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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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Love at First Stake

By: J. Morgan

...uffled giggles and probing looks. “Savy!” I recognized the voice of my best bud, Marci, and growled under my breath. I loved her like a sister, but... ... him? I’d never believed in love at first sight. That was the stuff of Hugh Grant movies. Love at First Stake 47 Real people didn’t go ga-ga a... ...linked my eyes open, shocked to see the fires burning within Donnie’s stare. Granted, I’m not the most experienced person you could find when it com... ...through the sheer lace of my bra. His teeth gently raked across the swollen bud, sending my voice singing into the flat night air. I heard the soun... ... as I draw breath, no man, be he human or Vampire, will have you.” “Donnie, granted we’re about to smack death upside the head in a few minutes, but...

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The Williams Record

By: Student Media

...nging to any college or university or soientifio institution authorized to grant de- grees as is occupied as a residence by an officer of instruction,... ... were reappointed to their present positions. Three leaves of absence wore granted; to Prof. Hardy and Prof. Clelaud for the second semester next year... ...stern series Trill be played on Marshall Field, Chicago, early , aftgmoui< Bud'^irtH bo IIWlBllft^y a m^ra it>f iM* trfab- orate entertainment given i... ...rcouib cup Satur- day afternoon follows; L. v P. Allen '08 (19 yards), 22; Grant '10 (IS yards), 20; Hnzon '08 (14 yards), 7; Geer '07 (IG yards), 6; ... ...H McCLELLAN JAMES BURCH MURRAY GERALD MYGATT CLARENCE B. OSTERHOUT VINCENT GRANT ROBERTS DAVID BURNET SCOTT WILLIAM ERNEST SLATTERY WILLIAM 13ESEXTER ... ...but was un- able to repeat his excellent .play- ing of the day before, and Bud- long won rather easily in two fiots. G-3, 6-1. Ou'Tbursday, J. I. B. L... ...irst string over again. let Shoot 2d Shoot Total L. vP. Allen '08 22 20 42 Grant '10 20 17 37 Geer '07 21 10 37 Hormer00(10yd8) 10 1.5 o.-i Chapman '0... ...areer, and ended his program with the recita- tion of three short poems by Bud- yard Kipling. Mr. Powers iiegan with a short introductory explanation ...

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Proceedings of the First International Conference on Neutrosophy, Neutrosophic Logic, Neutrosophic Set, Neutrosophic Probability and Statistics

By: Florentin Smarandache

... References: [1] Chin Kung, What is Buddhism, http://www.amtb.org.tw/e-bud/E-BUD.HTM [since Master Chin Kung is a Buddhist monk, his B... ...s a time defining hypothesis, as well as that of the relative stability do not grant to an entity the possibility to travel in a retrograde fashion (... ...tly objectively. They are all himself because humans subjectively take it for granted and firmly believe so. But, are all these pertaining to his...

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Listen with Your Heart

By: Barbara Scott

...ating he might smile on occasion. There was no hint of that in the frown he granted Daniel this morning. The frown deepened and the spark of recogn... ...foyer and I might have gathered evidence to the contrary. He wouldn’t even grant me your name. I had to rely on my faulty memory of last night—” he... ...s chest where the top of Morgan’s head might reach. “Phffft, height, I’ll grant you,” Gertie said. “But there’s more than hem length to properly f... ...ry bubbles of sound that went to his head like champagne. He took one ruby bud between his lips, tickling it with the tip of his tongue until she sq... ... less frequent. “If you accept the faith with humble submission, God will grant you the grace to understand its mysteries,” she’d hear Father Mint...

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Essays

By: Michel Eyquem de Montaigne

... occupations, idle imaginations, and unprofitable propositions. As if you grant follie what it desireth, it will no-whit be satisfied; so is wisdome... ... true seeds or roots of cruelty, of tyranny, and of treason. In youth they bud, and afterward grow to strength, and come to perfection by meanes of c... ... in courtesie, to sue unto him for the deliverie of his prisoner, which he granted; the French Nobilitie never refusing Ladies any kindnesse. Seemeth... ...le and endure. So have we nothing to doe but with paine. I will willingly grant them that it is the worst accident of our being. For I am the man th... ...hath said, Apollo heare, Loth to be heard, Goddesse of theeves, said he, Grant me to cousen, and yet just appeare, My faults in night, my frauds in... ...ten, melt, and dissolve into a kind of whey, namely, when it beginneth to bud, fearing it should turne to seed, and lose the nature of a storehouse,... ..., for their sustenance, the part and gnaw off the end whereat it wonts to bud. As for warre, which is the greatest and most glorious of all humane a... ...w and recover it selfe on old age, I earnestly advise it to do it; let it bud, blossome, and flourish if it can as Misle-toe on a dead tree. I feare... ...y. For, whereas Homer extends it untill such time as the chinne begins to bud, Plato himselfe hath noted the same for very rare, and the cause for wh...

