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Les Misérables (musical) - Characters
... or tenor Enjolras is the leader of the student revolutionaries and a friend of Marius ... baritone or tenor Marius, a student revolutionary, is friends with Éponine, but falls in love with Cosette ... Friends of the ABC baritone or tenor Student revolutionaries who lead a revolution and die in the process, the Friends of the ABC become martyrs for the rights of citizens ...
Red Jacket - Speech To The U.S. Senate - Civility
... settlers to come to their land, he said, “They found friends and not enemies.. ... We took them to be friends ... and hope the Great Spirit will protect you on your journey, and return you safe to your friends.” ...
Jemima Wilkinson - Preaching 1777-1790
... The year "the Friend" came out, she was rejected by her Quaker brethren ... audiences and grew her congregation of "Universal Friends" ... Documents authored by members of the Society of Friends, and her personal Sign was borrowed adapted from the Quakers ...
Peter's Friends - Reception - Critical Response
... Peter's Friends was well received by most critics and currently holds a 76% "Fresh" rating on Rotten Tomatoes ... but awarded it three-and-a-half stars, stating, "The structure of Peter's Friends is not blazingly original - The Big Chill comes instantly to mind - but a ... This is a new weekend with new friends." Conversely, online critic James Berardinelli spoke poorly of the film, giving it a mere two-and-a-half out of a possible four stars and stating, "At its ...
List Of Christian Denominations - Protestantism - Religious Society of Friends (Quakers)
... Main article Religious Society of Friends The Religious Society of Friends (Quakers), is considered historically to be a Protestant Christian denomination ... Friends United Meeting Evangelical Friends International Central Yearly Meeting of Friends Conservative Friends Friends General Conference Beanite Quakerism Britain Yearly ...

Famous quotes containing the word friends:

    Friendship demands a religious treatment. We talk of choosing our friends, but friends are self-elected. Reverence is a great part of it.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    Your friends praise your abilities to the skies, submit to you in argument, and seem to have the greatest deference for you; but, though they may ask it, you never find them following your advice upon their own affairs; nor allowing you to manage your own, without thinking that you should follow theirs. Thus, in fact, they all think themselves wiser than you, whatever they may say.
    William Lamb Melbourne, 2nd Viscount (1779–1848)

    He did not live, he observed life from a window, and too often was inclined to content himself with no more than what his friends told him they saw when they looked out of a window.... In the end the point of Henry James is neither his artistry nor his seriousness, but his personality, and this was curious and charming and a trifle absurd.
    W. Somerset Maugham (1874–1965)