The great Inventor is one who has walked forth upon the industrial world, not from universities, but from hovels; not as clad in silks and decked with honors, but as clad in fustian and grimed with soot and oil.
great, Inventor, one, who, walked, industrial, world, universities, hovels
'Tis my soul That I thus hold erect as if with stays, And decked with daring deeds instead of ribbons, Twirling my wit as it were my moustache, The while I pass among the crowd, I make Bold truths ring out like spurs.
soul, hold, erect, stays, daring, deeds, ribbons, wit, moustache
Then He ordained them seven heavens in two Days and inspired in each heaven its mandate; and We decked the nether heaven with lamps, and rendered it inviolable. That is the measuring of the Mighty, the Knower. Marmaduke Pickthall
Then, ordained, seven, heavens, two, Days, inspired, heaven, mandate
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