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LEARNSLeading Education through the Accountability and Results Notification System
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But this art also must one learn: to HAVE a shell, and a fine appearance, and sagacious blindness!
I honour the refractory, fastidious tongues and stomachs, which have learned to say "I" and "Yea" and "Nay."
Even many of those stories which were written are lost too, but a few still remain, and from them we can learn much of the life and the history of the people who lived in our land ten and twelve hundred years ago, or more.
Only in that single house, which stood opposite that in which the learned foreigner lived, it was quite still; and yet some one lived there, for there stood flowers in the balcony--they grew so well in the sun's heat!
"I've done with the grammar; I don't learn that any more."
To take extreme cases, every animal at birth can take food by instinct, before it has had opportunity to learn; on the other hand, no one can ride a bicycle by instinct, though, after learning, the necessary movements become just as automatic as if they were instinctive.
In the midst of my struggles and longing for an education, a young coloured boy who had learned to read in the state of Ohio came to Malden.
"We've learned the truth of what Professor Woodleigh told us last Philomathic," said Phil.
If you don't try to learn what is more necessary than anything for a Christian," said his father, getting up, "whatever can interest you?
But White Fang learned to omit these preliminaries.
It is worth the expense of youthful days and costly hours, if you learn only some words of an ancient language, which are raised out of the trivialness of the street, to be perpetual suggestions and provocations.
In his desire alike to instruct and to be instructed, he travelled through many countries, and among others came to Sardis, the capital of the famous king of Lydia, the great patron, in that day, of learning and of learned men.
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