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The Zohar: Annotations to the Ashlag Commentary

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...BOUT RABBI SHIMON BAR-YOCHAI 1 In the second century CE, a single man was granted the spiritual knowledge that Kabbalists had accumulated for 3,000 ... ... at use here—cutting off, or pruning the impure forces from Malchut (rose bud). THE VOICE OF THE TURTLE DOVE: The turtle dove is a Sefira, the prope... ...ers, MAN, “questions”) should be about one thing only: for the Creator to grant us the strength necessary to ascend spiritually, to transform our de... ... world), and they shall join your Assembly.” Rabbi Shimon said, “Time was granted to him, he was granted time” (Rabbi Chiya’s time has not yet come)... ...He has put up many gates ON THE PATH TO HIM, and thanks to these gates He grants sufferers the opportunity to draw closer to him, the opportunity fo... ... SAM, Eliyahu took upon himself his role of a prosecutor, and was thereby granted an opportunity to defend Israel (one who aspires to the Creator) w...

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Tokyo to Tijuana: Gabriele Departing America

By: Steven David Justin Sills

... to admit this? No one that he had ever known had spoken of his or her loss. Granted, one could not stay comatose in innocence--the delight of pulling... ...ssed the mark as far as she was concerned. If each and every person was not granted food, shelter, and a profession by which to feel worthy (if indee... ...she couldn't see that his introducing her as if she were Helen of Troy would grant him a lot more customers. A half hour into being introduced and mem... ...neral masculine handsomeness that told a woman, that breeding with him would grant unto her beautiful babies with little or no chance of deformities--... ...ions of grandeur, but the latter so delusional to think that it was God that granted such dominion). But as she was sitting in the travel agency ready...

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The Kabbalah Experience

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...agony. When pleasure comes, we accept it as something natural and take it for granted, think- ing, “I deserve it.” When pain comes, we resent it and ... ...ves to change. We can only change if we are changed from Above. If we are not granted new attributes from Above, nothing will help; not my words and... ...everything is in the hands of the Creator (“all is foreseen and permission is granted”). This is exactly what The Rambam dealt with. One should say ... ...be used in our search for a connection with the Creator. As we are gradually granted new, greater desires, we should first gather our strength in or... ...ves. How? Through the method called “the wisdom of Kabbalah.” Nature did not grant us the power to change ourselves. That is why we need not ask Hi... ... to cross over. Just as a seed must rot completely in the ground before a new bud grows, so must our desires. The present desire must “rot” entirely...

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The Poems of Emily Dickinson

By: Martha Dickinson Bianchi

... It would suffice my prayer But just for one to stipulate, And grace would grant the pair. And so, upon this wise I prayed,— Great Spirit, give to me ... ...earned angels In scholastic skies! Low amid that glad Belles lettres Grant that we may stand, Stars, amid profound Galaxies, At that grand “R... ...mpanied with tear, Shall meet the eye of traitor In country far from here, Grant that repentance solemn May seize upon his mind, And he no consolation... ...eyes of many elves. Perhaps a squirrel may remain, My sentiments to share. Grant me, O Lord, a sunny mind, Thy windy will to bear! 110 ... ... Auburn,— Then take my flower, pray! XL SUMMER for thee grant I may be When summer days are flown! Thy music still when whippoor... ...apture she preferred, And she will tell you, sighing, The transport of the Bud. 315 CXXIV TO tell the beauty would decrease, T o state the...

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The English Mail-Coach and Joan of Arc

By: Thomas de Quincey

...h, that the lilies of France would decorate no garland for her. Flower nor bud, bell nor blossom, would ever bloom for her! * * * But stay... ...throat cut in sup- port of France; which favour accordingly was cheerfully granted to him in three great successive battles: twice by the English, viz... ...er, had long since persuaded her mind that for her no such prayer could be granted. T oo well she felt that her mission must be worked out to the end,... ...does us, and the very indig- nant admiration which, under some aspects, he grants to us. 1. Our English literature he admires with some gnashing of te... ...m the savage delight I found in laughing at T om’s Latinity that, I freely grant to M Michelet, is inimi- table. Yet, after all, it is not certain whe...

