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|Nothing in the world attracts as much as the lovableness of a child, it is not |
imposing; it does not arouse fear. lt is tender and sweet and has a spontaneous
... Better to be driven out from among men than to be disliked of children -R.H.
|Crane, Monta It takes three to make a child. - Cummings, E.E. (Edward. E.) All my |
life through, the new sights of Nature made me rejoice like a child. - Curie,
Madame Marie Better to be driven out from among men than to be disliked of
|Whether you read this as a high school student with a D average or a fifty year |
old secretary who hates her job, you can become a doctor. It might be ... Liane
Cordes “Better to be driven out from among men than to be disliked of children.
|A great writer has said that it were " better to be driven out from among men than |
to be disliked by children." So Mr. Lincoln firmly believed ; and whenever it
chanced that he gave offence to a child unwittingly he never rested until he had
|They have line upon line, precept upon precept, here a little and there a little, and |
— man still is man. ... On returning to the room the good Mrs. Lane noticed my
agitation, which she naturally enough attributed to my parting from my mother. ...
1 ther had been attached to the army, and as he kept I was the only child of my
parents, Thomas and ! his family with his ... father, I was christened Thomasine,
young girl possessed of a less refined mind than Flo- coromonly pronounced
|Thomas Kinkade. to be driven out from among men than to be disliked of children|
. Jour children will see what you're all about by what.
|which sense is made of the world, for the snowflake children of our inner cities. |
Towards an Understanding of 'At Risk' Better to be driven out from among men
than to be disliked of children - Richard Henry Dana If only we could choose our
|5 They were 'driven forth from among men, (they cried after them as after a thief;) |
6 To 'dwell in the clefts of the valleys, in • caves of the earth, and in the rocks. ... 8
They were h children of ' fools, yea, children off base men: they were k viler than
the earth. ... of their being driven out, upon roe;1 and it is common for criminals to
hate the judges and laws which punish them. ... In revenge; because, when in
prosperity and power, like a good magistrate, he put tin- laws in execution
|5 They were 'driven forth from among men, (they cried after them us after a thief;) |
6 To f dwell in the clefts of the valley*, in * eaves ... 8 They were h children of '
fools,' yea, children off base men: they were k viler than the earth. ... steal the
bread out of other people's mouths; an idle fellow isapubtic nuisance; but it is
better to drive such into a work-house, than, ... kicked him, either in wrath, from
hate, or in sport, to make themselves merry, as they did with oppressor, because
he had done ...
|The Irish harvestmen are very good shearers, and the farmers like them well ; |
they have driven out the Scotch ... The Irish do not often get their children
vaccinated, and there is certainly more small-pox among their children than those
of the ... dislike to vaccination ; they are also frequently in the habit of giving
spirits to infants as a medicine : they do this more than ... The Irish apply sooner
to the dispensary, very often with the object of getting a recommendation from the
medical man to ...