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You may prove anything by figures.
        Quoted by Carlyle—Chartism. No. 2.
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  You cannot demonstrate an emotion or prove an aspiration.
        John Morley—Rousseau. P. 402.
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For when one’s proofs are aptly chosen,
Four are as valid as four dozen.
        Prior—Alma. Canto I. End.
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Prove all things; hold fast that which is good.
        I Thessalonians. V. 21.
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