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The Duchesse de Langeais, With an Episode under the Terror, The Illustrious Gaudissart, A Passion in the Desert, And the Hidden Masterpiece

By: Honoré de Balzac

...g, with their backs against the Chateau, or spread at full length over the Bud- get, a single blow cut the thread of a fast-expiring life, and a petty... ...ctric shock through his brain. “On the faith of these happy hours that you grant me, I sleep and wake in your heart. And now today, for no reason, you... ...t she could stop at her pleasure. She had so pretty an art of revoking the grant of yesterday, she was so much in earnest in her purpose to remain tec... ... outsiders, will make for me; and at length, when our liaison is taken for granted by all the world, I shall be this woman’s mas- ter.’—Now, be frank;... ... hurt me? Why not take what I can give, when it is all that I can honestly grant? Are you not happy?” “Oh yes, I am happy when I have not a doubt left... ... carry you off to insult you, nor yet to take by force what you refused to grant of your own will to my un- worthiness. I could not stoop so low. You ...

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The Winters Tale

By: William Shakespeare

...ate: 1615 ’tis a sicknesse denying thee any thing: a death to 1616 grant this. 1617 Cam. It is fifteene yeeres since I saw my Countrey... ...dest Stocke, 1905 And make conceyue a barke of baser kinde 1906 By bud of Nobler race. This is an Art 1907 Which do’s mend Nature: change ...

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Essays of Michel de Montaigne

By: William Carew Hazilitt

...o deliver; that down to the present time I had scarcely conceived that God granted us such command over human infirmities, and had found a difficulty ... ...en all is said, I have no longer any exist- ence.” “God,” I replied, “will grant you a better one soon.” “Would it were now, my brother,” was his answ... ... the most of it, peradventure is the worst off. Monseigneur, I pray God to grant you a very long and happy life. From Paris, this 18th of June 1568. \... ... of the obligation under which I lie to serve you. Monsieur, I pray God to grant you a long and happy life. From Montaigne, this 30th April 1570. Your... ...ental, it is not to my taste to take them into account. Sir, I pray God to grant you a very happy and a very long life. From Montaigne, this 30th of A... ... these are the true seeds and roots of cruelty, tyranny, and treason; they bud and put out there, and afterwards shoot up vigor- ously, and grow to pr...

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Autobiographic Sketches Selections, Grave and Gay

By: Thomas de Quincey

...se to build. But I nipped the abominable system of ex- tortion in the very bud, by refusing to take the first step. The man could have no pretence, yo... ...t formidable enemy. Pov- erty I had rolled on, and that was not denied: he granted the poverty, but it was dependent on the barbarism of the Gombrooni... ...broadly emblazoned in the man once was latent—seen or not seen—as a vernal bud in the child. But not, therefore, is it true inversely, that all which ... ...reposed in his honor by women, and to boast of favors alleged to have been granted him, it is always fair to consider as ipso facto a tissue of falseh... ...utobiographic Sketches sician in Bath, who attended me in concert with Mr. Grant, an eminent surgeon, during the nondescript malady of the head, happe... ...ot be a thousandth part of the actual loss. Now, the statute of Queen Anne granting you a general redress, upon proof that a piracy had been committed... ...parate sphere of operation. On these considerations, even an Irishman must grant that public convenience called for the absorption of all local or pro...

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Anna Karenina

By: Leo Tolstoy, Graf

...s, interviews, appointments, dismissals, apportionment of rewards, pensions, grants, notes, the workaday round, as Alexey Alexandrovitch called it, th... .... “Parfen Denisitch now, for all he was no scholar, he died a death that God grant every one of us the like,” she said, referring to a servant who had... ...tepan Arkadyevitch, smiling more boldly. “Don’t speak, don’t say a word! God grant only that I may speak as I feel. I’m going to him.” Anna looked at ... ...d said: “Well, thank God, he took the sacrament and received absolution; God grant each one of us such a death.” Katya in just the same way, besides a... ... “But that’s not work, like the work of a peasant or a learned profession.” “Granted, but it’s work in the sense that his activity produces a result—t...

