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Tess of the Durbervilles

By: Thomas Hardy

...y I made some little time ago, whilst I was hunting up pedi grees for the new county history. I am Parson Tringham, the antiquary, of Stagfoot Lane. ... ...m over, and attempted some discrim ination; but, as the group were all so new to him, he could not very well exercise it. He took almost the first tha... ... why you are trying — those bullies! My mother wants you to carry on their musical education. How selfish of her! As if attending to these curst cocks ... ...nerous business when she had regained the art, for she had caught from her musical mother numerous airs that suited those songsters admirably. A far m... ...umference of the field, for the first passage of the horses and machine. Two groups, one of men and lads, and the other of women, had come down the lane... ...ling weed flowers glowed as if they would not close for intentness, and the waves of colour mixed with the waves of sound. The light which still shone ... ...ryman, landowner, agriculturist, and breeder of cattle. He would become an American or Australian Phase the Third — The Rally 103 Abraham, commanding... ...ent on peeling the lords and ladies till Clare, regarding for a moment the wave like curl of her lashes as they drooped with her bent gaze on her soft... ...om the back of a mule which was bearing him from the interior of the South American Continent towards the coast. His experiences of this strange land ...

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Floor Games

By: H. G. Wells

...nd inspiring ideas in them for after life. The men of tomor- row will gain new strength from nursery floors. I am going to tell of some of these games... ...me, and in a thou- sand permutations and combinations, belong to four main groups. We have (1) SOLDIERS, and with these I class sail- ors, railway por... ...lities. Zulus and foreign-looking persons, such as East Indian cavalry and American Indians, are also disfranchised. So are riderless horses and camel... ... of the city does there seem to be the slightest restraint upon the use of musical instruments. It is no place for neurotic people. The gardens contai... ...is knocked over in the excitement of the moment, the train starts, and we “wave a long, regretful farewell to the salubrious cheerfulness of Chamois C...

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Virginibus Puerisque, And Other Papers

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

...ion really happy. She has a pleasing voice, with which she accompanies her musical instrument with judgment. She has an easy polite- ness in her manne... ...es the point entirely, a wordy, prolegomenous babbler will often add three new offences in the process of excusing one. It is really a most delicate a... ...a scruple; we theorise with a pistol to our head; we are confronted with a new set of conditions on which we have not only to pass a judgment, 43 Vir... ... undisturbed song of pure concent” to which we are ever likely to lend our musical voices. CHAPTER III – AN APOLOGY FOR IDLERS “Boswell: We grow weary... ...y) takes his determination, votes for the six- pences, and in the emphatic Americanism, it “goes for” them. And while such an one is ploughing distres... ...on some Olympian errand. Here and there, indeed, a few children huzzah and wave their hands to the express; but for the most part it is an interruptio... ...ck and sunlight; of the relief of cypresses; of the troubled, busy-looking groups of sea-pines, that seem always as if they were being wielded and swe... ... yet, when one comes to think upon it calmly, the situation of these South American citizens forms only a very pale figure for the state of ordinary m... ...les which seemed to marshal the Romans on their way; they did not pause or waver, but disappeared into the forest where the enemy lay concealed. “Forw...

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The Williams Record

By: Student Media

...on itself wns entirely suo- oessful, and despite its humorous side, tied a new itnot in tlie bond of ail Williams men. The parade, the fireworks, the ... ...tunate that we have scarcely any light this even ing; the old moon and the new must be hiding behind Jesup But, fortunately, Diogenes Hughes has promi... ...onna. Much of this portrait work has the characteristic of be- ing done in groups, where not on- ly is character well indicated, but also the reasons ... ...gs I have a Shorthand System, easily as good as the best now taught in any American Business College, that 1 can teach In twelve (12) evenings. Tui- t... ...aw in Rochester, N. Y. ^ Cbe Richmond Tdc Ulcllington north /Idams. IDass. AMERICAN & EUROPEAN PLAN E. M. Moore, Mgr. W. S, Underwood Go. it PIANOS, i... ...nager, J. H. Lapliaui '07; captain, C. M. Waters 'lo. Glee Club—Manager of Musical Associa- tion, C. B. Rogers "07 ; leader of mandolin club, T. K. Th... ...—Manager,]. H.Laphani '07; captain, C. M. Waters '10. Glee Club—Manager of Musical Associa- tion, C. B. Rogers "07 ; leader of mandolin club, T. K. Tl... ...fying a shoulder to shoulder contact with the world is lacking. The recent wave of popularity for "Petbr Pan" which has passed through many college ma... ...of 4 to 3. The ;game was erratic and slow during I the first half, but the waver- ing of the lead and the final brace in the ninth made the game the m...

