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" Go to your work and be strong, halting not in your ways, Baulking the end half-won for an instant dole of praise. Stand to your work and be wise — certain of sword and pen, Who are neither children nor Gods, but men in a world of men ! THE FIRST CHANTEY. "
The Technical World Magazine - Page 157
1912
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New Outlook, Volume 64

Alfred Emanuel Smith, Francis Walton - 1900
...in the verse — Go to your work and be strong, halting not in your ways, Balking the end half won for an instant dole of praise. Stand to your work...wise — certain of sword and pen, Who are neither children.nor gods, but men in a world of men. This epoch Mr. Ireland apparently dates from the Queen's...
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Syllabi for the Academic Years ...

American Society for the Extension of University Teaching - 1901
...work of the world."— Ruskin " Who saw life steadily and saw it whole."— Matthew Arnold •' [We] are neither children nor gods, but men in a world of men. " —Rudyard Kipling Scric» JT, No. « Price, 15 cents Copyright, 18W, by The American Society for the Extension of University...
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The Monthly Review, Volume 1

Sir Henry John Newbolt, Charles Hanbury-Williams - 1900
...Council of Naval Education err in two opposite directions, in failing to recognise that naval officers are neither " children nor gods, but men in a world of men." They are not children, and can stand in no further need of a foundational or academic education. They...
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University of Toronto Monthly, Volume 3

1903
...West. These types of robust and refined manhood who conducted their musical mission during last week are " neither children nor gods, but men In a world of men." and they did the University good service. In their programmes the humorous, the heroic, and the pathetic...
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The Harvard Advocate, Volume 71

1901
...noble, invigorating side of life. While realistic in method, it is ideal in aim. Our author's heroes ' Are neither children nor gods, but men in a world of men.' " Hn Eagle's Jfeatber. T ONE gray feather, fallen *-' Like a flake of snow From the cloud-swept reaches...
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Proceedings of the Royal Colonial Institute, Volume 35

Royal Commonwealth Society - 1904
...example. . And we must reconcile ourselves to tbe conclusion arrived at by Kipling when he says we are " Neither children nor Gods, but men in a world of men ! " (Some diagrams were thrown on Uie serein in illustration of the figures quoted.) DISCUSSION". The...
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