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  1. George Washington Carver I love to think of nature as an unlimited broadcasting station through which God speaks to us every hour, if we will only tune in. No individual has any right to come into the world and go out of it without leaving behind him distinct and legitimate reasons for having passed through it.

  2. But this did not heal the animosity; its rancor became contagious, and involved the people of the State almost to a man; nor did it end until both Clarke and Crawford were in the grave. Page 26. The history and consequences of this feud, and the two factions which grew out of it, would be the history of Georgia for more than forty years.

  3. But she talked God too much to others, ami, as she did so, she extolled God's cruelty rather than mercy, A preacher in skirts, she had an obnoxious habit of dragooning others into her own ways ami opinions a dangerous mania in anyone at any time, Yct I re-peat, she was sincere in her Mrs* Whistler was impudently sseal.

  4. Zenith, he did not know whether the police force was too large or too small, or whether it was in alliance with gambling and prostitution. He knew the means of fire-proofing buildings and the relation of insurance-rates to fire-proofing, but he did not know how many firemen there were in the city,

  5. It was known to the chroniclers, but it did not affect the writing of history. Nor did George Cavendish's _Life and Death of Thomas Wolsey_, which they likewise used for its facts.] [Footnote 7: C.H. Firth, 'Burnet as a Historian', in Clarke and Foxcroft's _Life of Gilbert Burnet_, 1907, pp. xliv, xlv.] II. The Literary Models.

  6. George Wither was its first commander, and his command did not increase his reputation either as a man of letters or a man of war. Probably the castle was never worth defending. It was isolated, and its possession, as it turned out, [Pg 18] would have helped neither side to control the movements of the other.

  7. A General History of the Robberies and Murders of the most notorious Pyrates was written in 1724, for example, or consider Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson, written in 1883. For more modern evidence, see the Pirates of the Caribbean movie franchise, whose films collectively grossed more than $3.7 billion dollars worldwide.

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