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Nerves
Gamaliel Bradford
as a cemetery Just prepared for occupation.— Nerves are most extraordinary. Rate it:

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Nous ne faisons la cour aux filles de Mémoire,
Joachim du Bellay
libres de passion : Si vous ne savez donc notre occupation, Ces dix vers en suivant vous la feront Rate it:

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One Dull Man
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
play more. You know you should. A change of occupation's good. Yet, when I ask you to go out, You Rate it:

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Phantasmagoria CANTO V ( Byckerment )
Lewis Carroll
"He is immensely fat, and so Well suits the occupation: In point of fact, if you must know, We usRate it:

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Quit Ragging Or Go To Hell
Nikhil Parekh
banging weak bones every instant as the greatest occupation on this Universe; instead of proving thRate it:

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Resolution and Independence
William Wordsworth
him with further words I thus bespake, "What occupation do you there pursue? This is a lonesome pRate it:

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Sonnet 41 - I thank all who have loved me in their hearts
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
went onward, each one to the mart's Or temple's occupation, beyond call. But thou, who, in my voiceRate it:

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Sonnet XLI
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
went onward, each one to the mart's Or temple's occupation, beyond call. But thou, who, in my voiceRate it:

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Sonnet XLI: I Thank All
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
went onward, each one to the mart's Or temple's occupation, beyond call. But thou, who, in my voiRate it:

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Sonnet XLVI: Parted Love
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
shall be said of this embattled day And armèd occupation of this night By all thy foes beleaguered,Rate it:

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Souvenir
Edwin Arlington Robinson
a child, I knew it was the voice Of one whose occupation was to die. Rate it:

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St. Andrew and Halloween
James McIntyre
was of the Jewish nation; A fisherman by occupation. No warlike knight with lance and sword, But hRate it:

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Table Talk
William Cowper
brethren in each other’s dress, The same their occupation and success. A. ‘Tis your belief the worlRate it:

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The Criminal V
Khalil Gibran
solace because I was empty- handed; I sought any occupation that would give me bread, but all to noRate it:

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The Intellect And The Heart
Allama Muhammad Iqbal
comprehension I am Guidance on earth is my sole occupation Like the auspicious Khidr 1 in characteRate it:

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The King's Job
Rudyard Kipling
every living man return to his occupation!" Then he explained to the mob who cheered in his palace Rate it:

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The Masque of Plenty
Rudyard Kipling
-- What is the state of the Nation? What is its occupation? Hi! get along, get along, get along --Rate it:

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The Protestant Republican
Liam Ó Comáin
by imperialists to support British Military occupation and the evil reality Of political partition…Rate it:

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THE PROVISIONAL MARTYRS
Liam Ó Comáin
and eighteen And by doing so reinforced British occupation and partition. ~ “We are on our way to Rate it:

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The Receptionist
Robert William Service
hand me I've to write My occupation. So once in a derisive mood My pRate it:

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The Rhemese
La Fontaine
was requisite!--he lived at ease, And by his occupation sought to please. A happy woman all believeRate it:

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The Roman Centurion's Song
Rudyard Kipling
Roman Occupation of Britain, A.D. 300 Legate, I had the news last night --my cohort ordered home By ships to Portus Itius and thence by road to Ro...Rate it:

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The Second Nun's Tale
Geoffrey Chaucer
- That is to say, by lawful business,* - *occupation, activity Well oughte we to *do our alRate it:

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The Susceptible Chancellor
William Schwenck Gilbert
none Is over the age of twenty-one. A pleasant occupation for A rather susceptible Chancellor! ButRate it:

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The Waggoner - Canto Third
William Wordsworth
that Wanton's noisy station, I know him and his occupation; The jolly bird hath learned his cheer URate it:

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