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  • He would say, and, indeed, I have heard him say it, though he spoke not to me indeed, for I was never one of those that he would have chosen for intimate conversation -- he would say that charity, to be of any service in the world, should be as stern and swerveless a judge as ever Minos was.

    The God of Love

  • Before the end his gaze at the preacher had become swerveless.

    The Wit and Humor of America, Volume IV. (of X.)


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