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|—William Handolph Hearst Fortune has something of the nature of a woman. If |
she is too intensely wooed, she commonly goes the further away. —Charles V A
feast is made for laughter, and wine makes life merry, but money is the answer for
|Unique in its attention to the thoughts and feelings of a female protagonist, Jane Eyre was ahead of its time as a proto-feminist text.|
|Butterworth, Eric Each man is the smith of his own fortune. - Caecus, Appius |
Claudius Fortune has something of the nature of a woman. If she is too intensely
wooed, she commonly goes the further away. - Charles V Every individual is the ...
|If it be true that the American girl has a lively appreciation of a good time, there Is |
no reason for alarm. ... Following Christ means doing what you do not want to do,
giving up everything you like to do, going out of your way in ... something to be
avoided in the days of one's youth, and postponed until the sun is in the west. ....
of fortune : "Fortune hath somewhat of the nature of a woman, who, if she be too
closely wooed, is commonly the further .... I take an intense interest in natural
|of circumstance, have found more in the essays and letters of Seneca than in any |
other secular writer words of good counsel ... Then, rather earlier in the century, a
clergyman, who ruined himself by gambling. ran away from his debts to America,
and at ... or in Burnet's “History of His Own Time,” are full of life, vigour, and
coherency, and are intensely attractive to read. ... that “ Fortune hath somewhat of
the nature ofa woman, who, if she be too closely wooed, is commonly the further
|If numbers increase, the organization must be perfected, and capital must |
increase, 2'. e., power over nature. If the ... The notion of property which prevails
amongst us to-day is that a man has a right to the thing which he has made by his
labor. ... of any kind whatever without first appropriating land so as to get the ore,
wood, wool, cotton, fur, or other raw material. ... Think too that I was observed by
her, for usually she goes no further out from the bay than the first buoy; but to-
night, as if ...
|_ After the combing and figuring is done, it is sometimes desirable to blend the |
graining more, and to give something of a mottled ... The difference consists
chiefly in the mixing of the paints, the process we have been describing having
reference ... By going in the same direction always in using the badger a uniform
shading will be given to the figures of the wood. ... If he ever unbent, it was to his
little Julie, as he called me, and that was more often, I think, when I had grown out
of my ...
|Mrs. Cameron's one volume has plenty of incidents of the kind indicated, and she |
has thus avoided the vice of "padding"; ... When all power of •doing further evil
had been taken out of the hands of the designing girl who for a time had
triumphed, ... faults which, if she chose to take the necessary pains, she might
probably avoid. Here, for instance, is an instance of a trick which has been
common for years past, and of which the first introduction may .... "It's too bad of
that Miss Williams !