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Page 6 - Higness must take this bat and with it beat about this ball, until you perspire very freely. You must do this every day. " His Highness did so ; and, in a short time the exercise of playing at bat and ball with the Dervish cured the Sultan's malady.
Page 6 - He knew that mankind in general require to be cheated, gulled, cajoled, even into doing that which is to benefit themselves. He did not therefore tell the sultan, who consulted him, to take exercise ; but he said to him : " Here is a ball which I have stuffed with certain rare, costly, and precious medicinal herbs.
Page 3 - Is the essential feature of a woman her weakness, just as the essential feature of a man is his strength, not merely physical, but mental and moral strength ? I do not think so. Woman is a second edition of man, if you will ; therefore, like most second editions, an improvement on the first ! As Lessing puts it, " Nature meant to make woman its masterpiece.
Page 47 - A volleyer, to my mind, is much easier to play against than a base-liner, and most of the firstclass base-line players agree with me. The great physical exertion entailed in running...
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