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  • I told the story about Mark Chestnutt it illustrate the point that the cops NEVER know what a situation is all about until they follow their own well-taught rules.

    Release the Crowley/Gates tapes. - Moe_Lane’s blog - RedState

  • The well-taught philosophic mind To all Compassion gives; Casts round the world an Equal eye, And feels for all that lives.

    The Royal Society's lost women scientists

  • Dr. HOLMES: (Reading) The well-taught, philosophic mind to all compassion gives ...

    A Mouse Asks for Mercy

  • Dr. HOLMES: (Reading) The well-taught, philosophic mind to all compassion gives ...

    A Mouse Asks for Mercy

  • Having to pay more per person in Scotland for the NHS than we would in the UK is something I would deeply grudge, particularly when the majority of the costs relate to poor diet, smoking, drinking, drugs etc; all problems that I am perfectly safe from with my well-taught "just say no" attitude.

    The Union Dividend

  • So we had no religious objectors, the courses were fun, interesting, and very well-taught.

    A View: The Science=Atheism Meme

  • And finally, a well-taught math class really should teach kids logic anyway.

    Mr. Spock, please call home....

  • On the contrary, I believe that intellectually exciting topics and challenging problems can and should arise in all well-taught classes�in cooking, chemistry, photography, mechanics, and everything else the schools offer.

    Noddings Commentary

  • On the contrary, I believe that intellectually exciting topics and challenging problems can and should arise in all well-taught classes�in cooking, chemistry, photography, mechanics, and everything else the schools offer.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • Bold reasoners rejoin, that a well-taught mind possesses more consecutive ideas, and is very superior to these idiots, whence has sprung a grand dispute upon the soul, of which we shall speak — possibly at too great a length — in the article on

    A Philosophical Dictionary

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