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G. A Briggs's A to Z in Audio PDF

By G. A Briggs

;A to Z in Audio КНИГИ ;АППАРАТУРА Автор: G. A Briggs Название: A to Z in Audio Издательство: Gernsback Library, InkГод: 1961 Формат: pdf Размер: 10,7 Мб Для сайта: www.mirknig.comКнига на английском языке. Энциклопедия аудио аппаратуры от A до Z. an attractive "audio encyclopedia", from A to Z. .com uploading.com eighty five

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He hugged her hard. That’s what she had done—hugged him. —Sharon Bell Mathis The Hundred Penny Box 53 work work: to do; act; physical or mental effort exerted to do or to make something. You can’t accomplish very much without work. If you want to make a difference or achieve a goal, you must do the work that is required. Laziness. Procrastination. Giving up. These keep us from putting forth the effort necessary to get things done. Frederick Douglass and Sojourner Truth knew that it would take a lot of work to abolish slavery.

Do you do the chores your parents ask you to do? ” 46 Use your head every day. Use medicine only in time of need. —Yoruba When you go to the donkey house don’t talk about ears. —Jamaica What goes around comes around. —Traditional I have walked that long road to freedom. But I can rest only for a moment, for with freedom comes responsibilities; and I dare not linger, for my long walk is not ended. —Nelson Mandela 47 On my underground railroad I never ran my train off the track. And I never lost a passenger.

Booker T. Washington Mama may have. /Papa may have. But God bless the child that’s got his own. —Billie Holiday “God Bless the Child” One bracelet does not rattle. —Tetela Even the tiny ant has a home of his own. —North Africa 27 One person can thread a needle better than two. —Traditional Nobody will think you’re somebody, if you don’t think so yourself. —Traditional Who I really am keeps surprising me. —Nikki Giovanni, 1984 “I’m happy! I’m happy! Today we are going on the train to Lulu’s house!

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