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“The young have aspirations that never come to pass, the old have reminiscences of what never happened.”
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“To be clever in the afternoon argues that one is dining nowhere in the evening.”
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“Never,” wrote Reginald to his most darling friend, “be a pioneer. It's the Early Christian that gets the fattest lion.”
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“I did it—I who should have known better. I persuaded Reginald to go to the McKillops’ garden-party against his will.

We all make mistakes occasionally.”
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“Right and wrong, good conduct and moral rectitude, have certain well-defined limits.” “So, for the matter of that,” replied Reginald, “has the Russian Empire.  The trouble is that the limits are not always in the same place.”
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