Four Decades with Studs Terkel: A Compilation of

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As quoted in The Story of Civilization : The Age of Reason Begins, 1558-1648 (1935) by Will Durant, p. 605 "And yet it moves" or "still it moves" is a comment he is alleged to have made in regard to the Earth after his recantation before the Inquisition. There is one and only one responsibility of business - to use its resources and engage in activities designed to increase its profits so long as it stays within the rules of the game.
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Beloved Greatest Quotes - Quick, Short, Medium Or Long

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Without this empathy there can be no genuine dialogue, and we as individuals and nations will remain isolated and alien, segregated and fragmented." For the only courage worth calling courage must necessarily mean that the soul passes a breaking point and does not break.” – Orthodoxy “The new school of art and thought does indeed wear an air of audacity, and breaks out everywhere into blasphemies, as if it required any courage to say a blasphemy. At length the sage addressed the King, when he saw him more composed. ``Take the freedom of a thousand captives instead,'' said Richard; ``restore so many of thy countrymen to their tents and families, and I will give the warrant instantly.
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Ponies: Webster's Quotations, Facts and Phrases

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We know the type.” “The poorer a place is the greater call there seems for oysters. There’s no need to preface it or delimit it to indicate that you’re switching from Markdown to HTML; you just use the tags. But I think we should talk more about our empathy deficit." If possible, use a permanent link or a doi. To the sage, the cure of a miserable groom, of a poor dog, and of a conquering monarch, are events of little distinction. When there is more than one author, APA style requires you to list the first six.
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Hilton: Webster's Quotations, Facts and Phrases

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My dear Kepler, what would you say of the learned here, who, replete with the pertinacity of the asp, have steadfastly refused to cast a glance through the telescope? It's the one characteristic that connects all the defendants. As a dog returneth to his vomit, so a fool returneth to his folly. British spelling, date formats, and citation style. It was caused by 19 racical terrorists who held an extremist interpretation of Salafi, in which human life is of little value.
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Frank Lloyd Wright on Architecture, Nature, and the Human

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Maria Montessori Formal education will make you a living; self-education will make you a fortune. Henry Adams A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops. It is at this point that Heathcliff leaves Wuthering Heights, after he has overheard Catherine say that it would “degrade” her to marry him. With the Saracen, this familiar intimacy was a part of his early habits; for, in the tents of the Eastern military tribes, the horse of the soldier ranks next to, and almost equal in importance with, his wife and his family; and, with the European warrior, circumstances, and indeed necessity, rendered his war-horse scarcely less than his brother-in-arms.
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Helen Exum's Cookbook

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Men strove to fortify each other in their evil opinion of the King of England, and vindicated the offence which each had taken, by putting the most severe construction upon circumstances the most trifling; and all this, perhaps, because they were conscious of an instinctive reverence for the heroic monarch, which it would require more than ordinary efforts to overcome. You are on your way to being a typing legend!
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Affirmations: Webster's Quotations, Facts and Phrases

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We are not only nature, nor are we only culture, education, and thinking. (page 94-95) One can really perceive the absurdity of the authoritarianism that claims that all these spaces belong to the educational authorities, to teachers. (This claim of ownership is not based on adulthood, since cooks, janitors, security guards, and cleaning staff are also adults but, because they are mere servers within school space, that space does not belong to them any more than it belongs to students.) It is as if learners were in the space but not with the space. (page 52) The elite naturally believe that they are better and anything else is naturally inferior.
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Keep Calm You're Only 30

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It’s hard to win a pennant, but it’s harder losing one. A note in a publication referring the reader to another passage or source. b. The title attribute of these elements may be used to provide the full or expanded form of the expression.

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Cosmetics: Webster's Quotations, Facts and Phrases

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Take this Scot, therefore, to thy keeping---the provost will deliver him to thee on this warrant.'' He hastily traced one or two lines, and gave them to the physician. ``Use him as thy bond-slave, to be disposed of as thou wilt---only, let him beware how he comes before the eyes of Richard. Take my war-axe, and dash the stone into twenty shivers;--- would each fragment be as valuable as the original gem, or would they, all collected, bear the tenth part of its estimation?'' ``That is a child's question,'' answered the Saracen; ``the fragments of such a stone would not equal the entire jewel in the degree of hundreds to one.'' ``Saracen,'' replied the Christian warrior, ``the love which a true knight binds on one only, fair and faithful, is the gem entire; the affection thou flingest among thy enslaved wives, and half-wedded slaves, is worthless, comparatively, as the sparkling shivers of the broken diamond.'' ``Now, by the Holy Cahba,' said the Emir, ``thou art a madman, who hugs his chain of iron as if it were of gold!--- Look more closely.
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The Parsons Quotation Book

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Carol Divine ... [et al.]; edited by Hilary Poole. But recollecting he had met the royal confessor in the outer pavilion, he was shrewd enough to place this temporary self-abasement to the effect of the reverend man's lesson, and suffered the King to proceed without reply. ``Yes,'' continued Richard, ``I have indeed marked the manner in which this knight does his devoir. Should I stay here like a sworn vassal of England, watching that her king's pride suffered no humiliation; or should I speed to the breach, and fight for the Cross?---To the breach, assuredly; and next to the cause of God, come the commands of my liege lady---And yet, C ur de Lion's behest---my own promise!---Nectabanus, I conjure thee once more to say, are you to conduct me far from hence?'' ``But to yonder pavilion; and since you must needs know,'' replied Nectabanus, ``the moon is glimmering on the gilded ball which crowns its roof, and which is worth a king's ransom.'' ``I can return in an instant,'' said the knight, shutting his eyes desperately to all farther consequences. ``I can hear from thence the bay of my dog, if any one approaches the standard--- I will throw myself at my lady's feet, and pray her leave to return to conclude my watch.---Here, Roswal'' (calling his hound, and throwing down his mantle by the side of the standard-spear), ``watch thou here, and let no one approach.'' The majestic dog looked in his master's face, as if to be sure that he understood his charge, then sat down beside the mantle, with ears erect and head raised, like a sentinel, understanding perfectly the purpose for which he was stationed there. ``Come now, good Nectabanus,'' said the knight, ``let us hasten to obey the commands thou hast brought.'' ``Haste he that will,'' said the dwarf, sullenly; ``thou hast not been in haste to obey my summons, nor can I walk fast enough to follow your long strides---you do not walk like a man, but bound like an ostrich in the desert.'' There were but two ways of conquering the obstinacy of Nectabanus, who, as he spoke, diminished his walk into a snail pace.
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