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|A thing beyond us, even before our death. - Pope, Alexander 'Tis the white stag, |
Fame, we're a-hunting, bid the ... Proverb, Chinese Few people rise to our
esteem upon closer scrutiny. - Proverb, French Fame is a constant effort - Renard
|Proverb, French I know by my own pot how the others boil. - Proverb, French Few |
people rise to our esteem upon closer scrutiny. - Proverb, French Partir, c'est
mourir un peu. (To leave is to die a little.) - Proverb, French Fashion is a tyrant
|To the general ear, the name Self-Esteem is a synonyme for pride, and those |
who are under the dominion of ... If our friend were to say to Mrs. 13., “ You are
the personification of dignity and pride of character,” would not she, would not the
world ... If people will not follow definitions, but insist on calling sweet bitter, they
might treat us more unfortunately if we were to ... and, from the conflicting views
entertained by many eminent phrenologiste, would certainly bear closer scrutiny,
|My scrutiny of my own faults always can be more thorough than my scrutiny of my |
neighbor's faults, and for many ... line" and make close and clean work in
condemning and expurgating all the foul things I can find in my own character or
conduct. ... get such an impression of his own foulness that he will very naturally
esteem each other Christian better than himself. ... and we doubt not, that some
dear brother in Christ will look upon this providence as a call from God, and rising
up will ...
|Scrutiny (skrb'tin-i), n. [L. acnttinium, F'r. terutin. from L «crii'or, to Beard 1 carefully|
, to rummage, from teruta, trash, frippery] 1- Close investigation or examination;
minute inquiry; critical examination. Thenceforth I thought thee worth my nearer ...
|Montgomery was a clean and orderly city, but under closer scrutiny, it was two |
cities, one for whites and one for blacks. In his book, Stride Toward Freedom,
King provided some pertinent statistics about life and resources in Montgomery ...
Montgomery was not an industrial city, and the lack of industry gave rise to the
number of black persons who worked as domestics and laborers. ... Two shabbily
dressed white policemen approached Virgil, as he was keeping an eye on my
|Scrutiny ( skro'tin-i ), n. [L. scrutinium, Kr. scrutin, from L. scrutor, to search |
carefully, to rummage, from scruta, trash, frippery] 1. Close investigation or
examination; minute inquiry; critical examination. Thenceforth 1 thought thee
worth ray nearer ...
|At age thirty, she was reconsidering the role work played in her life and making |
internal commitments: With my new job, I was telling a friend that I am really
fortunate: happy marriage, nice house, a job I love, and close to family. I'm more
content. ... I think about things. I was always concerned about others and
comparing myself and how fast they are rising; now, I don't do that as much. ...
Unhappiness at my previous job pulled on my confidence and spread to my
home life. I do need to ...
|SOME DOG STORIES The many interesting stories I have read in The |
Companion illustrating animal peculiarities, writes a friend, suggest to me ... But
one of the best bird dogs I ever owned not only would not molest chickens or
fowls, even when he came upon them near thickets ... People with any
pronounced deformity roused his suspicions; and as we did not allow him to bark
at them, he would hide at their approach, as if afraid that he might not be able to
restrain his rising temper.
|Founded in 1945 by Hyman H. Goldsmith and Eugene Rabinowitch "It is our |
solemn obligation, I think, to lift our eyes .... Military security proceeds by the
principle that the fewer the people who know about some important activity, the
safer it is from ... that their survival lay in the hands of scientists, a species which
had not previously ranked very high in their esteem. ...... Here again, what on the
face of it looks like common sense reveals itself on closer examination as
superstition which ...