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The Silverado Squatters

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

...me where some young redwoods were already spiring heavenwards from the ruins of the old; for in this district all had already perished: red- woods and... ...mped, and Master Sam the legitimate successor of Mr. Ronalds. But no, noth- ing could save that man; quem deus vult perdere, prius dementat. As he cam...

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The Lady of the Lake

By: William J. Rolfe

...? What recked the Chieftain if he stood On Highland heath or Holy-Rood? He rights such wrong where it is given, If it were in the court of heaven.’ ‘S... ...h minstrelsy.” 2. Witch-elm. The broad-leaved or wych elm (Ulmus montana), indigenous to Scotland. Forked branches of the tree were used in the olden ... ...ing Al- pine, are most remarkable. The Highlanders are as zealous of their rights of sepulture as may be expected from a people whose whole laws and g... ...es Sat on the fourched tre.’ [FN#9] “The raven might also challenge his rights by the Book of St. Albans; for thus says Dame Juliana Berners: ... .... They are, like other proprietors of forests, peculiarly jealous of their rights of vert and venison. ... This jealousy was also an attribute of the ...

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Typee a Romance of the South Seas

By: Herman Melville

...r. No wonder that those who contemplated such a signal in- fraction of the rights of humanity should have sought to veil the enormity from the eyes of... ...ry disagreeable faces. Whence could they have come? That they were not the indigenous production of the region, I am firmly convinced. Indeed they see...

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The Unfettered Life of Kenyon of New Orleans

By: Steven David Justin Sills

...lace she had put it. Back then, wasn't there a belief that this family of indigenous American Indians and pseudo-animists of a Catholic nuance, this ... ...never had a home, or know what one would be like. Daughter of a slap happy indigenous wench with a whiskey bottle in one hand and a whip in the other... ...ructed punishment of a culprit not adulterated by lawyers, judges, juries, rights, and appeals. He must see it that way; but then how do I know how ...

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Eptimius Felton; Or, The Elixir of Life

By: Nathanial Hawthorne

...d having for its hero an American who goes thither to assert his inherited rights in an old manor house possessing the peculiarity of a supposed blood... ...h right there as if she had grown up out of the soil like one of the wild, indigenous flowers which she had been gazing at and handling. However that ... ...ew variations, it is true; but even here there was a close analogy, plants indigenous to America be ing substituted for cognate productions, the grow... ...t unwise: it was shrewd, sagacious; it did not appear to infringe upon the rights of mankind; but there was something left out, something unsatisfacto... ...bed after prayers! There is an Indian; there a nigger; they all have equal rights and privileges at a witch meeting. Phew! the wind blows cold up here... ...ined them again. “Do you tell me,” said he, “that the plant has been found indigenous in this country, and in your part of it? And in what locality?” ... ...ndigenous in this country, and in your part of it? And in what locality?” “Indigenous, so far as I know,” answered Septimius. “As to the locality,”—he... ... apparently slain unwittingly the only person who could have contested his rights,—the young man who had so strangely brought him the hope of unlimite...

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Plain Tales from the Hills

By: Rudyard Kipling

...avily burdened. Nafferton now began to take up “(a) The food-supply of the indigenous Pig, with a view to the improvement of its capacities as a flesh... ...coffin replied exhaustively that the exotic Pig would become merged in the indigenous type; and quoted horse-breeding statistics to prove this. The si... ...rivilege. They won it at Fontenoy, I think. Many Regiments possess special rights, such as wearing col- lars with undress uniform, or a bow of ribbon ... ... or red and white roses in their helmets on certain days of the year. Some rights are connected with regimental saints, and some with regimental succe...

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An Old Maid

By: Honoré de Balzac

...ght? Be- sides, in what way was this action, which is certainly within the rights of a man’s own will, —in what way was it contrary to the ethics of a... ...ey had hitherto belonged, whether to a foreign legion or whether they were indigenous, vegetable or animal; whether age had pulled them from the cheva...

