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Though I don’t follow many superstitions, I definitely won’t cut my hair.
It helps that baseball has always been a sport of strange superstitions, with no clock and long odds — where you never know if you’ll connect with the incoming fastball, but you swing anyway.
They were, it’s universally assumed, the Dark Ages—a time of superstition, when physicians floundered in the face of a pandemic and leaders scorned scientific expertise.
It is beyond the comprehension of any man not blinded by superstition, not warped by prejudice and old-time convention.
GOD AND MY NEIGHBOURROBERT BLATCHFORD
I see no infinite goodness here, but only the infinite foolishness of sentimental superstition.
GOD AND MY NEIGHBOURROBERT BLATCHFORD
Buchanan the historian was, from his learning, thought in his days of superstition to be a wizard.
I believe that from the beginning of time the misery of the world has been caused by the superstition that love was all.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
Organised and authoritative religion the world over makes for ignorance, for poverty and superstition.
GOD AND MY NEIGHBOURROBERT BLATCHFORD
Of late years superstition has been used as an instrument of no small power in revolutions of every kind.
It is marked by great superstition and idolatry, and is mostly confined to the lower classes.

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