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Power and wealth increase in direct proportion to a man's distance from the material objects from which wealth and power are ultimately derived.
Coin matching and finger flashing were among the first formal games to arise in the history of gambling. The class of Morra games extends back to the pre-Christian era, although not until comparatively recent times have game-theoretic solutions been derived.
The supposition that the future resembles the past, is not founded on arguments of any kind, but is derived entirely from habit.
i can't understand her" well son, you might as well try to understand the sun". derived form the book:fires of heaven by robert jordan.
All Ballets' fundamental steps are derived from the folk dances of Western Europe.
[I] read Anne Frank's diary [while imprisoned] on Robben Island and derived much encouragement from it.
Asymmetric balance creates greater reader interest. Pleasure derived from observing asymmetrical arrangements lies partly in overcoming resistances, which, consciously or not, the spectator adjusts in his own mind.
There is no satisfaction to be derived from having had many of our arguments borne out by events.
Citizens by birth or choice of a common country, that country has a right to concentrate your affections. The name of American, which belongs to you, in your national capacity, must always exalt the just pride of Patriotism, more than any appellation derived from local discriminations.
The Very Big Stupid is a thing which breeds by eating The Future. Have you seen it? It sometimes disguises itself as a good-looking quarterly bottom line, derived by closing the R&D; department.