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Words to Wright By

By: Robin Bayne

...o the region and never moved back. She holds an interdisciplinary degree in English, history and drama and a law degree from the University of Richmo... ...arden, FL.. She also plans travel for the Lake Highland Prep School Academy Singers of Orlando and writes creative entertainment programs for Family ... ..., teaches piano on the side, and lives with her husband, three sons, and two male cats in Southeastern Lower Michigan. W ebsite: http://www.jilleileen...

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Kabbalah for the Student

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...builders and built palaces of pleasure. He gathered all the musicians and singers and built him concert halls, and called the finest bakers and chef... ...nd built palaces of pleasure for him, collected all the musicians and the singers and built him concert halls. He assembled the best chefs and baker... ... feel the beauty of the buildings; and he was deaf and could not hear the singers. Sadly, he was diabetic, and was permitted to eat only coarse-flou... ... its gender according to its functionality at that time: active/giving is male, and passive/receiving is female. 5 7 0 K a b b a ... ...hina that remained in each Masach, prompted the elicitation of two levels—male and female—in the heads of all the Partzufim: beginning in AB de AK, ... ...tkalelut (mingling/integration) is called Hitkalelut of the female in the male, since the Reshimo de Aviut from Behina Gimel is called “female,” as ... ... v i a T i o n s (Because the acronyms are of Hebrew words, the letters in English may not match the words they represent) AA Arich Anpin AB HaVaYaH ... ...per produced and disseminated by Bnei Baruch in many languages, including English, Hebrew, Spanish, and Russian. It is apolitical, non-commercial, a... ...Toronto, Canada, London, England, and Sydney, Australia. It is printed in English, Hebrew, and Russian, and is also available on the Internet, at www...

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In the Eye of the Beholder

By: By Sharon E. Cathcart

...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... ...d never received flowers in my room; that was always for the chorus girls or singers. I was merely the horse woman and not sought after by admirers,... ...many different countries and could converse passably in German, Italian and English by the time I returned to Baincthuin. By the same token, I loved... ...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... ... am what Francois always called an overeducated chit,” I laughed. “I speak English fairly well.” I did not point out that, no matter where we went,... ...e, you’ll not be destitute,” he explained). We worked daily on improving my English by reading Shakespeare’s works, and even began to teach Gilbert.... ...ed the nightclubs of Monmartre. I had never been to a follies and seen the singers and dancers there. Again, no one seemed at all shocked at a wom... ...arden for the opera on Christmas Eve. It’s a mixed program, and one of the singers is from France. She thought that you might enjoy it.” She drop... ...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 ................................................................... ...lectric trains took the shovels from the coal shoveling firemen on the old English trains. And how many years was it before the British government wa... ...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 ... ...he legal age through disability and other such loopholes. Over a third of Englishmen and over a quarter of Dutchmen have also taken such early retir... ...t one robot. Among other things they teach the children math, science and English. We use their robotics technology extensively.” —“Korea l... ...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. ... ...tial. Salaries here are pretty much performance based. As we said earlier, singers, actors and professional athletes are paid little. They are superf...

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Essays

By: Michel Eyquem de Montaigne

...ing foster-father, having transported it from France to England; put it in English clothes; taught it to talke our tongue (though many-times with a j... ...e your other servants: it may not onely serve you two, to repeate in true English what you reade in fine French, but many thousands more, to tell th... ...aigne's Essays norable, Lucie Countesse of Bedford. Relucent lustre of our English Dames, In one comprising all most priz'de of all, Whom Ve... ...he stone over the head of Tantalus:' Our lawes doe often condemne and send malefactors to be executed in the same place where the crime was committed... ...you enjoy it longer? -- cur amplius addere quæris Rursum quod percat male, et ingratum occidat omne? -- LUCRET. 1. iii. 985. Why seeke you mor... ...the first day of his birth. Where fathers have the charge to punish their male children, and mothers only maidchildren, and whose punishment is to h... ...him, that it is a custome of popular or base men to call for minstrels or singers at feasts, and an argument they want witty or good discourses and p...

