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Grocott & Ward, comps.  Grocott’s Familiar Quotations, 6th ed.  189-?.
 
Calm
 
How calm, how beautiful, comes on
The stilly hour, when storms are gone.
        Tom Moore.—The Fire Worshippers.
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The winds are out of breath.
        Dryden.—Astrea Redux, Line 224.
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The holy calm that leads to heavenly musing.
        Rogers.—Human Life, Page 83. Edition 1834.
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1.  See me, how calm I am.
2.  Ay, People are generally calm at the misfortunes of others.
        Goldsmith.—She stoops to Conquer.
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