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The governess in Egypt. Harem life in Egypt and Constantinople - Page 226
by Emmeline Lott - 1865
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A sailor's adventures

Friedrich Wilhelm C. Gerstaecker - 1859
...friends in the way of insisting on payment of the same bill twice over, on the principle, probably, that it was impossible to have too much of a good thing; and similar little eccentricities of conduct, which the viragos in question, with culpable disregard...
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The science of home life

Albert James Bernays - History - 1866
...above 1 70. The managers, having had no experience of these baths abroad, appear to have imagined that it was impossible to have too much of a good thing. But, in truth, by overshooting the mark, they defeated their own object. However it may be explained,...
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The Seven Mountain-Travel Books

H. W. Tilman - Biography & Autobiography - 2003 - 896 pages
H.W. Tilman has been called 'arguably the best expedition writer and best explorer-mountaineer' of the 20th century. This omnibus of exploratory mountain travel covers the ...
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The Spatula, Volumes 27-28

Irving P. Fox - Pharmacy - 1920
...left with one child. It was a life thrown away under the idea that water was the only good drink, and that it was impossible to have too much of a good thing. I find one bottle of whiskey per week quite a nice little nightcap with the odd nips I Imbibe during...
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The Collected Letters of James Hogg: 1800-1819

James Hogg - History - 2004 - 490 pages
...the Edinburgh Review. One possibility is that a reviewer had commented elsewhere in the periodical that it was impossible to have too much of a good thing. Medora the lover of Conrad the pirate chief in Byron's The Corsair (1814): she dies of her grief on...
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