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|Horace Gossip is only the lack of a worthy memory. - Hubbard, Elbert For prying |
into any human affairs, non are equal to those whom it does not concern. - Hugo,
Victor Men have always detested women's gossip because they suspect the ...
|Hubbard, Elbert Gossip is only the lack of a worthy memory. - Hubbard, Elbert |
Grammar is the grave of letters. - Hubbard, Elbert Cultivate only the habits that
you are willing should master you. - Hubbard, Elbert Habit is a form of exercise ...
|Personal and Traditional Memories, Social, Literary, Artistic, Etc Mrs. Wm. Pitt |
Byrne Rachel Harriette Busk ... It is a curious fact that the day was the second
anniversary of its loss. ... Our Archivist and our Librarian, are men quite worthy of
their respective positions, and also know how to make the most of them, and if
you want any ... You know we have not only a fine library, but a splendid
collection of illuminated MSS., and perhaps the most valuable collection of
incunables in the world.
|Lest there be any doubt about what matters, Austen begins the next chapter with |
Emma's fond memories of the ... that Harriet will marry the worthy Robert Martin,
Knightley makes a joke at the expense of gossip: “[Harriet] will give you all the
minute particulars, which only woman's language can make interesting.—In our
communications we deal only in the great” (371). ... This shift may serve to
compensate for the loss of the novel itself—the loss of reading—by disguising it
as relief that ...
|... Moon-calf, both thy strain of mirth, And gossip-got acquaintance, as. to us Thou |
hadst brought Lapland, or old Cobalu', Empusa, ... To all thy virtuous, and well-
chosen friends, Only my loss is, that l am not there; And, till l worthy am to wish
lwcre, l call the ... 1" Memory qsthc most 'worthy Btl'. yo'yb", by [Villian Cast-writh '.
|A Method of Interpretation Based on the Function of Memory Systems in |
Literature : Geoffrey Chaucer, William Langland, ... waiting to be judged worthy or
unworthy of obtaining fame, based on no solid foundation at all (ice, destined to
melt, in fact), and ... This cage, viewed from the outside as Chaucer does initially,
reveals its dizzying lack of steadfastness through its ... The interior of this setting
is not described, only the numerous open doors, windows and gaps in the ceiling
|... they are anun worthy but sincere tribute to one whom I have long regarded with |
sentiments of esteem and affection, and whose loss I regret with the most
unfeigned sorrow : it will remain with those w ho are better qualified than I am to
do justice to the memory of Dr. Leyden. 1 only know, that he rose by the power of
native genius, from the humblest origin, to a distinguished rank in the literary
|Her clothes, too, were more casual and beach-worthy, just as he'd advised. ... |
Just the memory of that short kiss had the power to heat his blood all over again.
... Gossip died down...eventually. ... In that respect, he had been sadly lacking.
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|We cannot, however, write a eulogy now — we can only lament her loss, and |
treasure the recollection which a long and faithful friendship venders sacred. ...
To the last her friendly gossip is full of life, cheerfulness, and hope. ... brought to
us the tidings of the sudden sacrifice of that life, the memory of which should be
dear to all who can appreciate poetry, ... heart, that make human nature — and
woman's nature especially- — most worthy to be regarded with admiration and
|from Bull Run to Fredericksburgh ; with sketches of Confederate commanders, |
and gossip of the camps English Combatant, T. E. C. ... Those brilliant results
have cost us many brave men, but while we mourn the loss of our gallant dead, ...
of their country's freedom, and have linked their memory with an event that will
live forever in the hearts of a grateful people. Soldiers, your country will thank you
for the heroic conduct worthy of men engaged in a cause so just and ncred, and ...