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|Although there is some variation in emphasis, depending on which pair is chosen|
, the same core lines of argument ... PERSONAL DIGNITY Aristotle's statement
that “Dignity does not consist in possessing honors, but in deserving them,” is a ...
Wolfgang Mieder, Stewart A. Kingsbury, Kelsie B. Harder - 1992 - 710 pages
|Dignity does not consist in a silk dress. Rec. dist.: N.Y. 2. Dignity does not consist |
in possessing honors but in deserving them. Rec. dist.: Mich. 3. Dignity is one
thing that can't be preserved in alcohol. Rec. dist.: Miss. diligence 1. Diligence ...
|Aristotle says, "dignity does not consist in possessing honors but in deserving |
them." Where these honors are deserved let us 1) our part in placing them. In the
coming primary six Judges of the Supreme Court are to be nominated, a position
|Difficulties. 1. The wise and the active conquer difficulties by daring to attempt |
them. Rowe. 2. Through difficulties to the stars. Motto of the State of Kansas.
Dignity. 1. Dignity does not consist in possessing honors but in deserving them.
1884 - 1216 pages
|H. Walpole. Submit your sentiments with diffidence ; a dictatorial style, though it |
may carry conviction, is always accompanied with disgust. Washington ... E. P.
Whipple. Dignity consists not in possessing honors, but in deserving them.
|And it's about preserving your dignity, long after everything will be stripped from |
you. ... insights prove Welch to be a dignified man himself, wise as he is to realize
that, “dignity does not consist of possessing honors, but in deserving them.
|ETYMOLOGY: Old French dignité; Latin dignitas, worth, perhaps related to decus, |
esteem, and decet, it is fitting. W QUOTATIONS Dignity does not consist in
possessing honors, but in deserving them. —Aristotle2 Our dignity is not in what
1887 - 1267 pages
|Dignity. 245 Diffidence. 1. Diffidence is the right eye of prudence. Difficult. 1. |
Nothing is difficult to a willing mind. 2. ... Dignity. 1. Dignity does not consist in
possessing honors but in deserving them. Aristotle. 2. The easiest way to dignity
|Do not confuse motion and progress. A rocking horse keeps moving but does not |
make any progress.—Alfred A. Montapert You've got ... Aristotle Dignity does not
consist of possessing honors, but in deserving them.—Aristotle One of the true ...
|Dignity. How many days, weeks, months, and years go by and how many are still |
waiting for us as we drive toward the end? This is a question that ... “Dignity does
not consist in possessing honors, but in deserving them.”—Aristotle The truth ...