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leave 26
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leaving 12
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27 talents
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26 life
26 received
26 reply
Mencius
Meng Tzu

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1 4 | people so that they will not leave you; -- this is a proper 2 4 | having no prince? I will leave this." Accordingly, he left 3 4 | P'ing of was about to leave his palace, when his favourite, 4 6 | not rightly adjusted, to leave him with a high air, as 5 6 | himself. When he wished to leave, if pressed to remain in 6 8 | Mencius, having taken his leave of Ch'î, was passing the 7 8 | to suit him, he took his leave, but how dilatory and lingering 8 8 | countenance, they take their leave, and travel with all their 9 8 | me to beg permission to leave. But to remain so long in 10 10| on entering to take their leave of Tsze-kung, as they looked 11 11| Liang, who said, "I beg leave to try again." By dint of 12 11| drive for a mean man. I beg leave to decline the office."~ 13 12| in the markets. With your leave I will lighten, however, 14 12| and he replies, "With your leave I will diminish my appropriations, 15 13| from them, nor will they leave any example to future ages; -- 16 13| 3. 'Alas for them, who leave the tranquil dwelling empty 17 16| plunderers are coming: -- why not leave this?' Tsang on this left 18 16| plunderers are coming; -- why not leave this?' Tsze-sze said, 'If 19 19| ease and could not bear to leave them. He had a saying, " 20 19| it was right he should leave the country of his parents 21 20| and again, they ought to leave the State.'~ 22 24| into practice, they would leave him.~3. 'The second case 23 24| polite demeanour, they would leave him.~4. 'The last case was 24 25| prosperous, he does not leave his own path.~5. 'Poor and 25 27| was the way in which to leave the State of his parents. 26 27| was the way in which to leave a strange State.'~Mencius


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