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|... and pence; invoiced, double- entried, quoted, written-off, and so forth; most of |
those terms are probably wrong, but a little inaccuracy sometimes saves tons of
explanation. "On the other side of the account there is the industrious apprentice,
|Ri'yinuld in Russia (1910) 'The Baker's Dozen' 7 A little inaccuracy sometimes |
saves tons of explanation. ... (1919) 'Hyacinth' 9 We all know that Prime Ministers
are wedded to the truth, but like other married couples they sometimes live apart.
|Gyles Brandreth. A little inaccuracy sometimes saves tons of explanation. Life |
and its Challenges Life is something to do when. Lies see also TRUTH It reminds
me of the small boy who jumbled his biblical quotations and said: 'A lie is an ...
|... present stuff as the present A little inaccuracy sometimes saves A little |
inaccuracy sometimes saves tons of explanation tons of explanation It's
dangerous to be right when It's dangerous to be right when bureaucracy is wrong
bureaucracy is ...
|For example, saying that a child does not read well because she has dyslexia is |
not an explanation. ... 4Voltaire A little inaccuracy sometimes saves tons of
explanation. isaki, The Square Egg,'7 1924 The observation that in every fat
|EXPERIENCE EXPLANATION Experience teaches wisdom: the experienced |
husband has learned to think twice before saying nothing. Experience ...
EXPLANATION A little inaccuracy sometimes saves tons of explanations. - Saki
|A little inaccuracy sometimes saves tons of explanation. Change is inevitable, |
except from a vending machine. He who laughs last thinks slowest. Always
remember you're unique, just like everyone else. Two is not equal to three
|He sometimes included coded references to homosexuality in his stories; as he |
explained in The Square Egg, a little inaccuracy sometimes saves tons of
explanations. The suspiciously close Reginald and clovis appeared in a series
of saki's ...
|A little inaccuracy sometimes saves tons of explanation. Saki Stories of fallen |
people who stand out against the conditions that their betters succumb to are
always fascinating. Thomas Keneally If the writing is honest it cannot be
separated from ...
|... is nothing more than a population of individual trees comprised of cells. I |
anticipate and accept the criticism. "A little inaccuracy sometimes saves tons of
explanation," said H. H. Munro, the Scottish pundit who wrote under the