Children in a sentence

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Should we become intoxicated with this cup, the sovereignty of this globe of earth will become lower in our estimation than the children’s plays.
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No more the thirsty entrance of this soil Shall daub her lips with her own children’s blood.
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Should we become intoxicated with this cup, the sovereignty of this globe of earth will become lower in our estimation than children’s play.
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Only a very few ever attend divine service, and those as seldom as they can, just to prevent being refused as sponsors at their children’s baptism.
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There, don’t weep; but take the Bible, and read me something about the old man and his children.’ My brother had now been absent for the space of three years.
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I suppose, in a little time, thou wilt entirely have forgotten it; hast thou taught it to any of thy children?’ ‘The two eldest understand a few words,’ said the woman, ‘but my husband does not wish them to learn it; he says sometimes, jocularly, that though it pleased him to marry a Welsh wife, it does not please him to have Welsh children.
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How many times parents, by unkind words or actions, becloud their children’s sky!
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Too many times parents make promises that they do not expect ever to fulfil, just to be rid of the children’s asking.
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They take the children’s part, and trouble is the result.
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His life had been hers; his blood, his fortune, his name, his whole heart ever since had been hers and her children’s.
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I have seen a hundred grand sights in the world—coronations, Parisian splendours, Crystal Palace openings, Pope’s chapels with their processions of long-tailed cardinals and quavering choirs of fat soprani—but think in all Christendom there is no such sight as Charity Children’s Day.
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Tell him that for his children’s sake he had better rent a cheap cottage; that his wife can just as well peddle with her basket from a house as from a waggon, and that he can keep a horse and trap and go to the races or hopping ‘genteely.’ Point out to him those who have done the same, and stimulate his ambition and pride.
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How many poor children’s lives have been sacrificed at the hands of cruelty, starvation, and neglect, and buried under a clod without the shedding of a tear, it is fearful to contemplate.
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George Smith, of Coalville, is earning the title of the Children’s Friend.
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His ‘Cry of the Brick-yard Children’ rang through England, and issued in measures being adopted for their protection.
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Mr. Smith’s counsel as to the children is that ‘living in vans and tents and under old carts, if they are to be allowed to live in these places they should be registered in a manner analogous to the Canal Boats Act of 1877, so that the children may be brought under the compulsory clauses of the Education Acts, and become Christianised and civilised as other children.’ The Duke of Richmond and his department may do much to facilitate Mr. Smith’s crusade without temporising with the prejudices of red-tapeism.
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I have seen over and over again dirt peeling off the poor children’s bodies and faces like a skin, and leaving a kind of white patch behind it, presenting a kind of a piebald spectacle.
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Fifth,—The compulsory attendance at school of all travelling children, or others living in temporary or unrateable dwellings, up to the age required by the Elementary Education Acts, which attendance should be facilitated and brought about by means of a school pass-book, in which the children’s names, ages, and grade could be entered, and which pass-book could be made applicable to children living and working on canal-boats, and also to other wandering children.
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A smartly written biography of a man who may be justly termed the Children’s Friend.
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The Children’s Treasury Text Book, interleaved with Writing-paper for Collecting the Autographs of Friends and Acquaintances.
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Examples of Children

Example #1
Should they place in the arena the crown of the government of the whole world, and invite each one of us to accept it, undoubtedly we shall not condescend, and shall refuse to accept it.
Example #2
Consider ye what doors His Holiness Bahá’u’lláh has opened before you, and what a high and exalted station He has destined for you, and what bounties He has prepared for you!
Example #3
The obscurity of this passage is of the Shakespearian sort.
Example #4
Each of these partakes of, and interferes with, all the others.
Example #5
Should they place in the arena the crown of the government of the whole world, and invite each one of us to accept it, undoubtedly we shall not condescend, and shall refuse to accept it.
Example #6
Consider how exalted and lofty is the station you are destined to attain; how unique the favors with which you have been endowed.