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A Tale of Two Cities
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  • Altogether, the Old Bailey, at that date, was a choice illustration of the precept, that "Whatever is is right;" an aphorism that would be as final as it is lazy, did it not include the troublesome consequence, that nothing that ever was, was wrong.

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  • He believed all the Christian precepts.
  • It is difficult to get along because we have different precepts.

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