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|A handful soldiers is always better than a mouthful of arguments. (E96) These |
authoritarian consequences may be ominous, or at least cynical, but they also
show that, even before the Revolution, Lichtenberg had no illusions—the general
|Quoted in: Independent (London, 3 Feb. 1990), referring to proposed legal |
reforms. 14 A handful of soldiers is always better than a mouthful of arguments. G
. C LICHTENBERC (1742-99), German physicist, philosopher. Aphorisms, "
|Lichtenberg, Georg C. Man is a gregarious animal and much more so in his mind |
than in his body. A golden rule; judge men ... Lichtenberg, Georg C. A handful of
soldiers is always better than a mouthful of arguments. - Lichtenberg, Georg C.
|I demand no greater compensation than that he now has some of his own work |
printed. 18 His own figure mocks him. 19 A handful of soldiers is always better
than a mouthful of arguments. 20 When we read odes our nostrils expand and so
|Le Sueur, Meridel A handful of soldiers is always better than a mouthful of |
arguments. - Lichtenberg, Georg C. The web of domination has become the web
of Reason itself, and this society is fatally entangled in it. - Marcuse, Herbert In ...
|celebration on Parliament Hill – including a military fly past – that was planned |
months before the end of the actual ... in Libya gives some proof to the old saying,
'a handful of soldiers is better than a mouthful of arguments'” (Harper 2011b).
|A handful of soldiers is always better than a mouthful of arguments. The fly that |
does not want to be swatted is safest if it sits on the fly-swatter. There is a lot of
gold in Lichtenberg. The casual negligence of presumed familiarity has assured
|“She's good at that,” Sax said as he whipped an egg, dropped an oyster into the |
egg, then coated it with a mix of cornmeal, flour, and seasoning. ... tasted even
better than it smelled. “Okay,” he said around a mouthful of deep- fried seasoned
oyster. “You're not going to get any argument from me about that. ... “So,” he
asked, when Sax came back with a handful of bills, “what do you know about her
?” “Who ...
|Far beneath, where lights glowed like a carelessly scooped handful of jewels, |
had been the home of those old F ... If you don't find Mr. Brandeis' argument
convincing and his style pleasing, we'll send the money back cheerfully. wave of
the ... She rode so slowly that Cosette was able to snatch mouthfuls of clover now
and then, and even at the distance, the soldier perceived a tired, dispirited droop
of the young shoulders. ... “It may be more difiicult than you think,” he answered
|The argument of our contemporary would have been at least as good, had the |
writer not turned aside in a parenthesis to ... But though we are always glad, and
hope to be always ready, to do our best towards getting justice done to any man,
... wiry, Hoosierish-looking fellow mounts the stand ; both hands in his breeches-
pockets ; both eyes shut ; mouth full of tobacco. ... in the United States has been
the object of more vehement abuse and unreasoning worship than General Jim