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Jacian Obregon. It sounds like a melody. Or a tragedy. -- Lisa Mcmann
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But Greece and her foundations are Built below the tide of war, Based on the crystalline sea Of thought and its eternity; Her citizens, imperial spirits, Rule the present from the past, On all this world of men inherits Their seal is set. -- Percy Bysshe Shelley
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The time had come, the people should know the son of Hastur, and the whole world bow to the black stars which hang in the sky over Carcosa. -- Robert W. Chambers
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There's a saying," Aeneas said: "Keep an eye on Greeks when they offer gifts." He spoke wryly. "Horses, particularly. -- Ursula K. Le Guin
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We two [Deucalion and Pyrrha, after the deluge] form a multitude.
[Lat., Nos duo turba sumus.] -- Ovid
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Saul of Tarsus on the Damascene road. -- Christopher Hitchens
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Despairing Dido, queen of ancient Carthage, slain by her own hand as her magnificent lover Aeneas lifts anchor and sails away forever: this is one of the most haunting and permanent images of the classical world. -- Thomas Cahill
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For my part, it was Greek to me. -- William Shakespeare
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Until the blood from my pen runs dry, I shall worship the Greek body, the Greek mind, and the Greek soul.
Until my tears land upon Greek soil, I shall forever live in exile. -- Pietros Maneos
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This information is not too difficult to follow, provided that the reader takes an interest in, and has no distaste, for the minutiae of Greek architectural detail... -- Rhys Carpenter
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Two thousand summers have imparted to the monuments of Grecian literature, as to her marbles, only a maturer golden and autumnal tint, for they have carried their own serene and celestial atmosphere into all lands to protect them against the corrosion of time. -- Henry David Thoreau
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The Beauty which old Greece or RomeSung, painted, wrought, lies close at home. -- John Greenleaf Whittier
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We are on a difficult course, on a new Odyssey for Greece, but we know the road to Ithaca and have charted the waters. -- George Papandreou
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he swung and the carnatur dodged
he ducked when it tried to knock him from his perch
"no account plants,"
his sword glanced of the green bulb and the plant hissed
"that have no purpose on this earth but to ruin my day. -- Nicole Sager
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Seas move away, why not lovers? The harbours of Ephesus, the rivers of Heraclitus disappear and are replaced by estuaries of silt. The wife of Candaules becomes the wife of Gyges. Libraries burn. -- Michael Ondaatje
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Whatever universal masterpiece of tomorrow may be wrought from phantasm or terror will owe its acceptance rather to a supreme workmanship than to a sympathetic theme. Yet who shall declare the dark theme a positive handicap? Radiant with beauty, the Cup of the Ptolemies was carven of onyx. -- H.p. Lovecraft
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Athens, the eye of Greece, mother of arts And eloquence. -- John Milton
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Mantua gave me birth, Calabri snatched me away, now Parthenope holds me; I sang of shepherds, pastures, and heroes. -Mantua me genuit, Calabri rapuere, tenet nunc Parthenope, cecini pascua, rura, duces -- Virgil
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This grossly advertised wonder [Venice], this gold idol with clay feet, this trompe-l'oeil, this painted deception, this cliche-what intelligent iconoclast could fail to experience a destructive impulse in her presence? -- Mary Mccarthy
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She drove her chariot like a centurion. -- Whitley Strieber
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Be that blind bard who on the Chian strand, By those deep sounds possessed with inward light, Beheld the Iliad and the Odyssey Rise to the swelling of the voiceful sea. -- Samuel Taylor Coleridge
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Hi there. I am the Gwarda, Breccan, the good-looking, sweet one." He winked. "The one thundering, yet, remaining aloof," he said loudly and continued, "is Darius. He's a savage, you know," he said quietly, leaning closer like he was telling her a secret. -- Madison Thorne Grey
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Visigoth and Gaul, politics and plague. She fought on, struggling in tandem with antiquated interpretations and outmoded explanations, wondering at the senselessness of something so strong, so powerful, so immovable fading from history, disappearing, once and for all time, into shadow and dust. -- Fiddles Mcmonkeypants
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I knew that no matter what door you knock on in a Cretan village, it will be opened for you. A meal will be served in your honor, and you will sleep between the best sheets in the house. In Crete, the stranger is still the unknown god. Before him, all doors and all hearts are opened. -- Nikos Kazantzakis
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In writing 'A Portrait of Athens' I have attempted - rather impressionistically - to give a panorama of its present. But I have also brought in its past because I sincerely think that there is a continuity. -- Louis Macneice
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To cleave that sea [the Aegean] in the gentle autumnal season, murmuring the name of each islet, is to my mind the joy most apt to transport the heart of man into paradise. -- Nikos Kazantzakis