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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 Lesser Bourgeoisie (The Middle Classes)

By: Honoré de Balzac

...the formerly belonged to the Church in memory of God, who makes all things bud and fruit in the fields and in the intellect? A few lumps of clay, left... ...sailing the household boat at the rate of five thousand francs a year. She granted to her sister-in-law fifty francs a month, explaining to her carefu... ...my son!” repeated Phellion. “I wouldn’t have you otherwise. My prayers are granted! I have a son whose honor, probity, and private and civic virtues a... ...tune has made us brother and sister. Ah! dear Flavie, the first day it was granted to me to see you—the last Sun- day in September, 1838—you were very... ...rd and stock, he hoped that the king would deign to reward his services by granting him at last the Legion of honor. T ruth compels us to say, in spit... ..., however, for three thousand five hundred francs. That demand having been granted he remarked:— “It is none too much for a rap over the knuckles; he ...

...easure, I dedicate the book to you. Ought it not to belong to you as the tithe formerly belonged to the Church in memory of God, who makes all things bud and fruit in the fields and in the intellect?...

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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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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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A Midsummer Night's Dream

By: William Shakespeare

...nger companies. Farewell, sweet playfellow: pray thou for us; And good luck grant thee thy Demetrius! Keep word, Lysander: we must starve our sight ... ...ugh to hang us all. ALL: That would hang us, every mother’s son. BOTTOM: I grant you, friends, if that you should fright the ladies out of their wit... ...n. Be as thou wast wont to be; See as thou wast wont to see: Dian’s bud o’er Cupid’s flower Hath such force and blessed power. Now, my Tit...

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Sonnets

By: William Shakespeare

...3 81: Or I shall liue your Epitaph to make . . . . . . . . . . . 84 82: I grant thou wert not married to my Muse . . . . . . . . . . . . 85 83: I ne... ... fresh ornament, And only herauld to the gaudy spring, Within thine owne bud buriest thy content, And tender chorle makst wast in niggarding: Pitt... ...ipses staine both Moone and Sunne, And loathsome canker liues in sweetest bud. All men make faults, and euen I in this, Authorizing thy trespas wit... ...acious numbers are decayde, And my sick Muse doth giue an other place. I grant (sweet loue) thy louely argument Deserues the trauaile of a worthier... ... 83 - 81: Or I shall liue your Epitaph to make Shakespeare: Sonnets 82: I grant thou wert not married to my Muse I grant thou wert not married to my ... ...etter vs’d, Where cheekes need blood, in thee it is abus’d. - 84 - 82: I grant thou wert not married to my Muse Shakespeare: Sonnets 83: I neuer sa... ... My bonds in thee are all determinate. For how do I hold thee but by thy granting, And for that ritches where is my deseruing? The cause of this f...

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Enoch Arden

By: Alfred Lord Tennyson

...hat after all these sad uncertain years, We might be still as happy as God grants To any of His creatures. Think upon it: For I am well-to-do—no kin,... ...ges with his threats of doom, And loud-lung’d Antibabylonianisms (Altho’ I grant but little music there) Went both to make your dream: but if there we... ...one other than a God! I ask’d thee, ‘Give me immortality.’ Then didst thou grant mine asking with a smile, Like wealthy men who care not how they give... ...hear.’ ‘Mock me not! mock me not! love, let us go.’ ‘No, love, no. For the bud ever breaks into bloom on the tree, And a storm never wakes on the lone...

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A Midsummer Nights Dreame

By: William Shakespeare

... Farwell sweet play- fellow, pray thou for vs, 234 And good lucke grant thee thy Demetrius. 235 Keepe word Lysander we must starue our... ...hou wast wont to be; 1587 See as thou wast wont to see. 1588 Dians bud, or Cupids flower, 1589 Hath such force and blessed power. 1590 ...

