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Since we first landed in France, every step of our journey has reminded us that we were in an old country. Every thing we saw spoke of the past, of an antiquity without limit; everywhere our eyes rested on the handiwork of those who had been dead for ages, and we were in the midst of customs which they had bequeathed to their descendants.
Life of a graduate student at Princeton University. When he was writing the outline of his thesis his wife walked out. He then remembered his one date with Elaine whom he had taken to his childhood home in Towaco. He had not at that time treated her with the respect she deserved. He planned to court her to be his next wife. If she would agree he planned to accept his professor's offer of a post-doc at Princeton where he knew he would work on the molecular ion he had just observed, H3+....
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