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The Works of Edgar Allan Poe in Five Volumes Volume Three

By: Edgar Allan Poe

...ry thing, and had speculated very suc- cessfully in stocks of the Edgarton New Bank, as it was for- merly called. By these and other means he had mana... ... eccentric manners—he is well known to almost every person who has visited New Bedford. I stayed at his school until I was sixteen, when I left him fo... ...s- ited these regions, had great weight, apparently, with the muti- neers, wavering, as they were, between half-engendered no- tions of profit and ple... ... the wind issues, and the windward bow of course receives the shock of the waves. In this situa- tion a good vessel will ride out a very heavy gale of... ...was not long after Captain Patten’s visit that Cap- tain Colquhoun, of the American brig Betsey, touched at the largest of the islands for the purpose... ...1, a Captain Haywood, in the Nereus, visited Tristan. He found there three Americans, who were residing upon the island to prepare sealskins and oil. ... ...ity of biche de mer than the oldest seamen among us had ever seen in those groups of the lower latitudes most celebrated for this article of commerce.... ...cid cast of beauty, and the thrilling and enthralling eloquence of her low musical language, made their way into my heart by paces so steadily and ste... ...could no longer bear the touch of her wan fingers, nor the low tone of her musical language, nor the lustre of her melancholy eyes. And she knew all t...

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The Vatican Conspiracy

By: Jonathan Cross

...a filmy form of an arm that began to roll toward him like a slow moving ocean wave; it pointed a milky white semblance of a finger directly at his c... ... is on the warpath again. I heard him shouting up and down the halls that the American Bishops were trying to rewrite Church Doctrine again.” Ignor... ...edo momentarily, but then he quickly reminded himself that this was the first American Pope in history, and more importantly the first one of Jewish... ...ver, after the white smoke rose from the chimney announcing the election of a new Pope, the word spread like wild fire through the mass of people, wh... ... it. Cardinal Berini was furious, and made it known to everyone, including the new Pope. When it was later discovered that Pope Francis was not on... ...g," he said flatly. "Oh, for Christ sakes, not you too Walter!” he said as a wave of despair washed over him. “First, my wife, and now you. After e... ...le of days." "What do you think they'll do?" "First, they'll pull in those groups who are the most loyal to them. If I were the Colombians, I'd h... ... been in the U.S. for many years and who have no connections to any terrorist groups, to be framed for the bombings. I want the Americans to believe... ... and prayed to his Father in Heaven, “May Heaven’s mission be fulfilled.” A musical chorus of the ‘Ave Maria’ wafted throughout the stadium, as the...

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An Englishman Looks at the World Being a Series of Unrestrained Remarks Upon Contemporary Matters

By: H. G. Wells

................................................................... 15 OF THE NEW REIGN .................................................................... ..................................................................... 182 THE AMERICAN POPULATION .......................................................... ...e experimen- talists in gliding one strong enough and light enough for the new purpose. And here we are! Or, rather, M. Blériot is! What does it mean ... ...ory of this development and arrive at any other conclusion. The French and Americans can laugh at our aeroplanes, the Ger- mans are ten years ahead of... ...lating movement, leaping with a light splashing pat upon the wa- ter, from wave to wave. Then we came about into the wind and rose, and looking over I... ... as dreaming. I watched the widening dis- tance between our floats and the waves. It wasn’t by any means a windless day; there was a brisk, fluctuatin... ...e the aeroplane routes along the line of the world’s coast- lines and lake groups and waterways. The airmen will go to and fro over water as the midge... ...of adapting itself to them has been no more than patching. Individuals and groups and trades have found themselves in imperfectly apprehended and diff... ...ays been his dream to have a piano. The youngest girl, he is convinced, is musical. As a man who has knocked about the world and has thought, he quite...

...10 OFF THE CHAIN........................................................................................................................... 15 OF THE NEW REIGN .................................................................................................................... 20 WILL THE EMPIRE LIVE? ............................................................................

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Best of Four

By: Carol Ann Ellis

...g Center. Every student needs to find this out as soon as possible. What’s New When we began Best of Four five years ago, it was the intention of the ... ...work approach to teaching. In this case, students work together in smaller groups, sometimes referred to as teams. They then may be required to give p... ...ged and told me to “Get them next time.” Throughout the season, I played a new position—second base. It was difficult because I had to be ready to act... ... the moving escalator to board their flight he and my grandmother turn and wave a final good-bye. As he is going past the window, he sucks in his chee... ... he can and crosses his eyes. This makes him look like Popeye. I laugh and wave a final good-bye. As I am walking past the waiting area, I can still s... ...ities do give the band a impressive image but do not necessarily show real musical talent. T ony Phillips, a VH1 correspondent, writes on their self-t... ... the band wants to show off their clothes and good looks rather than their musical skills, which they have little of anyway. Aidin Vaziri writes on th... ...specially by the teenagers who find joy in murder. This also puts blame on American society because we are the ones who promote these types of movies ... ...known as run-on sentences. Comma spliced sentences occur when two are more groups of words, containing subject and verb parts, which are not subordina...

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