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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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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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To Build a Fire : And Other Stories

By: Jack London

...mplified in all life. The rise of the sap, the bursting greenness of the willow bud, the fall of the yellow leaf — in this alone was told the whole his... ...Hudson’s Bay. “Confound it, Baptiste, could n’t think of it. Not for a moment. Grant that this man is a fool and of small use in the nature of things,... ...uld hear the green things growing, the running of the sap, the bursting of the bud. And he knew the subtle speech of the things that moved, of the rab... ... experienced a pang of regret that he had not devised a nose strap of the sort Bud wore in cold snaps. Such a strap passed across the cheeks, as well,... ...rse be exposed to the ceaseless scrutiny of innumerable eyes, like his, though grant edly different, with behind them, by the same token, intelligenc...

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The Long Vacation

By: Charlotte Mary Yonge

...arewood for nothing! Jolly good larks it is to see how all of you take for granted that a fellow never knew the taste of anything but tea and milk-and... ... this dearest, loveliest one. I came here this morning hoping that she may grant me leave to try to win her to be my own.” He looked at Francie. Her h...

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The Brothers Karamazov

By: Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoevsky

...s a shady one, with old trees in it which were 121 Dostoevsky coming into bud. The first birds of spring were flitting in the branches, chirruping an... ... THE BROTHERS KARAMAZOV – Part II you more intimately . Can you, dear sir, grant me this favour?” “I can, with the greatest pleasure, and I shall ...

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The Works of Edgar Allan Poe in Five Volumes Volume Two

By: Edgar Allan Poe

...utine of his duty, has been accustomed? Do you not see he has taken it for granted that all men proceed to conceal a letter,—not exactly in a gimlet h... ...ottise, car elle a convenue au plus grand nombre.’ The mathemati- cians, I grant you, have done their best to promulgate the popu- lar error to which ... ... doing, rather 123 V olume Two than upon the basis of what we took it for granted the Deity intended him to do. If we cannot comprehend God in his vi... ...ucceeded by the sassafras and locust—these again by the softer linden, red-bud, cat- alpa, and maple—these yet again by still more graceful and more m... ...o esset exploraturi.” 229 V olume Two We will say, then, that I am mad. I grant, at least, that there are two distinct conditions of my mental existe...

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Actions and Reactions

By: Rudyard Kipling

...fat people always prophesy ruin if things don’t go exactly your way. But I grant you there will be changes.” There were. When her eggs hatched, the wa... ... What more can mortal man desire?” (The Apple Tree’s in bud.) As Adam lay a-dreaming beneath the Apple Tree, The Angel of t...

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The Sonnets of William Shakespeare

By: William Shakespeare

...47 81 Or I shall live your epitaph to make, .......................47 82 I grant thou wert not married to my Muse ..............48 83 I never saw t... ...world’s fresh ornament And only herald to the gaudy spring, Within thine own bud buriest thy content And, tender churl, makest waste in niggarding. ... ...ame! deny that thou bear’st love to any, Who for thyself art so unprovident. Grant, if thou wilt, thou art beloved of many, But that thou none lovest ... ...and eclipses stain both moon and sun, And loathsome canker lives in sweetest bud. All men make faults, and even I in this, Authorizing thy trespass wi... ... my gracious numbers are decay’d And my sick Muse doth give another place. I grant, sweet love, thy lovely argument Deserves the travail of a worthier... ...ath most breathes, even in the mouths of men. Shakespeare’s Sonnets 47 82 I grant thou wert not married to my Muse And therefore mayst without attain... ...ing; My bonds in thee are all determinate. For how do I hold thee but by thy granting? And for that riches where is my deserving? The cause of this fa...

...ies, Thyself thy foe, to thy sweet self too cruel. Thou that art now the world?s fresh ornament And only herald to the gaudy spring, Within thine own bud buriest thy content And, tender churl, makest waste in niggarding. Pity the world, or else this glutton be, To eat the world?s due, by the grave and thee....

