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|You never find yourself until you face the truth. - Bailey, Pearl A platitude is simply |
a truth repeated till people get tired of hearing it. - Baldwin, James We take our
shape, it is true, within and against that cage of reality bequeathed us at our birth;
Bill Swainson - 2000 - 1319 pages
|"Down at the Cross — Letter from a Region in My Mind," The Fire Next Time (|
1963) 26 The only thing white people have that black people ... Hansard (
November 10, 1932) 7 A platitude is simply a truth repeated till people get tired of
|platitudes,. euphemisms,. and. other. worn-out. expressions. 45 Names and |
Nicknames Names and nicknames of ... from the Word', in Language and Silence
(1967) 44:3 A platitude is simply a truth repeated until people get tired of hearing
|... of platitudes, and a platitude is simply a truth repeated until people get tired of |
hearing it. The same treatment is often meted out to the makers of platitudes, I
might call them platitudinarians. It was meted out to Aristides for the reason that ...
|... Malcolm Groves (1980) pointed out: 'A platitude, someone once said, is simply |
a truth repeated until people get tired of hearing it. The need for participation by
young people is in danger of becoming another modern platitude. lt would not ...
|Baldwin, Stanley A platitude is simply a truth repeated till people get tired of |
hearing it. quoted in 1924 Baldwin, Stanley There are three groups that no British
Prime Minister should provoke: the Vatican, the Treasury and the miners.
|(Speech in debate on the Address) 29 May 1 924, A platitude is simply a truth |
repeated until people get tired of hearing it. (Speech in debate on Committee of
Supply) 17 Mar 1931, The papers conducted by Lord Ro- thermere and Lord ...
|BALLET 6 Anyone who has ever struggled with poverty knows how extremely |
expensive it is to he poor 3 Nobody Knows My Name platitude is simply a truth
repeated until people get tired of hearing ft* Stanley Baldwin Hansard 29 May
Alfred Emanuel Smith, Francis Walton - 1885
|I know you do, for your sensitive soul comprehends every shade of feel. ing. ... |
Mrs. Herndon listened patiently to the exposition of “What is Truth in Decorative
Arti"—truth proving to be the faithful carrying out ... The President roused himself
from the long abstraction he had learned to hide by a plea of tired eyes, and a ...
but few knew it. and for the many he was simply a New England Brahmin, family,
fortune, and hearing all being of the order .... Why are you one of them 7” be
|Burning slums and five-star hotels, romantic love and prison agonies, criminal wars and Bollywood films, spiritual gurus and mujaheddin guerrillas---this huge novel has the world of human experience in its reach, and a passionate love for ...|