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The Poems

By: George Meredith

...: Divided not by months that intervene, But linked by all the flowers that bud between. Forever smiling thro’ its season brief, The one in glory and t... ...re, not thy past; Let them glance and glare Thro’ the air. Thou the ruin’s bud, Be not that moist rich-smelling weed With its arras-sembled brede, And... ...eed With its arras-sembled brede, And ruin-haunting stalk; Thou the ruin’s bud, Be still the rose that lights the walk, Mix thy fragrant blood With th... ...lm about her face! Witless of the enamour’ d presence, Like a dreamy lotus bud From its drowsy stem down-drooping, Gazed she in the glowing flood. Sof... ...t revulsion All her gentler self renewed, Even as icy Winter quickens With bud-opening warmth imbued. Even as a torpid brooklet, That to the night-gle... ... And thereof its likeness win, Will you so in soul’s desire: This do sages grant t’ the lyre. This is being bird and more, More than glad musician thi... ...attle-dints; Attila’s fierce body-guard, Smelling war like fire in flints. Grant them peace be fugitive! Iron-capped and iron-heeled, Each against his... ...onger, Brought us much-required backbone: Claimed of Power their dues, and granted Dues to Power in turn, when rose Mightier rovers; they that planted... ... Having sworn by Styx tremendous, for the proof of his parentage, He would grant his son’s petition, whatsoever the sign thereof. Then, rejoiced, the ...

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The French Revolution a History Volume Two

By: Thomas Carlyle

...ts perish, succinctly; and innumerable eyes be dry. Not so the Clergy. For granting even that Religion were dead; that it had died, half-centuries ago... ...ough. ’ And then, when the light is gone quite out, a National Legislature grants ‘ceremonial fu- neral!’ As good had been the natural Presbyterian Ki... ... Old Clubs, which al- ready germinated, grow and flourish; new every where bud forth. It is the sure symptom of Social Unrest: in such way, most infal... ..., more or less; and laughs at the faith of its predecessor,—most unwisely. Grant indeed that this faith in the Social Contract belongs to the stranger... ...ce, and chiefly Anacharsis and Man- kind; for now it seems to be taken for granted that one Adam is Father of us all!— Such was, in historical accurac... ...ut to meet him; with pas- sionate entreaty for yet one other hour. Bouille grants an hour. Then, at the end thereof, no Denoue or Malseigne appearing ... ...thousand there are not, now half a score, and these mostly blighted in the bud by royal Veto, that will profit or disprofit us. On the 17th of Janu- a...

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The Poetical Works of Alexander Pope Volume I.

By: George Gilfillan

...e beautiful and fantastic fancies grow suddenly out of realities, like the bud from the bough, or the fairy-seeming wing of the summer- cloud from the... ...ion in any work of man: and yet one would think the contrary was taken for granted, by the judgment com- monly passed upon poems. A critic supposes he... ... eyes Soon to obtain, and long possess the prize: The powers gave ear, and granted half his prayer, The rest, the winds dispersed in empty air. But no... ...leen.’ The goddess with a discontented air Seems to reject him, though she grants his prayer. 80 A wondrous bag with both her hands she bind... ...what justice rules the ball? Freedom and Arts together fall; Fools grant whate’er Ambition craves, And men, once ignorant, are slaves. ... ...e, and we the name, 390 And what we want in pleasure, grant in fame.’ The Queen assents, the trumpet rends the skies, And at each...

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Droll Stories Volume II : The Second Ten Tales

By: Honoré de Balzac

...l Stories – Vol. 2 hundred such tales. Change the hyperbolic title of your bud- get. You will never finish it.” These people are neither mis- anthrope... ...o to Madrid, but for the dark mistrust of Charles the Fifth, who would not grant the king’s permission to any of his subjects, nor even the members of... ...s man. Thinking that he would be able to recuperate himself for the favour granted out of his guest’s ransom, he hinted quietly to the people commissi... ...ight of him the prisoner then exclaimed— “Baron de la Ville-aux-Dames! God grant you joys like to mine! I like my jail! By’r lady, I will not judge be... ...theless, the late abbess would not allow that this was an especial favour, granted from on high, and said that God did not look so low. Here are the f... ...and crowns, not counting the work done by his vassals. You may take it for granted this castle was one of the finest, prettiest, most exquisite and mo...