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The historical sense compels a man to write not merely with his own generation in his bones, but with a feeling that the whole of literature from Homer and within it the whole of the literature of his own country has a simultaneous existence and composes a simultaneous order. -- T. S. Eliot
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The Greeks' sculpture and athletics celebrated the human form, their literature and music human passion, their discourse and philosophy human reason. In -- Steven Pressfield
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A very great Iliad ... concerns the creation of a nation. -- Raymond Queneau
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Captive Greece took captive her savage conquerer and brought the arts to rustic Latium -- Horace
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hydra of revolution, -- Leo Tolstoy
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Calumny crosses oceans, scales mountains and traverses deserts, with greater ease than the Scythian Abaris, and like him, rides upon a poisoned arrow. -- Charles Caleb Colton
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The earliest full-length account of a chariot race appears in Book xxiii of the Iliad. -- Richard Arnold Epstein
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But then the Egyptian noodle made carnal embrace with the enemy who burned the great library of Alexandria without so much as a fine for all that is overdue! -- Tom Stoppard
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Demetrius appeared -- R. Cameron Cooke
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Your ancestors invaded Macedonia and the rest of Greece and did us great harm, though we had done them no prior injury; ... [and] I have been appointed leader of the Greeks ... -- Arrian
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In Homer and Chaucer there is more of the innocence and serenity of youth than in the more modern and moral poets. The Iliad is not Sabbath but morning reading, and men cling to this old song, because they still have moments of unbaptized and uncommitted life, which give them an appetite for more. -- Henry David Thoreau
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Polybius more than 150 years earlier, -- Mary Beard
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Where the Greeks had modesty, we have cant; where they had poetry, we have cant; where they had patriotism, we have cant; where they had anything that exalts, delights, or adorns humanity, we have nothing but cant, cant, cant. -- Thomas Love Peacock
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Aziraphale was a Principality, but people made -- Anonymous
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On desperate seas long wont to roam,
Thy hyacinth hair, thy classic face,
Thy Naiad airs have brought me home
To the glory that was Greece,
And the grandeur that was Rome. -- Edgar Allan Poe
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prestidigitator, -- Jay Samit
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Quid confert animae pugna Hectoris, vel disputatio Platonis, aut carmina Maronis, vel neniae Nasonis? Of what benefit to the soul are the struggles of Hector, the disputations of Plato, the songs of Virgil, or the dirges of Ovid? -- Honorius Augustodunensis
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Today I want to send a message of optismism to all Greeks. Our road, our path, will be more stabilised. Our country will be in a better situation. We will be stronger. -- George Papandreou
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Castiglione has 150 employees. But every March another 120 are hired to work the tonnara. The leader is known by the Arab word Raiz, and the fishermen sing an Arab song, "Cialome" (pronounced SHALOMAY), to invoke the gods for the hunt. -- Mark Kurlansky
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Your ancestors came to Macedonia and the rest of Hellas [Greece] and did us great harm, though we had done them no prior injury. I have been appointed leader of the Greeks, and wanting to punish the Persians I have come to Asia, which I took from you. -- Alexander The Great
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Cadus spoke the local Greek better than I did; they stretch the vowels here, and round them off, so that words that look the same on the written page sound as if they are spoken by a goat with catarrh. -- M.c. Scott
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Sing, O muse, of the rage of Achilles, son of Peleus, that brought countless ills upon the Achaeans. -- Homer
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Praise me not too much,
Nor blame me, for thou speakest to the Greeks
Who know me. -- Homer
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Till Homer's ghost came whispering to my mind.He said: I made the Iliad from such
A local row. Gods make their own importance. -- Patrick Kavanagh
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LODOVICO You must forsake this room, and go with us: Your power and your command is taken off, And Cassio rules in Cyprus. For this slave, - If there be any cunning cruelty That can torment him much and -- William Shakespeare
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Cezanne, you see, is a sort of God of painting. -- Henri Matisse
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Laurene, Eve, Erin, and Lisa at the Corinth Canal in Greece, 2006: For young people, this -- Walter Isaacson
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My recollections of Armenia open new visions for me. My art is therefore a growth art where forms, pines, shapes, memories of Armenia germinate, breathe, expand and contract, multiply and thereby create new paths for exploration. -- Arshile Gorky
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You must talk to me, Caravaggio. Or am I just a book? Something to be read, some creature to be tempted out of a loch and shot full of morphine, full of corridors, lies, loose vegetation, pockets of stones. -- Michael Ondaatje
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The doings of men, their prayers, fear, wrath, pleasure, delights, and recreations, are the subject of this book.
