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a cherished desire
  • Oh, it was no good, this continual aspiration.
    Chapter 6 (95% in)
  • Germany a commercial Power, Germany a naval Power, Germany with colonies here and a Forward Policy there, and legitimate aspirations in the other place, might appeal to others, and be fitly served by them; for his own part, he abstained from the fruits of victory, and naturalised himself in England.
    Chapter 4 (72% in)
  • She knew this type very well—the vague aspirations, the mental dishonesty, the familiarity with the outsides of books.
    Chapter 14 (8% in)

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