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|the sake of appearances when they have no intention of sleeping separately is |
just as much a hypocrite as the pious ... According to Menchen “A gentleman is
one who never strikes a woman without provocation” – an apparently serious and
|Mencken, H. L. No matter how happily a woman may be married, it always |
pleases her to discover that there is a nice man who wishes that she were not. ...
Mencken, H. L. A gentlemen is one who never strikes a woman without
|512 No matter how long he lives, no man ever becomes as wise as the average |
woman. of forty-eight. 513'A gentleman is one who. never strikes a woman
Without provocation. 51¢ Man is anatnral polygamist. He al-ways has one
|But it makes no difference to the men who pay them — nor to the men who can't |
pay them. Firmness. A form of ... Gentleman. One who never strikes a woman
without provocation; one on whose word of honor the betting odds are at least i to
|Recently, I was allowed to write a piece in a women's magazine, and the editor |
introduced me as "a gentleman living in the ... One who never strikes a woman
without provocation; who never hurts anyone's feelings unintentionally; who
|Repose and cheerfulness are the badge of the gentleman -- repose in energy. - |
Emerson, Ralph Waldo Being a ... Mellon, Andrew William A gentlemen is one
who never strikes a woman without provocation. - Mencken, H. L. He was the ...
|Is There a Gentleman in the House? Russell Lynes "A gentleman," said H. L. |
Mencken some years ago, "is one who never strikes a woman without
provocation." I note this because a little less than a year ago I was accused of not
being a ...
|I searched everywhere and couldn't find any gentleman's code written out.” “What |
... “Perhaps one who hasn't found it in the gentlemen of her acquaintance. ... “
Never strike a woman,” he went on with gritted teeth, “no matter the provocation.
|A gentleman is one who never strikes a woman without provocation. In "The Jazz |
Webster" (A Book of Burlesques, 1916), Mencken defined a gentleman as, "One
who never strikes a woman without provocation; one on whose word of honor ...
|THE SPE * P. S. I am the more impatient under this * misfortune, having received |
fresh provocation, ' last Wednesday, in the ... as to strike a lady, can never
recover his reputation with either fex, because no provocation is thought strong
enough to ... Not many years ago an English gentleman, who in a rencounter by
night in the sireets us Mzidrid had the misfortune to ... himself lineally defcended
from some great man; nor any one of the highest title, who would not discover
several base ...