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Roderick Hudson

By: Henry James

...as disposed to order some- thing. “You will find me eager to patronize our indigenous talent,” he said. “I am putting up a little shanty in my native ... ...on the very spot commemorated, hear- ing sympathetic anecdotes from deeply indigenous lips.” At last, as they passed, Rowland observed the mournful ph... ... and five unmarried sisters, one of whom gave ly- ceum-lectures on woman’s rights, the whole resident at Buffalo, New York—had been writing him peremp... ...d honored her by asking her to become his wife, but that poor Mary had any rights in consequence Mrs. Hudson was quite incapable of perceiving. Her se... ...ad vastly changed since the morning; his extraordinary, acute sense of his rights had been replaced by the familiar, chronic sense of his du- ties. On... ...icken crowd, had flung herself, with the magnificent movement of one whose rights were supreme, and with a loud, tremendous cry, upon the senseless ve...

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The Muse of the Department

By: Honoré de Balzac

... “little sin,” she falls in love with some so-called handsome native, some indigenous dandy, a youth who wears gloves and is supposed to ride well; bu... ...ould secure fifty performances, and six thou- sand francs for the author’s rights, if only I were to cry it up in my columns. “T o proceed:— ...

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Moby Dick; Or the Whale

By: Herman Melville

...- can whale captains, who, as a set, rather incline to the opinion that by rights the ship’s cabin belongs to them; and that it is by courtesy alone t... ...mortal in forecastle stories after death, but he was admitted into all the rights, privileges, and distinctions of a name; had as much a name indeed a... ...e stamp, even a whaleman, is the tutelary guardian of England; and by good rights, we harpooneers of Nantucket should be enrolled in the most noble or... ... at last will Mexico be to the United States? All Loose-Fish. What are the Rights of Man and the Liberties of the World but Loose-Fish? What all men’s... ... souls who hunt that ignoble Leviathan. Nippers. Strictly this word is not indigenous to the whale’s vocabulary. But as applied by whalemen, it become... ..., and gener ally expatiate. Would you, you could not compress him. By good rights he should only be treated of in imperial folio. Not to tell over aga...

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Kabbalah Revealed

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...Person’s Guide to a More Peaceful Life Copyright © 2006 by MICHAEL LAITMAN All rights reserved Published by Laitman Kabbalah Publishers www.kabbalah... ...n kept secret for two millennia. Now that the wisdom of Kabbalah, among other indigenous wisdoms, is emerging full scale, I believe no other person ... ...ss of the wisdom that our forefathers possessed, and which we have forgotten. Indigenous wisdoms are appearing today precisely because our customary... ...ues and modes of thinking. Such modes are the ancient, albeit very pertinent, indigenous wis- doms. To them, planetary consciousness is not merely an...

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Fuzzy and Neutrosophic Analysis of Periyar's Views on Untouchability

By: W. B. Vasantha Kandasamy and Florentin Smarandache

... activists, electoral violence, repressive laws that aim to curb fundamental rights, and the non-implementation of laws that safeguard Dalit rights... ... terms of caste, and of caste in terms of ritual. “Caste, that is, the ritual rights and duties it gives and imposes, and the position of the Brahmi... ...ce to the great leader Periyar who devoted his entire life to working for the rights of the subjugated people. W.B.VASANTHA KANDASAMY FLORENTIN S... ...ism. He even adds that the social and spiritual practices followed by the indigenous people were distinctly different 44 compared to the pract... ...alk on temple streets or enter caste-Hindu temples. When Dalits demand their rights to temple entry and temple property, it often results in the er... ...equal and there is no difference between anyone.” [Kudiarasu, 30-9-1928] Indigenous gods In South India, 90% of the people do not know about S... ...son why the Aryans—who migrated to our country in ancient times—degraded the indigenous native tribal people as Asuras, Rakshashas, Mlechas, Pancha... ...from the Dravidian land. In this 20 th century, the Dravidians—who are the indigenous people of this country, who are the descendants of kings wh... ... have never considered that merely due to getting the temple entry right, our indigenous people will get education or improved living standards. Eve...

