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Now stand thou back," quoth Robin, "and let the better man cross first.
Nay," answered the stranger, "then stand back shine own self, for the better man, I wet, am I.
But please, sir," says I, "if I do go to church, what the better shall I be?
Grant, cannot be in the habit of teaching others their duty every week, cannot go to church twice every Sunday, and preach such very good sermons in so good a manner as he does, without being the better for it himself.
With all the condescension of an elder brother he sometimes explained to him the true import of things, but he derived little satisfaction from arguing with him because he got the better of him too easily.
The better he knew his brother, the more he noticed that Sergey Ivanovitch, and many other people who worked for the public welfare, were not led by an impulse of the heart to care for the public good, but reasoned from intellectual considerations that it was a right thing to take interest in public affairs, and consequently took interest in them.
The Better Personal Health Assistant can also serve as a guide on many other health-related issues, from selecting a doctor, creating a family health action plan, or even sorting out how to get the most out of one's health insurance.
For the better part of the existence of the automobile, issues related to chassis have primarily been related to mechanical and hydraulic structures.
I now would like to know how does this back-end switched architecture impact costs for the better for the storage service supplier?
I am only thinking about moving forward because I believe we are committed to doing all of the things that will be necessary to make sure that the hope that we have put in their heart is realized in the better life that they will see in the future.
Apparently none of the better schools in the district had room to accept more students--at least according to those schools' principals.
The fresher the better, and uncooked better than cooked.