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to make oneself miserable

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  • Rousseau (Jean-Jacques) and Burke — Jean Jacques Rousseau and Burke Ian Harris Those who thought about the social and political order directed their attention to a new centre of interest towards the end of the seventeenth century. It was not that speculation about political… …   History of philosophy

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  • gēu-, gǝu-, gū- (*sgēu-) —     gēu , gǝu , gū (*sgēu )     English meaning: to bend, curl; a kind of vessel     Deutsche Übersetzung: “biegen, krũmmen, wolben”     Note: Root gēu , gǝu , gū : to bend, curl; a kind of vessel probably derived from Root (s)keu 2, (s)keu̯ǝ :… …   Proto-Indo-European etymological dictionary

  • life — n. 1) to lead a life (to lead a busy life) 2) to prolong; save a life 3) to devote one s life (to smt.) 4) to spend one s life (doing smt.) 5) to give, lay down, sacrifice; risk one s life 6) to claim, snuff out, take a life (she took her own… …   Combinatory dictionary


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