Man is a two-legged animal without feathers.
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Let parents bequeath to their children not riches, but the spirit of reverence.
When there is an income tax, the just will pay more and the unjust less
Medicine is an art, and attends to the nature and constitution of the patient, and has principles of action And reason in each case.
The highest reach of injustice is to be deemed just when you are not.
Your silence gives consent.
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