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|5 It is not so much the example of others we imitate as the reflection of ourselves |
in theireyes and the echo of ourselves in their words. ERIC HOFFER ... 10
Example is a bright looking-glass, universal and for all shapes to look into.
MICHEL DE ...
|Johnson, Samuel We are too quick to imitate depraved examples. - Juvenal, (|
Decimus Junius Juvenalis) Nothing is so contagious as an example. ... Miller,
Henry Example is a bright looking-glass, universal and for all shapes to look into.
|Montaigne, Michel Eyquem De Example is a bright looking-glass, universal and |
for all shapes to look into. - Montaigne, Michel Eyquem De All the fame you
should look for in life is to have lived it quietly. - Montaigne, Michel Eyquem De
|But sure there is need of other remedies than dreaming, a weak contention of art |
against nature. Example is a bright looking-glass, universal and for all shapes to
look into. There is not much less vexation in the government of a private family ...
|This account of several lower class citizens of Dublin describes their activities and tells what some of them were thinking one day in 1904|
|Set the tube aside for a time, and if the sample is pure the solution will be |
perfectly clear. If beef, mutton, or pork fat be in it, the mixture will resolve itself into
2 solutions of different densities, with a clear line of demarkation. ... With the
hands or a piece of paper rolled in a funnel shape, hold an egg toward the light ;
if the egg is clear and golden in appearance, it is good; if it is ... Make an egg
tester by fitting » looking-glass in the bottom of a cigar box ; cat round tioles in the
cover, just Inrgc ...
|The subdivisions of these are called sureuli; and the final divisions into the most |
minute of all, are by some called eapillamcnttr; ... is of a slender shape and bright
green colon., marked on each side with a line of yellow: tht eyes are black ; the
irides yellow; they ... and adhere firmly, by means of the membrirn at the ends of
their toes sticking to the smootfcd surface : a looking-glass was held ... At night
these frogs nuts an incessant chirping, and leap from spray to spn) in search of
|M. Bouguereau has £ a. young person holding this fruit, and looking very much |
as though she doubted whether she ought to ... of fourteen years, to be too
curious in making inquiries of that visible Echo which is presented by a looking
glass. ... Over all that bright scene the dark shade of a cypress is now drawn. ...
Are you used to look on the “Sunni" side of things. .... by a stupid report which
crept into the newspapers to the effect tha; he had presented a “testimonial,” in
the shape of a ...
|in mirror bright we see *":#'hantera (1702), p.10, prös-pêct, s. (Lat. prospectus= a |
look ont, a distant view, from prospectus, pa. par. of prospicio = to look forward :
pro = forward, and spicio = to look; Ital, prospetto.] ... “A composition of the various
dranghts which he has previously made from various beautiful scenes and
prospects."—Reynolds. Discourses. *6. A looking forward; a view into futurity;
foresight, anticipation. ... A perspective glass; a glass through which things are
|9, though actually the same size, the central rectangle on the left looks slightly |
larger than the rectangle on the right. ... supermarket shelf, a white package tends
to look larger (and 'better value for money') than a dark-colored one of the same
size and shape. ... When looking out of a paneled window at a sunlit sky, for
example, the crossbars (even if painted white) look ... They will also look thinner
than they are as light seen through the glass seems to expand into them from