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I wish I loved the human Race,
I wish I loved its silly face,
I wish I liked the way it walks,
I wish I liked the way it talks,
And when I'm introduced to one,
I wish I thought "what jolly fun"!
In an examination those who do not wish to know ask questions of those who cannot tell.
Eat slowly: only men in rags
And gluttons old in sin
Mistake themselves for carpet bags
and tumble victuals in.
God's most candid critics are those of his children whom he has made poets.
The cavalry, in particular, were not friendly to the aeroplane, which it was believed, would frighten the horses.
The engine is the heart of an aeroplane, but the pilot is its soul.
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May 13, 1922
Sir Walter Alexander Raleigh was an English scholar, poet, and author. Raleigh was also a Cambridge Apostle.
The English novel
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Short Works of Sir Walter Alexander Raleigh
Six essays on Johnson
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