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Kabbalah for Beginners

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...nIcles .............................................................. 15 Stage one ................................................................... ........................................................................ 16 Stage Two ................................................................... .........................................................................23 Stage Three ................................................................. ...ntradicted everything his contempo- - Perhaps one of the best known Native American traditions is the Council Circle. Here, the members sit in a cir... ... persons, and even cab drivers. In Kabbalah, a giving degree is considered male and a receiving degree is considered female. Within each degree ther... ...ered female. Within each degree there are states in which it is acting as male or as female; hence, we sometimes refer to a certain degree as male,... ...h. The only two exceptions to this rule are the Crer r ator, who is always male, being the source, and Creation, which is always female, since she re... ...couples, whose numbers have been declining for decades as a proportion of American households, have finally slipped into a minority, according to an... ...o the New England Journal of Medicine, “Annu- - ally, more than 46 million Americans, ages 15-54, suffer from depressive episodes.” And the Archives ...

...ued the ways of many great Kabbalists throughout the generations before them. The goal of this book is to assist individuals in confronting the first stages of the spiritual realm. This unique method of study, which encourages sharing this wisdom with others, not only helps overcome the trials and tribulations of everyday life, but initiates a process in which individuals ...

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In the Eye of the Beholder

By: By Sharon E. Cathcart

... end, I thank my husband Jeffrey Cathcart, my dear friend Tom Westlake, and actors Gerard Butler and Earl Carpenter for inspiration. I am also grat... ...bers to prepare for the night’s performance. Overhead, I heard a beautiful male voice singing. This was not the first time: probably one of the 4... ...owers over the beasts. I finished my toilette by making up my face for the stage. The footlights required extra enhancements so that the performer... ...cs a month. I could not even hold the bank account in my name as long as a male relative was available to manage the funds for me. It was a generou... ... opportunity to consider further, though, as it was now my time to take the stage. As promised in the note, Cesare performed beautifully. I did not ... ...mud tail.” Christine Daae, now the Comtesse de Chagny, had unmasked him on stage, revealing a face reputed to be so scarred and hideous that women ... ...y favorite recipes for madeleines and cheese crisps, and had Russian tea and American coffee on offer. The ladies came to the first one in droves, a... ...was grateful for the black weeds that held off potential suitors. I had no male guardian, and so was considered ripe spoils for the taking. It se...

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And Gulliver Returns Book V : My Visit to Singaling

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

... ....................................................... 30 TRADITION AND MALE POWER ................................................................... ...e on the lower end of the scale to voluntarily undergo sterilization. For males or females with no children for every point on the IQ scale that a ... ...st its role as the scientific and intellectual leader of the world. As an American I am greatly saddened, but as a citizen of the world and of the co... ...ed that the major medical researching country had had its tires shot out. American researchers and other medical leaders streamed into southeast Asia... ...ligent Barak Obama was not enough to keep all of the intelligentsia. The American depression had sapped its economy of the necessary funds for rese... ...ing jobs to become barefoot and pregnant in the kitchen. Marriage for the male university graduates was more likely to be with less educated women. ... ...rities. If people want to pretend they are other people in films or on the stage, if they want to kick a ball, throw a ball through a hoop or run fas... ...of dollars and to accord celebrity status to people playing ball games or actors who are only pretending to be somebody else. Why is it in the West ... ... to make money by entertaining others. But that‟s not us. Pro athletes and actors should be paid less here than janitors because their contributions ...

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Narcissism Book of Quotes

By: Sam Vaknin

...s coupled with rage when frustrated, contradicted, or confronted. Summarised from: American Psychiatric Association (2000). Diagnostic and Stat... ... Manual of Mental Disorders, fourth edition, text revision (DSM-IV-TR). Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association. Malignant Self Love – Narc... ...y remember that. Any 'feelings' or emotions shown are like those put on by an actor on stage. They look good, but are only an act." "The person wit... ...ties. And when they withdraw the 'caring' and the 'loving' and start on the devaluation stage, then the contrast is so appalling that we are wrecked... ..., then the contrast is so appalling that we are wrecked, unable to understand (at this stage most of us had never heard of NPD) so naturally we thou... ...xed at what he was angry about. When I finally asked him, he turned to me with the most malevolent glare, and said: 'YOU! You are what is wrong with... ....htm "David: Are the behaviours exhibited by females the same or similar to those of male narcissists? Vaknin: Largely, yes. The behaviours are i... ...s will tend to abuse 'outside the family' (neighbours, friends, colleagues, employees). Male narcissists tend to abuse 'inside the family' (mainly t... ...o the prevailing ethos of capitalism. Social thinkers like Lasch speculated that modern American culture – a narcissistic, self-centred one – increa...

