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1  The law of gravity was nonsense.
Nineteen Eighty-Four By George Orwell
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2  The so-called laws of Nature were nonsense.
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3  The Ministry of Love, which maintained law and order.
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4  You don't even control the climate or the law of gravity.
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5  You must get rid of those nineteenth-century ideas about the laws of Nature.
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6  She would not accept it as a law of nature that the individual is always defeated.
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7  On the other hand his actions are not regulated by law or by any clearly formulated code of behaviour.
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8  It was the law by which every capitalist had the right to sleep with any woman working in one of his factories.
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9  There was no law, not even an unwritten law, against frequenting the Chestnut Tree Cafe, yet the place was somehow ill-omened.
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10  For all he knew there might never have been any such law as the JUS PRIMAE NOCTIS, or any such creature as a capitalist, or any such garment as a top hat.
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11  There then rose schools of thinkers who interpreted history as a cyclical process and claimed to show that inequality was the unalterable law of human life.
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12  The idea of an earthly paradise in which men should live together in a state of brotherhood, without laws and without brute labour, had haunted the human imagination for thousands of years.
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13  The heirs of the French, English, and American revolutions had partly believed in their own phrases about the rights of man, freedom of speech, equality before the law, and the like, and have even allowed their conduct to be influenced by them to some extent.
Nineteen Eighty-Four By George Orwell
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