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“Your friends will know you better in the first minute you meet than your acquaintances will know you in a thousand years.”
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“I suppose the stern and the cruel ones rule the world. If so, I shall be content to try to live each day within the limits of my conscience and let great plaudits go to those who are willing to pay the price for it.”
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“He felt shocked. But he also felt in some way relieved, for it is better to admit some facts, even hard, bitter facts, than to go on pretending that they don't exist.”
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“The works of nature are so diversified as everywhere to strike a reflecting mind with astonishment. Opposites are often combine in the same animal.”
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