This profession in America has constantly been held in honour, and more successfully than elsewhere has put forward a claim to the epithet of "liberal."
She seemed to beg pardon for it; she looked at him constantly in silence, as if she meant to say that she said nothing because she was afraid of irritating him.
We know, however, that Morris possessed the virtue of self-control, and he had, moreover, the constant habit of seeking to be agreeable; so that, although Mrs. Penniman’s demeanour only exasperated his already unquiet nerves, he listened to her with a sombre deference in which she found much to admire.
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The history of computers is a history of constant technological advancement.