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“That is the way it is going to be-if you wish Kahlan to live.”
“In spite of his remarks in Playford's book, it is plain that he looked at music horizontally as well as vertically, and constructed it so that it is good no matter which way it is considered.”
“In one way it is preferable to coals, that is, while making on the fire you might if you chose wear white kid gloves without danger of soiling them.”
“It is a way we have of making up our minds to do things; and a very good way it is when one has no temperamental tears to shed over the last tin-of condensed milk when it has capsized.”
“Elizabeth swept on triumphantly: “There is no q in the note either, but here in the forgery are the words ‘queen of the realm’ and in the letter to my aunt Mary is the word ‘question’ and also many words such as ‘liking’ and ‘lovely’ with the letter l in them, and see how different it is from the way it is written in these abominable letters, in the words ‘wholly’ and ‘revels.’””
“And most certain it is, if one may but play the plain man for a moment (dismissing the fancies of astronomers and schoolmen, whose way it is to overrule the senses, often without reason, and to prefer what is obscure), that this motion does actually appear to the sense such as I have described; for I once had a machine made with iron wires to represent it.”
“That’s why the system’s set up the way it is — to provide checks and balances, safeguard individuals’ rights as well as law and order.”
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