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The Mystery of Edwin Drood

By: Charles Dickens

...son why it is an article of faith with the servants, handed down from race to race, that the departed Tisher was a hairdresser. The pet pupil of the N... ... is Miss Rosa Bud, of course called Rosebud; wonderfully pretty, wonderfully childish, wonderfully whimsical. An awkward interest (awkward because rom... ...n he comes of age. Miss Twinkleton, in her seminarial state of existence, has combated the romantic aspect of this destiny by affecting to shake her h... ...he announcement of the parlour-maid in chief. Miss Twinkleton, with an exemplary air of melancholy on her, turns to the sacrifice, and says, ‘You may ... ... correct,’ said Mr. Crisparkle. ‘D-r-double o-d.’ ‘Does he - or did he - read with you, sir?’ ‘Never, Mr. Neville. He comes here visiting his relation... ... he kept his eyes on the fire: ‘I might have known it sooner; she gave me the opening; but I am such an exceedingly Angular man, that it never occurre... ...ng so has awakened a new train of thought in my perplexed mind, it reasonably follows that, from the same premises, he might have foreseen the inferen... ...es were alone with the other flowers. Are blushes among the fruits of the country of the magic bean-stalk? ‘I am not dreaming,’ said Helena, smiling. ...

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Letters of Two Brides

By: Honoré de Balzac

...nge and make a park there. I have demanded from my father, in set terms, a grant of water, which can be brought thither from Maucombe. In a month I sh... ... your master, I command. You will go to the King and will ask from him the grant of my dignities and property, my office and titles. He will perhaps h... ..., never culminating in satisfaction, leaves to the soul its virginity. T o grant nothing to duty or the law, 60 Letters of Two Brides to be guided en... ... therefore in advance. Queen of my life and of my soul, oh! that you could grant me but one-thousandth part of the love I bear you! “This was the burd... ... darling, the day has come when I take up your prayer, imploring Heaven to grant you a share in my happiness. I must tell you my idea. I have a shrewd...

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The Collection of Antiquities

By: Honoré de Balzac

...beginning attempted, with M. de Polignac, to pro- test against the charter granted by Louis XVIII. This they re- garded as an ill-advised edict extort... ...y, of which the landlord would get the benefit at the expiration of leases granted in 1809. The Marquis himself knew nothing of the details of the man... ...seemed to come as a shock to the examining magistrate, M. Camusot, who had granted the warrant of arrest on Sauvager’s application, with no idea that ... ...t came to pass that Chesnel took it for 112 The Collection of Antiquities granted that the examining magistrate would be on the d’Esgrignons’ side, a... ...things are any intelligent man can guess, and you are an intelligent man.— Grant that the young man had acted imprudently, can you suppose that the si...

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The History of Henry Esmond, Esq. : A Colonel in the Service of Her Majesty Queen Anne : Written by Himself : Book One

By: William Makepeace Thackeray

... the King, which in those troublesome times his Majesty could not repay, a grant of land in the plantations of Virginia was given to the Lord Viscount... ...ou to malign her!” “Far be it from me to do so,” cried the Doctor. “Heaven grant I may be mistaken in the girl, and in you, sir, who have a truly prec...

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The Food of the Gods and How It Came to Earth

By: H. G. Wells

...so, was, it was understood, to be defrayed by Bensington, at least until a grant could be obtained. Accordingly he alternated his work in the labora- ...

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The French Revolution a History Volume Three

By: Thomas Carlyle

... ii. 391.) O brisk Dumouriez Polymetis with thy teeming head, may the gods grant it!—Polymetis, at any rate, folds his map together, and flings himsel... ...took off his hat and said: “I see nothing to suspect in this man; I am for granting him his liberty. Is that your vote?” To which all the judges answe... ...ife got access to him, was found to have human compassion; and yielded and granted ‘always;’ ‘neither did one personal enemy of Danton perish in these... ... placidity, simplicity, pious sweetness. The Convention, after debate, has granted him Legal Counsel, of his own choosing. Ad- vocate Target feels him... ...r; for yet three days of life, to prepare himself to die. The Confessor is granted; the three days and all respite are refused. There is no deliveranc... ...own of Caen, in Calvados, sees its paper-leaf of Bulletin de Caen suddenly bud, suddenly establish itself as Newspaper there; under the Editorship of ...

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The Dove in the Eagles Nest

By: Charlotte Mary Yonge

...monies were gone through, his oath of allegiance was made, investiture was granted to him by the delivery of a sword, and both he and Friedel were dub... ...y not unless my sons were heartily willing. Have I your leave to retire?” “Granted, my child, for meditation will show thee that this is too fair a lo... ...she not of Sir Kasimir’s offers?—Interest with the Romish king?—Yea, and a grant of nobility and arms to this house, so as to fill the blank in your s... ...astle is a male fief, and would return to you, but there are domains since granted that will cause intolerable trouble and strife, unless you and my p...