... authoritarianism, police brutality, economic embargo, criminalization of activists, electoral violence, repressive laws that aim to curb fundamental rights, and the non-implementation of laws that safeguard Dalit rights. The Dalits were considered untouchable for thousands of years by the Hindu society until the Constitution of India officially abolished the practice of u...

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When Serpents Die

By: Gerrie Ferris

...enifer Ranieri Cover Art Copyright by Desert Breeze Publishing, Inc © 2009 All rights reserved. No portion of this book may be reproduced or tr... ... things down.” She gulped down the rest of her drink. “Did they read you your rights?” “No. Mather said he didn’t need to. He said they j... ..., unable to remember when she was last in the Hahira Wildlife Park. She saw enough indigenous animals on Live Oaks. Outside, the wind ripped Han... ... to fight dogs no matter how low, or how high-and-mighty. It's like in the Bill of Rights.” “It's not that. It's Maggie. She’s an animal lover. ...

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Theological Essays and Other Papers

By: Thomas de Quincey

...rons of church benefices should see them- selves suddenly denuded of their rights, and within a year or two should see these rights settling determina... ...ee how little ground it leaves upon which to hang a complaint. Everybody’s rights are secured. Whatever be the event, first of all the presentee canno... ...four it be—all the rest have none at all. Lord Aberdeen has reconciled the rights of patrons for the first time with those of all other parties intere... ...rgy thought too little of their duties, but too much of their professional rights; and if we may credit the indirect report of the contemporary litera... ... all these jurisdictions into bona fide ‘parishes,’ enjoying the ple- nary rights (as to church government) of the other parishes, and distinguished f... ...ed white was the festal color, and more especially in Palestine, where the indigenous soaps, and other cleaning materials, gave them peculiar advantag... ...der but hard knocks, ‘more kicks than halfpence,’ so long as there was any indigenous population to stand up and kick. But often it must have happened...

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The Prelude of 1805 in Thirteen Books

By: William Wordsworth

...805 DjVu Editions Copyright c 2001 by Global Language Resources, Inc. All rights reserved. Contents Book First Introduction: Childhood and School ... ...sleeping nameless in their scattered graves, That I should here assert their rights, attest Their honours, and should once for all pronounce Their ben... ...g as we did Through heights and hollows and bye spots of tales 235 Rich with indigenous produce, open ground Of fancy, happy pastures ranged at will, ... ...That scarcely had I finally resigned Book Sixth Cambridge and the Alps 93 My rights among those academic bowers When thou wert thither guided. From th... ...ell of polity or law, And nice distinctions—then on every tongue— Of natural rights and civil, and to acts Of nations, and their passing interests 205... ...eceive Gladly the highest promises, and hail As best the government of equal rights And individual worth. And hence, O friend, If at the first great ou...

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Weir of Hermiston

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

...art beat the least thing in the world; and she proceeded, by way of a corrective, to call up and dismiss a series of fancied pic- tures of the young m... ... young advocate, and essentially careless of the truth, which is the mark of the young ass; and so he talked at random. There was no particular bias, ... ...d pierced the mystery that had so long embarrassed Frank. She was conscious, even before it was carried out, even on that Sunday night when it began, ...

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In the South Seas

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

...of wise and needful restrictions. We have seen it as the organ of pater- nal government. It serves besides to enforce, in the rare case of some one wi... ...to spread un- easiness and extort confessions: so that, when a man is ailing, he shall ransack his brain for any possible offence, and send at once fo... ...signed they should be set aside. A number of consider- ations crowded on my mind; how the sort of work on which he was engaged was probably tapu in a ... ...ople plays the part of the Contagious Diseases Act; in-comers to fresh islands anxiously inquire if all be well; and syphilis, when contracted, is suc... ... little nearer outcry of the sea, a stronger glare of sunlight on the rude enclosure, and some incongruous colours of attire, the well-remembered form...