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Far from the Madding Crowd

By: Thomas Hardy

... observed by persons who go about the shires with eyes for beauty, that in Englishwoman a classically formed face is seldom found to be united with a ... ...been vanity if a little more pronounced, dignity if a little less. Rays of male vision seem to have a tickling effect upon virgin faces in rural distr... ...al in age, and her face was a prominent advertisement of the light hearted English country girl. The beauty her features might have lacked in form was... ... up at the same time after the shepherd’s menace, and though he understood English but imperfectly, began to growl. ‘Now, don’t ye take on so, shepher... ...rhaps, that ac cident has never settled it for them. Nevertheless, that a male dissembler who by deluging her with untenable fictions charms the femal... ...rge tent there were two small dressing tents. One of these, alloted to the male performers, was partitioned into halves by a cloth; and in one of the ... ...urchyard, Bathsheba heard singing inside the church, and she knew that the singers were practising. She crossed the road, opened the gate, and entered... ...ill: remember not past years. ‘I was,’ said Gabriel. ‘I am one of the bass singers, you know. I have sung bass for several months. ‘Indeed: I wasn’t a...

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Don Quixote

By: Miquel de Cervantes

...ing student publication project to bring classical works of literature, in English, to free and easy access of those wishing to make use of them. Cove... ...s no anachronism in his language; he put the Spanish of Cervantes into the English of Shakespeare. Shakespeare himself most likely knew the book; he m... ...or even a moder- ate popularity for Shelton was vain. His fine old crusted English would, no doubt, be relished by a minority, but it would be only by... ...o; and letting off thirty “ohs,” and sixty sighs, and a hundred and twenty maledictions and execrations on whomsoever it was that had brought him ther... ...ot even dismount; and so from the back of his horse he began to utter such maledictions and objurgations against those who were blanketing Sancho as i... ...musician and a singer.” “What!” said Don Quixote, “for being musicians and singers are people sent to the galleys too?” 161 Cervantes – Ormsby’s 1922... ...ear of being heard or seen, then I broke silence and lifted up my voice in maledictions upon Luscinda and Don Fernando, as if I could thus avenge the ...

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Plutarchs Lives Volume Two

By: Hugh Clough

...ing student publication project to bring classical works of literature, in English, to free and easy access of those wishing to make use of them. Cove... ...al comes, the husband, who is either consul or praetor; and with him every male creature, quits the house. The wife then taking it under her care, set... ...nal, a great multitude of people flocked together, and with loud cries and maledictions reviled him, and threw stones at him. Those that were about th... ... watercourse near Pellene and Mount T aygetus, and as far as the cities of Malea and Sellasia, into four thousand five hundred lots, the remainder int... ...ot pure white, but mingled with purple. Hymns were sung to the harp by the singers of the feasts of Bacchus; the procession was led up by the presiden...

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Fire and für : The Last Sorcerer Dragony

By: Roger C. Schlobin

...UTOBIOGRAPHY Roger C. Schlobin is a Visiting Assistant Professor of English at East Carolina University and Professor Emeritus of Purdue Unive... ...reening her fading bronze scales with her tail and foolishly ogling every male in the place; Ao Jun, fascinated with everything and knowing nothing, ... ... scars that marked his chest and neck. Mumblings of praise rose from the male dragonettes. He led them in the elaborate, mental war games that sen... ...?" "Challenge?" Suddenly, one sound began to dominate. It was the young males, chanting: "THE SUN, THE SUN, WE WANT THE SUN." Over and over again... ... of the magic makers, the spellbinders, the star trippers, the poets, the singers. Once read, once heard, they haunt, dreams in the mist. Their ec...

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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 ... ...nce. The Universal symbols of Birth and Infinity are semantically correct in English, and in Mathematics, and in Gender. When you use logic organi... ...gration from the Portuguese to the Spanish to the Africans to the Dutch to the English is matched with a tectonic plate arriving in the exact same hi... ...ved in the exact same locations where the first Portuguese, Spanish Dutch and English colonies were founded. This is definitely not a coincidence… ... ...; that features ordinary people trying to mimic-duplicate famous entertainers-singers. The premises… the assumptions… the norms, the normality, the... ... is a competition. It assumes that entertainers and artists and composers and singers must compete against each other in order to gain popular recog... ...e to compete at all… no matter if they happen to be ten times better than the singers who do compete… then they automatically lose. And are conside...

