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    Jane Austen can in fact get more drama out of morality than most other writers can get from shipwreck, battle, murder, or mayhem.

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    June 2005 is the five year anniversary of the debut of Battle Pope.

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    Just because you can do something, it doesn't mean you need to - restraint is something I admire. At the end of the day, it is still a battle between good vs. crap.

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    Kariakin-Shirov saw another theoretical battle in the 6...Bc5 Spanish, which has been one of the opening tabiyas of the event. [...] The most remarkable feature of the game, and a testament to the depth of Kariakin's preparation, is that when the draw was agreed at move 39, his clock showed 1.52 remaining, some twelve minutes more than he started the game with!

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    Keep this straight in your head: we are not fighting an alien invasion - we're leading a revolution. And today the battle begins.

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    King Of The Dot is huge; battle rap is huge right now. My first battle that I went to was King Of The Dot - shout out to Lush One.

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    Jesus defeated satan in Gethsemane on the cross, not by directly confronting the devil, but by fulfilling the destiny to which He had been called. The greatest battle that was ever won was accomplished by the apparent death of the victor, without even a word of rebuke to His adversary!

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    Know thy self, know thy enemy.

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    Joy is a weapon we use to fight life's battles.

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    Labor is discovered to be the grand conqueror, enriching and building up nations more surely than the proudest battles.

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    Knowing is half the battle. Explaining it is the other half.

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    Know that there is nothing you can't aspire to do. Take offense. Bide your time. Pick your battles. Take revenge when you can - and never pull the ladder up after you.

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    Letting go is freedom. When you find yourself in a useless battle, you merely walk off the battlefield.

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    Let heaven-eyed Prudence battle with Desire.

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    Let him not boast who puts his armor on as he who puts it off, the battle done.

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    Life has good and bad times. And to get through them you have to battle. Life is not all smooth. I've had my bumps and bruises, like anybody, but I've always tried to look at life like a glass that's half full.

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    Life is a battle between faith and reason in which each feeds upon the other, drawing sustenance from it and destroying it.

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    Life is a battle of wits, and many people have to fight it unarmed.

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    Lawsuits are not pink teas. They are battles.

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    Let us fight the battle-retreat from the things that attract us and rouse ourselves to meet the things that actually attack us.

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    Let us remember, when we are inclined to be disheartened, that the private soldier is a poor judge of the fortunes of a great battle.

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    Let your tears roll tonight, but tomorrow you will start the battle again. What defeats us, always, is just our own sorrow.

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    Liberals were just as engaged and using the rhetoric of a sort of a battle with the Soviets and with Communism in general, with an evil empire.

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    Libertarians are learning to their sorrow that big businessmen cannot necessarily be relied upon to be their allies in the battle against extension of governmental encroachments.

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    Life is gamble, It's harsh and painful most of the time, and it's not for the timid. Spoils go to the victor, not to the one who doesn't even show up for the battle." -Acheron

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    Life is not fair. And you have to choose your battles, because there are some that you cannot win. If you're passionate about something, then you should pick up your flag and run with it.

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    Life can be cruel. It´s been my struggle, my personal battle, my obsession to make people see that different isn´t always bad.

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    Life's battle is a conquest for the strong; The meaning shows in the defeated thing.

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    Life was cheap in the Middle Ages. It has become cheaper since. It is only in specific battles for specific lives that our culture is put to the test, and with it our humanity.

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    Life is a big battle for the complete feminist.

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    Lincoln made mistakes. Roosevelt made mistakes. Eisenhower made mistakes. The Battle of the Bulge was the biggest intelligence failure in American military history, much bigger than any in Vietnam or now. We didn't know that the Soviets were moving 400,000 or 500,000 troops. We missed it.

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    Live not for Battles Won. Live not for The-End-of-the-Song. Live in the along.

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    Look at that battle you are involved in; you are caught in it: you are it.

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    Look at me, the Front National got many more votes than the Alternative for Germany. Marine Le Pen ended up with 34 percent of the vote, 34 percent! I defended Europe, an open society and all my values. The Front National has been significantly weakened. In the debates, you don't hear anything from them anymore - because we engaged them in battle. Now is the time to be bold! The only answer to the Alternative for Germany is courage and ambition.

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    Listen before you draw your battle lines, lest you alienate your allies.

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    Looking at this insolent earth, you hear the first battle cry of our species- trap it under a rock and together, screaming, attack and destroy it, as if killing a mammoth.

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    Losing the PR battles, particularly about healthcare, translated into losing his Democratic majorities in Congress, beginning with a Republican landslide in the midterm election of 2010.

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    Like the panic stricken populace of 'The War of the Worlds' and countless other 1950s invasion movies, the victims are there to provide the human ground over which monster and expert, threat and defender, disordering and ordering impulses can battle it out. Second-class citizens of the genre, they are narratively indispensable because physically entirely disposable. We are only really involved with them in the momentary tension of their capture or demise.

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    Look, if you have a problem with distilling the Battle of Thermopylae down to freedom versus tyranny, you need to read Herodotus because he's the one. It's his fault, not modern culture's fault. He did it.' [Victor Davis Hanson] references a lot of things like that because he feels like the spirit of the book and of the movie ["300"] are very close to the Spartan aesthetic. That's really kind of what he feels.

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    Look out, Death: I am coming.-Art thou not glad? what talks we'll have.-What memories of old battles.-Come, bring the bowl, Death; I am thirsty.

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    Lovely sweetness is the noblest power of woman, and is far fitter to prevail by parley than by battle.

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    Manic depressives have all the luck; they soar between crashes. The best us regular depressives can do is battle our way up to normal every now and then.

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    Man's greatest battle is being a true philosopher.

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    Man is born to trouble. Man is born for trouble. Man is born to battle trouble. Man is born for the fight, to be forged and molded--under torch and hammer and chisel--into a sharper, finer, stronger image of God.

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    Love is a battle, and I plan to go on fighting. To the end.

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    Many, I fear, would like glory, who have no wish for grace. They would [want to] have the wages, but not the work; the harvest, but not the labor; the reaping, but not the sowing; the reward, but not the battle. But it may not be.

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    MAN THE BATTLE STATIONS! Someone's coming who wants to reason with us.

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    Many readers simply can't stomach fantasy. They immediately picture elves with broadswords or mighty-thewed barbarians with battle axes, seeking the bejeweled Coronet of Obeisance ... (But) the best fantasies pull aside the velvet curtain of mere appearance. ... In most instances, fantasy ultimately returns us to our own now re-enchanted world, reminding us that it is neither prosaic nor meaningless, and that how we live and what we do truly matters.

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    Marketing is becoming a battle based on information than on sales power.

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    Marriage is like life - it is a field of battle, not a bed of roses.