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But it needs a prolonged effort, a special education, to attain to harmony.

Up to his thirtieth year he remained without any special education.

We must find out to what extent he can profit by special education.

It takes a special education to reconcile any one to this theory.

Talent enough goes to business; educated talent too, at least with a special education for this, honor, and social distinction.

In the meantime this is all that we can say with regard to the organisation and control of special education.

But in the special education necessary for their thorough enjoyment, the case was very different.

They require an amount of practical experience which can only be acquired by a special education.

He never owed anything to "good luck," nor even to a special education in the business of a soldier.

One needs a special education, or let us say, temperament, to deal successfully with sirens.