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Apparently he is a very narrow-minded person-and he is; yet he believes with Ahad Ha-'Am that "greatness is not a matter of breadth only, but of depth.
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If you ever attempt to address another word to me, or ride in the same elevated train, or even sit in the same theatre, I'll have you arrested as a suspicious person-and locked up for life, if money'll do it!
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He constantly maintained the irresponsibility of his ministers: but, if that were conceded, it would then follow that the king must be made responsible in his own person:-and that construction led of necessity to his trial and death.
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Agasias, observing what Callimachus was doing, and that the eyes of the whole army were upon him, and fearing that he himself might not be the first to enter the place, began to advance alone-neither calling to Aristonymus who was next him, nor to Eurylochus of Lusia, both of whom were his intimate friends, nor to any other person-and passed by all the rest.
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But there was a foreign gentleman among them: whom Mr Podsnap had invited after much debate with himself-believing the whole European continent to be in mortal alliance against the young person-and there was a droll disposition, not only on the part of Mr Podsnap but of everybody else, to treat him as if he were a child who was hard of hearing.
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A mother loves all her children, naturally; but a mother is also a person-and may, without sin, have personal preferences.
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She did not live with her widowed daughter, as two establishments were more impressive; also, she knew that she was not a livable person-and thought none the worse of herself for that characteristic of strong personalities.
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It isn't only that I don't belong to you-I've never belonged to any one, only one person-and he's gone now.
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For when that is inquired into, it is necessary to define both points-what is a thief, and what is a sacrilegious person,-and to show by one's own description that the matter which is under discussion ought to be called by a different name from that which the opposite party apply to it.
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I have never in my life seen a more beautiful person,-and I have seen many handsome women.
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Besides, do you think I'd miss a chance to be the first person-and just a girl, too-of a whole world to see other planets of other suns?
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Examples of Person-and

Example #1
The Jewish genius cannot blend with that of America without loss to its individuality; however much it may borrow from America in outer accoutrement, in "wholesome ruddiness," "fair play," "polite address," and so forth-(and it should borrow what it can to improve its appearance), yet the accoutrement must remain but raiment,-and the body is more than raiment.
Example #2
Judaism to him is not a mere peculiar thing, but a peculiar great thing, and only by keeping it peculiar can he enhance its greatness.
Example #3
But this Crano-Scale business is my limit-my outside limit," I went on, "and you've passed it.
Example #4
And Hawkins, piloted by the unhappy woman who bears his name, walked up the steps, turned and stared stupidly at me, and then stumbled into the house and out of my life-forever.
Example #5
By the way, Charles I., who used the maxim in the most odious sense, furnished the most colorable excuse for his own execution.
Example #6
I refer to the book, however, as I do to almost all books in these notes, from memory; writing most of them in situations where I have no access to books.