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The statesmen who drew up the.
The statesmen of Lincoln’s time.
American Senator and Statesmen (1782-1852).
Gibson has informed the ministers and statesmen.
Noted Princes, Authors, and Statesmen of our Time.
It has given Germany no great warriors or statesmen.
At the period of which I speak, we had such statesmen.

Great statesmen err, and why not small medical men? Mr.
The two statesmen bowed and walked gravely from the room.
My husband says there are few statesmen like him in Europe.
Her heroes and statesmen were stimulated thereby to fulfil her destiny.
Her statesmen, bards and warriors raised Before the nations of the World.
The two statesmen exchanged a quick glance and the Premier's shaggy eyebrows.
The South produced statesmen and soldiers, planters and adopt such low callings.
Picts, Atlanteans and Lemurians were their generals, their statesmen, often their kings.
It was thus the greatest orator, and one of the greatest statesmen of antiquity, reasoned.
The wisdom of statesmen seems utterly unable to prevent wars and confusion in every direction.
The bourgeoisie then, as well as the statesmen, required a man who should express this word Halt.
The two statesmen exchanged a quick glance and the Premier's shaggy eyebrows gathered in a frown.
Let us apply the first indication to those for whose welfare the activity of statesmen is bestowed.
The wisdom of our statesmen has been taxed to the utmost to avert calamities continually impending.
We should have paid heed to cynics like Butler who knew, instead of statesmen who felt—and talked.
The works of statesmen, writers, painters, architects, are all short-lived: your soul will outlive them all.
Statesmen and legislators, standing so completely within the institution, never distinctly and nakedly behold it.
The statesmen of Lincoln’s time and previous times dealt with questions of eternal truth, of human rights and justice.
And that we have been betrayed into it by statesmen and orators mouthing catchwords and prejudices, said Melly rapidly.
There was Anton snapped in the company of statesmen, controversial industrialists, people from the entertainment industry….
No wonder that mankind have been in the habit of calling statesmen of this class pedants, sophisters, doctrinaires, visionaries.
Only a few statesmen, chief among them Winston Churchill, at the time put Mein Kampf and the messages of Hitler’s oratory together.
Some of the most splendid traits of human nature develop among these grand statesmen and their dignified wives, mothers, and daughters.
Everywhere you looked, he was pictured with his family, with his musical friends, and with a good many statesmen, pashas, and potentates.
Statesmen know it, feel it; they do not reason to it, but from it; they never lose sight of it, but are guided by it in all their measures.
Savants, poets, philosophers, foreign mineralogists, statesmen, after conversing in the morning with me, will visit her salon in the evening.
Those statesmen who have been disposed to favour it with particular encouragement, seem to have mistaken the effect and symptom for the cause.
A flash of craven inspiration suggested to him an expedient not unknown to European statesmen when they wish to delay a difficult negotiation.
Statesmen (I include the Church dignitaries appointed by the government in the category of statesmen) are, it is said, of use to those whom they govern.
Not left or right or old or new, but the mechanics of it: compromise, diplomacy, and the avoidance of war, which was what happened when statesmen failed.
For, notwithstanding all the vaunting of statesmen, their whole business is to apply an enlarged common sense to the affairs intrusted to their management.
The skilful in our century have conferred on themselves the title of Statesmen; so that this word, statesmen, has ended by becoming somewhat of a slang word.
One of the few international statesmen with the vision to realise the consequences of this development was none other than South African Prime Minister Jan Smuts.

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