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|Proverbs 25:9-10 Avoid inquisitive persons, for they are sure to be gossips, their |
ears are open to hear, but they will not keep what is entrusted to them. — Horace
The things most people want to know about are usually none of their business.
|Hopper, Hedda Avoid inquisitive persons, for they are sure to be gossips, their |
ears are open to hear, but they will not keep what is entrusted to them. - Horace
Gossip is only the lack of a worthy memory. - Hubbard, Elbert For prying into any
|Horace Gold will be slave or master. - Horace Avoid inquisitive persons, for they |
are sure to be gossips, their ears are open to hear, but they will not keep what is
entrusted to them. - Horace To have a great man for a friend seems pleasant to ...
|This ebook features an illustrated biography of Dorothy L. Sayers including rare images from the Marion E. Wade Center at Wheaton College.|
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|I'm sure I cannot tell you, Miss Davies," was the reply, " nnless she's engaged in |
tidying up some of her beautiful ... she does nothing but chatter and gossip when
she comes, she's always here in good time. ... Now, it was both idle and wrong of
them to speak thus disrespectfully of an absent individual, though it was not ... But
however agreeable or interesting they might have been to herself, Jane
Catterell's love-stories and gossipings .... It'a all nonsense, John, and people will
find it ...
|This is the final Richard Hannay adventure, in which he becomes involved in hazardous escapades.|
|Translated and introduced by Kenneth McLeish, this edition includes Strindberg's Preface.|