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“In Measure for Measure, the foul injustice of the judge, and the foul cowardice of the brother, are opposed to the victorious truth and adamantine purity of a woman.”
“Enviros wrote the lottery measure before voters approved Measure 68 in”
“Big majorities correctly predicted the outcome of every ballot measure - except the 55\% of us who thought Measure 61 would pass.”
“The term Measure certainly seems to have been used to signify a particularly staid and formal dance.”
“Sarah and Bristol Palin, ICANN and a Quiz: Does Your Name Measure Up?”
“Possibly, however, this reversal was not intended by the authors of the explanation: but, at any rate, we do not understand them; they plainly apply the term Measure to what is in reality the measured and leave us unable to grasp their meaning: our perplexity may be due to the fact that their writings — addressed to disciples acquainted with their teaching — do not explain what this thing, measure, or measured object, is in itself.”
“Of the play altogether, he observes very beautifully, "that the title Measure for Measure is in reality a misnomer, the sense of the whole being properly the triumph of mercy over strict justice:" but it is also true that there is "an original sin in the nature of the subject, which prevents us from taking a cordial interest in it." [”
“The Vice Dean reminded us which Measure for Measure is not a adore story nonetheless an "Un-love story" where domestic energy is a arch focus: corrupt authority both denies adore as good as tries to force passionate compliance by threat.”
“It's not perfect -- Measure for Measure is a problem play, after all -- but it's damn good for all that.”
“Through the 30/10 initiative, Los Angeles Mayor Villaraigosa is working to build 12 Measure R funded public transit projects in just 10 years, rather than the planned 30 years, by leveraging again long-term Measure R funds.”
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