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

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

...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... ...the mountain. He survived. On another Everest expedition, David Sharp, an Englishman, on his way down did not have oxygen. Many climbers passed him.... ...til he died. Under French law one is required to help. Under American and English common law there is no requirement. It was legal for Englishmen to... ...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... ... liberals.‖ 56 ---―Hey Ray, is it true that God is really an Englishman of the early 17 th Century? Did God speak to Moses as an Engli... ...e tax breaks to symphony orchestras and operas and to their musicians and singers? How about secular private schools and hospitals? What about fitne...

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In the South Seas

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

... Faculty Editor, Hazleton, PA 18201-1291 is a Portable Document File pro- duced as part of an ongoing student publication project to bring classical w... ...on the bounty of the natives, are to be found in almost every isle and hamlet; and even where these are unserviceable, the natives themselves have oft... ...er, it may be called, and will almost certainly become, the tongue of the Pacific. I will instance a few examples. I met in Majuro a Marshall Island b... ...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... ...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... ...iefs, the drummers, the dancers, the women, and the priests. The drums—perhaps twenty strong, and some of them twelve feet high—con- tinuously throbbe... ...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... ...you not hear something supernatural?’ His attention thus directed, he was aware of a strange buzzing voice—and yet he declared it was beautiful—which ... ...ere summoned (I suppose in honour of Queen Victoria) to join him. A strong breathless heat reigned under the iron roof, and the air was heavy with the...

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American Notes for General Circulation

By: Charles Dickens

...ing student publication project to bring classical works of literature, in English, to free and easy access of those wishing to make use of them. Copy... ...been married but a fortnight, and who was the fairest specimen of a comely English country girl I have ever seen. Fourthy, fifthly, and lastly, an ot... ...ind se curity among their friends, for the payment of about twenty pounds English for their first year’s board and American Notes – Dickens 32 inst... ...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 ... ... the gallery opposite to the pulpit were a little choir of male and female singers, a violoncello, and a violin. The preacher already sat in the pulpi... ...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... ...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...

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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 ... ...with applause of the boys and girls of both ages in this land; and all the English critics heap their honours on its brave old Simplicity: our nationa... ...was pencilling upon letters perused. ‘Skepsey’s craze: regeneration of the English race by box- ing—nucleus of a national army?’ ‘To face an enemy at ... ...t be a privilege to dine with him—to know him. I know what he has done for English Commerce, and to build a colossal fortune: genius, as I said: and h... ... 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... ... you. But you are hungry? Y ou have been singing twice: three times! Opera singers, they say, eat hot suppers; they drink stout. And I never heard you...

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Guy Mannering

By: Sir Walter Scott

...ing student publication project to bring classical works of literature, in English, to free and easy access of those wishing to make use of them. Cove... ...ere to be for ever dis- appointed by the intervention, as it were, of some malevo- lent being, and who was at last to come off victorious from 10 Guy... ...t of the village of Kirk Yetholm, in the Cheviot hills, adjoin- ing to the English Border. The author gave the public some account of this remarkable ... ...TER I. IT WAS IN THE BEGINNING of the month of November, 17—, when a young English gentleman, who had just left the uni- versity of Oxford, made use o... ...because its existence was secret (that is, presumed to be so) from all the males of the family, but especially from the hus- band and master. He was, ... ... for the Laird to pass.” “He shall have his share of the road,” answered a male gipsy from under his slouched and large-brimmed hat, and without raisi... ...ll be out. Oh, the devil take all ballads, and bal- lad-makers, and ballad-singers! and that d-d jade too, to set up her pipe!—You will have time enou...

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Pictures from Italy

By: Charles Dickens

... themes I have now in my mind, without inter ruption: and while I keep my English audience within speak ing distance, extend my knowledge of a noble... ...h the first chapter of a Middle Aged novel is usually attained—but when an English travelling carriage of considerable proportions, fresh from the sha... ... Meurice in the Rue Rivoli at Paris. I am no more bound to explain why the English family travelling by this carriage, inside and out, should be start... ...ecessary), and stood there at my ease, during the performance of Mass. The singers were in a crib of wire work (like a large meat safe or bird cage) ... ...tared at again, without let or hindrance. The body of the room was full of male strangers; the crowd immense; the heat very great; and the pressure so... ...s to remind them that he took the money. The majority were country people, male and female. There were four or five Jesuit priests, however, and some ... ...is very high) then rose up, and stretched out its tiny arms, while all the male spectators in the square uncovered, and some, but not by any means the... ...e they lie half suffo cated with mud and dust. Exhibitors of Punch, buffo singers with guitars, reciters of poetry, reciters of stories, a row of che...

