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And they will always be a temptation to you to take the easy, stupid way of making a living-the only way open to most women that is not positively repulsive.
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Next to the gamblers was a pallet, occupied indeed by two bodies, but only one of which was living-the other sufferer had been recently relieved from his agony.
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Yet even the Jews were from time to time punished for the crime of usury; and, as regards Christians, punishment was bestowed on the dead as well as the living-the bodies of dead money-lenders being here and there dug up and cast out of consecrated ground.
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It is contrary to nature that the mother should rule in the name of her son, when the father is living-the father, whom nature and universal custom acknowledge as the lord and head of his wife and children!" cried the prince.
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Don't they whisper of the kisses of the night winds, of the drinking of the dew-of the mad joy of living-the sweetness of dying?
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Examples of Living-the

Example #1
You will find them a hindrance for a long time before they begin to be a help to you in your career.
Example #2
But you attach entirely too much importance to them.
Example #3
But the bed nearest him was occupied by two fellows, who, although to judge from their gaunt cheeks, hollow eyes, and ghastly looks, they were apparently recovering from the disease, and just rescued from the jaws of death, were deeply engaged in endeavouring to cheat each other of a few half-pence at a game of cribbage, mixing the terms of the game with oaths not loud but deep; each turn of luck being hailed by the winner as well as the loser with execrations, which seemed designed to blight both body and soul, now used as the language of triumph, and now as reproaches against fortune.
Example #4
While he revolved these distracting thoughts, tormented at the same time by a burning thirst which he had no means of satisfying, he endeavoured to discover if, amongst those stretched upon the pallets nearest him, he could not discern some one likely to enter into conversation with him, and give him some information about the nature and customs of this horrid place.
Example #5
The childlike faith of his system may be imagined from his summaries which follow.
Example #6
He tells us: "Joseph lived one hundred and five years.