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Redgauntlet

By: Sir Walter Scott

...disconsolate tone in which you bade me farewell at Noble House, [The first stage on the road from Edinburgh to Dumfries via Moffat.] and mounted your ... ...s, and bread eaten in secret. There was no mistaking the profession of the male and female, who were partners with Benjie in these merry do- ings. The... ... in a man’s hat, a blue coat, which seemed also to have been an article of male ap- parel, and a red petticoat. She was cleaner, in person and in clot... ...rance of the old woman whom the laird had termed Mabel; Cristal Nixon, his male attendant; and the young person who had said grace to us when I supped... ...I NARRATIVE The advantage of laying before the reader, in the words of the actors themselves, the adventures which we must other- wise have narrated i... ...hough many accused him of conceit in presuming to undertake, at this early stage of his practice, a case of considerable difficulty. But Alan, notwith... ... it as an idle tale. I little thought how nearly I was inter- ested in the actors of a scene so daring. How could you have courage to go through with ... ..., or that caprice which so of- ten tempts painters and musicians and great actors, in the phrase of the latter, to walk through their part, instead of... ...ght is by no means an improb- able fiction. Shortly after the close of the American war, Sir James Graham of Netherby constructed a dam-dyke, or cauld...

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The Religious Dimension

By: Donald Broadribb

..., University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, 1953. The Spiritual Legacy of The American Indian, by Joseph Epes Brown. © 1982 by Joseph Epes Brown. Reprint... ..., New York, 1972. The paper by Paul Radin “The Religious Experiences of an American Indian” was published in Eranos 18-1950, © Eranos Foundation, Asco... ...ological Mechanism In Mysticism Contrasting Viewpoints A Chorus Of Powers: American Indian Belief 176 Orenda Deity And Pantheon Time, Space, Direction... ...ft me with a sense of coldness, making me feel a total outsider watching a stage play without a beginning, middle or end, in which I could only be par... ...but it could as easily have been a New Guinea shaman telling her about the malevolent spirit of her dead grandfather. Or a Christian priest warning he... ..., and contributed to the remainder of the book as well, throughout all its stages of preparation. The Conclusion is in many ways a summary of what has... ...us cultures developed the early Hebrew reli- gious culture. In its initial stages Hebrew religious culture was organized along clan and village/city l... ...a role for women proved difficult. Buddhism was a child of its times, when male domination was even more prevalent and taken for granted than now. Ver... ...lace in the religious system determine their social status? The origins of male dominance are lost in the mists of time, proposed explanations are mer...

...What Is Religion? 1Buddhism 16Christianity 59Mysticism 118A Chorus Of Powers: American Indian Belief 176The Sacred Land: Australian Aboriginal Religion 238Conclusion 277References 293The Collected Works Of Carl Jung 299...

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And Gulliver Returns Book III : A Visit to Kino

By: Bob Oconnor

...or strawberries. 9 ―World cotton prices have never been lower but American cotton farmers earn nearly twice as much for their crops because... ...about 80% of all of the subsidies. I‘ve rambled on, but I wanted to set the stage of your approach to farming.‖ —―As in all countries, when suf... ...fe by the Chinese or the realities of the ill-conceived war in Iraq for the Americans and British—it doesn‟t take long for the truth to be known. The... ... price of their exports up. The Chinese yuppies are following the American way of pursuing money and the things it can bring—less free time... ...to eliminate them. For example, China has 320 million smokers. 90% of adult males smoke. That‘s about twice the world‘s rate. Smoking now accounts fo... ...hat the developing body may be susceptible to different toxins at different stages of development. In animal studies, alcohol damages an embryo withi... ...he people. Whether we look at the ancient Athenians‘ democracy only for the male citizens, or the thinkers of the Enlightenment who envisioned a broa... ...sulted from reducing the population in China. First there is the excess of males to females. Then there is the graying of the population. But whatev... ...ants, and Tibetan literature. We merely read their work. Our work, at this stage of our development is in those hard sciences that may make life on e...

