay, with which my silly barke was tossed sore: I doe at length descry the happy shore, in which I hope ere long for to arryue: fayre soyle it seemes from far and fraught with store of all that deare and daynty is alyue. Most happy he that can at last atchyue the ioyous safety of so sweet a rest: whose least delight sufficeth to depriue remembrance of all paines which him opprest. All paines are nothing in respect of this, all sorrowes short that gaine eternall blisse. - Author: Edmund Spenser
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#146. My Love is like to ice, and I to fire:
How comes it then that this her cold so great
Is not dissolved through my so hot desire,
But harder grows the more I her entreat? - Author: Edmund Spenser
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#147. I find a preacher of the Gospel profaning the beautiful and prophetic ejaculation, commonly called "Nunc dimittis," made on the first presentation of our Saviour in the temple, and applying it, with an inhuman and unnatural rapture, to the most horrid, atrocious, and afflicting spectacle that perhaps ever was exhibited to the pity and indignation of mankind. This "leading in triumph," a thing in its best form unmanly and irreligious, which fills our preacher with such unhallowed transports, must shock, I believe, the moral taste of every well-born mind. Several English were the stupefied and indignant spectators of that triumph. It was (unless we have been strangely deceived) a spectacle more resembling a procession of American savages entering into Onondaga after some of their murders called victories, - Author: Edmund Burke
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#148. The English remained paralysed by their own rivalries until the following April, at which point Aethelred made an invaluable contribution to the war effort by dropping dead, clearing the way for Edmund to succeed him. - Author: Marc Morris
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#149. Leaving the old, both worlds at once they view, That stand upon the threshold of the new. - Author: Edmund Waller
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#150. The esteem of wise and good men is the greatest of all temporal encouragements to virtue; and it is a mark of an abandoned spirit to have no regard to it. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#151. Perhaps no other body of literature is as subject to political pressures from within the community as gay fiction. - Author: Edmund White
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#152. For easy things, that may be got at will, Most sorts of men do set but little store. - Author: Edmund Spenser
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#153. San Francisco is where gay fantasies come true, and the problem the city presents is whether, after all, we wanted these particular dreams to be fulfilled
or would we have preferred others? Did we know what price these dreams would exact? Did we anticipate the ways in which, vivid and continuous, they would unsuit us for the business of daily life? Or should our notion of daily life itself be transformed? - Author: Edmund White
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#154. If any ask me what a free government is, I answer, that, for any practical purpose, it is what the people think so,and that they, and not I, are the natural, lawful, and competent judges of this matter. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#155. For next to Death is Sleepe to be compared;
Therefore his house is unto his annext:
Here Sleepe, ther Richesse, and hel-gate them both betwext. - Author: Edmund Spenser
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#156. Much can they praise the trees so straight and high, The sailing pine,the cedar proud and tall, The vine-prop elm, the poplar never dry, The builder oak, sole king of forests all, The aspin good for staves, the cypress funeral, The laurel, meed of mighty conquerors And poets sage, the fir that weepest still, The yew obedient to the bender's will, The birch for shafts, the sallow for the mill, The myrrh sweet-bleeding in the bitter wound, The warlike beech, the ash for nothing ill, The fruitful olive, and the platane round, The carver holm, the maple seldom inward sound. - Author: Edmund Spenser
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#157. Yes, it's tough, but not as tough as doing comedy. - Author: Edmund Gwenn
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#158. On the other had, a desire to serve Christ in the ministry may become intense before there is evidence of the necessary gifts...If you yearn to serve Christ in the gospel ministry, that desire is surely a calling to prayer for the Spirit; likely it is also a foretaste and earnest of greater gifts in store. - Author: Edmund P. Clowney
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#159. I'm not attacking the idea that people live in conglomerations of houses in proximity to one another, sharing the same water mains and the same newspaper delivery boy and so forth. I'm not objecting to that. That could happen with or without homeownership. - Author: Edmund Phelps
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#160. And he that strives to touch the stars
Oft stumbles at a straw. - Author: Edmund Spenser
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#161. I was too much taken up with another interest to care; I felt beneath my feet the threshold of the strange door, in my life, which had suddenly been thrown open and out of which came an air of a keenness I had never breathed and of a taste stronger than wine. I had heard all my days of apparitions, but it was a different thing to have seen one and to know that I should in all likelihood see it familiarly, as I might say, again. I was on the lookout for it as a pilot for the flash of a revolving light and ready to generalise on the sinister subject, to answer for it to all and sundry that ghosts were much less alarming and much more amusing than was commonly supposed. There's no doubt that I was much uplifted. I couldn't get over the distinction conferred on me, the exception - in the way of mystic enlargement of vision - made in my favour.
