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„If it is right that the State should resume its authority over the land for the purposes of burying the dead, it is surely also right that it should exercise its ownership where it is necessary it should do so to feed the living.“

—  David Lloyd George Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom 1863 - 1945

Speech in Killerton Park, near Exeter, opening the Liberal land campaign (17 September 1925), quoted in The Times (18 September 1925), p. 14
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„The subject of love is always of the most absorbing interest to the younger and more active portion of a people; sexual passion, in its ennobling or debasing form, exercises irresistible attraction.“

—  Elizabeth Blackwell England-born American physician, abolitionist, women's rights activist 1821 - 1910

p. 10 https://books.google.com/books?id=7VlHAQAAMAAJ&q=irresistible#v=snippet&q=irresistible&f=false
Essays in Medical Sociology (1899)

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„I ask you to pray for me as I exercise my being a father to you all, be assured that I will do my best to serve you all to the exclusion of no one.“

—  Ricardo Baccay 1961

Baccay installed as new Tuguegarao archbishop http://usl.edu.ph/baccay-installed-as-new-tuguegarao-archbishop/ (January 28, 2020)

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„Exercise helps build the muscle of a child’s brain even more effectively than studying.“

—  Warren Farrell author, spokesperson, expert witness, political candidate 1943

Source: The Boy Crisis (2018), pp. 94

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„…The responsibility, the burden, is much heavier for us. If we don’t exercise our collective imagination—and not just documentation —we’ll always be at a certain disadvantage. I think what literature could provide us with is showing other possibilities. What I fear most is homogeneity.“

—  Rawi Hage Canadian writer 1964

On the burden of racialized writers to represent their communities in “‘What I Fear Most is Homogeneity’: An Interview with Rawi Hage” https://hazlitt.net/feature/what-i-fear-most-homogeneity-interview-rawi-hage in Hazlitt (2018 Sep 12)

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„The exercise of freedom consists in stripping oneself of one's own will.“

—  Léon Bloy French writer, poet and essayist 1846 - 1917

Source: Pilgrim of the Absolute (1947), p. 292

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