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" America, as a body, and its literary men or even its artists, in the respects of devotion to truth, of simple confidence in the right, of delight in good work for good work's sake, of indisposition to coin name and fame into money, of unwillingness to... "
Technology Quarterly and Proceedings of the Society of Arts - Page 62
1893
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Discussions in Education, Volume 1

Francis Amasa Walker - Education - 1898 - 342 pages
...to show thereby their own superior liberality of mind. 1 A young man who is faithfully seeking to 1 The practical uselessness for any immediate purpose...if indeed they are approached, by no other body of men.—From Remarkt at the Dedication of the New Science and Engineering Building! of IfcGitt Univerrity,...
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Discussions in Education, Volume 1

Francis Amasa Walker - Education - 1899 - 342 pages
...says, " pass in review the great founders of modern science and the creators of industry, the Eeplers and the Fultons, and we shall be struck by the idealistic...indeed they are approached, by no other body of men. — From Bemarfa at the Dedication of the New Science and Engineering Buildingt of McGKtt University,...
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Discussions in Education, Volume 1

Francis Amasa Walker - Education - 1899 - 342 pages
...review the great founders of modern science and the creators of industry, the Keplers and the Pultons, and we shall be struck by the idealistic and even...indeed they are approached, by no other body of men. — From Remarkt at the Dedication of the New Science and Engineering Building* of Me Gill University,...
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Summarized Proceedings ... and a Directory of Members

American Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1901
...done. I know the scientific men of America well, and I entertain a profound conviction that as regards sincerity, simplicity, fidelity and generosity of...indeed they are approached, by no other body of men." Of like import are these words from a recent address of Hon. FW Lehmann, of St. Louis. Speaking of...
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Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

American Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1901
...done. I know the scientific men of America well, and I entertain a profound conviction that as regards sincerity, simplicity, fidelity and generosity of...indeed they are approached, by no other body of men." Of like import are these words from a recent address of Hon. FW Lehmann, of St. Louis. Speaking of...
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Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

American Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1901
...done. I know the scientific men of America well, and I entertain a profound conviction that as regards sincerity, simplicity, fidelity and generosity of...indeed they are approached, by no other body of men." Of like import are these words from a recent address of Hon. FW Lehmann, of St. Louis. Speaking of...
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Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

American Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1901
...done. I know the scientific men of America well, and I entertain a profound conviction that as regards sincerity, simplicity, fidelity and generosity of...indeed they are approached, by no other body of men." Of like import are these words from a recent address of Hon. FW Lehmann, of St. Louis. Speaking of...
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The Making of America, Volume 7

Robert Marion La Follette - Inventors - 1906
...contempt or distrust. In either case, the question of real import is in what spirit the study is pursued. "I know the scientific men of America well, and I...indeed they are approached, by no other body of men." HOW THE AflERICAN SHOE HAS BECOME STANDARD. BY GEORGE HOUGHTON, [George C. Houghton, secretary of the...
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English and Engineering

Frank Aydelotte - Engineering - 1917 - 390 pages
...unwillingness to use one thing that is well done as a means of passing off upon the public three of four things that are ill done. I know the scientific...conviction that in sincerity, simplicity, fidelity, and gener• osity of character, in nobility of aims and earnestness of effort, in everything which should...
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