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Et Dona Ferentes
Rudyard Kipling
it never really mattered till the English grew polite; Till the men with polished toppers, till thRate it:

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The Boss of the Admiral Lynch
Andrew Barton Paterson
man bows and takes it, and everything's all polite -- This wasn't that sort of a picnic, this wasnRate it:

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Yet Dish
Gertrude Stein
lettuce. Let us peer let us polite let us pour, let us polite. Let us polite. XXXVII Neither is Rate it:

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Ch 01 Manner of Kings Story 17
Sa di
sittest on my head and eyes I shall be polite, for thou art polite. In short, I took a seRate it:

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Easter, 1916
William Butler Yeats
houses. I have passed with a nod of the head Or polite meaningless words, Or have lingered awhile aRate it:

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Norman and Saxon
Rudyard Kipling
is not like us Normans, His manners are not so polite. But he never means anything serious till he Rate it:

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The Dictator
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Has the caitiff not the sense To be polite and affable Like others, whose meek diffidence, At timesRate it:

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Ehsan Sehgal
nor young anymore But still, I am The polite person And the well-mannered Who knows How to respectRate it:

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Dragon Blood
the world unconcerned with the dissimulation of polite society busy little bee's bouncing off realRate it:

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She dealt her pretty words like Blades
Emily Dickinson
ill the Creatures bear— To Ache is human—not polite— The Film upon the eye Mortality's old Custom—Rate it:

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Take your Heaven further on
Emily Dickinson
to Your Courtesies Than this Sufferer polite— Dressed to meet You— See—in White! Rate it:

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Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
of office dangle At a most inviting angle Be polite. In the legislative struggle, When in officRate it:

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Smoke Signals
by light friendly caress bordering the edges of polite chatter that sparkle in your eye highlights Rate it:

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An Octopus
Marianne Moore
thinking that you have progressed, under the polite needles of the larches 'hung to filter, not to Rate it:

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The Temple of Friendship
was then a vacancy at court; Away each friend polite that moment flies, Forsakes at once the templeRate it:

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A Lay of St. Nicholas
Richard Harris Barham
cup with a smack, He grew less pious and more polite. She pledged him once, and she pledged him Rate it:

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A New John Bull
Henry Lawson
Justice, to be understood, He’d listen all polite, And do his very best to set The monkey grievanceRate it:

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A Passage
John Boyle O'Reilly
quaff; He grows formal with men, and with women polite, And distrustful of both when they're out Rate it:

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A Poem: To The Memory of Mrs. Oldfield
Richard Savage
Pedant far behind. Such finish'd Breeding, so polite a Taste, Her Fancy always for the Fashion pastRate it:

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A Psalm Of Fortitude
Joseph Furphy
languish or repine; But let her know, in terms polite, That she has made your future bright; TheRate it:

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A Question
Ellis Parker Butler
torn And I am sore perplexed. The rooster so politely stands While waiting for his food, But when Rate it:

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Advice To The Ladies At Bath. Written By A Lady.
Mary Barber
innocently gay; Or, like the Mother, prudent and polite. Rate it:

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An Alphabet of Famous Goops
Gelett Burgess
Stop his Play! 55 When SHADRACH Cared to be Polite, they Called him Gentlemanly, Quite; 56 HisRate it:

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An Answer To The Rebus, By The Author Of These Poems
Phillis Wheatley
which regal crowns compose; Boston's a town, polite and debonair, To which the beaux and beauteous Rate it:

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An Apology for the Bottle Volcanic
Vachel Lindsay
my ma, and do the chores, and speak to folks polite, My bottle spreads a rainbow-mist, and from theRate it:

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