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|and to believe that we too can be seen and judged in the wholeness of our |
character. GEORGE ELIOT 11819-80). English ... 10 Example is a bright looking-
glass, universal and for all shapes to look into. MICHEL DE MONTAIGNE (1 533-
|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 In true education, anything that comes to our |
hand is as good as a book: the prank of a page- boy, the ... Montaigne, Michel
Eyquem De Example is a bright looking-glass, universal and for all shapes to
|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 ...
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|As an empiricist, Russell starts at the beginning with this question: Is there any knowledge in the world that is so certain that no reasonable man could doubt it? This, according to Russell, is where the work of philosophy begins.|
|To cite a few examples of building in which polychromatic decoration remains; |
there is the Parthenon, there are the Baths of Titus, the house of Augustus ...
These are all polychromatised, and in most cases with bright positive ... We
began by admitting stained glass, and. finding that white walls looked more
povertystricken by the contrast, we ventured to tone ... orpiment, and other
pigments to be used in the painting of the church) that the practice of polychrome
was almost "universal.
|It is market-day, and there is a most picturesque array of countrywomen, who look |
as if they all belonged to the sea, they ore so coarse ... Their dress is wonderfully
full of low-toned colour, with perhaps bright-coloured cotton handkerchiefs tied ...
Black, dork blue, and a sort of greenish grey are almost the universal colours
seen in skirts all over the province ; the .... She is for ever attitudinizing before a
mental looking-glass, and always deprecating, now the admiration of her friends,
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|To cite a few examples of building in which polychromatic decoration remains ; |
there is the Parthenon, there are the Baths of ... These are all polychromatised,
and in most cases with bright positive colours. ... We began by admitting stained
glass, and, finding that white walls looked more poverty- stricken by the contrast,
we ... We can, therefore, with justice exclaim, "Give us back the ancient colours in
place of white walls and mouldings which look as if they were moulded in plaster,