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Poems by Currer, Ellis, And Acton Bell (Charlotte, Emily, And Anne Bront‰)

By: Acton Bell

...e. Passive, at home, I will not pine; Thy toils, thy perils shall be mine; Grant this—and be hereafter paid By a warm heart’s devoted aid: ’Tis grante... ...rembling eagerness And sit myself unmoved. And when it pleased my pride to grant At last some rare caress, T o feel the fever of that hand My fingers ... ...un shone kindly o’er us, And flowers bloomed round our feet,— While many a bud of joy before us Unclosed its petals sweet,— An unseen work within was ... ...h first, and trace Paths for the progress of our race? It has been so; but grant me, Lord, Now to stand steadfast by Thy word! Protected by salvation’... ... “Shall I be won to hear; Dost think, fond, dreaming wretch, that I shall grant thy prayer? Or, better still, wilt melt my master’s heart with groans... ... worship where Faith cannot doubt, nor hope despair, Since my own soul can grant my prayer? Speak, God of visions, plead for me, And tell why I have c... ...ugh she be ‘a serious power’; T reacherous all the lures of Beauty, Thorny bud and poisonous flower! “Mirth is but a mad beguiling Of the golden-gifte...

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Heroes of Unknown Seas and Savage Lands

By: J. W. Buel

...terrible wounds 217- 227 CHAPTER XX. Cortez Plucks the Flower Glory out of the bud Of defeat. -- Recruiting another expedition against Mexico -- Captu... ...etimes the spectres give an omen of approaching death, as in the story told by Grant: An officer of the English Navy was pacing the deck when his sist... ..., the Khan answered them, "Since you desire your reproach and shame, let it be granted you; go and do herein after your wont." The messenger returning... ...mperial lineage of Zingis-Khan, or of one family called Boriat, which had been granted this privilege for the great valor some member had shown upon a... ...corpses that were polluting the streets, they utilized the time which was thus granted in preparing for a secret removal of their Emperor to the main ... ... from London and Paris, and as they came they brought with them favorites, and grants dispossessing the original colonists, many of whom not obtaining...

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A Reading of Life

By: George Meredith

...ent to shade its fellow shy, Where innocence, not nature, signals nay. The bud of fresh virginity awaits The wooer, and all roseate will she burst: Sh... ...od labours, Beauty’s Queen he serves. Her spacious garden and her garden’s grant She offers in reward for handsome cheer: Choice of the nymphs whose l... ...he fawned and prayed; Sagely the generous Giver circumspect, To choose for grants the egregious, his elect; And ever that imagined succour slew The so...

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On Heroes, Hero-Worship, And the Heroic in History

By: Thomas Carlyle

... buds and withers by its own laws,—too deep for our scanning. Y et it does bud and wither, and every bough and leaf of it is there, by fixed eternal l... ... revolt against spiritual sover- eignties, Popes and much else. Nay I will grant that English Puritanism, revolt against earthly sovereignties, was th... ...is yet a long way. One remark I must not omit, That royal or parliamentary grants of money are by no means the chief thing wanted! T o give our Men of... ...judge that a true Builder did it. One word, in spite of our haste, must be granted to poor Bozzy. He passes for a mean, inflated, gluttonous creature;...

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Miscellaneous Essays

By: Thomas de Quincey

... than the most faultless moss-rose amongst flow- ers, in its progress from bud to “bright consummate flower;” or, amongst human flowers, the most magn... ...htened patronage. Sint Mæcenates, non deerunt, Flacce, Marones. Consulting Grant’s “Observations on the Bills of Mortality,” (4th edition, Oxford, 166... ...h, that the lilies of France would decorate no garland for her. Flower nor bud, bell nor blossom, would ever bloom for her. But stop. What reason is t... ... throat cut in sup- port of France; which favor accordingly was cheerfully granted 59 to them in three great successive battles by the English and by... ...r, had long since persuaded her mind, that for her no such prayer could be granted. T oo well she felt that her mis- sion must be worked out to the en... ...does us, and the very indig- nant admiration which, under some aspects, he grants to us. Continued on page 81 78 ing against her, such as would not a... ... the savage delight I found in laughing at T om’s Latinity. That, I freely grant to M. Michelet, is in- imitable; else, as regards substance, it strik...

