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1) 50625. Shakespeare, William. The Columbia World of Quotations. 1996
...QUOTATION:That we would doWe should do when we would, for this "would" changes,And hath abatements and delays as manyAs there are tongues, are hands, are accidents....

2) CIX. To Paulinus. Pliny the Younger. 1909-14. Letters. The Harvard Classics
...new plan with my tenants: for under the former leases, though I made them very considerable abatements, they have run greatly in arrear. For this reason several of...

3) LXXXVII. To Calvisius. Pliny the Younger. 1909-14. Letters. The Harvard Classics
...I found my account in it; for all the country greatly approved both of the novelty of these abatements and the manner in which I regulated them. Even those whom I...

4) XI. To the Emperor Trajan. Pliny the Younger. 1909-14. Letters. The Harvard Classics
...of the seasons besides, for several years past, obliges me to think of making some abatements in my rents; which I cannot possibly settle unless I am present. I shall...

5) 5. Browne s scepticism . X. Antiquaries. Vol. 7. Cavalier and Puritan. The Cambridge History of English and American Literature: An Encyclopedia in Eighteen Volumes. 190721
...and profit. The quintessential dryness of that with some few others between the list of abatements and the commendation can only escape a palate predestined not to...

6) Act IV. Scene VII. Shakespeare, William. 1909-14. The Tragedy of Hamlet Prince of Denmark. The Harvard Classics
...we would do, We should do when we would; for this would changes, 128 And hath abatements and delays as many As there are tongues, are hands, are accidents; And then...

7) Act IV. Scene VII. Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. Craig, W.J., ed. 1914. The Oxford Shakespeare
...too-much. That we would do, We should do when we would, for this would changes, And hath abatements and delays as many 132 As there are tongues, are hands, are accidents;...

8) Chapter VII. James, Henry. 1917. The Portrait of a Lady. Vol. XI. Harvard Classics Shelf of Fiction
...a sophistical son and that of holding on a while longer to a state of being which, with all abatements, he enjoyed, Ralph deemed it no sin to hope that the latter...

9) Chapter XXIV. James, Henry. 1917. The Portrait of a Lady. Vol. XI. Harvard Classics Shelf of Fiction
...Mr. Osmond talked of Florence, of Italy, of the pleasure of living in that country, and of the abatements to such pleasure. There were both satisfactions and drawbacks;...

10) Chapter XLVII. James, Henry. 1917. The Portrait of a Lady. Vol. XI. Harvard Classics Shelf of Fiction
...She had made large concessions with regard to her, but she had insisted that, with all abatements, she was very valuable. It was not her own triumph, however, that...

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