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Heydar Aliyev

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It is naturally I am a person worshipping my Country. I have even not forgotten the names of my teachers who taught here 60 years ago.

 
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No: by the names inscribed in History's page,
Names that are England's noblest heritage,
Names that shall live for yet unnumbered years
Shrined in our hearts with Cressy and Poictiers;
Let wealth and commerce, laws and learning die,
But leave us still our old nobility.

 
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