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|Emerson, Ralph Waldo Talent is commonly developed at the expense of |
character. - Emerson, Ralph Waldo No one respects a talent that is concealed. -
Erasmus, Desiderius Concealed talent brings no reputation. - Erasmus,
|Erasmus, Desiderius No one respects a talent that is concealed. - Erasmus, |
Desiderius Concealed talent brings no reputation. - Erasmus, Desiderius It's the
generally accepted privilege of theologians to stretch the heavens, that is the ...
|It is a proof of great talents to recall the mind from the senses, and to separate |
thought from habit. Cicero — Tusculanwum Disputationum. I. 16. s Occulta?
musices nullus respectus. Concealed talent brings no reputation. Erasmus —
|Hard work without talent is a shame, but talent without hard work is a tragedy. — |
Robert Half • Concealed talent brings no reputation. — Desiderius Erasmus •
Talk not of genius baffled. Genius is master of man. / Genius does what it must,
|Concealed talent brings no reputation. Erasmus, Dutch humanist and theologian |
(1466 — 1536) While few people like a braggart, false modesty is equally
dysfunctional. If you are accomplished and talented in certain areas, it is OK to be
|It takes people a long time to learn the difference between talent and genius, |
especially ambitious young men and women. Louisa MayAlcott Concealed talent
brings no reputation. Desiderius Erasmus This chapter uses a curious inroad into
|Talent. 1 . The best way to become a successful writer is to read good writing; |
remember it and then forget where you remember it from - Gene Fowler. 2.
Concealed talent brings no reputation -Erasmus. Talk 1 . Talkers are no good ...
|To do what others cannot do is talent. To do what talent cannot do is genius. - Will |
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|“Occultse Musices,” &c. (Concealed talent brings no reputation).—This occurs in |
Suetonius, Net, 20; and the same proverb is referred to by Gellius, xiii. 30, as “
verbum illud vetus.” 1_I. “Sub cultro liquit"=Left me in extreme peril.—Hor., Sat. i.,
|SEXUAL SELECTION IN LUMINESCENT BEETLES James E. Lloyd University of |
Florida Concealed talent brings no reputation (Erasmus). You're nobody 'til
somebody loves you (Dean Martin). The revolution in biology that R.D. Alexander
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