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Essays of Travel

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

...should look to see Jones, the day following, perched on a step-ladder and getting things to rights. He was always hovering round inventions like a bee... ...topics; but it was his specially to have a generous taste in eating. This was what was most indigenous in the man; it was here he was an artist; and I...

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Ann Veronica a Modern Love Story

By: H. G. Wells

...school of fiction for him was that it had rather a light way with parental rights. His instinct was in the direction of consider- ing his daughters hi... ...rtance that degrades us. While we were minding the children they stole our rights and liberties. The children made us slaves, and the men took advanta... ...rs from the land of “Looking Backward” and “News from Nowhere” than as the indigenous Londoners they were. For the most part these were detached peopl...

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Adventures in the South Seas

By: Herman Melville

...Glance at their civil and reli- gious institutions. T o their king, divine rights were paid; while for poetry, their mythology rivalled that of ancien... ...ydney. It was the same way with the cultivation of the sugar-cane, a plant indigenous to the island; peculiarly fitted to the soil and climate, and of...

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20, 000 Leagues under the Sea

By: Jules Verne

...o the Aleutian Islands, carrying with it trunks of camphor-trees and other indigenous produc- tions, and edging the waves of the ocean with the pure i... ... to disembark these ingots at the port of Vigo was depriving them of their rights. They complained at Madrid, and obtained the consent of the weak-min...

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Biographical Essays

By: Thomas de Quincey

...t has satisfactorily proved the name to be amongst those which are locally indigenous to Warwickshire. Meantime it is now ascertained that John Shaksp... ... desolate and afflicted old man; or of sisterly affection, maintaining the rights of a brother under circumstances of peril, of desertion, and consequ... ...or a person?” Resp. “I conceive Dumpkins to have been a person, having the rights of a person.” Com. “Capable, for instance, of suing and being sued?”...

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Sketches

By: Charles Dickens

...r views, or whether the parishioners, fearlessly asserting their undoubted rights, should elect an independent beadle of their own. The nomination was... ...he streets of London, but no one ever encounters them elsewhere; they seem indigenous to the soil, and to belong as exclusively to London as its own s...

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Sketches

By: Charles Dickens

...r views, or whether the parishioners, fearlessly asserting their undoubted rights, should elect an independent beadle of their own. The nomination was... ...he streets of London, but no one ever encounters them elsewhere; they seem indigenous to the soil, and to belong as exclusively to London as its own s... ... and concluded with a most glowing eulogium on pic-nics and constitutional rights. Mr. Alexander Briggs opposed the motion. He had the highest esteem ...

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Democracy in America

By: Alexis de Tocqueville

...of government, which embraced every security for their liberties and equal rights and privileges to all in the pursuit of happiness. He came as an hon... ...o changed this, that those who were then negro slaves are clothed with the rights of citizenship, including the right of suffrage. This was a politica... ...nd is the antagonist of all great political combinations that threaten the rights of minorities. It is the public opinion formed in the independent ex... ...courts, will be found sufficient 9 Tocqueville for the safety of personal rights, and for the safety of the government, and the prophetic outlook of ... ...of the seas to other lands, where the appeals of De T ocqueville for human rights and liberties have already inspired the souls of the people. Hon. Jo... ...hough the vast country which we have been describing was inhabited by many indigenous tribes, it may justly be said at the time of its discovery by Eu... ...hough the vast country which we have been describing was inhabited by many indigenous tribes, it may justly be said at the time of its discovery by Eu... ...e government of the Union wishes to transport the broken rem- nants of the indigenous population of the South to the por- tion of this country which i...