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Ten Years Later

By: Alexandre Dumas

... the part of the citizens of Blois this was a cul- pable piece of disrespect, for Monsieur was, after the king — nay, even, perhaps before the king — ... ...Monsieur was, after the king — nay, even, perhaps before the king — the greatest noble of the kingdom. In fact, God, who had granted to Louis XIV ., t... ...rl, my dear. Is that a question to put to me? I mean everybody; I mean the court- iers, the nobles; I mean the king.” “Pardon me, my good friend, but ... ... and, it might be said, inevitable, at that period. M. de Conde, on being restored to favor, had at once availed himself of all the privileges of the ... ...d the cardinal, “so much the worse! Sire, I should wish your majesty to ask of me some- thing of importance, even a sacrifice; but whatever it may be ...

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Henry Iv, Part 2 Shakespeare’S

By: William Shakespeare

...looks upon me will take me without weighing: and yet, in some respects, I grant, I cannot go: I cannot tell. Virtue is of so little regard in these c... ... to the weeping clouds And waste for churlish winter’s tyranny. HASTINGS: Grant that our hopes, yet likely of fair birth, Should be still born, and t... ... help to make the diseases, Doll: we catch of you, Doll, we catch of you; grant that, my poor virtue grant that. DOLL TEARSHEET : Yea, joy, our chai... ...a son of war is born; Whose dangerous eyes may well be charm’d asleep With grant of our most just and right desires, And true obedience, of this madne... ...f speech is utterly denied me. How I came by the crown, O God forgive; And grant it may with thee in true peace live! PRINCE HENRY : My gracious lieg...

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The Second Part of Henry the Fourth

By: William Shakespeare

...mee, will take mee without, 428 weighing: and yet, in some respects I grant, I cannot go: 429 I cannot tell. Vertue is of so little regard i... ...ouds, 563 And waste, for churlish Winters tyranny. 564 Hast. Grant that our hopes (yet likely of faire byrth) 565 Should be still- ... ... make the Diseases (Dol) we catch of you (Dol) we catch 1074 of you: Grant that, my poore Vertue, grant that. 1075 Dol. I marry, our Cha... ...’de mee. 2755 How I came by the Crowne, O heauen forgiue: 2756 And grant it may, with thee, in true peace liue. 2757 Prince. My gracio...

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Leaves of Grass : 1892 "Deathbed" Edition, Volume 9, The Reader's Library

By: Walt Whitman; Neil Azevedo, Editor

...1809 Out of May's Shows Selected Halcyon Days Fancies at Navesink Election Day, November, 1884 With Husky-Haughty Lips, O Sea! Death of General Grant Red Jacket (from Aloft) Washington's Monument, February, 1885 Of That Blithe Throat of Thine Broadway To Get the Final Lilt of Songs Old Salt Kossabone The Dead Tenor Continuities Yonnondio Life "Going Somewh...

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The French Revolution a History

By: Thomas Carlyle

... decadent age, or one fast verging that way, had our poor Louis been born. Grant also that if the French King- ship had not, by course of Nature, long... ...terest, nay of anticipation; makes their own wish clear to themselves, and grants it; or at least, grants conditional promise of it. “I fear this is a... ...wn: the Subvention Land-tax is also withdrawn; but, in its stead, there is granted, what they call a ‘Prorogation of the Second Twentieth,’—itself a k... ...y’s order; would so gladly do it without violence, will in any case do it; grants an august Sen- ate space to deliberate which method they prefer. And... ...up in her hand, “what a piece of news will be made public to-day! The King grants States-General.” Then raising her eyes to Heaven (if Campan were not... ... Old Clubs, which already germi- nated, grow and flourish; new every where bud forth. It is the sure symptom of Social Unrest: in such way, most infal... ...thousand there are not, now half a score, and these mostly blighted in the bud by royal Veto, that will profit or disprofit us. On the 17th of January... ...own of Caen, in Calvados, sees its paper-leaf of Bulletin de Caen suddenly bud, suddenly establish itself as Newspaper there; under the Editorship of ...

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Celt and Saxon

By: George Meredith

...l utterances. For him, he decided that he would have rejoiced at the news. Granting the prince a monster, however, as Mr. Adister unforcedly considere... ... on the tongue outside to a foot of the door. Arctic to freeze the boldest bud of liberty! I’ d like a French chanson from ye, Pat, to put us in tune,... ...e mother of the curses trooping over to Ireland under Strongbow, that I’ll grant you. But she reined you in when you were a real warhorse ramping and ... ...cretary’s books at the expiry of the week, which was the length of time he granted this ardent volunteer for evaporat- ing and vanishing. ‘If it relea... ...ty. He held them to be just, simply sensible terms. T rue, he spoke of the granting them as a sure method to rally all Ireland to an ardent love of th...

