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He knew her mind pretty well, by now, its quick perceptions and sympathies, its painful insistence on truth and directness, its capacity for love almost too deep for a man to reciprocate, even in part.
Both abolition of war and new techniques of production, particularly robot factories, greatly increase the world's wealth, a situation described in the following passage, which has the true utopian ring: `` Everything was so cheap that the necessities of life were free, provided as a public service by the community, as roads, water, street lighting and drainage had once been.
The ideal girl -- possessed of talent, poise, intelligence, personality and beauty of face and figure -- is chosen each year to represent Rhode Island.
* Cell, a unit of a clandestine cell system, a penetration-resistant form of a secret or outlawed organization
`` I hated the war '', he said, `` but thought I ought to go because I was, perhaps, one of those who hadn't done enough to prevent it ''.
One of the representative works by Wang Can is the Poem of Seven Sorrows ( 七哀诗 ), a five-character poem lamenting the suffering of the people during the years of war.
A model to other writers of hard science fiction, Clarke postulates advanced technologies without resorting to flawed engineering concepts ( as Jules Verne sometimes did ) or explanations grounded in incorrect science or engineering, or taking cues from trends in research and engineering ( which dates some of Larry Niven's novels ).
Roosevelt led a major expedition to the Amazon jungles but contracted diseases which ruined his health.
Then, not many years later, the Un-American Activities Committee, under the leadership of Martin Dies, pilloried hundreds of decent, patriotic citizens.
In other words, the house-holders are encouraged to practice the five cardinal principles of non-violence, truthfulness, non-stealing, celibacy and non-possessiveness with their current practical limitations while the monks have to observe them very strictly.More Popular Sentences »