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The Works of Aristotle

By: Aristotle

...eminal excrescence, for nature does nothing in vain; and therefore we must grant, they were made for the use of seed and procreation, and placed in th... ...roduction usually called the hymen, but in French bouton de rose, or rose- bud, because it resembles the expanded bud of a rose or a gilly flower. Fro... ...ike fibres, each of them situated in the testicles, or spaces between each bud, with which, in a manner, they are proportionately distended, and when ... ...re that it springs from the menstruous blood, but if these two things were granted, then virgins, by having their courses or through nocturnal polluti... ...ted seminal excretions; but since nature forms nothing in vain, it must be granted that they were formed for the use of the seed and procreation, and ... ...kilful and experienced woman, to know the time of labour, but takes it for granted without further inquiry (for some such there are), and so goes abou... ...ing of an ague fit, but with the heat of the whole body, though it must be granted, this does not happen always. Also, if the humours which then flow ...

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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 Varieties of Religious Experience

By: William James

...mmunion with the divine. Not only the superhuman founders, the Christ, the Bud- dha, Mahomet, but all the originators of Christian sects have been in ... ...heart; that is, I felt that God had withdrawn the commun- ion which he had granted, and I was able to walk on, but very slowly, so strongly was I stil... ...our reason work together, and great world-ruling systems, like that of the Bud- dhist or of the Catholic philosophy, may grow up. Our impulsive belief... ...aving a necklace of white agates in his hand at the time he added: “O God, grant that it may come without delay. I would readily eat up this necklace ... ...diffi- culty of tracing the marginal outline, has neverthe- less taken for granted, first, that all the conscious- ness the person now has, be the sam... ...sk nothing more from the Source whence all strength cometh, and if that is granted, your wishes will have been ac- complished.”[169] There is somethin... ... self, for all those vain oblations. In the ascetic practices which Islam, Bud- dhism, and the older Christianity encourage we see how indestructible ... ...conduct on the other are almost always the same, for Stoic, Christian, and Bud- 487 William James dhist saints are practically indistinguishable in t... ...er the better to describe my general point of view; but as I apprehend the Bud- dhistic doctrine of Karma, I agree in principle with that. All superna...

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Middlemarch

By: George Eliot

...ffective. What could she do, what ought she to do?—she, hardly more than a bud- ding woman, but yet with an active conscience and a great mental need,... ...us asked to have a medical education, it seemed easier to his guardians to grant his request by apprenticing him to a country practitioner than to mak... ...George Eliot would be more perfect if another sitting could be had, it was granted for the morrow. On the morrow Santa Clara too was retouched more th... ...en allured by the gratification of his pride in being the person who could grant Naumann such an opportunity of studying her loveliness—or rather her ... ...ehood—unless she had been pale and fea- ture less and taken everything for granted. “I think it was you who were first hasty in your false suppo- siti... ...uld allow. Her little hands were clasped, and enclosed by Sir James’s as a bud is enfolded by a liberal calyx. “It is very shocking that Mr. Casaubon ... ... this kind cannot fairly fetter me as you appear to expect that it should. Granted that a benefactor’s wishes may constitute a claim; there must alway...

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Paradise Lost

By: John Milton

...ion bought with double smart. This knows my punisher; therefore as farr From granting hee, as I from begging peace: All hope excluded thus, behold in ... ...nt 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 tho... ...se, 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 her ... ...nd my last 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 Your ... ... they beseech That MOSES might report to them his will, And terror cease; he grants them thir desire, Instructed that to God is no access Without Medi...

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War and Peace

By: Leo Tolstoy, Graf

... how is it you don’t understand that the Holy Father, who has the right to grant dispensations…” Just then the lady companion who lived with Helene ca... ...s arm. “Y ou have saved my life! Y ou are French. Y ou ask his par- don? I grant it you. Lead that man away!” said he quickly and 104 War and Peace –...

