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|'Fear has many eyes and can see things underground.' Miguel de Cervantes |
Edinburgh Castle was onthe highest pinnacleof theOld Town ridge. The muddy
road that led to it was steep and slipperyandPeazlewas wheezing like a donkey
|Fear has many eyes And can see things underground Miguel de (Saavedra) |
Cervantes, Don Quixote You don't need a reason to be afraid I got frightened, but
it is good to be afraid knowing why Emile Ajar (Romain Gary), La Vie en soi Let
|'Freedom from fear' remains,asbefore, the foremostitem on each government's |
listof declared priorities, and a promise to ... The meaning of the idea of 'security'
has changed,and particularly the officially recognized causes of its stubborn
elusiveness. ... a millennium ago (in chapter 20 ofthe first part ofDon Quixote), '
fearhas many eyesand can see things underground. ... Good tidings for the fear,
though bad news forthe fearing: fears are fed,and made to grow through the eyes
|“Fear has many eyes and can see things underground.” Cervantes, Don Quixote |
“It is a miserable state of mind to have few things to desire and many things to
fear.” Sir Francis Bacon “You may take the most gallant sailor, the most intrepid ...
|3, inspiring fear, fearsome, alarming; formidable, redoubtable; forbidding, |
dreadful, fell; dire, direful; shocking, terrible, ... thing we have to fear is fear itself (
F. D. Roosevelt), Fear has many eyes and can see things underground (
|There will always be ignorance, and ignorance leads to fear. But with time, |
people will come to accept their silicon masters. Bill Gates Fear has many eyes
and can see things underground. Misque De Cervantes The greatest mistake you
|Carnegie, Dale You can conquer almost any fear if you will only make up your |
mind to do so. For remember, fear doesn't exist anywhere except in the mind. -
Carnegie, Dale Fear has many eyes and can see things underground. -
|I heard a whispering sound from the corner of the room but was rigid with fear of |
the dark like when I was a child. The fear I have learned to ... In a far away place -
11 Fear has many eyes and can see things underground. Miguel de Cervantes ...
|“Anyone who has ever looked into the glazed eyes of a soldier dying on the |
battlefield will think hard before starting awar.” “Fear has many eyes and can see
things underground.” Never been broken. Wide nostrils plus some indication of ...
|... poor, awful, terrible, hopeless, pathetic ft Unskillfulness 128 VERBS 1 1 be |
hopeless, have no remedy, have no cure, ... badly, poorly, awfully, terribly,
hopelessly, pathetically 283 Fear Fear has many eyes and can see things