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''There's something dreadfully decisive about a beheading.''Anne Smedley (c. 1894-1950), U.S. author, lecturer. "Farewell!" bk. 9, Battle Hymn of China (1943).
''The belief in immortality has always seemed cowardly to me. When very young I learned that all things die, and all that we wish of good must be won on this earth or not at all.''Anne Smedley (c. 1894-1950), U.S. author, lecturer. "The Pattern," bk. 1, Battle Hymn of China (1943).
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