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“The villeins, those who worked for her father but had some rights of their own to the land, and the cotters, those who usually had no rights to any property but served the lord faithfully, had all been informed that Geoffrey would hear their disputes and offer decisions.”
“Some “certified” financial planners have taken only a homestudy course, and most have very little money of their own to manage.”
“WFB, "Alone Mills," to "Dear Kate,": makes plans concerning who will be attendants at their wedding; suggests that they go to Weyers Cave and then cross the mountain to visit his relatives on their bridal tour; "I havent but one regret in joining our hands in partnership for life. & that is that I have no home that I can call my own to take you two.”
“And word is that Bastard Devrey has too many problems of his own to be worried about me.”
“Mrs Behn was a middle – class woman with all the plebeian virtues of humour, vitality and courage; a woman forced by the death of her husband and some unfortunate adventures of her own to make her living by her wits.”
“If it was a long way in front, the flock'd have to strike out on their own to follow, and that'd mean thinking for themselves.”
“His townspeople of Falvy in Peronne asked him to be mayor and he refused, saying that the election of the old nobility would be a bad precedent; then when they chose him for the National Assembly anyway, he proposed the abolition of titles and renounced his own to become plain Citoyen Bonhomme.”
“When rebuked by the Venetian Senate on Durer's complaint, the young man subsequently added his own to Durer's initials.”
“Ages ago, hed slipped the morsus into their wine before theyd learned to identify potions by smell and tasteand before theyd learned to create their own to counter him.”
“It is in the nature of innkeepers and all men who have no pressing business of their own to ask as many questions as possible before giving any information.”
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