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|beg people to throw me all their A man with one watch knows wasted hours. ... of |
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and the older he grows, the more things will ... WATER he promptly consign to it.
|A virtue to be serviceable must, like gold, be alloyed with some commoner but |
more durable metal. ... Butler, Samuel Everyone should keep a mental
wastepaper basket, and the older he grows, the more things will he promptly
consign to it.
|And the rescuing, in one fell swoop, of all those doomed little city children would |
be too fine a thing — deliverance! ... Everyone should keep a mental wastepaper
basket, and the older he grows the more things will he promptly consign to it ...
|Van Wyck Brooks A mental wastepaper basket. Everyone should keep one and |
the older he grows the more things will be the more promptly consigned to it —
torn up to irrecoverable tatters. — Samuel Butler You can lead a man up to the ...
|Victor Hugo EVERYONE should keep a big mental wastepaper basket, and the |
older he grows, the more things he will promptly consign to it. — Samuel Butler
THE greatest waste is the waste of a positive idea that comes from God! —
|If we .1t tend continually and promptly to the little that we can do, we shall ere |
long be surprised to find how little remains ... Everyone should keep a mental
waste-paper basket and the older he grows the more things he will consign to it
— torn ...
Nancy Scheper-Hughes - 2001 - 389 pages
|"Saints, Scholars, and Schizophrenics, in its original form--now integrally reproduced in the new edition--is a most important seminal study of an Irish community."--Conor Cruise O'Brien|
Gore Vidal - 1997 - 186 pages
|With the publication of his daring thrid novel The City and the Pillar in 1948, Gore Vidal shocked the American public, which has just begun to hail him as their newest and brightest young writer.|
|By night the glittering world of Times Square, cinemas, clubs and the brittle, played-out demi-monde . . . by day a wasteland of hollow men, lonely apartments and empty morning coffee stands .|