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Lines on the Credit Valley Trip
James McIntyre
The Credit Valley Railway company having placed a car at the disposal of the Ingersoll corporation, the Council kindly asked us to accompany them t...Rate it:

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The Absent-Minded Beggar
Rudyard Kipling
look after their things?) Pass the hat for your credit's sake, and pay - pay - pay ! There are girRate it:

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Henry Lawson
don’t know if it’s true; For we scarcely dare to credit ev’rything they say who edit Those unhappy Rate it:

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The Borough. Letter XXIII: Prisons
George Crabbe
are the guilty race, who mean to live On credit, that credulity will give; Who purchase, conscious Rate it:

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A Woman's Way
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
when I score, it 'urts me dignerty To 'ave the credit grabbed out uv me 'ands. I shouldn't look ferRate it:

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Mercurius Gallo-Belgicus
John Donne
have had more faith, if thou hadst less. Thy credit lost thy credit. 'Tis sin to do, In this case, Rate it:

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Poor little Heart!
Emily Dickinson
little Heart! I would not break thee— Could'st credit me? Could'st credit me? Gay little Heart— LiRate it:

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Satire III
Mathurin Regnier
Sans parler, je t'entends : il faut suivre l'orage ; Aussi bien on ne peut où choisir avantage ; Nous vivons à tâtons et, dans ce monde ici, Souv...Rate it:

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St. Martin's Summer
Robert Louis Stevenson
back again to me. I know not which to credit, O lady of my heart! Your eyes that bade me linger, YRate it:

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The Borough. Letter XVI: Inhabitants Of The Alms-House. Benlow
George Crabbe
son, those fair possessions sold, And lost his credit, while he spent the gold: He was a jovial traRate it:

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The Princess And The Page
Harriet Monroe
whom evil spells Held in deep sleep; and men of credit Tried all in vain, the story tells, Week Rate it:

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Gun I & II
Mario William Vitale
as a caboose the drinks were flowing and our credit was showing had to barter for a new suit then hRate it:

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Alan Parry-Booth
work to do and bills to pay A struggle for a credit page That we may visit in old age. And yet, whRate it:

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Anne Killigrew
(if Fame you will believe, To ancient Story any credit give.) Who when the Globe of Earth he had sRate it:

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Exodus Parthenidae
Adam Lindsay Gordon
just as well that I let him go ; For if my creditors won't be losers, I've set them scratching theiRate it:

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Satire II
Mathurin Regnier
...Aussi, lors que l'on voit un homme par la rue Dont le rabat est sale et la chausse rompue, Ses grègues aux genoux, au coude son pourpoint, Qu...Rate it:

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1989-2017 Poetic Work Of Mario William Vitale
Mario William Vitale
1,000 poems & 2 short story's toward credit platform. Vitale has taken the poetic world bRate it:

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60 Newest Poems By Mario W. Vitale
ario William Vitale
over 1,000 poems & 2 short story's toward credit platform. Vitale has taken the poetic world bRate it:

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A Career In Letters
Ambrose Bierce
devel'p;' And straightway bought with coin and credit The _Thundergust_ for him to edit. The greatRate it:

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A Letter To A Friend,
Mary Barber
Apollo said it, They'll all combine to blast his Credit: But if, in solid Wealth secure, Their vainRate it:

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A Man
Ambrose Bierce
newly written entry, black and big, Upon the credit side of thine account, Pennoyer, Governor of OrRate it:

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A Spiritual Manifestation
John Greenleaf Whittier
looking backward on my times, This credit I am taking; I kept each sectary's dish apart, No spirituRate it:

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Janet Hamilton
horrid carnival of death Is so exhausting; credit, gold, Blood, name, and fame-all, all are sold! Rate it:

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Amoretti LXXIX: Men Call you Fair
Edmund Spenser
Men call you fair, and you do credit it, For that your self ye daily such do see: But the true fair, that is the gentle wit, And vertuo...Rate it:

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An Ode In Time of Inauguration
Franklin P. Adams
I think, to do the decent thing, Ti Wit: give credit to my many sources: Barnes's "Brief History Rate it:

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