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|That man is the noblest creature may also be inferred from the fact that no other |
creature has yet contested this claim. If you are ... If all else fails, the character of
a man can be recognized by nothing so surely as by a jest which he takes badly.
|12 If all else fails, the character ot" a man can be recognized by nothing so surely |
as by a jest which he takes badly. C. C. LICHTENBERG (1 742-99), German
physicist, philosopher. Aphorisms, -Notebook K,' aph. 46 (written 1765-99; tr. by ...
|I am sure we can go pale with fear in the dark, but I don't believe we can blush. |
For we ... 46 I have found throughout my life that, if all else fails, the character of a
man can be recognized by nothing so surely as by a jest which he takes badly.
|Lichtenberg, Georg C. If all else fails, the character of a man can be recognized |
by nothing so surely as by a jest which he takes badly. - Lichtenberg, Georg C.
The journalists have constructed for themselves a little wooden chapel, which
|If all else fails, the character of a man can be recognized by nothing so surely as |
by a jest which he takes badly. - Lichtenberg, Georg C. If you've heard this story
before, don't stop me, because I'd like to hear it again. - Marx, Groucho Jokes are
|And Btill for eighteen couturies saith Softly, " Ye meet again I " If earth another |
grave must bear. ... Waltek approached the fallen man, who was evidently alive,
although badly hurt. " I can do nothing for him, he thought, after a brief
examination, "except to go for assistance. Robber or no .... Hinckley got the gun,
an' he jest lets me have it when I want it." "Yes ... They don't know which way the
stage'll take V they'm ter watch for it in two places, six on 'em in er place, so's ter
|He also claims that the boy is now being permitted to run wild while Winters is in |
Florida in the the company of 'Wild Annie' ... “We all know that our townsman,
Hank, is in Florida, but in view of his upright character we would advise our
readers not to be ... a telygram from the jedge wich sez: “Tell Annie that if she
confesses her share in plot and gives all particulars concerning Rev. ... I am so
afraid alone but the pelicans or nothing else could hurt me with a big, strong man
like you along.
|Young Custer sat, with impatient will, His restless steed, 'mid his troopers still, as |
he watched with glass from the ... Ohl never rode man in this world so well From
hill of heaven to valley of hell. ... the flag. it is starr'd strfp'd, red with his best
heart's blood: and he fails down dead In God's still Sunday morning. ... hold for us
delights of which the one weleave knew nothing ; still.if the past have treated us
at all well. do we not say good-bye to ... She was quite sure he would be it great
|And the crops may fail and leave us with our plans all knocked ter smash, And |
the mortgage may hang heavy, and the bills ... But whenever comes the seaaon,
jest so long's we've ot a dime, There' l he somethin' in that stockin'—won't there, ...
by the villagers that thc roud mistress of Thornton Park went more requently to the
farmhouse than anywhere else. ... At first he did not recognize her, but when
removing her hat as if its weight op ressed her she suddenly raised her head so t
|The improvement which has been made of late years in the character of the local |
or district schools all through the ... We heard a public lecturer on education
remark, many years ago, that on riding through the, country he could always point
out .... There is already a considerable inquiry for good farms, and so far as sales
have been made prices are much better than a ... because if a man lends money
to some one else, and takes a mortgage on the land as security, the holder of the