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|Chapter – Common Sense Dear Daqri, What happened to all the common sense |
in this world? There's little ... If a man has common sense, he has all the sense
there is. ... He who does not have common sense at age thirty will never have it.
|QuotationsBook.com. - Meredith, George To see what is in front of one's nose |
requires a constant struggle. - Orwell, George He who does not have common
sense at age thirty will never have it. - Proverb No one tests the depth of a river
|He is master of his trade, and gifted with a magnificent tenor voice, and yet his |
relatives have to furnish him money to pav his board and buy his tobacco. ...
Again we can all point out men who could not follow out the simplest scientific ...
He came to this country when almost thirty years of age without i dollar of capital,
and with so little education that he could neither read nor write — nor can he to ...
"Poor John Brownrig failed in life," he said, "because he never learned by
|... fortification, all the parts have such a common dependance, that it is never to |
be expected they will attack each other.* Monarchy would not have continued so
many ages in the world had it not been for the abuses it protects. It is the master
fraud, which shelters all others. By admitting a participation of the spoil, it makes
itself friends ; and when it ceases to do this, it will cease to be the idol of ... He
cannot be elected under thirty-five years of age ; and he must be a native of the
|Monarchy would not have continued so many ages in the world, had it not been |
for the abuses it protects. ... By admitting a participation of the spoil, it makes itself
friends; and when it ceases to do this, it will cease to be the idol of ... He is not
only responsible in the general sense of the word, but a particular mode is laid
down in the constitution for ... He cannot be elected under thirty-five years of age;.
|Common. Sense. Makes. Good. Drivers. By. MARTIN. BUNN. "Maybe he did cut |
in on you," replied Hunter, "but that doesn't give ... as he bent over and ran his
huge, gnarled hand lightly over the indentations. "I did not!" Pendleton denied,
heatedly. ... "Guess you'll have to wait quite a while for that come-back," Gus
grinned, as he squinted along the line of the dent to ... real accident in the thirty
years he's been driving a car, and he hasn't even so much as dented a fender in
a dog's age.
|The intolerance of men met in him a force of will not to be overborne. If he must |
die he could die, and he did die at the age of thirty-three. ... Many old men have
never truly lived, and there are early deaths which yet can tell of the richest fruits
of living long, and point back to deeds of spiritual prowess and to the origination
for ... In point of .fact, while he lived he did very little, in the common sense of
|question they give the right answer), yet when we look for symptoms and |
expressions, they have a great feeling of inferiority. ... The insane never speak in
the language of common sense, which represents the height of social interest. ...
He is thus a hero in his own mind, and does not see that his actions indicate
something quite different, something very far from heroic. ... It is well known that
some criminals when they approach the age of thirty will take a job, marry and
become good ...
|l'aine, according to Wharton, Was Bell's clerk when “Common Sense" was |
published. ... Bell owed him fourteen pounds, and there were thirty pounds profits
to his share, the half of which he meant to devote to the ... lThs country has not
dealt fairly by Thomas Paine. ... but they have never been able to divorce Thomas
Paine, author of " Common Sense“ and " The Crlsis,"t'roni Thouias Paine,auttior
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