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Hence, the disciplines which had a direct relation to government were the only civic disciplines to be held in high consideration.

William Hickling PrescottHarry Thurston Peck

Its disciplines take on a realistic phase in the main, but yet in some aspects appeal powerfully to the imagination.

College TeachingPaul Klapper

I think we should miss many of the satisfactions of life, and certainly some of the disciplines, if there were no insects.

The Apple-TreeL. H. Bailey

Commissioner Kernan: "Do you know of any organization that disciplines its members for resorting to violence?"

You touch there on the kernel of the social system,—the secret that fortifies the individual and disciplines the million.

My Novel, CompleteEdward Bulwer-Lytton

Not too much has changed since, if we consider how the disciplines of design and engineering are taught and exercised.

The conception that was implicit in the disciplines of the older philosophies is still open to the philosophy of evolution.

The admirable feature in steam navigation is, that it disciplines the very ship herself.

She'd had no chance to tell him of any of the small triumphs and disciplines of her new life that she hoped would win it from him.

The Real AdventureHenry Kitchell Webster

Now there are some disciplines that we need to follow as we engage in the dialogue of love.

Herein is LoveReuel L. Howe

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