("Sir Edmund Orme") - Author: Henry James
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#162. I think it all comes down to motivation. If you really want to do something, you will work hard for it. - Author: Edmund Hillary
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#163. It has long been a source of wonder to me why the leading criminological writers
men like Edmund Lester Pearson, H. B. Irving, Filson Young, Canon Brookes, William Bolitho, and Harold Eaton
have not devoted more space to the Greene tragedy; for here, surely, is one of the outstanding murder mysteries of modern times
a case practically unique in the annals of latter-day crime. - Author: S. S. Van Dine
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#164. Growth is an unavoidable part of life. Whether we mean for it to happen or not, our bodies continually nourish and regenerate themselves, our minds continually learn and expand, and our lives continually evolve. We have the power to craft our growth the way a landscaper crafts a majestic garden, or we can leave it to chance, allowing it to unfold wild as the weeds that spread across a vacant lot. - Author: Scott Edmund Miller
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#165. To be attached to the subdivision, to love the little platoon we belong to in society, is the first principle (the germ as it were) of public affections. It is the first link in the series by which we proceed toward a love to our country and to mankind. The interest of that portion of social arrangement is a trust in the hands of all those who compose it; and as none but bad men would justify it in abuse, none but traitors would barter it away for their own personal advantage. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#166. Fiction is the thing I esteem most in my own work; I feel that, even if it's no good, only I could have written those books. - Author: Edmund White
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#167. There is a boundary to men's passions when they act from feelings; but none when they are under the influence of imagination. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#168. My father was a sort of John Wayne Texan who'd worked as a cowboy when he was young. He'd participated in rattlesnake round-ups and swum with copperheads. - Author: Edmund White
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#169. Wise men will apply their remedies to vices, not to names; to the causes of evil which are permanent, not to occasional organs by which they act, and the transitory modes in which they appear. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#170. For decades, my research was driven by outstanding problems in macroeconomics: mainly growth theory and employment theory. - Author: Edmund Phelps
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#171. Girls aren't very good at keeping maps in their brains", said Edmund, "That's because we've got something in them", replied Lucy. - Author: C.S. Lewis
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#172. I changed my writing style deliberately. My first two novels were written in a very self-consciously literary way. After I embraced gay subject matter, which was then new, I didn't want to stand in its way. I wanted to make the style as transparent as possible so I could get on with it and tell the story, which was inherently interesting. - Author: Edmund White
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#173. Rage and frenzy will pull down more in half an hour than prudence, deliberation, and foresight can build up in a hundred years. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#174. Power, in whatever hands, is rarely guilty of too strict limitations on itself. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#175. There is America, which at this day serves for little more than to amuse you with stories of savage men and uncouth manners, yet shall, before you taste of death, show itself equal to the whole of that commerce which now attracts the envy of the world. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#176. Strong motivation is the most important factor in getting you to the top - Author: Edmund Hillary
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#177. Old religious factions are volcanoes burned out; on the lava and ashes and squalid scoriae of old eruptions grow the peaceful olive, the cheering vine and the sustaining corn. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#178. Wasn't it correct in America to call a man 'handsome' rather than 'beautiful'? - Author: Edmund White
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#179. When we are young ... we often experience things in the present with a nostalgia-in-advance, but we seldom guess what we will truly prize years from now. - Author: Edmund White
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#180. This sort of people are so taken up with their theories about the rights of man that they have totally forgotten his nature. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#181. O happy earth, Whereon thy innocent feet doe ever tread! - Author: Edmund Spenser
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#182. I was scared many times on Everest, but this is all part of the challenge. When I fell down a crevasse, it was pretty scary. - Author: Edmund Hillary
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#183. In doing good, we are generally cold, and languid, and sluggish; and of all things afraid of being too much in the right. But theworks of malice and injustice are quite in another style. They are finished with a bold, masterly hand; touched as they are with the spirit of those vehement passions that call forth all our energies, whenever we oppress and persecute.. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#184. Abstract liberty, like other mere abstractions, is not to be found. Liberty inheres in some sensible object; and every nation has formed to itself some favorite point, which by way of eminence becomes the criterion of their happiness. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#185. Vain-glorious man, when fluttering wind does blow
In his light wing's, is lifted up to sky;
The scorn of-knighthood and true chivalry.
