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1) defense mechanism. The New Dictionary of Cultural Literacy, Third Edition. 2002
...to an unconscious avoidance of something that produces anxiety or some other unpleasant emotion. For example, someone who blots out the memory of a terrible accident...

2) Chapter V. Applications. Mill, John Stuart. 1909-14. On Liberty. The Harvard Classics
...which were considered of importance, to fix prices, and regulate the processes of manufacture. But it is now recognized, though not till after a long struggle, that...

3) V. Applications. Mill, John Stuart. 1869. On Liberty
...were considered of importance, to fix prices, and regulate the processes of manufacture. But it is now recognised, though not till after a long struggle, that both...

4) Worship. XVII. Essays. 1860. Emerson, Ralph Waldo. 1909-14. Essays and English Traits. The Harvard Classics
...them giving him ovations, complimentary dinners, opening their own houses to him, and priding themselves on his acquaintance. We were not deceived by the professions...

5) XLV. Mr. Dick Fulfils My Aunt s Predictions. Dickens, Charles. 1917. The Personal History and Experience of David Copperfield the Younger. Vols. VII & VIII. Harvard Classics Shelf of Fiction
...and so much wished that you should honour me! 131 Annie, my pure heart! said the Doctor, my dear girl! 132 A little more! a very few words more! I used to think there...

6) Roosevelt, Theodore. 1900. The Strenuous Life; Essays and Addresses: XIII. Grant
...steady countrymen. Eighteen months after the war began the State and congressional elections went heavily against the war party, and two years later the opposition...

7) II. Apprehension versus Comprehension. Quiller-Couch, Sir Arthur. 1920. On the Art of Reading
...dead, for example, with their rewards and punishments: but what had impressed him as most wonderful of all was the great spindle of Necessity, reaching up to Heaven,...

8) Chapter IX. Rhodes, James Ford. 1917. History of the Civil War, 1861-1865
...lost over 3000 of its bravest and best, both of officers and men. 12 The total casualties in the Union Army were probably 7000. Grant regretted the attack. No advantage...

9) Chapter Seven. The Cat in the Theatre. Van Vechten, Carl. 1922. The Tiger in the House
...and to snatch his living where he can, has his perceptive faculties quickened and his brain-cells enlarged. I cannot teach a kitten. I take them from a year to two...

10) Chapter 3. Sympathetic Magic. 2. Homoeopathic or Imitative Magic. Frazer, Sir James George. 1922. The Golden Bough
...and infectious nature of certain personal qualities or accidents has given rise to a number of prohibitions or rules of avoidance: people abstain from doing certain...

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