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Title: Purdue debris
Year: 1904 (1900s)
Authors: Purdue University
Subjects: Purdue UniversityCollege yearbooks — Indiana West LafayetteUniversities and colleges — Indiana West Lafayette Periodicals
Publisher: Lafayette, Ind. : Senior Class of Purdue University

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ll he have to climb on a ladder to restore to his bodythe heat (B.T.I.s) absorbed by the ice cream? Parody—If the same man did eat the ice cream, how high wmiM hrhave to climb to nie.l the cream? Another—Assuming that this man was up a high ladder and drank :;pound of cream, how far would he have to come down to freeze it? His hobby Is devising Zeuners to pester Juniors with, and they do say that he is some Shark at settingthey have the engines all marked. Thafs nothing! When I wascards on a compound locomotive runutes, worked them up and got the I.: vho ( ves The Civils Woes. Boarded the cars and rode away. He travelled in France and Germany, too,Saw all the sights, and so would you. But when he returned to this side of town,We Seniors immediately began to frown. The sweet song died, and a vague unrestAnd a nameless longing filled our breasts,- A wish which we hardly dared to own.For something which he had never shown. And when he came Into the roomWe all began to whistle a tune.

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One of the important tip for travelling in France: getting the water cheap.
soda pop or bottled water is expansive in France, especially when you are buying it from the local TABAC shop. I have to say, it’s a rip off. guess that’s just the way around the world, making money on the tourist. If you just get water whenever you are thirsty, it can cost you up to 10 Euro a day easily. of you can buy the big bottle of water, but that still cost you. Alwasy look for super market, buy them in bulk, for 10 Euro, it’s enough to last you a week. But of course, you will need the power to carry them =)

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Title: The life of John Locke, with extracts from his correspondence, journals, and common-place books. By Lord King
Year: 1830 (1830s)
Authors: King, Peter King, Lord, 1776-1833King, Peter King, Lord, 1669-1734
Subjects: Locke, John, 1632-1704Great Britain — Politics and government 1714-1760
Publisher: London : H. Colburn and R. Bentley

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o ^V/^ ^ocic. ■rr /-/ ,,/ </j.,, ///.;///. THE LIFE OF / JOHN LOCKE, WITH EXTRACTS FROM HIS CORRESPONDENCE, JOURNALS, AND COMMON-PLACE BOOKS.BY LORD^KING. UTERIS INN-UTUITrS, EOUSQUE TANTUM PROFECI VT VERITATI UNICE LITAHEM. NEW EDITION. WITH CONSIDERABLE ADDITIONS.IN TWO VOLUMES. VOL. I. LONDON: HENRY COLBURN AND RICHARD BENTLEY, NEW BURLINGTON STREET. 1830. LONDON ; IlUNTED UY feAMUKI. BENTI.tV, Diirsel Street, Fleil Strttt. PREFACE. After the death of Locke, his papers, cor-respondence, and manuscripts, came into thepossession of Sir Peter King, his near relationand sole executor. They consist of the origi-nals of many of his printed works, and of somewhich were never published; of his very ex-tensive correspondence with his friends, bothin England and abroad ; of a journal which hekept during his travels in France and Holland;of his common-place books ; and of many mis-cellaneous papers ; all of which have been pre-served in the same scrutoir in which they hadbeen depositedlifeofjohnlockew01king

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