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|Never say anything about yourself you do not want to come true. - Tracy, Brian |
We feel good about ... Twain, Mark Acknowledgment -- If you wish your merit to
be known, acknowledge that of other people. - Unknown, Source You're not what
|Cold and flu are two good reasons; wind and rain and other sorrow, warm today |
and cold tomorrow. Whoever said ... Unknown, Source Acknowledgment -- If you
wish your merit to be known, acknowledge that of other people. - Unknown ...
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Frank Agin. Acknowledgement of Others "If you wish your merit to be known,
acknowledge that of other people." - Oriental Proverb Imagine you walk into a
|Miss Drummond," replied I, confused, "when I was an orphan, a charity-boy, and |
a waterman, you called me Jacob : if the alteration in my prospects ... if we are in
future to be on such different terms — T can only say, that 1 wish that I weie again
—Jacob Faithful, the waterman. ... is humiliating to acknowledge and attempt to
repair a fault; but still he did more than could be expected from most people. ...
Can I say more V " No : I am satisfied with your repentance and acknowledgment.
|If you wish your merit to be known, acknowledge that of others. Japanese proverb |
... At its pettiest this consists of brash boasting, coupled perhaps with a belittling
of what other people have done. To become a braggart is to enter a vicious ...
|And therefore my most humble suit to your Majesty is ; that this, which seemed to |
me intended, may speedily be ... and duty towards your Majesty and yoor
children ; as, I hope, time will manifest against envy and detraction, if any be. ... to
express myself to your lordship; it being the first time I could make the like
acknowledgment, when I stood out of the ... that you have been miserably abused
, when you were first «educed; but that which I take in compassion, others may
take in severity.
|j haye alwayj ^ of your side) and j naturaUy " hate and detest that rabble of |
malicious people, who " when they fee any exalted ... of making grateful
acknowledgments " of his labours and his discoveries, swell with envy " against
him, and have no other aim than to ... I have met with such " rubs myself, and I
know by experience what unea- " siness they give one. ... Wherefore all " that 1
shall say is, that I join •with you in complaining " °f fortune for not sufficiently
acknowledging your merit.
|You are an orphan, without money and without family, although not without |
friends, which you have secured by your own merit; and you have only your
courage and your abilities to advance you in the service. Can it, then, be ... It will
be an exertion, I acknowledge; but if I mistake not his character, not too great a
one for William Seymour. Good-night ... but it is well known that in some families,
as in some countries, the advance to maturity is much more rapid than in others.
Such was the ...
|A VISIT TO DRURY LANK I? a modern Thomson were to wish to write another |
poem on the " Scatont," he would find ... Some people are said to live a whole life
in an hour, and Drury Lane, most certainly, lives through several seasons in a
single year. ... but the "Acknowledged Man- Monkey " receives substantial proofs
of acknowledgment at the hands cf nightly crowds. We will not ask why it is? but
so it is; and. declining to ask the question, whether it is caused by the dinner hour
, the ...
|If a modern THQMson were to wish to write another poem on the “Seasons,” he |
would find novelty—at least of ... Some people are said to live a whole life in an
hour, and Drury Lane, most ceitainly, lives through several seasons in a ... but the
“Acknowledged ManMonkey” receives substantial proofs of acknowledgment at
the hands of nightly crowds. .... Out of the dozens of JENNINGSEs on every
variety of pasteboard, how pick out your JENNINGs? how select the man you
desire to ...
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