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men who will not act....
not an outward act..
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single in responsible act....654 v
sins they love to act*.
so act that none may feel... 69 s
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speak-act...
the a. of God injures no....675 e
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thyself shalt see the act*...333 b
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to act in safety*..
we count the act of men*. .490 p
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when in act they ceaset...475 8
Acted-God in his soul, and a.521 p
lively acted with my tears*.591 v
our lofty scene be a. over*.602 k
so well she acted all....
Acting-a. in a certain manner529 h
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acting of a dreadful thing*.123
reasoning, not in a. liest...517 k
thinking and acting...
was off, he was acting
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action in the tented field*..574m
action is eloquence*
action is transitory, a step¶ 6 c
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a single lovely actiontt...
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compared with action.. ...597 w
cure for grief is action......287 z
derive his rule of action....163 x
expression is a. beauty is..101 k
in action faithful
in furthest striving action..
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motion and long-during a.*.667 k
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no a., whether foul or fairg.318 v
noble action the intent..
no less than a. and passion.336 x
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not thought but action.
oratory, he answered, "a.".462 i
pious a. we do sugar o'er*..313 b
pleasure and a. make the*..602 q
self-love is a principle of a..547 v
some place the bliss in a...342 j
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surfeit out of a*.
that a. which appears most 4 8
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the means of actions..
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to restless action spurs.
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Actions-a.are their eloquence371 p
virtue consists in action....805 x
a., not words, are the true..263 c
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observe the a. of others.....337 x
make our a. and words.....651 j
mark our a good or bad....574 v
motives of their a. are pure402 n
noble a. characterize the...781 k
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reasons make strong a.*.
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source of nobler a. becomes104 a
stint our necessary actions* 5 v
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A. had left him before he*..377 c
Adam in the garden talked.574 s
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descendit of Adam and Eve183 8
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gardener A. and his wifet..418 o
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mankind from A. have.
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we but the penalty of A.*..546 g
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things he bade adieu.
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Adjunct-proved a useful a...565 j
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learning is but an a. to*. .842 n
Administration-corrupt and.282 t
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last of all an a. came.......409 t
put one admiral to death..482 e
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we live by a., Hope¶.
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a. those who attempt......700k
cease to admire and all**.. 35 o
cease to admire the smoke 675k
foolish to admire him......768 e
I publish all I admire......452 g
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as adversaries do in law*..438 k
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fond a. thou hast seen.....874 g
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goes by letter and affection*92 a
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that will stand adversity... 6p
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advice you give, be short..676 b
give good a. to the sick....676 d
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give the best a. to kings...
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share the a. betwixt you*...269 €
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those who give bad advice.676 c
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a. of men rests still*.
a. which depend on many..791 b
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for our affairs in hand*
office and affairs of love*..363 d
tide in the affairs of men*.461 o
understands her own a.....411 r
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business to be afraid. human race a. of nothing...787 k makes the heart afraid.....293 h many are afraid of God....668m myself from being afraid..208 u not afraid to say his says... 70 c prayed! so I was afraid....487 j 5 T After-a. hours with sorrow*. 386 w still with after claps.. After-dinner-in a-d. talkt....579 b After-love-makes a-l. the*....659m Afton-flow gently, sweet A...530 a After-silence-a. on the shore].420 n Agamemnon-lived before A..728 living before Agamemnon]. 69 j .753m that you know A.... Age-a comfort to your age*.. 90 r age a mature mellowness.. 9 j age and body of the time*..412 age appeared to be best in. 10 q age at play with infancy...616 ...658 v age cannot wither her* age childish makes, they...754 n age, I do abhor thee*.

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age so eat up my invention* 11 8
age still leaves us friends.. 10 t
age to age unnumbered....381 a
age too shines out and... 12 i
age 'twixt boy and youth...574 j
age we void it up again*....174 i
age wherein he lived was..478 u
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men of age object too much 8 q
middle age by no fond wile. 31 g
monumental pomp of age. 12m
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build castles in the air......496 q
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since all a., so Heaven has.567 d solitary, who is not alone..566 x the fools are mad if left a.*659m they are never a. that are..597 t think it solitude to be alone.567 t this is to be alone; this....566 j thou art here alone,-alone.543 though not quite alone till supper-time alone*. .565 P to be left a. and face to§....527 x top of green Selinis all a...611 k until I truly loved I was a..567 i we enter the world alone..566 y when we are least alone...566 i world in which I moved a..150 d Alonso-A. of Aragon was.... 10 q Alonzo-A. the Brave was the.359 8 Alph-A.,the sacred river ran.530 b Alps and A. on A. arise‡.....402 u fading A.and archipelagoes585 e frozen ridges of the Alps*.172 the eagle of the Alps....... 46 d Alpine-A. peasants, two or...536 i

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a. has but one reward for ambition has no rest..... ambition is no cure.. a. is our idol on whose.... ambition of a private man.486 a.'s aims are crossed‡. ambition's debt is paid*. 13 v mercy to the next a........ 15 d a. to commend my deeds**.146 q next a. mortgages. 15 d a. to fill up his heart. ....356 q Amusements-friend to public 14 u and ambition of man.......137 u in our a. a certain limit....782 a bids a. rise to nobler .367 d Amusers-recreators and a... 66m built with divine ambition..417 v Anacreon's-A. morals are a..478 ? by low ambition and the... 12 t Analytic-skilled in analytic..124 e capable of this ambition*..461 q choked with foul ambition* 633 | fling away ambition* 14 a high ambition, lowly laid.. 13 u ill-weaved a., how much*.. 13 x in false ambition's hand.... 14 j in heaven ambition cannot.365 n instruments of ambition...435 e mad ambition trumpeteth.. 14 g make ambition virtue*. 204 t my soul's ambition.... .276 J pours fierce ambition in a‡. 13 r reach of wild ambition's....633 w reign is worth a. though**.. 13 k rules the unreined ambition 14 h soldier without a. is to..... 12 O such joy ambition finds..** 13m though ambition in itself...677 ƒ vaulting ambition, which*. 13w was utterly without a...... 1 a who, like a., lures men.... 445 t wild ambition loves to slide 13 a young ambition's ladder*.. 14 d your heart's supreme a....629 k Ambitions-with great a.§. 13 f Ambitious-born without a... 12 p Cæsar was ambitious* 146 substance of the a. is*. 14 c with a. feet secure.§. 672 q Ambles-your wita. well; it*.654 c Ambrosia-A. for Apicius.....166 n Ambrosial-blooming a. *** *.....609 j

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glory of ancestors sheds...677 j
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