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Hulili Vol. 1 No. 1 2004

By: Shawn Malia Kanaiaupuni, Ph. D.

...cluded one editorial board member and PASE staff. We hope Hulili begins to bridge the gap between our current state of well-being and a future where indigenous Hawaiians are in their rightful place as a vibrant, thriving people....

...The Economy: A Western Tool to Achieve Our Native Goals-Robin Puanani Danner -- 7 -- Indigenous Heuristic Action Research: Bridging-Western and Indigenous Research Methodologies-Ku Kahakalau -- 19 -- Where Can We Collectively Be That Is Greater Than Where We Are Now?-Maenette K. P. Benham -- 35 -- Identity an...

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Hulili Vol. 3 No. 1 2006

By: Shawn Malia Kanaiaupuni, Ph. D.

... Hour of Remembering. 9 -- Elizabeth Kapuuwailani Lindsey-On Being Hawaiian. 19 -- Jonathan Osorio-Grounding Hawaiian Learners—and Teachers—-in Their Indigenous Identity. 27 -- Monica A. Kaimipono Kaiwi-Kaupapa Maori Research and Pakeha Social Science:-Epistemological Tensions in a Study of Maori Health. 41 -- Fiona Cram, Tim McCreanor, Linda Tuhiwai Smith,-Ray Nairn, and ...

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The Public Domain : Enclosing the Commons of the Mind

By: James Boyle

...nformation, visit www.caravanbooks.org. Copyright © 2008 by James Boyle. All rights reserved. The author has made an online version of this work avail... ...grees with my nomenclature here—and with much else besides. Activists, civil rights lawyers, bloggers, and librarians have actually done much of the h... ... for PLoS Biology with Arti Rai, “Synthetic Biology: Caught between Property Rights, the Public Domain, and the Commons.” 2 For several years now I ha... ...med citizen needs to know at least something about the environment, or civil rights, or the way the economy works. I will try my best to be fair, to e... ...an enemy of intellectual property, a dot-communist ready to end all property rights; in fact, I am a fan. It is precisely because I am a fan that I am... ...ps you led a party of adventurers into some empty land, conveniently free of indigenous peoples. Now your task is to make the society work. You have a... ...abandoned the attempt in the face of furious protest from representatives of indigenous peoples.” T om Wilkie, “Whose Gene Is It Anyway?” Inde- penden...

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Wild Apples

By: Henry David Thoreau

...n Asia, China and Japan.” We have also two or three varieties of the apple indigenous in North America. The cultivated apple-tree was first introduced... ... to be “a great resource for the wild boar.” Not only the Indian, but many indigenous insects, birds, and quadrupeds, welcomed the apple-tree to these... ... near its north- ern limit. HOW THE WILD APPLE GROWS B UT THOUGH THESE ARE INDIGENOUS, like the Indians, I doubt whether they are any hardier than tho... ..., moreover, to us walkers. We have met with them, and they are ours. These rights, long enough insisted upon, have come to be an institution in some o...

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The Crocodile

By: Fyodor Dostoyevsky

... of visiting Europe it is as well to acquaint ourselves on the spot with its indigenous inhab itants.” And with these words, taking his wife’s arm, h... ...d so on … . And as for the German, it’s my personal opinion he is within his rights, and even more so than the other side, because it was the other pa...

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Sophocles Oedipus the King Oedipus at Colonus and Antigone

By: F. Storr

... From that taut bow s gold string, Might fly abroad, the champions of our rights; Yea, and the flashing lights Of Artemis, wherewith the huntres... ... Thebes to seek me; for if ye my friends, Championed by those dread Powers indigenous, Espouse my cause; then for the State ye gain A great deliverer,... ...te and me; His favors therefore never will I spurn, But grant him the full rights of citizen; And, if it suits the stranger here to bide, I place him ... ...use I see thee wrongfully perverse. CREON And am I wrong, if I maintain my rights? HAEMON Talk not of rights; thou spurn st the due of Heaven CREON O ...