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And Gulliver Returns Book IV : A Look at Our Human Values

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

...s losing one‘s job. Sex makes us happier, as does enjoying one‘s job. The Americans, who spend much more time working are much higher on the happine... ...ed at home, in your neighborhood or in school is the truth, divine truth. Americans eat with their forks in their right hands, Europeans with the for... ...ies ate their meals together. She was appalled by the poor manners of the American students. Her mother had taught her good table manners at home, r... ...saying one thing while doing something different? Why don‘t more American males wear condoms if they are going to have sex. ―Look at the risin... ...ier church council seriously debated whether females even had souls. If a male fetus younger than four weeks old is aborted, was it a human life? ... ... come from valid basic assumptions. But, as with the case of the Taliban, male supremacy reduced women and non-believers to a nearly non-human status... ...hange. The situations change. The rationalizations for the actions of the actors change. It is in the reporting of the actions, actors and oratory t... ...ions and the doctors who perform them.‖ —―The church regards early-stage embryos as human lives, not to be used or destroyed. It maintains th... ...Various points during fetal development have been suggested as significant stages at which simple biology gives way to full personhood. The U.S. Supr...

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The Path of Splitness

By: Indrek Pringi

...e should he penetrate and split? Everythingness or Nothingness? He lost his male aggressiveness and confidence. As a result of his indecisiveness,... ...ch he could split all over again. In case you haven’t noticed; the Energy of male Impetus likes to penetrate things… and then go around and come ba... ... fast-slow, far-near, forward-back, degeneration, re-composition, life-death, male-female, in-out, positive polarity- negative polarity. The ... ... born. The four mathematical symbols of: 0-1-2-3 represents the four organic stages of development which our Universe went through in order to get ... ...olution. Its brain grew so large that the growth of the fetus split into two stages. 1 st Stage; Inside the womb 2 nd Stage; Outside... ...owly outside the womb. Its evolution of imbalanced splitting reached the stage where it was split at birth; split off from the safety of its wo... ...ew lions? When there were millions of grazing animals? Why didn’t the North American natives colonize the land where millions of bison lived? It ... ...hapter Three: Summary of Hominid-Human development 205 The earliest North American cultures invented bone-tools and flint tools by themselves. B... ...plitting with crude stones as the first form of stone technology. After North American humans began splitting Mammoth-bones: did they start evolving...

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Yellow on the Outside, Shame on the inside : Asian Culture Revealed

By: Chi, Anson

...ually comprised of minorities, not Caucasian. And as everyone knows, Native Americans were here first when they massively outnumbered early European... ...ucasians in America have mixed — blood: Jewish blood, Spanish blood, Native American blood, and even African blood. Also, don't you find it ironic t... ...d since we're the minorities, we've been emblematically segregated as Asian Americans, African Americans, and even Jewish Americans, but the strange... ...hrow a baby off a cliff if it's a girl, only stopping until they conceive a male. In Asian culture, the first son is like winning a biological lotter... ...al. The main reason, obviously, is to get attention, hopefully attracting a male with a strong moral character and benevolent disposition yeah right!... ... Our waiter, also not Japanese even though he's wearing a traditional Jinbei male — kimono brings out a huge sushi boat, full of an assortment of del... ...od. Most people think of Hollywood as the movie capital of the world, where actors and actresses flow like water from a fountain. That's true, for th... ... Gabriel taps me hard on my left shoulder and points to a go-go dancer up on stage near the mezzanine. She is definitely gorgeous, amplified by the f... ...k around and see a voluptuous Vietnamese girl dancing by herself next to the stage. I walk up to her and say Hello. She stares me right in the eyes, ...