[Lat., Quicquid agunt homines, votum, timor, ira, voluptas, gaudia, discursus, nostri est farrago libelli.] -- Juvenal
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Damoclean, but these were people without pretense or affectation, -- John Cheever
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I've always felt, with 'The Iliad,' a real frustration that it's read wrong. That it's turned into this public school poem, which I don't think it is. That glamorising of war, and white-limbed, flowing-haired Greek heroes - it's become a cliched, British empire part of our culture. -- Alice Oswald
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Correggio, Caravaggio, Titian, Tintoretto. In them she saw distance and cruelty. Bodies pierced, flayed, crucified. A parade of morbid flesh. -- Richard House
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In Sparta , paintings have been taken out of certain walls by cutting through the bricks, then have been placed in wooden frames, and so brought to the Comitium to adorn the aedileship of [C. Visellius] Varro and [C. Licinius] Murena. -- Marcus Vitruvius Pollio
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The active cavalry of Scythia is always followed, in their most distant and rapid incursions, by an adequate number of spare horses, who may be occasionally used, either to redouble the speed, or to satisfy the hunger, of the barbarians. Many are the resources of courage and poverty. -- Edward Gibbon
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Efferfreshpainted livy, in beautific repose, upon the silence of the dead, from pharoph the nextfirst down to ramescheckles the last bust thing. The Vico road goes round and round to meet where terms begin. -- James Joyce
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Trust not the horse, O Trojans. Be it what it may, I fear the Grecians even when they offer gifts. -- Virgil
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A Grecian history, perfectly written should be a complete record of the rise and progress of poetry, philosophy, and the arts. -- Thomas B. Macaulay
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THE PRIMARY aim of this book is to explain the remarkable rule which regulated the succession to the priesthood of Diana at Aricia. -- James George Frazer
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Casildea de Vandalia, the rawest and best -- Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra
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Never argue Greek legends with a Greek... -- Kate Walker
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In wondrous ways do the gods make sport with men.
[Lat., Miris modis Di ludos faciunt hominibus.] -- Plautus
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Iliad's subject is not war or its wickedness but a crisis in how to be. -- Adam Nicolson
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Graecum est, non legitur," I finished his sentence, humiliated. "It is Greek to me." "Exactly; -- Umberto Eco
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Whoever gulps down wine as a horse gulps down water is called a Scythian. -- Athenaeus
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There is a single thread of attitude, a single direction of flow, that joins our present time to its early burgeoning in Mediterranean civilization. -- Arthur Erickson
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One whom the infernal gods of Hannibal will cause to be reborn, terror of mankind; never more horror nor worse days in the past than will come to the Romans through Babel. -- Nostradamus
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The moment Aires' car rumbled beneath me, I'd known that I needed Noah in my life. Aires' death had left a gaping hole in my heart. I thought all I needed was that car to run. Wrong. A car would never fill the emptiness, but love could. -- Katie Mcgarry
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Periplus of the Erythrean Sea, written -- Jared Diamond
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All the wonders of the Greek civilization heaped together are less wonderful than the single book of Psalms. Greece had all that this world could give her; but the flowers of Paradise blossomed in Palestine alone. -- William E. Gladstone
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War wreaked on you his hideous ravishment;
We, we alone, Nereids inviolate,
Remain to weep, with the sea-birds to chant:
Corinth is lost, Corinth is desolate. -- Hilda Doolittle
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The more we deny ourselves, the more the gods supply our wants.