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Paradise Lost

By: John Milton

...bought with double smart. This knows my punisher; therefore as farr From granting hee, as I from begging peace: All hope excluded thus, behold i... ...rather to exalt Our happie state under one Head more neer United. But to grant it thee unjust, That equal over equals Monarch Reigne: Thy self... ..., and went forth among her Fruits and Flours, To visit how they prosper’d, bud and bloom, Her Nurserie; they at her coming sprung And toucht by ... ...ast 275 At Eev’n, which I bred up with tender hand From the first op’ning bud, and gave ye Names, Who now shall reare ye to the Sun, or ranke Y... ...y beseech That MOSES might report to them his will, And terror cease; he grants them thir desire, Instructed that to God is no access 1130 With...

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Hesiod the Homeric Hymns and Homerica

By: Hugh G. Evelyn White

...erica soon turn him away from these. (ll. 104-115) Hail, children of Zeus! Grant lovely song and celebrate the holy race of the deathless gods who are... ... battle that destroys men, then the goddess is at hand to give victory and grant glory readily to whom she will. Good is she also when men con- tend a... ...ictorious and escape death, and if the deathless gods who dwell on Olympus grant him to win renown, verily he shall return to his dear native land, an... ...er with glad- ness the painful contest. May the father of men and of gods (grant that splendid children may be born to him)’ (12). ((LACUNA)) (ll. 21-... ...on and Eriboea, Zeus sent forth an eagle in token that the prayer would be granted. Heracles then bade the parents call their son Aias after the eagle...

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The Best of Four

By: Carol Ann Ellis

... economically survive among the competition. Sometimes we take farmers for granted and do not think of them as an important aspect of society. What wo... ...ps prevent them from doing many of the things that other students take for granted. The Hazleton Campus Stu- dent Relations Committee is involved with... ...e campus handicap accessible. A typical student may take many things for granted. All students should imagine they are a student who is con- fined t... ...tudents. Penn State s University Park recently received a federally funded grant. With this grant the uni- versity plans to renovate the campus for st... ...ction, because it is cheap and it satisfies. Since students have a limited bud- get in college, they cannot go wrong in choosing the Yong Hao Buffet. ...

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Dombey and Son

By: Charles Dickens

..., one don’t know anything; that’s the fact. We go on taking everything for granted, and so we go on, until whatever we do, good, bad, or indifferent, ... ...d, like a great machine—that was its habit and mine—and to take it all for granted, and consider it all right. My Wednesday nights came regularly roun... ... Mrs Miff,’ says Mr Sownds with a relish, ‘she is what you may call a rose-bud.’ Mrs Miff assents with a spare nod of her mortified bonnet; but approv... ...what an extraordinary woman that is.’ Mr Feeder was willing to take it for granted. But Mr T oots shook his head, and wouldn’t hear of that being poss... ...would have me ask his pardon, I will do it, Mama. I am almost sure he will grant it now, if I ask him. May Heaven grant it to you, too, and comfort yo...

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And Gulliver Returns Book VI : Our Psychological Motivations

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

...nce from their physical and social environments; they rely on their own development and their continued growth. They do not take blessings for grante... ... ―When looking at sex and power we have two powerful, probably innate, drives. Women, traditionally through their beauty, get power over men. Granti... ...‖ 59 —―Let‘s not forget the individual using his wiles to get God to grant ... ...ult humans, was offered by Dr. Harry Overstreet. He stated that, ‗The love of a person does not imply the possession of that person. It means granti... ... their lives and having good relationships as being spiritual qualities. It made for good press coverage, and maybe opened the doors for more grant ...

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The Poetical Works of Alexander Pope

By: Gilfillan

... and pleasant images, but the freshness of the dew is not resting on every bud and blade. No shadowy forms are seen retiring amidst the glades of the ... ...ed eye; For Nature gladly gave them place, Adopted them into her race, And granted them an equal date With Andes and with Ararat.” Read, and admired, ... ...nmark’d fibre, or some varying vein: Shall only man be taken in the gross? Grant but as many sorts of mind as moss. That each from other differs, firs... ...ly is not therefore wise, His pride in reasoning, not in acting, lies. But grant that actions best discover man; Take the most strong, and sort them a... ...y mild, To make a wash, would hardly stew a child; Has even been proved to grant a lover’s prayer, And paid a tradesman once, to make him stare; Gave ... ...tress, Sick of herself through very selfishness! Atossa, cursed with every granted prayer, Childless with all her children, wants an heir. To heirs un...

