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    facts of life

    1. Do it now, or accept the blindingly obvious facts of life; you never really had it in you, Billy, you were never really a player

    2. should never be biased in research or objective opinion, therefore, the subjects to be presented in the future may carry certain overtones that have become attached throughout the ages, but it is the essence and objective truth that will be presented when dealing with concepts and principles, these Universal facts of Life

    3. I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived

    4. knowledgeable about the ‘facts of life’ as she put it, explaining that there were older pupils than him attending the school that would be perhaps wiser in that regard

    5. Intellectual strivings may reveal the facts of life, but the gospel of the kingdom unfolds the truths of being

    6. Your belief systems get challenged by the ‘facts of life

    7. True art is the effective manipulation of the material things of life; religion is the ennobling transformation of the material facts of life, and it never ceases in its spiritual evaluation of art

    8. But, to try to hold people to errorless standards is contrary to the facts of life

    9. Nowadays we do not need to do any further explanation any more because our children are being èducatingìn a formal manner about this subject in an institutional manner that is currently being based around the facts of life instead of fantasies

    10. He only used the facts of life, pain, wisdom and art

    11. She was going to live like the poor and among them, smooth away their sorrows and increase their joys, give them, as it were, a cheery arm along the rough path of poverty, and in doing it get down herself out of the clouds to the very soil, to the very beginnings and solid elementary facts of life

    12. It may be hard to believe that a boy of twelve had no inkling to the facts of life

    13. I belonged to the half that have and felt that was enough to do as I pleased, my philosophy a crutch and a counterweight to desire, insensitive to the scales as they tipped with time, ideals ripped up by the facts of life

    14. The idea, then, that Asiatics never speak except in metaphors, and that the Biblical writers are but examples of the Asiatic genius, is to misconceive the facts of life and of history

    15. But they were also the words of one who had not thrown off the burden of faith by a desperate rush into theories, which, if they help a man to imagine himself 'sufficient, to grapple with the facts of life and of destiny, relieve only for a moment, by an artificial light not kindled at 'the fountain itself of heavenly radiance,’ and that soon dies out, leaving the darkness deeper than before

    16. " Plain women he regarded as he did the other severe facts of life, to be faced with philosophy and investigated by science

    17. Thus, by easy stages, the owners of the business were told the facts of life bearing on their property

    18. Thus we are suggesting only that the aggressive investor recognize the facts of life as it is lived by secondary issues and that they accept the central market levels that are normal for that class as their guide in fixing their own levels for purchase

    19. Common sense tells us that this approach heavily distorts the facts of life because market prices are considerably less important to some security holders and some companies than they are to others

    20. In Prince Andrew’s eyes Speranski was the man he would himself have wished to be- one who explained all the facts of life reasonably, considered important only what was rational, and was capable of applying the standard of reason to everything

    21. In Prince Andrew’s eyes Speránski was the man he would himself have wished to be—one who explained all the facts of life reasonably, considered important only what was rational, and was capable of applying the standard of reason to everything

    22. These people advance the opinion that the amelioration of life, the bringing of the facts of life into harmony with the conscience, will come, not as the result of the personal efforts of individual men, but of itself as the result of a certain possible reconstruction of society effected in some way or other

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