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|In the diligence of his idleness. Book of Wisdom. XIII. 13. (Vvlgate LXX.) (See also |
Wordsworth) s For idleness is an appendix to nobility. Burton — Anatomy of
Melancholy. Pt. I. Sec. II. Memb. 2. Subsect. 6. 7 An idler is a watch that wants
|A disease familiar to all idle persons, an inseparable companion to such as live |
at ease, Pingui otio desidiose agenies ... ladies, and gentlewomen, labour of this
disease in country r.nd city ; for idleness is an appendix to nobility ; iiirs \ that \ ses
|L. 336., L IDLENESS. Idleness is emptiness ; the tree in which the sap is stagnant|
, remains fruitless, e. Hosea Ballou — MS. Sermons. For idleness is an appendix
to nobility. /. Burton — Anatomy of Melancholy. Pt. I. Sec. II. Memb. 2. Subsec. 6.
|Matthew 9:37. Jesus refers lo ihe lack of proselytizers among the multitude, |
shortly before sending forth his apostles endowed with miraculous powers. 4
Idleness is an appendix to nobility. ROBERT BURTON ( 1 S77- 1 MO), English
|Idleness. If anyone has a new idea in this country, there are twice as many |
people who advocate putting a man with a red flag in front of it. ... Sir Richard
Steele (1672-1729) English essayist, dramatist, editor Idleness is an appendix to
|Idleness 1 Idleness is an appendix to nobility. ROBERT BURTON, (1577-1640) |
British clergyman, author. The Anatomy of Melancholy, pt. 1, set. 2, memb. 2,
subset. 6 (1621). 2 It is impossible to enjoy idling thoroughly unless one has
plenty of ...
|The Jacobean physician Richard Burton diagnosed idleness as "the badge of |
gentry" and the cause of gentle melancholy: "idleness is an appendix to nobility,
they count it a disgrace to work, and spend all their days in sports, recreations,
|Appendix A introduces the powerful mathematical concept of groups, and |
especially symmetry groups. This material is used ... Appendix B is a short
introduction to the important topic of finite (Galois) fields. ... idleness is an
appendix to nobility.
|Homer, Iliad. t. brings 'L'ffimozoctx'siin dun/las eating os his own heart 1n hts his |
mz, Idleness, because he might not fight. ... and Gentlewomen,labour of this'
disease in Cottntrey and City 5 for idleness is an appendix to Nobility, they count
it a ...
|Pr. Idle people have the least leisure. Pr. Idleness and pride tax with a heavier |
hand than kings and parliaments. Pen. Franklin. Idleness in the midst of
unattempted tasks is always proud. P. Brooks. Idleness is an appendix to nobility.