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Because I was talking about `household tasks' in the sentence before, and it IS one of my household tasks.
But what is to be done if I have taken it into my head that that is not the only object in life, and that if one must live one had better live in a mansion?
Many a one cannot loosen his own fetters, but is nevertheless his friend's emancipator.
ii) Pairs of opposites which are contraries are not in any way interdependent, but are contrary the one to the other.
Some of the less important dailies give one a tablespoonful of a continued story every day; it is strung across the bottom of the page, in the French fashion.
This talk went in at one ear and out at the other, for a boy who spends his life eating and sleeping does not worry about anything till it actually stares him in the face.
In a fragment like that, of course, the skill strikes one most.
In Varenka she realized that one has but to forget oneself and love others, and one will be calm, happy, and noble.
A State, I said, arises, as I conceive, out of the needs of mankind; no one is self-sufficing, but all of us have many wants.
In some of the adjoining and near-by counties the proportion was not far from six coloured persons to one white.
This gives us, so far, only those particulars which constitute one thing at one time.
As Bell had worked out his invention in Salem, one editor displayed the headline, "Salem Witchcraft.