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To all those belauded sages of the academic chairs, wisdom was sleep without dreams: they knew no higher significance of life.
When the difficulty of learning the English language was subtracted, I found that in the matter of learning trades and in mastering academic studies there was little difference between the coloured and Indian students.
She had lived with her father and sister in a queer old-fashioned, expatriated, artistic Bohemia, in the days when the aesthetic was only the academic and the painters who knew the best models for a contadina and pifferaro wore peaked hats and long hair.
Neither saw the difference between local truth and universal truth; that what the inner world said in their clerical and academic hearing was quite a different thing from what the outer world was thinking.
The philosopher of the half-educated,' he was called by an academic Philosopher who was not worthy to pollute the atmosphere he breathed.
We can measure the unknown only by the known," I replied, in my finest academic manner.
Having obtained from this clerk a direction to the academic grove in question, I set out, the same afternoon, to visit my old schoolfellow.
In order to compel competition, according to the academic theories of the day, licenses were given to thir- teen private companies.
Here he continued peacefully to wander amid the academic bowers, until the blast of war rung in his ears, and called him to the field of honour.
Peele and Greene were University men who wrote partly for Court or academic audiences, partly for the popular stage.
the males looked at sports as an alternative to academics.
I know what I've done, and what I do in my classroom to help my students progress in academics and in English.