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|he who begins many things, finishes but few make the best progress; also used |
more literally of companions on a journey: “The ... Variant of this proverb: if you
won't work, you shan't eat. he who excuses himself accuses himself By making
|Qui s'excuse, s'accuse." Those young people who know French will be able to tell |
that this proverb means, " He who excuses himself, accuses himself." Now, we
shall see if it is true of Sabbath school children. Here is a boy unprepared with ...
|He who EXCUSES, accuses himself Cf. L. dum excusare credis, accusas, while |
you believe you excuse, you accuse; Fr. qui s'excuse, s'accuse. 1611R.
COTGRAVEDict. French & English s.v. Excuser, Some when they mean to
excuse, accuse ...
|This responsibility, after all, responds to the accusation that Mussolini raises |
against himself at the very beginning of the ... si accusa" [He who excuses himself
, accuses himself] so that it becomes "He who accuses himself, excuses himself.
|a guilty conscience is a self-accuser 243 Croatian: Lithuanian: Hungarian: |
English: German: Dutch: b) na koni a c) se ... does amiss never lacks excuses k)
he that knows no guilt can know no fear 1) he who excuses himself, accuses
himself m) ...
|He travels fastest who travels alone//The man who goes alone can start today; |
but he who travels with another must wait till that other is ready. Sefere en tez
çıxan yalnız sefere ... çekmeyen bal yemez. 173. He who excuses, accuses
|PREVALENCE It certainly is reasonable to inquire about the prevalence of |
excuses: Do they rarely occur, or are they quite ... of unacceptable reasons for a
negative act, as do aphorisms such as “he who excuses himself accuses himself.
|—Benjamin Franklin “The real man is one who always finds excuses for others, |
but never excuses himself.” —Henry Ward Beecher “For many ... the future, but
an excuse can last for life.” —Eric Hoffer “He who excuses himself accuses
|The French proverb warns: Qui s 'excuse, s'accuse (He who excuses himself, |
accuses himself). Similarly, he whom we excuse, we accuse. The insanity
defense is essential for the integrity of psychiatry: it formally recognizes the
psychiatrist as ...
|A Bennett, though not one of the individuals selected to compose the meeting |
over which the Earl of Mountcashel presided, ofl'ered himself for admission, and
was received. The French have a maxim, that he who excuses himself, accuses ...