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Travels with a Donkey in the Cévennes

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

... Document File produced as part of an ongoing student publication project to bring classical works of literature, in English, to free and easy access ... ...d into her former minuet. Another application had the same effect, and so with the third. I am worthy the name of an Englishman, and it goes against m... ... and beat down their young romance with a renewed and feverish bastinado. If the other donkey had had the heart of a male under his hide, he would hav... ... superstitious reverence. He nodded back, and cheer- fully addressed me. Was I going to the monastery? Who was I? An Englishman? Ah, an Irishman, then... ...the schemes of youth, are aban- doned after an interview of ten minutes, and the arts and sciences, and professional male jollity, deserted at once fo... ...eading the insolence of a conventicle below his very windows, he ordered forth his soldiers to report. But the psalm-singers were already at his door,...

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Adventures in the South Seas

By: Herman Melville

...ing student publication project to bring classical works of literature, in English, to free and easy access of those wishing to make use of them. Cove... ...his heart to bear malice against him. So much for stout little Jermin. All English whalemen are bound by-law to carry a physi- cian, who, of course, i... ...ts never had the shipping of it. Beside this, every other day we had what English seamen call “shot soup”— great round peas, polishing themselves lik... ...e boat. As he went moaning over the side, he must have heard the whispered maledic- tions of his crew. While the steward was busy adjusting matters in... ... dreamy-eyed. The natural complexion of both sexes is quite light; but the males appear much darker, from their exposure to the sun. A dark complexion... ...g but agreeable to a “soul of sensi- bility.” Prejudiced against us by the malevolent representations of the consul and others, many worthy foreigners... ...d me forcibly. Many voices around were of great sweetness and compass. The singers, also, seemed to enjoy themselves mightily; some of them pausing, n...

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Vanity Fair

By: William Makepeace Thackeray

...ing student publication project to bring classical works of literature, in English, to free and easy access of those wishing to make use of them. Cove... ... polished and refined circle. Those vir- tues which characterize the young English gentlewoman, those accomplishments which become her birth and stati... ...does leave a disconsolate family to mourn his loss; so in academies of the male and female sex it occurs every now and then that the pupil is fully wo... ...ng melodies under the gilded cockle-shell in the midst of the gardens; the singers, both of comic and sentimental ballads, who charmed the ears there;... ...d gentleman was born), rector of Crawley-cum-Snailby, and of various other male and female members of the Crawley family. Sir Pitt was first married t... ...ders of the poor little blubbering wretches, and Sir Pitt, seeing that the malefactors were in custody, drove on to the hall. All the servants were re... ...e Crawley. She and Miss Rose thus read together many delightful French and English works, among which may be mentioned those of the learned Dr. Smolle... ...on were seated in the little draw- ing-room, listening to the professional singers, who were sing- ing according to their wont, and as if they wished ...

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The Two Brothers Tranlated by Katharine Prescott Wormeley

By: Honoré de Balzac

...ing student publication project to bring classical works of literature, in English, to free and easy access of those wishing to make use of them. Cove... ...ssion that opinions were free, to ex- press that opinion to several of his male and female custom- ers as he served them in the grocery. The citoyenne... ...rio. In Paris, we fre- quently meet with men so fascinated with actresses, singers, or ballet-dancers, that they are willing to become directors of a ... ...om the town across the meadows to an ancient convent named Frapesle, whose English gardens, quite unique in that arrondissement, have received the am-... ... helping him strenuously. In Portugal, in 1809, he was left for dead in an English battery, into which his company had penetrated without being able t... ...le grand master, to pro- cure clandestinely, each one of you, twenty rats, male or fe- male as heaven pleases. Collect your contingent within three da...

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