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Terrorists and Freedom Fighters

By: Sam Vaknin

...andsome world media coverage) and kidnapping for ransom (like the kidnapping of the American Protestant Missionary Ellen Stone - quite a mysterious ... ...urrent nightmare than the numerable German Reichs and Serbia erupted upon the world stage no less frequently and regularly than its northern equival... ...population. The Ustashas committed their deeds in a bestial manner not only against males of conscript age, but especially against helpless old peop... ...d with its self-important figurehead (for instance, in September 1992). Successive American administrations funnelled money into the province and w... ...arxist-Leninist" KLA or its self-appointed government) unequivocally. At a certain stage, he even accused Fatos Nano, his rival and the Prime Minis... ... was all but ignored in these events. Rugova was not. He was often consulted by the American negotiators and treated like a head of state. The messa... ...virtuous ideals of democracy and the harsh constraints of realpolitik. At this stage and with elections looming, Hashim Thaci sounds conciliato... ...ion and self-worth was attained through defiance. By relegating them to the role of malevolent heretics, the Orthodox made the sins of the Catholics... ...the majority of the population, purges and back-breaking labour further diminished male life expectancy. As a result of this tragic and brutal hist...

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Encyclopedia of Home Remedies for Better Life

By: Dr Izharul Hasan

... etc will curb his cravings which might increase the urge for drinking in the stages immediately after the treatment. ... ... more than 4.1 million people in the United States. It afflicts 10 percent of Americans over 65 years of age and as many as 50 percent of those over... ... similar to what might be expected from simple old age, at least in the early stages. However, the severity of these symptoms is much more, and this ... ...g to a report published in the October 22, 1977 edition of the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), Ginkgo biloba extract can stabiliz... ...d obsessive-compulsive tendencies. The latter may affect as many as 7 million Americans. Home remedies for anxiety offer the best approach to comple... ...Pineapple/Ananas comosus • Enzyme found in pineapple stem, helps resolve late stages of inflam- mation, speeding healing and reducing the potential ... ...ns there are some very powerful home remedies for cystitis. Urethritis in the male is most often contracted as a result of sexual contact. Many condi... ... lung and kidney function. Increases blood flow to brain, heart. • Increases male potency, female vitality. Improves appetite and sleep. 4. Ginseng... ... obesity and depression are also definite causes. Additionally, a reduction in male hormones, rise in male infertility and a global decrease in sperm...

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Listen with Your Heart

By: Barbara Scott

...than all her begging. If the great Daniel Connolly did not appear upon his stage tonight, his audience would clamor for a refund. And the shame of... ... so loud until it all but drowned out the haunting voice that rose from the stage. Morgan brushed and folded her father’s costume and lay it in the ... ...d the letter deep into her pocket and hurried from the room. High above the stage, amid the riggings and the cables, she found a perch on the catwal... ...ing as he crashed against it. “No, Daniel! It’s not...” she heard another male voice call out. “Don’t stop him. Let him save her. It may be jus... ...bout making the arrangements already. We believe if you were married to an American citizen— “ He exploded. “Married? You must be mad. I’ve bar... ...t been?” “My name is Falkner. And I’ve been here long enough to know how Americans treat intruders.” The man was as tall as Daniel, and block s... ...y realistic look to them. At the same time, they call to mind a distinctly American spirit.” “It must have cost a fortune.” “It did. But worth ... ...to step into the role. The director and the crew were on payroll, half the actors on contract, just waitin’ for Helene. I dragged my feet cancelli... ... “Specifically, Danny, the female audience should want to identify, and the male audience should want to ravish. Morgan has the aptitude to send ev...

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Sappho's Journal

By: Paul Alexander Bartlett

...d, impressive, highly pictorial.” JOE KNOEFLER in the L.A. Times: “...an American writer gifted with...perception and sensitivity.” FRANK TANNENBA... ... of his work and literary correspondence have now been established at the American Heritage Center of the University of Wyoming, the Nettie Lee Bens... ...Heritage Center of the University of Wyoming, the Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection of the University of Texas, and the Rare Books Collect... ...was our first excursion around the whole island, in years. We sailed past Malea Point to Eresos, to Antiss, then Methymn, and round our island, back ... ...lleviate my longing. Her perfume, kisses and caresses were not the crude, male love I wanted. However, I was half in my dreams and I remembered the ... ...on and bring him back to me. P This is theatre season and the talk is of actors and acting. I like to familiarize myself with a play before attendi... ...od.” I suppose he is right. If we rely on the old writers altogether, the stage will become stale. Perhaps I can think of something for the religiou... ...o visit his sister, VOICES FROM THE PAST 74 riding all day in slow stages, to reach her hut and sleep there. I thought we would never find it... ...haraxos...no, harshness is not in keeping with a wedding. I can hear the male chorus. I hear the surf... Below us, the ocean eats at its rocks, ab...

