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I want Dr. Dean to see that very old piece of stone carving on the wall above us,-it will serve as a link for him in the history of Araxes.
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To the governor of Moscow, the tsarina wrote: "My dear prince, do not complain that the Russians have no desire for instruction; if I institute schools, it is not for us,-it is for Europe, where we must keep our position in public opinion.
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The Lord help us!-it's our only chance.
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This land is heaven's gift to us-it is the birthright of our fathers: as long as these mountains lift their lofty summits to heaven, and these beautiful rivers roll their tides to the mighty ocean, so long we will remain.
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Emerson's substance and even his manner has little to do with a designed effect-his thunderbolts or delicate fragments are flashed out regardless-they may knock us down or just spatter us-it matters little to him-but Hawthorne is more considerate; that is, he is more artistic, as men say.
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If we ever had to go away from here-if anything happened to us-it's the one thing I should want to keep and take with me.
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There was apparently no hope for us-its last spark had been extinguished by this last disappointment; but the idea of a detention in that horrid desert was worse than death itself.
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The arrows that are launched at us may be tipped with venom when they leave the bow, but if they pass through the radiant envelope of divine protection that surrounds us-and they must have passed through that if they reach us-it cleanses all the venom from the points though it leaves the sharpness there.
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But I have an inkling that-whatever the secret may be, and whether we surprise it or it surprises us-it will wait until we are separated.
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The tomb cries aloud to us-its dead silence presses on the drum of the ear like thunder, saying, Look at this, and erase your illusions; now know the extreme value of human life; reflect on this and strew human life with flowers; save every hour for the sunshine; let your labour be so ordered that in future times the loved ones may dwell longer with those who love them; open your minds; exalt your souls; widen the sympathies of your hearts; face the things that are now as you will face the reality of death; make joy real now to those you love, and help forward the joy of those yet to be born.
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Why would not an eye shaped like a cube do for us?-"It would not look well; it could not be rolled about.
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Why would not an eye shaped like a cone or cylinder do for us?-"It could not be rolled in every direction.
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I do not understand a religion that tells us to love our enemies, and to do good to them that do harm to us-it is a strange religion.
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And of all three-the two who were translated that they should not see death, and the one who died like the rest of us-it is equally true that 'God took' them, and that they were taken to Him.
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But nothing approached us, though I could hear the lions roaring across the river, and once I thought I heard the howl of a beast north of us-it might have been a wolf.
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I have not forgotten his look that evening when you were singing to us-it was the look of a man who is starving for a little happiness, for the comfort and sweet sustenance that only a wife can give him.
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But when we have eaten, when we have slept, when we have jolly things about us-it is nothing.
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And meanwhile our duty is, while we confess that it is the fault of society and not of God, that these afflicted ones exist among us-it is our duty, I say, to cultivate and to develop to the highest every faculty, instinct, and power, in them which God's order has preserved from the effects of man's disorder; to feed the eye with fair and noble sights, though the ear be shut to soothing and inspiring sounds; to cultivate the intellect to such a pitch that it may be able to perform practical work, and if possible to earn a sufficient livelihood, even though the want of speech makes it impossible for them, deaf and dumb, to compete on equal terms with their fellow-men; to awaken in them, by religious training, teaching and worship, those purer and more unselfish emotions by which their hearts may become a field ready and prepared for God's grace.
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But some will tell us-It is a sign of weakness to feel shame.
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But that there should be any question of duplicity between us-it is monstrous.
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Examples of Us-it

Example #1
You are in time to give us your opinion.
Example #2
The Princess glanced at his brooding face and laughed.
Example #3
Specifically, for Great Britain: W. P. Courtney, _A Register of National Bibliography_, 3 vols.
Example #4
For some excuse or another, the promised constitution was never written, and the lot of the serfs tended to become actually worse.
Example #5
We will maybe get back by Bally-burgh Ness Point yet.
Example #6
My God, my child!"-"My father!