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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 Collected Poems

By: William Butler Yeats

...omes with sleep, Shudder that made them one. What else He give or keep God grant me — no, not here, For I am not so bold To hope a thing so dear Now I... ...ould carry it away to blasphemous men. A PRAYER ON GOING INTO MY HOUSE GOD grant a blessing on this tower and cottage And on my heirs, if all remain u... ...able or chair or stool not simple enough For shepherd lads in Galilee; and grant That I myself for portions of the year May handle nothing and set eye... ...myself to college? He. Go pluck Athene by the hair; For what mere book can grant a knowledge With an impassioned gravity Appropriate to that beating b... ...en come out again And spread on every side, And shake the blossom from the bud To be the garden’s pride.’ ‘But where can we draw water,’ Said Pearse t... ... to a frenzied drum, Out of the murderous innocence of the sea. May she be granted beauty and yet not Beauty to make a stranger’s eye distraught, Or h...

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The Noble Qur'An

By: Rev. J. M. Rodwell

...ore drive you out of the garden, and ye become wretched; For to thee is it granted that thou shalt not hunger therein, neither shalt thou be naked; Bu... ...c. 208. 10 Lit. except. 11 Lit. a tongue of truth, i.e. high repute. Or, grant that my words may be believed among posterity. See [lviii.] xix. 47. ... ...sun and the moon, each moving swiftly in its sphere. At no time 5 have we granted to man a life that shall last for ever: if thou then die, shall the... ...him not in speech. 5 Lit. before thee, which might seem to imply that the grant of immortality had been made to Muhammad. I have there- fore rendered... ...ous signs? When the youths betook them to the cave they said, “O our Lord! grant us mercy from before thee, and order for us our affair aright.” Then ...

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War and Peace

By: Leo Tolstoy, Graf

...efore Monsieur Buonaparte, and Monsieur Buonaparte sitting on a throne and granting the petitions of the nations? Adorable! It is enough to make one’s... ...l think of how he rose from an ensign and became Emperor. W ell, well, God grant it,” he added, not notic- ing his visitor’s sarcastic smile. The elde... ...I couldn’t possibly do it.” “Ah, my love,” answered Anna Mikhaylovna, “God grant you never know what it is to be left a widow with- out means and with... ...he was simply looking at him. “There is one thing I constantly pray God to grant, mon cousin,” she replied, “and it is that He would be merciful to hi... ...rstand that in consideration of the count’s services, his request would be granted?...” The princess smiled as people do who think they know more abou...

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The Golden Bowl

By: Henry James

...enquiring, of possibly interested, visitors. I had accord ingly taken for granted the common decencies of such a case—the responsible glance of some ... ... and aspired to a clearer air. What it comes back to, for the maturer mind—granting of course, to begin with, a mind accessible to questions of such a... ... he had amended with a further thought, “see too little.” But he had quite granted that he knew what she meant, and his warning perhaps was needless. ... ... was going to happen, and what, at the worst, could the poor girl do, even granting she wanted to do anything? What at the worst for that matter could... ...is only real loss in a thrifty career—scarce even amused; he took them for granted without horror, classifying them after their kind and calculating r... ...hat can—from the moment that, as appears, they don’t want to nip us in the bud? I can imagine their rushing up to prevent us. But an enthusiasm for us...

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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

...ice is the Federal Bureau of Investigation.The FBI does not have a general grant of authority but instead works under specific statutory authorization... ...ern languages or Islamic studies.The total number of undergraduate degrees granted in Arabic in all U.S. colleges and universities in 2002 was six. 80... ...dget either in the Congress or in the president’s Office of Management and Bud- get. Like the FBI and the CIA’s Directorate of Operations, the State D... ...rter- rorism funding—were made in the president’s Office of Management and Bud- get. 108 Third, Congress did not reorganize itself after the end of th... ... for Bin Ladin. Clarke opposed having the United States facilitate a “huge grant to a regime as heinous as the Taliban” and suggested that the idea mi... ...p near Khowst with cruise missiles in August 1998, and before the T aliban granted al Qaeda permission to open the al Faruq camp in Kandahar.Thus, for... ...om Afghanistan.The leader of the Northern Alliance,Ahmed Shah Massoud, had granted an interview in his bun- galow near the Tajikistan border with two ...

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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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