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American Notes for General Circulation

By: Charles Dickens

...tion by Charles Dickens A publication of PSU s Electronic Classics Series American Notes for General Circulation by Charles Dickens is a publicati... ...in the document or for the file as an electronic transmission, in any way. American Notes for General Circulation by Charles Dickens , the Pennsylvan... ...ity The Pennsylvania State University is an equal opportunity University. American Notes for General Circulation by Charles Dickens PREFACE TO THE FI... ...rom its roof. In the gallery opposite to the pulpit were a little choir of male and female singers, a violoncello, and a violin. The preacher already ... ...hat all the great sights are somewhere else. If a lady take a fancy to any male passenger’s seat, the gentleman who accompanies her gives him notice o... ...there are the boughs, and trunks, and stumps of trees, in every pos sible stage of decay, decomposition, and neglect. Now you emerge for a few brief ... ...ly into her own bed chamber. In another part of the building, there was a male pa tient in bed; very much flushed and heated. ‘Well,’ said he, start... ...where there was certainly greater politeness exhibited than at most of our stage coach banquets. At about nine o’clock we arrived at the railroad stat... ...s nobody there. To my horror and amazement it is full of sleepers in every stage, shape, attitude, and variety of slumber: in the berths, on the chair...

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The Ambassadors

By: Henry James

... of “The Ambassadors,” which first appeared in twelve numbers of The North American Review (1903) and was published as a whole the same year. The situ... ... for expression of its maximum, my glim- mering story was, at the earliest stage, to have nipped the thread of connexion with the possibilities of the... ...estions that the “story,” with the omens true, as I say, puts on from this stage the authen- ticity of concrete existence. It then is, essentially—it ... ... happy luck of mere finding has little to do. The joys of finding, at this stage, are pretty well over; that quest of the subject as a whole by “match... ...“arranged for”; its first appearance was from month to month, in the North American Review during 1903, and I had been open from far back to any pleas... ...sibly a question of Mr. Waymarsh of Milrose Connecti- cut—Mr. Waymarsh the American lawyer. “Oh yes,” he replied, “my very well-known friend. He’s to ... ...hat matter, it had begun to seem to him that there must only have been the male and the female. These made two exactly, even with the individual varie... ...ut of it, with his “home,” as Strether figured the place, in the Boulevard Malesherbes; which was perhaps why, re- pairing, not to fail of justice eit... ...actual business half an hour later was with a third floor on the Boulevard Malesherbes—so much as that was definite; and the fact of the enjoyment by ...

...Excerpt: Volume I. Preface: Nothing is more easy than to state the subject of ?The Ambassadors,? which first appeared in twelve numbers of The North American Review (1903) and was published as a whole the same year. The situation involved is gathered up betimes, that is in the second chapter of Book Fifth, for the reader?s benefit, into as few words as possible-- planted ...

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In the South Seas

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

...p- tain, is it permitted to come on board?’ were the first words we heard among the islands. Canoe followed canoe till the ship swarmed with stalwart,... ... spoke no language. ‘Mais, vous savez,’ objected the fair sentimentalist; ‘Ils apprennent si vite l’Anglais!’ But to be able to speak to people is not... ...of the catch; and I think we may go beyond, and say, that if such a population could be isolated, and this mispronunciation should become the rule, it... ...there dwelt an old, melancholy, grizzled man of the name of Tari (Charlie) Coffin. He was a native of Oahu, in the Sandwich Islands; and had gone to s... ...id, is uppermost in the mind of the Marquesan. It would be strange if it were oth- erwise. The race is perhaps the handsomest extant. Six feet is abou... ...ey of Hapaa, known to readers of Herman Melville under the grotesque misspell- ing of Hapar. There are but two writers who have touched the South Seas... ...candid, almost innocent, description of a Russian man-of-war at the Marquesas; consider the disgraceful history of missions in Hawaii itself, where (i... ...tted. They must not sit on the paepae; they must not go up to it by the stair; they must not eat pork; they must not approach a boat; they must not co... ...e bell agoing in the small belfry; and the faithful, who were not very numerous, gathered to prayers. I was once present: it was the Lord’s day, and s...

