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" It is easy to accept the hot-air treatment for common sense — easy even for sober-minded men. The cocaine habit is not more swiftly acquired and brings a like sense of comfort and exhilaration. Slowly the Germans yielded to its sweet inducement. They... "
Keeping Up with William: In which the Honorable Socrates Potter Talks of the ... - Page 18
by Irving Bacheller - 1918 - 114 pages
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New Outlook, Volume 118

Alfred Emanuel Smith, Francis Walton - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1918
...cent pure, blue ribbon, xpurlos versenkt, honest-to-God morality! — the kind that made hell famous. I don't blame them at all. How would any one know...grabbing everything in the heaven of holy promise. Those clever Prussians had arranged with St. Peter for all the reserved seats — nothing but standing...
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Annual Report ..., Volumes 111-114

New England Society in the City of New York - 1916
...advertise it? It is easy to accept the hot air treatment for common sense — easy even for sober minded men. The cocaine habit is not more swiftly acquired...grabbing everything in the heaven of holy promise. Those clever Prussians had arranged with St. Peter for all the reserved seats — nothing but standing...
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The Red Cross Magazine, Volume 13

Red Cross and Red Crescent - 1917
...is not more swiftly acquired and brings a like sense of comfort and exhilaration. Slowly the Geimans yielded to its sweet inducement. They began to believe...grabbing everything in the heaven of holy promise. Those clever Prussians had arranged with St. Peter for all the reserved seats — nothing but standing...
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The Outlook, Volume 118

Francis Rufus Bellamy - 1918
...cent pure, blue ribbon, »purlos versenkt, honeskto-God morality! — the kind that made hell famous. I don't blame them at all. How would any one know...grabbing everything in the heaven of holy promise. Those clever Prussians had arranged with St. Peter for all the reserved seats— nothing but standing...
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