### 2015N1

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#### @ʊTOƉʊTO

Usually he had his waistcoat pockets full of little nicknacks, rings, cigarette lighters, watches, and such.

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#### AJ}̈Ӗ

It was never my instinct to look for help, to seek favour for advancement; c
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#### Bɗr

For his formal language Theodore Gericault has looked to an earlier heroic age\the High Renaissance\to Michelangelofs Deluge and his Atheletes in the Sistine.
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#### CZ~R͉؂邩

The important thing is that the feeling of the poet should be imparted to the reader; by his verbal creation the poet should re-create in the reader a sharing of joy with his joy, hope with his hope, sorrow with his sorrow.
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#### Ds莌͂ǂɊ|邩

Take a man by himself, and there is generally some reason to be found in him, some disposition for good.
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to be found in hiḿAOsome reasonsome dispositionɊ|B̈ʒuɗĂ̂́AɒuƃJ}ȉ̌㔼dȂăoX߁B

#### Ewith sincerity͂ǂɊ|邩

In the political life of democracies we see men enthusiastically supported and really admired with sincerity so long as they remain in opposition, c
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#### Fbrought on͂ǂɊ|邩

Most of us think a good deal about faces: about our own with vanity, resignation, anxiety and the unease brought on by self-consciousness, c
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brought on by self-consciousnessthêƂŃubNAÖA̖ɂ͊|ȂB

#### Gin oppressed countries͂ǂɊ|邩

I am not thinking only of revolutionaries, socialists, nationalists in oppressed countries, and such.
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#### HGȊ|𕪉Ă

But I have thought that in an age in which education, and its improvement, are the subject of more, if not of profounder study than at any former period of English history, it may be useful that there should be some record of an education which was unusual and remarkable, and which, whatever else it may have done, has proved how much more than is commonly supposed may be taught, and well taught, in those early years which, in the common modes of what is called instruction, are little better than wasted.

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