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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 Complete Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley

By: Thomas Hutchinson

...l wanderings crept, _500 Reflecting every herb and drooping bud That overhung its quietness.—’O stream! Whose source is inaccessibly pr... ...Laon? Haste! fly! drag him swiftly here! _4445 We grant thy boon.’— ‘I put no trust in ye, Swear by the Power ye dread.’—’We ... ... From his white and quivering brow. _565 Grant a little respite now: See a disenchanted nation Springs like day from... ... _120 And the islets were few Where the bud-blighted flowers of happiness grew. Our feet now, every palm, Are sanda... ...s most charitable nephews, pray That the Apostle Peter and the Saints Will grant for their sake that I long enjoy _30 Strengt... ... _25 One supplication, one desire, one hope, That he would grant a wish for his two sons, Even all that he demands in their regard— An... ... _105 Cities in their prosperity? The world’s Father Must grant a parent’s prayer against his child, Be he who asks even what men cal... ...ry dews that melt _110 Into the bosom of a frozen bud.— See where she stands! a mortal shape indued With love and life and li... ...re cankerworms abound, what wonder if its young flower was blighted in the bud? The savage criticism on his “Endymion”, which ap- peared in the “Quart...

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The Confidence- Man

By: Herman Melville

...ken old mole- skin, stretched out, an invalid, on a bare plank in the emi- grants’ quarters, eagerly clinging to life and lucre, though the one was ga... ... not to afford handles to those unblessed with the true light. For, but to grant that there was so much as a mystery about such a case, might by those... ... wise; not in vain have you suffered. That little you ask, I think, can be granted. But remember, not in a day, nor a week, nor perhaps a month, but s... ... the facts how they may, your reflections are none the less unwarrantable. Grant, for the moment, that your experiences are as you give them; in which... ...r pain nor tickle.” “T o mere reason, your case looks something piteous, I grant. But never despond; many things—the choicest—yet remain. You breathe ... ...ow one—to use presently, when wanted— from the horticultural kingdom. Some bud, lily-bud, if you please. Now, such points as the new-born man-child ha... ... are, but, likewise—now our horticultural im- age comes into play—like the bud of the lily, he contains concealed rudiments of others; that is, points... ... the baggage-room; and inside, white and virgin as the hearts of lilies in bud.” “So it is, so it is,” said the old man sadly, his attention for the f...

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Twilight in Italy

By: D. H. Lawrence

... a peasant proprietor. He is qualified as a chemist, but is unsettled, va- grant, prefers play-acting. The Signer Pietro di Paoli shrugs his shoulders... ...nes melt. I detest her, but it is no good. My heart begins to swell like a bud under the plangent rain. The last time I saw her was here, on the Garda... ...s that I cannot understand. After the cyclamens the Christmas roses are in bud. It is at this season that the cacchi are ripe on the trees in the gard... ...nd vanish away. Already the primroses are coming out, and the almond is in bud. The winter is passing away. On the mountains the fierce snow gleams ap... ...n under the olive trees, where daisies were flowering and gladioli were in bud. It was a tiny little lawn of grass in a level crevice, and sitting the...

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Arthurian Chronicles : Roman de Brut

By: Eugene Mason

...e you, repay it me. For all my guerdon I beg you and fervently I pray you, grant me to deal the first blow in the battle!’ The duke replied, ‘I grant ... ...in the hollow of his hand. The king did all according to his pleasure, and granted freely to his every need. V ery quickly, by reason of divers matter... ... after this counsel right speedily there must reign another king.” “I have granted,” answered Constant, “everything to thy hand, and have done all acc... ...lied the king, “at thy pleasure. Bring of these Picts as many as you wish. Grant them as guerdon what you deem befits. Do all which it is seemly shoul... ...rth and in solace, altogether drunken and content. Of his bounty Vortigern granted such wages, and spoke so sweetly in the ear of each, that there was...

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The Pioneers Or, The Sources of the Susquehanna a Descriptive Tale

By: James Fenimore Cooper

...t in my woods, forever. Leather-Stocking is the only other man that I have granted the same privilege to; and the time is coming when it will be of va... ... with only one cap; Old Fritz would not stay to finish the bottle; and Mr. Grant has got to put the ‘lastly’ to his sermon, yet. Even all the horses w... ...eventy to pay to five-and-forty . Monsieur Le Quoi, I am your servant. Mr. Grant,” lifting his cap, “I feel indebted to your attention. Gentlemen, I m... ... reciprocation in his mirth. The clergyman, for such was the office of Mr. Grant, mod- estly , though quite affectionately , exchanged his greetings w... ...man’s muscles were unmoved, but his quick sight scanned each movement. Mr. Grant placed his hands on the side of the sleigh, in preparation for a spri...

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