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The Literary World - Page 232
1892
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New England Medical Monthly and the Prescription, Volume 12

Medicine - 1893
...things. A man, says Oliver Wendell Holmes, whose opinions are never attacked is beneath contempt, for every real thought on every real subject knocks the wind out of somebody. Compesce mentcin; durum sed laevins jit patientia, quiequid corrigera est nefas; which freely translated...
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The Autocrat of the breakfast table

Oliver Wendell Holmes - American wit and humor - 1858 - 373 pages
...the shell that held a poor grub, which would never have found wings, had not the stone been lifted. You never need think you can turn over any old falsehood...subject knocks the wind out of somebody or other. As soon as his breath comes back, he very probably begins to expend it in hard words. These are the...
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The autocrat of the breakfast-table (by O.W. Holmes).

Oliver Wendell Holmes - 1858 - 271 pages
...the shell that held a poor grub, which would never have found wings, had not the stone been lifted. You never need think you can turn over any old falsehood...subject knocks the wind out of somebody or other. As soon as his breath comes back, he very probably begins to expend it in hard words. These are the...
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The Indiana School Journal, Volume 3

Education - 1858
...from the shell that held a poor grub which would never have found wings had not the stone been lifted. You never need think you can turn over any old falsehood...the horrid little population that, dwells under it. DR. ARNOLD. A little more than fifteen years have passed away since the remains of the great and good...
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The Ohio Cultivator

S.D. Harris - 1858
...poor grub, which would never have found wings had not the stone been lifted. You never need think that you can turn over any old falsehood without a terrible...of the horrid little population that dwells under it.—Atlantic Monthly. PARTING ADMONITION—BY CHAS. KINOSLKY. My fairest cbild, I have no aong to...
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Friends Intelligencer, Volume 15

Society of Friends - 1859
...poor grub, which would never have found wings had not the stone been lifted. You never need think that you can turn over any old falsehood without a terrible...the horrid little population that dwells under it. FEEDING THE HUNGRY. The hard winter of 1857-8 will be long remembered as a season when hunger griped...
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The autocrat of the breakfast table, with an intr. by G.A. Sala

Oliver Wendell Holmes - 1870
...the shell that held a poor grub, which would never have found wings, had not the stone been lifted. You never need think you can turn over any old falsehood...subject knocks the wind out of somebody or other. As soon as his breath comes back, he very probably begins to expend it in hard words. These are the...
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The Christian pioneer, ed. by J.F. Winks

Joseph Foulkes Winks - 1872
...neck. If you cannot heal the wound, do not tear it open. A woman's first counsel is the best. (ferns. Every real thought, on every real subject, knocks the wind out of somebody or other. The world has had enough of charities. It wants respect and consideration. A secret has been defined...
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The Autocrat of the Breakfast Table: Every Man His Own Boswell

Oliver Wendell Holmes - 1858 - 326 pages
...never have found wings, had not the stone been lifted. You never need think you can turn over i*ny old falsehood without a terrible squirming and scattering...subject knocks the wind out of somebody or other. As soon as his breath comes back, he very probably begins to expend it in hard words. These are the...
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The Normal Fifth Reader

Albert Newton Raub - Readers - 1878 - 416 pages
...shell that held a poor grub, which would never have found wings, had not the stone been lifted. 8. You never need think you can turn over any old falsehood...the horrid little population that dwells under it. Oliver Wendell Holmes. LESSON 83. HENRY V. TO HIS TROOPS. ONCE more unto the breach, dear friends,...
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