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mod. cool; great. Everything’s live! No problem!
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With respect to luxuries and comforts, the wisest have ever lived a more simple and meagre life than the poor.
The greater number, if not all, of these extinct quadrupeds lived at a late period, and were the contemporaries of most of the existing sea-shells.
When had it itself lived a wake-a-day life on this planet in order to collect this fund of strange experiences?
When they have visions of scenes they have never seen in the flesh, memories of acts and events dating back in time, the simplest explanation is that they have lived before.
They think it is their own personality, that they have only one personality; and from such a premise they can conclude only that they have lived previous lives.
At length he took it, kissed it, told me the watch should be a debt upon him that he would be paying as long as I lived.
In a word, we were now in very considerable circumstances, and every year increasing; for our new plantation grew upon our hands insensibly, and in eight years which we lived upon it, we brought it to such pitch, that the produce was at least
Thus all these difficulties were made easy, and we lived together with the greatest kindness and comfort imaginable.
They were something else, something other, something better than all this black savagery in which he lived.
Will I live again in a land of dreams--a shadow of a dream myself that will still remember the days when I lived in the warm world, the quick juices of hunger in my mouth, in the chest of the body of me the love of woman?