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|He is the greatest menace to the well-being of the virtuous, for besides directly |
deceiving them, he seems to present to ... "HONOUR AND SHAME FROM NO
CONDITION RISE ACT WELL YOUR PART, THERE ALL THE HONOUR LIES"
|Honor and shame from no condition rise. Act well your part; there all the honor |
lies. Var.: Act well thy part; there all honor lies. Rec. dist.: Wis. 1st cit.: 1733Pope,
Essay on Man. 20c. coll.:Stevenson 1161:8. 7. Honor exists but for the honorable.
|... from his memory of English poetry a line from Alexander Pope\s Essay on Man: |
"Act w ell your part, there all the honor lies. ... the line comes goes like this: Honor
and shame from no condition rise; Act well your part, there all the honor lies.
|Where the meekness of self-knowledge veileth the front of self-respect, there look |
thou for the man whose name none can know but they will honor. — Tupper. Act
well your part ; there all the honor lies. Pofk. Clear and round dealing is the ...
|And whether or not we shall prove worthy of honor depends altogether upon how |
well, — or how ill, — we act that part that is assigned to us. "Act well your part;
there all the honor lies!" "Act well your part!" — not during fair weather alone, ...
|And scoundrel-supreme Bernie Madoff lived high on the hog while bilking his |
clients out of their life savings, even stealing ... Alexander Pope's famous lines, “
Honor and shame from no condition rise; Act well your part, there all the honor
|containing a new arrangement of Murray's exercises and key, with the various |
parts of which, the corresponding notes, rules, and observations in Murray's ...
Honor and shame from no condition rise: -Act well your part; there, all the honor
|P. S. PJease to send me my drawing desk, with all my Latin French and English |
Books ; and I shoidd take it kind of you to lend me any of yours that you think will
be useful or amusing to me. Act well your Part. There all the Honor lies. Honour
|WI, , PART III. EXERCISE S IN SYNTAX. -. If we are sincere, we may be assured |
of an advocate to intersede for us. We ought not to consider the ... Honor and
shame from no condition rise: Act well your part; there, all the honor lies. The
rigor of ...
|While reading the lines of Pope — "Honor and fame from no condition rise, Act |
well your part— there all Ihe honor lies," occurred. " Well, now," said Aunt Euth, "
didn't Mr. Pope really know any better'n that; or did didn't seem to mind much