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Theological Essays and Other Papers

By: Thomas de Quincey

...rength, almost immediately travels forward into a comparison of right with rights, or of duty with duty. A mere fiscal question of restraint upon impo... ...from this or that particular quar- ter, passes into a question of colonial rights. Arrangements of convenience for the management of the pauper, or th... ...he war-captive, become the occa- sions of profound investigations into the rights of persons occupying those relations. Sanatory ordinances for the pr... ...rged powers in the magistrate with the minimum of offence to the gen- eral rights of the subject. Everywhere, in short, some question of duty and resp... ...ole race of man has a right to coerce, in the exercise of his intellectual rights, the humblest of individu- als. The rights of men are thus unspeakab... ... Christians being exterminated, and the Moslem invaders being robbed of an indigenous working population, naturally inquires what it was that led to s...

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On the Origin of Species

By: Charles Darwin

...ndigenes, for out of the 162 genera, no less than 100 genera are not there indigenous, and thus a large proportional addition is made to the genera of... ...ved the survivors; made some cells and tended the lar- vae, and put all to rights. What can be more extraor- dinary than these well-ascertained facts?... ...ended from several wild stocks; yet, with perhaps the exception of certain indigenous domestic dogs of South America, all are quite fertile together; ... ...s more eas- ily than other dogs with foxes, or that certain South American indigenous domestic dogs do not readily cross with European dogs, the expla... ...d by some European land-shells, which no doubt had some advantage over the indigenous species. From these consider- ations I think we need not greatly... ...ural history, future progress of Naturalisation of forms distinct from the indigenous species; in New Zealand Nautilus, Silurian Nectar of plants Nect...

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A Room with a View

By: E. M. Forster

...with money. He has bargained to drive us, and he is do- ing it. We have no rights over his soul.” Miss Lavish frowned. It is hard when a person you ha... ... but from London, and who mistook the Honeychurches for the remnants of an indigenous aristocracy. He was inclined to be frightened, but his wife acce...

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The Theory of the Leisure Class

By: Thorstein Veblen

... for moving with ease over the firm and open country to which the horse is indigenous. It is 98 The Theory of the Leisure Class not only with respect... ...orphism as the eighteenth-century appeal to an order of nature and natural rights, and in their modern rep- resentative, the ostensibly post-Darwinian... ... her assigned round of duties is unwomanly. If the question is as to civil rights or the suffrage, our common sense in the matter — that is to say the...

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The Egoist : A Comedy in Narrative

By: George Meredith

...uriosity. Men, it is known, have in that state cruelly been kissed; and no rights are bestowed on them, they are teased by a vapourish rapture; what h... ...to refine in a blood gone to savagery under apprehension of an invasion of rights; it is in action the tiger threatened by a rifle when his paw is rig... ... read his master a lecture: he was quite equal to a philippic upon woman’s rights. This man had not been afraid to say that he talked common sense to ... ...he thought Sir Willoughby an extraordinary man.” “Not at all; very common; indigenous,” said De Craye. “The art of cutting is one of the branches of a...

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Hawaii Business Magazine-Special Apec Edition

By: Apec Hawaii Host Committee

...tioned as a global leader in cleantech and renewable energy. All the rich indigenous resources will allow our state to quickly break free from its d... ...Plan frees Hawai‘i’s economy from fossil fuel within a decade, relying on indigenous, renewable energy sources like geothermal, wind, solar, biofue... ...tioned as a global leader in cleantech and renewable energy. All the rich indigenous resources will allow our state to quickly break free from its d... ...Plan frees Hawai‘i’s economy from fossil fuel within a decade, relying on indigenous, renewable energy sources like geothermal, wind, solar, biofue... ...nd’s Nakorn Ratchasima province. Under the agreement, MAI also holds the rights to distribute Sopogy products throughout Thailand, Cambodia, Laos ... ...rsuit of sandalwood and whale oil, and to take on fresh provisions. THE INDIGENOUS and immigrant populations who lived here learned to work toget... ...tives residing within these boundaries would receive a fair share in the rights and privileges and benefts for a self-sufcient yet comfortable life...

