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  • Director: in whom, mistrusting myself, I ought to have placed my whole confidence — and the more, when I saw myself so perserveringly addressed by a man of this character.

    Clarissa Harlowe

  • Revolution is by no means an easy road, but you have bravely, perserveringly and heroically overcome the immense obstacle which the military and political power of foreign oppressors represented.


  • Forty-five years of separation, hard work, rough times and heart longings, had perserveringly performed its work, and instead of a man bearing his years with upright vigor, he was made prematurely old by the accumulation of troubles.

    From the Darkness Cometh the Light or Struggles for Freedom


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