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  • Van Horn turned on Ishikola, and simulated wrath which he did not feel against the ancient and ever-recurrent trick.


  • All of them thought in terms of competition and ever-recurrent warfare or, at best, of a precarious balance of power.

    The Legacy of Greece Essays By: Gilbert Murray, W. R. Inge, J. Burnet, Sir T. L. Heath, D'arcy W. Thompson, Charles Singer, R. W. Livingston, A. Toynbee, A. E. Zimmern, Percy Gardner, Sir Reginald Blomfield

  • Y.M.C.A., more than the individual church, is under the necessity of treating the underlying economic evils with a very safe degree of caution; and in both there is the ever-recurrent need of an unsparing analysis of motive for the purpose of ascertaining which, after all, is paramount -- human welfare or institutional glory.

    The Minister and the Boy A Handbook for Churchmen Engaged in Boys' Work

  • I just read those to you to give you some idea, because just in January of this year an article appeared in the London Times-many of you gentlemen may have read it-and there the discussion is ever-recurrent of whether the British Navy should go back to dual firing and it was pointed out by the Government representatives that if it did they would still have need of coaling stations abroad.

    Turner Valley—Its Resources and Possibilities

  • Van Horn turned on Ishikola, and simulated wrath which he did not feel against the ancient and ever-recurrent trick.

    Chapter 9

  • The Roman tapped the table and, looking far out through the darkened window, smiled the gentle smile of one who has watched the ever-recurrent miracle of humanity, the struggling birth of the man out of the dirtied, hopeless cocoon of the boy.

    The Varmint

  • For years now he had had a wall-paper with an ever-recurrent scene of a church tower, a snowy hill, and a large crimson robin.

    The Cathedral

  • "For the love of our country make haste," is his ever-recurrent cry in his directions to his subordinates.

    Kościuszko A Biography

  • The crowd stood round her, sullen and apathetic; poor, miserable wretches like herself, staring at her antics with lack-lustre eyes and an ever-recurrent contemptuous shrug of the shoulders.

    The League of the Scarlet Pimpernel

  • Rome, the tyranny of a demented Cæsar, the indolence of the daily routine, the ever-recurrent spectacles of hideous, inhuman cruelty.

    "Unto Caesar"


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