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Manifesto of the Communist Party

By: Karl Marx

... question for all civilised nations, by indus tries that no longer work up indigenous raw material, but raw material drawn from the remotest zones; ... ...eginning, this cannot be effected except by means of despotic inroads on the rights of property, and on the conditions of bourgeois produc tion; by m...

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The Maine Woods

By: Henry David Thoreau

...864 DjVu Editions Copyright c 2001 by Global Language Resources, Inc. All rights reserved. Based on the 1864 Ticknor & Fields edition. Contents K... ...most desirable exposure, not with the truest regard always to his neighbor’s rights. Thus we regaled ourselves, drinking meanwhile at the spring, till... ...ses, but foot paths; very little land cultivated, but an abundance of weeds, indigenous and naturalized; more introduced weeds than useful vegetables,... ... return this way to the East Branch of the Penobscot. The water now, by good rights, flowed northward, if it could be said to flow at all. After reachin... ...1853, and elsewhere, 1857 (corn spurrey),Taraxacum dens leonis — regarded as indigenous by Gray, but evidently introduced there — (common dandelion), ...

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Democracy and Education

By: John Dewey

...is Reason. Against institutions as they are, individuals have no spiritual rights; personal de- velopment, and nurture, consist in obedient assimilati... ...n that has nothing to do with the experi- enced facts of life, it is found indigenous in experience:— the factor by which past experiences are purifie... ...terest in some mode of scientific achievement; and by sensitiveness to the rights and claims of others —con- scientiousness. And while these considera... ...class of more or less organized factory laborers with recognized political rights, and who make claims for a responsible role in the control of indust... ...development of Protestantism, the times were ripe for an emphasis upon the rights and duties of the individual in achieving knowledge for himself. Thi... ...ophic interpretation of these movements would, indeed, have emphasized the rights and responsi- bilities of the individual in gaining knowledge and pe...

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Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant

By: Ulysses S. Grant

...d for “revenue only;” and tobacco, which cannot be raised in Spain, but is indigenous to Mexico, of- fered a fine instrumentality for securing this pr... ... ton demanded. His orders to the troops enjoined scrupulous regard for the rights of all peaceable persons and the pay- ment of the highest price for ... ...l Scott to ask—if not demand—an armistice, respecting church property, the rights of citizens and the supremacy of the city government in the manage- ... ...; against its aggressions upon the South; its interfer- ence with Southern rights, etc., etc. They denounced the Northerners as cowards, poltroons, ne... ...l to five Northern men in battle; that if the South would stand up for its rights the North would back down. Mr. Jefferson Davis said in a speech, del... ... the Union and for those who had just perpetrated such an outrage upon the rights of a free people. There was only one other passenger in the car besi...

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The 9/11 Commission Report Final Report of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States

By: Thomas H. Kean

...he world of religious and polit- ical pluralism, the plebiscite, and equal rights for women. It makes no dis- tinction between military and civilian t... ... for support, and fundamentalists became more prominent. South Asia had an indigenous form of Islamic fundamentalism, which had developed in the ninet... ...age 85 service, Congress concentrated its efforts on a “passenger bill of rights,” to improve capacity, efficiency, and customer satisfaction in the ... ...ensions, ending the Afghan civil war, and ameliorating the Taliban’s human rights abuses than on driving out Bin Ladin.Another key actor, Marine Gener... ...ady Hillary Rodham Clinton—both critics of the Taliban’s record on women’s rights. 86 The proposal seems to have quietly died. Within the State Depart... ...tical-military issues of where operations would be based) and securing the rights to fly over neighboring countries. 223 The draft presidential direct...

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