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Stran 348 - Leaders of the people by their counsels, and by their knowledge of learning meet for the people, wise and eloquent in their instructions. . . . Their bodies are buried in peace: but their name liveth for evermore.
Stran 381 - a view to the establishment of a national system of public education in Wales, regard being had to the provisions of the Education Act. 1918, and to the recommendations of the Royal Commission on University Education in Wales. The
Stran 368 - if there is one thing more certain than another it is that the Allies won the war because their moral ideals were higher than those of Germany,
Stran 99 - of the club which empowers the annual election by the committee of "a certain number of persons of distinguished eminence in science, literature, or the arts, or for public services.
Stran 17 - gibe when they catch the disease, but to look after them as brothers ; and for the three or four who are certain to die I will try to arrange the funerals with all the pomp and ceremony of an antivaccination demonstration.
Stran 405 - are already active ; therefore be it " Resolved, by the American Federation of Labour in convention assembled, that a broad programme of scientific and technical research is of major importance to the national welfare, and should be fostered in every way by the Federal Government, and that the activities of the Government itself in such research should be adequately and generously supported in order
Stran 28 - recalls the attitude of Plato. It was an insistence that the method of thought was more important than its content. Summed up, his legacy to thought may be regarded as accuracy of method, criticism of authority, and reliance on experiment—the pillars of modern science. The memory of such a man is surely worthy of national
Stran 84 - any set of phenomena, these phenomena come in much larger measure than before his control, and are applicable for his service. Until we understand the laws, all depends upon chance. Hence, merely from the practical point of view, concerning the material progress of humanity, the exact understanding of the laws of Nature is one
Stran 17 - vaccinated persons, and help in the next severe epidemic, with ten selected unvaccinated persons (if available !). I should choose three Members of Parliament, three antivaccination doctors, if they could be found, and four anti-vaccination propagandists. And I will make this promise—neither to jeer nor to gibe when they catch the disease, but to look after them as brothers ; and for the