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  • You Never Can Tell  (1897)  by George Bernard Shaw 173467You Never Can TellGeorge Bernard Shaw1897 Act I Act II Act III Act IV This work is
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  • power to be true to You, -464- I heard a Fly buzz — when I died — -465- 'Tis little I — could care for Pearls — -466- We do not play on Graves — -467- The
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  • wine -132- I Came to buy a smile — today — -223- I can wade Grief — -252- I can't tell you — but you feel it — -65- I cannot be ashamed -914- I cannot
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  • do not know the time we lose — -1106- The Bird did prance — the Bee did play — -1107- A Diamond on the Hand -1108- I fit for them — -1109- None who saw
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  • taste a liquor never brewed — -214- What is — "Paradise" — -215- Safe in their Alabaster Chambers — -216- Savior! I've no one else to tell — -217- Is it
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  • peace prepares -63- Some Rainbow — coming from the Fair! -64- I can't tell you — but you feel it — -65- So from the mould -66- Success is counted sweetest
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  • Nature's Act — -726- Precious to Me — She still shall be — -727- Let Us play Yesterday — -728- Alter! When the Hills do — -729- Defrauded I a Butterfly
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  • That first Day, when you praised Me, Sweet, -659- That I did always love -549- That is solemn we have ended -934- That it will never come again -1741- That
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  • are done when Men & Mountains meet... 74 "Delicate Hands & Heads will never appear..." 76 "O dear Mother outline of knowledge most sage" 79 "When
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  • relations can. At last you came home. I candidly tell you, my dear boy, that if you had been awkward and overgrown, I should have exported you to some distant
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  • by jostling in the Street If you play a Game of Chance know before you begin If you are benevolent you will never win No real Style of Colouring
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  • very neat. The medical friend never turned up; and, as I tell you, he had the credit of it. Whether he did it or not I can’t say. But, having had the honour
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  • selfish—most mean of you, Caudle—you can go and enjoy yourself, and never so much as bring home for the poor children a gingerbread nut. Don't tell me that your
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  • Nome King. It also tells of Betsy Bobbin and how, after many adventures, she finally reached the marvelous Land of Oz. There is a play called "The Tik-Tok
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  • did. ‘We never quarrelled,’ said Tom. — Tom was right in that, for one person can no more quarrel without an adversary, than one person can play at chess
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  • too. Djaksa, tell me, what did you say to the Kliwon about my little boy?" "Mintah ampong, Mr Assistant-Resident, I saw his head because you had spoken
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  • dispassionately; ‘and I never expected to be a legatee. I knew better!’ ‘His son a pattern!’ cried old Martin. ‘How can you tell me that? My brother had
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  • of Destiny (1897) Arms and the Man (1894) Candida (1898) You Never Can Tell (1897) Three Plays for Puritans: The Devil's Disciple (1897) Captain Brassbound's
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  • the other. You can't serve both God and Mammon. 25 Therefore, I tell you, don't be anxious for your life: what you will eat, or what you will drink;
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  • ’twill be a hard way to hit. Can you tell me whether one Launcelot, that dwells with him, dwell with him or no? LAUNCELOT. Talk you of young Master Launcelot
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