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  • There was deep water to its sheer foot, so that our sky-aspiring bowsprit crumpled at the impact and snapped short off.

    Chapter 15

  • Low and rambling, without being squat, the square upthrusts of towers and of towers over-topping towers gave just proportion of height without being sky-aspiring.

    CHAPTER II

  • Time's greatest gift to blindfold, insatiable, and sky-aspiring man.

    THE RED ONE

  • And yet, men have so behaved since the world began, feasting, fighting, and carousing, whether in the dark cave-mouth or by the fire of the squatting-place, in the palaces of imperial Rome and the rock strongholds of robber barons, or in the sky-aspiring hotels of modern times and in the boozing-kens of sailor-town.

    Chapter III

  • The leaders themselves will be regarded as _mere ambitious men_; not taking rank with those whose ambition is "eagle-winged and sky-aspiring," but belonging to that mean and selfish class, who are instigated by

    Cotton is King, and Pro-Slavery Arguments Comprising the Writings of Hammond, Harper, Christy, Stringfellow, Hodge, Bledsoe, and Cartrwright on This Important Subject

  • It was Time's greatest gift to blindfold, insatiable, and sky-aspiring man.

    The Red One

  • Time's greatest gift to blindfold, insatiable, and sky-aspiring man.

    The Red One

  • Low and rambling, without being squat, the square upthrusts of towers and of towers over-topping towers gave just proportion of height without being sky-aspiring.

    The Little Lady of the Big House, by Jack London

  • There was deep water to its sheer foot, so that our sky-aspiring bowspirit crumpled at the impact and snapped short off.

    Chapter 15

  • And yet, men have so behaved since the world began, feasting, fighting, and carousing, whether in the dark cave-mouth or by the fire of the squatting-place, in the palaces of imperial Rome and the rock strongholds of robber barons, or in the sky-aspiring hotels of modern times and in the boozing-kens of sailor-town.

    Chapter III

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