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|:E patient with your friends. They are neither omniscient ... Above all, be patient |
with your beloved. Love is the best thing on the ... HE reason. M 213 CULTIVATE
PATIENCE Anonymous BEWARE THE FURY OF A PATIENT MAN John Dryden.
|Beware the fury of a patient man." In those passages we have from Francis an |
exact and literal reproduction of the words of Junius. But, in the first instance,
sixteen years, in the second forty years, in the third forty-nine years had passed
since J ...
|1 In 1785 Francis said in a speech : " Laws are made to guard against what men |
may do, not to trust to what they will do." In 1769 Junius ... In 1768 Junius wrote : "
A great poet says with a singular emphasis: Beware the fury of a patient man.
|The Fury of a Patient Father Zavian Escandar. This book is dedicated to my ... be |
strengthened or restored. Special thanks to my attorney, John Tasker, and his
brilliant assistant, Lynn Johnson “Beware the fury of a patient man” —John
|It was on a consideration of this kind of character that a great poet says with a |
singular emphasis— Beware the fury of a patient man* (iii. 8.) Francis. — "
Agreed. Then look to the proverb, for instruction, before it be too late. Beware the
fury of a ...
|Beware the fury of a patient man. — PROVERB WE BARELY HAD TIME TO |
ADJUST TO THE NEWS that Bill W3S going tO be a published author when
another exciting event loomed: The Center for Contemplative Studies arranged
|Beware the fury of a patient man? (Plan of Reform, &c. p. 30.) Junius " While this |
censorial power is maintained, to speak in the words of a most ingenious
foreigner*, both minister and magistrate is • This quotation from De Lolme has
|Let the BUYER beware. / Beware of little EXPENSES. / Beware of those who get |
FAMILIAR quickly. / Beware the FLATTERER. / When the FOX preaches, beware
of your geese. / Beware the FURY of a patient man. / Beware of the GREEKS ...
|Like Sergeant York, the pacifist turned war hero, they embody the fury of the |
patient man pushed beyond his ... his poem "Absalom and Achitophcl" (irtSi): "
Beware the Fury ot a Patient Man. postwar western, so often set in the period
from 1 The ...
|He broke open his fortune cookie and read it aloud. “'Beware the fury of a patient |
man.' This must belong to somebody else. I don't know any patient men—except
maybe Jacob Appleberry, and he's ninetythree. If he got furious he'd probably ...