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I have a dream that one day on the red hills of Georgia, the sons of former slaves and the sons of former slave owners will be able to sit down together at the table of brotherhood

I have a dream that one day on the red hills of Georgia the sons of former slaves and the sons of former slave owners will be able to sit down together at the table of brotherhood

I have a dream that one day every valley shall be exalted and every hill and mountain shall be made low the rough places will be made plain

so let freedom ring from the prodigious hilltops of New Hampshire

Let freedom ring from every hill and molehill of Mississippi

Sea View Guest House 14 Hill Road

The name means a windswept house on a hill, and it is a very good description

which will keep your food and drinks chilled

There are departures from Central Station, Castle Hill and Long Walle This is a hop on hop off service and tickets are valid for 24 hours

Apes get a large proportion of their food by fishing ants from ant hills

we will mainly be trekking in the foothills only

although there will be spectacular views even in the foothills

Day Four takes us higher up, going through the foothills past a number of villages and visiting a school for the disabled in Sohan

She often asked me about the hills in the distance, beyond the moors, and wanted to ride her pony there

I knew the master would not let her leave the safety of the Grange to go so far, especially as the road to the hills passed close to Wuthering Heights

At the gate I found a workman, who had seen her jump the low wall separating the garden from the road, and then ride on towards the hills and Wuthering Heights

She could be lost on the moors! She could have tried to climb the hills, and fallen! I walked across the moors as fast as I could, and arrived breathless at Wuthering Heights

He's never cross, like you! And I've been to the hills, Ellen! This ? man ? showed me, because I didn't know the way

Lonely white roads stretched across the great, wide moors as far as the hills.

So I walked across the moor, until I found a dry place to sleep, in the shelter of a small hill.

the little old grey house, the wild open moors around it, and the lonely hills and valleys where we walked for hours.

Only the hills sent a faint echo back.

And then I heard an echo sent back by hills, but there's no echo here, in the middle of the wood.

What can we buy with his fifteen shillings a week?

Cleaned his house, washed his clothes, cooked his soup? And what did we get? Three shillings a week!

Here's your money. And he counted out several shillings into the women's hands.

Come back with the man and I'll give you a shilling.

Come back in less than five minutes and I'll give you three shillings!

I am. Not a shilling less. I must tell you, I haven't given anything to anyone for years.

Late one November night, in that same year 1775, a coach going from London to Dover stopped at the top of a long hill.

The horses were tired, but as they rested, the driver heard another horse coming fast up the hill behind them.

Oh, he ran away down the hill outside the village.

Jacques, said the stranger. He shook the road mender's hand, and turned to look at the Marquis's castle on the hill.

Can you see those trees on the hill in front of us? Manderley is in the valley beyond those trees.

We had reached the top of a small hill. The path ran down into a little valley, by the side of a stream.

I got up and walked down the hill to the bay.

We were in the hills near Monte Carlo. It was the same place I went to with you. Do you remember?

That's strange, I said. The dawn seems to be coming up over there, behind those hills. But it can't be, it's too early.

We reached the top of the hill. The road to Manderley lay before us.

One very warm evening in the Seeonee hills in Southern India, Father Wolf woke up from his day's rest

I will go to the higher ground at the west wall, Kaa said, and come down the hill very fast. Good hunting!

Now he came down the hill very quickly, hungry and wanting to kill.

Chapter 1 is entitled Set The Table and it begins with this quote from Napoleon Hill

Along the way, dogs must pull the sled over steep, snowy hills, and across icy rivers.

Never, said his wolf brothers. Come to the foot of the hill when you are a man, and we will talk with you.

And in the morning Mowgli went down the hill alone to meet those strange things that are called men.

They drove the buffaloes round in a big circle uphill.

He had been in the same place for thirty years: a shop at the top of a hilly street where few customers passed.

Neighbors moved away, and there remained only a few small shops on the hill.

And no one was going to climb the hill just to browse through a few small shops.

We could place it outside, and attract those people who pass at the bottom of the hill.

One afternoon he had seen a man at the top of the hill, complaining that it was impossible to find a decent place to get something to drink after such a climb.

Let's sell tea to the people who climb the hill. Lots of places sell tea around here, the merchant said.

The men climbed the hill, and they were tired when they reached the top.

Before long, the news spread, and a great many people began to climb the hill to see the shop that was doing something new in a trade that was so old.

Other shops were opened that served tea in crystal, but they weren't at the top of a hill, and they had little business.

The hills of Andalusia were only two hours away, but there was an entire desert between him and the Pyramids.

He will be telling us about the plan to improve the fast growing suburb of Red Hill.

A keep clear sign will be erected at the junction of Evelyn Street and Hill Street, to enable traffic to exit at all times.

Something we're planning to do to help control the flow of traffic in the area is to install traffic lights half way down Hill Street where it crosses Days Road.

and an artist will incorporate that story into paintings on the wall of a building on the other side of Hill Street from the supermarket.

And finally, we've agreed to build a new children's playground which will be at the other end of Hill Street close to the intersection with Carberry Street.

where exactly is the restaurant? Well, we have two branches the one we're recruiting for is in Hillsdunne Road.

But, not long after Melania Trump's speech ended, an unemployed journalist named Jarrett Hill noticed similarities between her speech and the one given by Michelle Obama at the 2008 Democratic National Convention.

Hill wrote on Twitter: Melania stole a whole graph from Michelle's speech

The Kalamazoo program is now getting more attention because of Hillary Clinton.

However, last year, Trump told The Hill newspaper that the federal government should not profit on student loans and should allow students to lower the amount of interest they pay.

Bees are in the flowers, growing in the graveyard, And over the hill, where the river meets the mill,

What song the Syrens sang, or what name Achilles assumed when he hid himself among women, although puzzling questions, are not beyond all conjecture. Sir Thomas Browne.

like those who already slumber under the hill on which the rich trader, whose ground it is, has built a bench,

then go up quickly and take the dog, and set him on my apron; then open the chest, and take as many shillings as you like.

No, replied the Witch, not a single shilling will I have.

You're a nice fellow! exclaimed the Soldier; and he set him on the Witch's apron, and took as many copper shillings as his pockets would hold, and then locked the chest, set the dog on it again, and went into the second chamber.

and this was very kind of him, for he knew from old times how hard it is when one has not a shilling.

But as he spent money every day and never earned any, he had at last only two shillings left;

Bring me some money, said he to the dog; and whisk!  the dog was gone, and whisk!  he was back again, with a great bag full of shillings in his mouth.

But if you will run to where I lived, and bring me my Tinder box, you shall have four shillings: but you must put your best leg foremost.

The shoemaker's boy wanted to get the four shillings, so he went and brought the Tinder box, and well, we shall hear now what happened.

and the green hills and meadows of home, with its ruddy woods, lay spread around him in the quiet sunshine of a lovely autumn day.

And thus it happened ; for when he received the measure back, there were three new eight shilling pieces adhering thereto.

for she had been seen by the cowherd from the hill, when she was crossing the marsh and had disappeared.

He looked out over it, and over the rampart, and over the nunshill opposite, where the convent lay, and the light gleamed forth from the nun's cell.

Is there not even a dunghill here in this garden, where a person of rank, like myself, could take up his abode and feel at home?

always going down the hill, and yet always merry; it's worth the money to see it.

Well, let's now listen to Else Churchill, from the Society of Genealogists here in London, who explains what I meant.

Else Churchill says it's likely that millions of us are distantly related to a gateway ancestor like King Edward of third of England.