To think, without desert of gentle deed
And noble worth, to be advanced high,
Such praise is shame, but honour, virtue's meed,
Doth bear the fairest flower in honourable seed. - Author: Edmund Spenser
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#186. The weary August days are long;
The locusts sing a plaintive song,
The cattle miss their master's call
When they see the sunset shadows fall. - Author: Edmund Clarence Stedman
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#187. The whiles some one did chaunt this louely lay;
Ah see, who so faire thing doest faine to see,
In springing flowre the image of thy day;
Ah see the Virgin Rose, how sweetly shee
Doth first peepe forth with bashfull modestee,
That fairer seemes, the lesse ye see her may;
Lo see soone after, how more bold and free
Her bared bosome she doth broad display;
Loe see soone after, how she fades, and falles away.

So passeth, in the passing of a day,
Of mortall life the leafe, the bud, the flowre,
Ne more doth flourish after first decay,
That earst was sought to decke both bed and bowre,
Of many a Ladie, and many a Paramowre:
Gather therefore the Rose, whilest yet is prime,
For soone comes age, that will her pride deflowre:
Gather the Rose of love, whilest yet is time,
Whilest louing thou mayst loued be with equall crime. - Author: Edmund Spenser
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#188. Despite our differences, we are all in this together. No act of kindness or compassion goes unnoticed. To change the world, take compassionate action within your immediate sphere of influence. To change yourself, start by being still and making time just to listen. - Author: Edmund Bourne
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#189. I used to think that I could be successful if I pretended to be a 23-year-old black woman. I wanted to find a young black woman who would be willing to go in on this with me. I would write her novels, and then she would do the touring. I always thought I was too old and the wrong color. - Author: Edmund White
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#190. In Greece, Italy and, to a lesser extent, France, unsustainable tax cuts and spending sprees added to households' estimates of their private wealth relative to their wage income. - Author: Edmund Phelps
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#191. The first good-looking girl I see tonight is going to die. - Author: Edmund Kemper
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#192. leader of the Baden liberals, Carl von Rotteck, had cried "I prefer freedom without unity to unity without freedom. - Author: Edmund Fawcett
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#193. Fellowship in treason is a bad ground of confidence. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#194. Stop chasing people…If they block you, cut off contact with you, or ignore you…let them go. Let the people who naturally gravitate to you enjoy your energy. We spend so much time begging people to stay, "proving our worth", clinging to them so that they won't have room to leave. Cherish the people who WANT to talk to you, who WANT to see you, who are there by CHOICE, and not there because you chased them every time they decided to bail on you - Author: Dru Edmund Kucherera
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#195. History is a pact between the dead, the living, and the yet unborn. - Author: Edmund Burke
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#196. He thought to himself, I'll never be this perfect again, an idea that made him sad. - Author: Edmund White
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#197. Looking back, I can see that the women I loved, at least early on, were status symbols. I suppose, in that sense, I was my mother's true disciple. She'd taught me that a good man, though elusive, could transform one's whole life once he was caught. - Author: Edmund White
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#198. Theodore Senior belonged to a class and a generation that considered politics to be a dirty business, best left, like street cleaning, to malodorous professionals. - Author: Edmund Morris
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#199. I've been strongly influenced, in technique as well as subject matter, by some of the early 20th-century book illustrators - Arthur Rackham and Edmund Dulac in particular, Burne-Jones and other Pre-Raphaelites, and the Arts-&-Crafts movement they engendered. I'm continually inspired by Rembrandt, Breughel (I've wondered whether his brilliant "Tower of Babel" had inspired Tolkien's description of Minas Tyrith), Hieronymous Bosch, Albrecht Durer, and Turner; it's not necessarily that they influence my work in any particular direction, more that their example raises my spirits, re-affirms my belief in the power of images to move and delight us, and shows me how much further I have to go, how much is possible. Having visited Venice and Florence for the first time, I am besotted with the Italian Renaissance artists - Botticelli, Bellini, da Vinci and others. Their work is calm, controlled, and yet each face and landscape contains such passion. In Botticelli's paintings, every pebble and every leaf is rendered with a religious devotion; there is reverence inherent in paying such close attention to every stone, turning painting itself into a form of worship, an act of prayer. - Author: Alan Lee (artist)
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#200. What was the American Revolution? The people who joined to carry it out had different views of what they had done. - Author: Edmund Morgan
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