[Lat., Quanto quisque sibi plura negaverit,
A dis plura feret.] -- Horace
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To pile Pelion upon Olympus.
[Lat., Pelion imposuisse Olympo.] -- Horace
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Conan stared at the hand holding the pendant. The grim god of his Cimmerian northcountry, Crom, Lord of the Mound, gave a man only life and will. What he did with them, or failed to do, was up to him alone. Life and will. -- Robert Jordan
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The olive grove of Academe, Plato's retirement, where the Attic bird Trills her thick-warbled notes the summer long. -- John Milton
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Greece is like a mirror. It makes you suffer. Then you learn.'
To live alone?'
To live. With what you are. -- John Fowles
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Prickomo fucking cocksca. That bastard old arsehole-fucker. -- Joe Abercrombie
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If Greece were a woman so sensually provocative that I must fall physically and desperately in love with her, and at the same time so calmly aristocratic that I should never be able to approach her. -- John Fowles
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I threw out all those Latin words - the ones that end in 'ion' - the ones that never quite describe you ... -- John Geddes
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With Cosette's garter, Homer would make the Iliad. He would put into his poem an old babbler like me, and he would call him Nestor. -- Victor Hugo
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Lothaire Konstantin Daciano, Sovereign of Dacia, the Realm of Blood and Mist. -- Kresley Cole
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Suspected and Denounced enemy of the Republic, Aristocrat, one of a family of tyrants, one of a race proscribed, for that they had used their abolished privileges to the infamous oppression of the people. Charles Evremonde, called Darnay, in right of such proscription, absolutely Dead in Law. -- Charles Dickens
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Without oblivion, there is no remembrance possible. When both oblivion and memory are wise, when the general soul of man is clear, melodious, true, there may come a modern Iliad as memorial of the Past. -- Thomas Carlyle
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The gitano is the most distinguished, profound and aristocratic element in my country, the one that most represents its Way of being and best preserves the fire, the blood and the alphabet of Andalusian and universal truth ... -- Federico Garcia Lorca
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Greece is a bleak, unsmiling desert, without agriculture, manufactures or commerce, apparently. What supports its poverty-stricken people or its Government, is a mystery. -- Mark Twain
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Welcome, welcome to Caraval! The grandest show on land or by sea. Inside you'll experience more wonders than most people see in a lifetime. You can sip magic from a cup and buy dreams in a bottle. But before you fully enter into our world, you must remember it's all a game. -- Stephanie Garber
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By wine eating cares are put to flight.
[Lat., Vino diffugiunt mordaces curae.] -- Horace
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At last the armies clashed at one strategic point, They slammed their shields together, pike scraped pike With the grappling strength of fighters armed in bronze And their round shields pounded, boss on welded boss, And the sound of struggle roared and rocked the earth. The Iliad, Book 4 -- Rick Atkinson
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He was asked, then, who was this Winged Grief? And Gallan said, 'There is but one left who would dare command me. One who would not weep and yet had taken into his soul a people's sorrow, a realm's sorrow. His name was Silchas Ruin. -- Steven Erikson
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EPUB Edition JUNE 2015 ISBN 9780062363251 Version 060815 15 16 17 18 19 OV/RRD 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 -- Paul Tremblay
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But truly, if I were not Alexander, I would be Diogenes. -- Alexander The Great
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A laudation in Greek is of marvellous efficacy on the title-page of a book. -- Moliere
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Yossarian!!!(?)! -- Joseph Heller
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Charcy is claimed for Akielos.' As he rose, Damen wrapped his hand around its wooden pole and planted it in the earth. The -- C.s. Pacat