We can applaud the state lottery as a public subsidy of intelligence, for
it yields public income that is calculated to lighten the tax
burden of us prudent abstainers at the expense of the
benighted masses of wishful thinkers.
We, can, applaud, state, lottery, public, subsidy, intelligence, yields
Your simple smile can lighten the darkest places
simple, smile, can, darkest, places
I said, ‘Put back your heart, and sing, sing While you know you’re still living.’ Sing, sing, sing, while you know there’s still – New Music, new Music, new Music Sweet Music can lighten us Can brighten the world – can save us
heart, sing, While, you, know, living, theres, New, Music
Who knows but on their sleep may rise Such light as never heaven let through To lighten earth from Paradise?
Who, sleep, may, rise, light, never, heaven, earth, Paradise
A cheerful temper joined with innocence will make beauty attractive, knowledge delightful and wit good-natured. It will lighten sickness, poverty and affliction, convert ignorance into an amiable simplicity, and render deformity itself agreeable.
cheerful, temper, joined, innocence, beauty, attractive, knowledge, delightful, wit
Thus with most careful devotion Thus with precise attention To detail, interfering preparation Of that which is already prepared Men lighten the knot of confusion Into perfect misunderstanding, Reflecting a pocket-torch of observation ...
most, careful, devotion, precise, attention, detail, interfering, preparation, prepared
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