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Of Justice
John Denham
of suitors throng thy door, Be sure no great offenders 'scape their dooms; Small praise from lenitRate it:

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Drought and Doctrine
James Brunton Stephens
level best, Went an' owned to bein' “mis'rable offenders” with the rest. An' nigh upon the finish,Rate it:

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Sonnet 42: That thou hast her, it is not all my grief
William Shakespeare
loss in love that touches me more nearly. Loving offenders, thus I will excuse ye: Thou dost love hRate it:

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Tarquin And Tullia
John Dryden
sanctuary was opened in his court, Where glad offenders safely might resort. Great was the crowd,Rate it:

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The Borough. Letter XXIV: Schools
George Crabbe
nimbly walks about; With band of yarn she keeps offenders in, And to her gown the sturdiest rogue cRate it:

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The Day Of Wrath / Dies Iræ
Ambrose Bierce
them undetected. Statuens in parte dextra. When offenders are indited, Confutatis maledictis, And Rate it:

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The Famous Speech-Maker Of England Or Baron (Alias Barren) Lovel’s Charge At The Assizes At Exon, April 5, 1710
Jonathan Swift
execute laws, As you may suppose, Upon such as offenders have been. So then, not to scatter More woRate it:

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The Princess (part 1)
Alfred Lord Tennyson
long arms and hands Reached out, and picked offenders from the mass For judgment. NoRate it:

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The Steel Glass
George Gascoigne
might have pacified, Or else have made offenders smell the smoke). And now the youth which mighRate it:

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The Task: Book III. -- The Garden
William Cowper
were nice in honour in those days, And judged offenders well. Then he that sharp’d, And pocketed aRate it:

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They'll None of 'Em Be Missed
William Schwenck Gilbert
a little list - I've got a little list Of social offenders who might well be underground, And who nRate it:

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To the King
Edmund Waller
And all that's built upon't, to ruin goes. Offenders now, the chiefest, do begin To strive for Rate it:

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Upon His Majesty's Happy Return
Edmund Waller
And all that's built upon't, to ruin goes. Offenders now, the chiefest, do begin To strive for Rate it:

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Weeding
Charles Lamb
take up a flower's sweet room?' On the odious offenders enragëd she flew; But she presently found Rate it:

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