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And not only need we breathe and exercise the soul by assuming the penalties of abstinence, of debt, of solitude, of unpopularity,--but it behooves the wise man to look with a bold eye into those rarer dangers which sometimes invade men, and to familiarize himself with disgusting forms of disease, with sounds of execration, and the vision of violent death.
Wilcox had taken the middle course, which only rarer natures can pursue.
For nothing is more precious to me, and rarer, than honesty.
Perhaps these are rarer personages than some of us think for.
gasped Raffles, and the white of his eyes showed all round the iris, a rarer thing than you may think.
What with a cooling drink adapted to the weather, but not so weak as cool; and what with a rarer tobacco than was to be bought in those parts; Tom was soon in a highly free and easy state at his end of the sofa, and more than ever disposed to admire his new friend at the other end.
Retribution may come from any voice; the hardest, cruelest, most imbruted urchin at the street-corner can inflict it; surely help and pity are rarer things, more needful for the righteous to bestow.
The Rarer Cancers Foundation said the decision by NHS England to remove more than a dozen drugs from the list dealt a "hammer blow" to desperately ill patients.
The event is generally associated with older people and it is a rarer occurrence that it strikes the younger generation.
This programme is slightly different, as it brings some rarer gems, including footage that never actually made it to air.
HERE we see a sight rarer thth th th th th th th than an an an an the he he he he he he he he he sight rarer than the Loch Ness monster swimming in the shade of a solar eclipse: it's an unflattering photograph of Rihanna.
A damning report by the Rarer Cancers Foundation today reveals Welsh patients are the victims of a cruel postcode lottery.