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|It will also be no surprise that boys suffer from educational and social ills at a |
much greater rate than girls do. ... FRUSTRATED COMMUNICATORS Better
build schoolrooms for "the boy" Than cells and gibbets for "the man" Eliza
|I wish there were no age between 10 and 23, because young men get wenches |
with child, upset the ancientry, ... (William Shakespeare, The Winter's Tale)
Theissue Better build schoolrooms for 'the boy' Than cells and gibbets for 'the
|communication skills in job descriptions and are becoming better skilled in |
assessing them. Modern economic society demands the ... Better build
schoolrooms for 'the boy' Than cells and gibbets for 'the man'. (Eliza Cook, 'A
Song for Ragged ...
|Better build schoolrooms for the boy, Than cells and gibbets for the man. Eliza |
Cook 120. 'Tis education forms the common mind ; Just as the twig is bent the
tree's inclined Alexander Pope 121. Every man is of importance to himself.
|simply a useful middle-man. It is not tor him to ... 2 Few things tend more tit |
alienate friendship than a want of punctuality in our engagements. I have known
... 5 Better build schoolrooms for "the boy," Than cells and gibbets for "the man."
|Bible: I Kings; see CRIME 15 This is the first of punishments, that no guilty man is |
acquitted if judged by himself. Juvenal ... Fry Memoir ofthe Life of Elizabeth Fry (
1848) Better build schoolrooms for 'the boy', Than cells and gibbets for 'the man'.
|Man trains his bound with watchful care, Defore he trusts him in the chaiC ; Man |
keeps his steed oc fitting fare, lie fore he tries ... and joy, Let us be doing what we
can l Better build school-rooms for "the boy," Than cells and gibbets for "the man.
|No man, Lord," has been heard in every line we have been writing. Now let the |
Christian ... to work ! with hope and joy Let us be doing what we can : Better build
school-rooms for the boy Than cells and gibbets for the man." Eliza Cook.
|It is the puir man's hard-won cash that fills the rich man's purse; I'm sure his |
gowden coffers they are hit wi mony a curse. ... ('Better build schoolrooms for the
boy, / Than cells and gibbets for the man'), as well as the 'simple' democratic
|Your own reality . . . for yourself, not for others . . . which no other man can ever |
know. He who wants to persuade should ... can betray is his conscience. Eliza
Cook Better build schoolrooms for 'the boy' than cells and gibbets for 'the man ...