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There are a great many women,-and some men,-who write in verse from a natural instinct which leads them to that form of expression.
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I was even permitted to sleep on the dry lid of a sailor's chest, and had an old blanket given me by one of the men-who did it out of compliment not to myself but to Brace, whose good opinion the man wanted to secure.
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Even at that moment it was evident that both mate and captain were nearly drunk, and gave but half-coherent replies to the eager inquiries of the men-who were still under apprehensions from the cries of fire that summoned them aft.
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The excellent man had not that sum in his possession, for his purse was generally empty; but he found a usurer-a species of animal too numerous unfortunately for young men-who, upon a note of hand endorsed by him, gave me a thousand ducats, at five per cent. for one month, the said interest being deducted by anticipation from the capital.
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But when a war of annihilation is surely, though in point of time indefinitely, impending over a weaker state, the wiser, more resolute, and more devoted men-who would immediately prepare for the unavoidable struggle, accept it at a favourable moment, and thus cover their defensive policy by a strategy of offence-always find themselves hampered by the indolent and cowardly mass of the money- worshippers, of the aged and feeble, and of the thoughtless who are minded merely to gain time, to live and die in peace, and to postpone at any price the final struggle.
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He believed we could trust Burke to join us, and, with my four black men,-who have really become good sailors,-we would have a crew of seven men altogether, with which we could work a fair-sized brig to Havre or some other French port.
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Lieutenant Ribouville now set to work to inspect the bridge; and ordered the men-who were provided with the necessary implements-to set to, and dig a hole down to the crown of the principal arch.
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Upon Colonel Tempe's rejoining the men-who were already busy preparing their suppers-he ordered the assembly to be sounded and, when they were formed up, he formally thanked them, in the name of the general, for the service that they had rendered; adding that they would appear in general orders, upon the following day.
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Who can say if this enormous might of electricity alone will not change the face of war?-the centralized cluster of waves, the irresistible orbs going infinitely forth to fire and destroy all explosives, lifting the rooted armor of the earth, choking the subterranean gulfs with heaps of calcined men-who will be burned up like barren coal,-and maybe even arousing the earthquakes, and tearing the central fires from earth's depths like ore!
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Money is for men-who should use some of it to take care of their women.
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I was told that we men-who were apes not a quarter of a million years ago, who still have hair upon our arms and ape's teeth in our jaws-had come to the full and perfect knowledge of God.
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The same is the conduct of Publius Oppius; and those very men,-who, influenced by their friendship for Marcus Antonius, have attributed to him more power than they would perhaps really approve of,-Marcus Piso, my own connexion, a most admirable man and virtuous citizen, and Marcus Vehilius, a man of equal respectability, have both declared that they would obey the authority of the senate.
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I have heard something similar in the voices of German and Polish women, but I do not think men-at least European men-who are always further than women from the simple, animal emotions, or any speakers who use languages with weak gutturals, like French or English, can produce this inarticulate chant in their ordinary talk.
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A few of the white men-who, to do them credit, were the last to run-were shot or cut down, but the greater number made their escape,-our lieutenant wisely not allowing us to follow.
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A number of men,-who are certainly very respectable, and of whom, as a society, it may be said with truth, that they conform their moral conduct to their religious tenets, as much as any people in the whole community,-come forward and tell you, that you may effect two objects by the exercise of a Constitutional authority which will give great satisfaction; on the one hand you may acquire revenue, and on the other, restrain a practice productive of great evil.
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As for faith and clean ideals-not of "children and gods, but men in a world of men"-who has preached them better than he?
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Examples of Men-who

Example #1
If you could peep into the portfolio of all the cultivated women among your acquaintances, you would be surprised, I believe, to see how many of them trust their thoughts and feelings to verse which they never think of publishing, and much of which never meets any eyes but their own.
Example #2
You must not talk so," said Number Five.
Example #3
Another made a present of a knife, with a cord to hang it around my neck, and a tin platter was given me by a third.
Example #4
I was allowed my full share of the "lob-scouse," the "sea-pies," and "plum-duff," and was no longer hunted out of the forecastle.
Example #5
The accident was afterwards explained by "Snowball" himself.
Example #6
It was not clearly explained how he had mismanaged-for the black as well as most of the crew of the _Pandora_ were, ever since the discovery about the water, in a state of half-intoxication.