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Professor Kent said:-"It is a great pleasure for me to face the work of the new year with you, and it is a source of congratulation that the Menorah is no longer an innovation but an established institution at Yale.
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Some glared and gleamed upon him with the fire of murder in their eyes; some pointed to a cheerless apartment, in which he saw his wife and children cowering and shivering over a few dying embers, and they said-"It is your work!
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Sometimes," he then said,-"it happens, even in the world of cold and artificial convention, that a man and woman are brought together who, to their own immediate consciousness, have had no previous acquaintance with each other, and yet with the lightest touch, the swiftest glance of an eye, a million vibrations are set quivering in them like harp-strings struck by the hand of a master and responding each to each in throbbing harmony and perfect tune.
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There was something fixed and mechanical in the serenity painted on it; this was not an expression, Ralph said-it was a representation, it was even an advertisement.
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The Saint, confirmed by this in the idea with which he had been impressed, that what he had suffered had been brought on by his enemy, said:-"It is true that yesterday, when reciting Compline, I perceived that the devil was approaching, and I prepared to resist him.
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After listening with the greatest attention to all related to him, the apothecary pondered for awhile, and then said-"It is plain he has trusted no one with his retreat, but I think I can find him.
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That was well said-it was quite fine; but it is lost on two women-an old wife and an old maid.
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Bebut the Ambitious advanced, and said,-"It is written, that what the king wills cannot be wrong.
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It couldn't have been what Dr. Bond said-it must have been what he was himself that made those unwelcome, humiliating truths carry conviction, win confidence, and waken hope.
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That made an impression on me, but I have forgotten what she said-it was apropos of some recollection.
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For an instant she did not answer or move; then she straightened a little and lifted her cheek from his. "John," she said-it was the first time in all her life she had called him thus-"you wouldn't love me if I should consent.
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When our Lord saw men buying and selling in the temple, He made a scourge of cords, and drove them out, and overthrew the tables of the money-changers, and said,-"It is written, my Father's house is a house of prayer, but ye have made it a den of thieves.
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Thereat Yudhishthira said,-'It is enough that I have beheld thee with my senses, eternal God of gods as thou art!
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Examples of Said-it

Example #1
It seems a pity that Jews do not inherit Hebrew as a birthright, but fortunately the study of Hebrew history and ideals can proceed without this knowledge.
Example #2
President Arthur T. Hadley addressed the meeting (for the address of President Hadley see above, page 45), as did also Professor Charles F. Kent of the Yale School of Religion.
Example #3
Against him they seemed to feel an especial hatred.
Example #4
His vile companions were around him, but greatly changed; for they appeared more like monsters of evil than men, and were malignant in their efforts to do harm.
Example #5
They do not know how it happens-they only feel it is.
Example #6
From this point we commanded a view of the head of the lake and the great mountain which closes and dominates it,-and which now began to be illumined with a strange witch-like glow of orange and purple, while a thin mist moved slowly across it like the folds of a ghostly stage curtain preparing to rise and display the first scene of some great drama.