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The Works of Edgar Allan Poe in Five Volumes Volume Five

By: Edgar Allan Poe

...illain, Doctor Ponnonner, in pulling me by the nose?” It will be taken for granted, no doubt, that upon hearing this speech under the circumstances, w... ...had no refer- ence to your age at the period of interment (I am willing to grant, in fact, that you are still a young man), and my illusion was to the... ...st five thousand years have elapsed since your entomb- ment, I take it for granted that your histories at that period, if not your traditions were suf... ...ast very good reason for believing it intended as a series of lyrics; but, granting the epic intention, I can say only that the work is based in an im... ...o! It has been the fashion of late days to deny Moore Imagina- tion, while granting him Fancy—a distinction originating with Coleridge—than whom no ma... ... in the swellings of the river. †The Hyacinth. 198 EA Poe And the Nelumbo bud that floats for ever‡ With Indian Cupid down the holy river— Fair flowe...

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The Kalevala the Epic Poem of Finland Translated into English

By: John Martin Crawford

...est, One’s own table is the sweetest, One’s own home, the most attractive. Grant, kind Ukko, God above me, Thou Creator, full of mercy, Grant that I a... ... I’ll gain my wished for freedom.” Lemminkainen, little heeding, Would not grant the maiden’s wishes, Would not heed her plea for mercy. Spake again t... ...r, Thou whose weapon is the lightning, Thou whose voice is borne by ether, Grant me now thy mighty fire sword, Give me here thy burning arrows, Lightn... ... Fairest maiden of the Northland. Spake the hostess of Pohyola: “Shall not grant to thee my daughter, Shall not give my lovely virgin, Till T uoni’s b... ...f ermine, For the hostess, shoes of silver, For the hero, mail of copper. “Grant O Ukko, my Creator, God of love, and truth, and justice, Grant thy bl... ...246 The Kalevala ‘Well thou knowest, ancient mother, How to make thy sweet bud blossom, How to train thy tender shootlet; Did not know where to ingraf...

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The History of Henry Esmond, Esq. : A Colonel in the Service of Her Majesty Queen Anne : Written by Himself

By: William Makepeace Thackeray

... the King, which in those troublesome times his Majesty could not repay, a grant of land in the plantations of Virginia was given to the Lord Viscount... ...ou to malign her!” “Far be it from me to do so,” cried the Doctor. “Heaven grant I may be mistaken in the girl, and in you, sir, who have a truly prec... ... of what had taken place in that only sad interview which his mistress had granted him; how she had left him with anger and almost imprecation, whose ... ...t Europe for the Virginian planta- tions, where, indeed, your family had a grant of land from King Charles the First; sent her a supply of money, the ... ...ived at its close.” 276 Henry Esmond The Commander-in-Chief could not but grant this permis- sion, nor could he take notice of Webb’s letter, though ...

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Memories and Portraits

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

... NO MY AIN HOUSE; I ken by the biggin’ o’t.” T wo recent books* one by Mr. Grant White on England, one on France by the diabolically clever Mr. Hilleb... ...is better than John Bull, but he is tarred with the English stick. For Mr. Grant White the States are the New England States and nothing more. He wond... ...untrymen un- bending to him as to a performing dog. But in the case of Mr. Grant White example were better than precept. Wyo- ming is, after all, more... ...ot always widely, but always trenchantly. Many particulars that struck Mr. Grant White, a Yankee, struck me, a Scot, no less forcibly; he and I felt o... ... And perhaps neither a court of love nor an assembly of divines would have granted their premisses or welcomed their conclusions. Conclusions, indeed,... ...es; and below and about, dearer tenfold to me! the plays themselves, those bud- gets of romance, lay tumbled one upon another. Long and often have I l...

...Excerpt: Chapter 1. The Foreigner At Home. ?This is no my ain house; I ken by the biggin? o?t.? Two recent books* one by Mr. Grant White on England, one on France by the diabolically clever Mr. Hillebrand, may well have set people thinking on the divisions of races and nations. Such thoughts should arise with particular congruity and force to inhab...

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