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The Portrait of a Lady

By: Henry James

...ee months spent there in the spring of 1879. Like “Roderick” and like “The American,” it had been designed for publication in The Atlantic Monthly, wh... ...te history of the business—of retrac- ing and reconstructing its steps and stages. I have al- ways fondly remembered a remark that I heard fall years ... ...n short, on the consciousness of your heroine’s satellites, especially the male; make it an interest contributive only to the greater one. See, at all... ...e eigh- teenth century, it had passed into the careful keeping of a shrewd American banker, who had bought it originally because (owing to circumstanc... ... thirty years before, had brought with him, at the top of his baggage, his American physiognomy; and he had not only brought it with him, but he had k... ...ceive nothing irregular in the situation. It had become clear, at an early stage of their community, that they should never desire the same thing at t... ... had better not marry their cousins. Another is that people in an advanced stage of pulmonary disorder had better not marry at all.” The old man raise... ...ained for some days a mystery. Isabel remembered perfectly the neat little male child whose hair smelt of a delicious cos- metic and who had a bonne a... ... deplorable degree the quality known and esteemed in the appearance of fe- males as style; and that if she is dressed with great fresh- ness she wears...

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Doctor Grimshawe's Secret a Romance

By: Nathaniel Hawthorne

...the port, who followed the East and West Indian, the African and the South American trade, it was supposed that this odd philosopher was in the habit ... ... a sixpence and shakes his horse whip at him. Had the grim Doctor been an American, he might have had the vast antipathy to rank, without the trace o... ...n his infancy and youth. He was a gem of coarse texture, just hewn out. An American with a like education would more likely have gained a certain fine... ...inly were not so cautiously whispered but they occasionally did do so. The male remarks, indeed, generally died away in the throats that uttered them;... ..., that, had they been younger and prettier, they would have fared worse. A male emissary, who was ad mitted on the supposition of his being a patient... ...s which we are apt to associate with a noiseless tread and movement in the male sex. The sunshine came through the ivy and glim mered upon his great ... ...s singularly delicate) ought to have borne. Once in a long while the weary actors in the headlong drama of life must have such repose or else go mad o... ...ut a by inci dent, a slight refreshment, to enable him to pass the midway stage of life. It is an excellent thing to see the faith of a hearty Englis... ...id Redclyffe; “but it is none the less cer tain to me, that the efficient actors—those who mould the world—are the persons in whom something else is ...

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One of Our Conquerors

By: George Meredith

...downward grimace, the necessitated wrinkles of which could be stretched by malevolence to a semblance of haughty dis- gust; reminding us, through our ... ...f the un- folding of that secret was brilliant to his eyes as a scene on a stage. He refused to feel any sensible bruise on his head, with the admissi... ...nted by the shopkeeper, while the attendants climbed the ladder to up- per stages for white-waistcoat boxes, on his being; the first bird of the seaso... ... the key, this way the cupboard, of the supplies, their fuel. According to Stage directions, The Rajah and His Minister Enter a Gin-Palace.—It is to w... ... a short utterance between the nuptial two, of whom the unshamed exuberant male has found the sweet reverse in his mate, a 97 George Meredith haven o... ...g in my service an inveterate pugilist—who breaks the law from patriotism! Male or fe- male, these very respectable persons—the people your show was m... ... He thanked heaven to his wife often, that he had nothing to do with North American or South American mines and pastures or with South Africa and, gol... ...and in- structed Germans not deviously march; whom acute and ad- venturous Americans, with half a cock of the eye in passing, compassionately outstrip... ...nt of commercial matters: rivalries of Banks; Foreign and Municipal Loans, American Rails, and Argen- tine; new Companies of wholesome appearance or s...

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