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|She was devoted to him ; it was the happiest union I ever knew ; but Lady |
Roehampton is not the woman to be utterly overwhelmed. ... Well, he is
conciliatory,' said the premier, ' and if you are not very clever, you should be
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Bly ... “If you are not very clever, you should be CONCILIATORY. ... “Each action
of the actor on the stage should be the visible CONCOMITANT of his thoughts.
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Terms Every Writer Should Know David ... “I do not IMPUGN the motives of any
one opposed to me. ... “If you are not very clever, you should be CONCILIATORY.
|How often have countries fought cruel wars and then after a few years of peace |
found themselves not only friends but allies! . . . But the safety of the State, the ...
254 If you are not very clever, you should be conciliatory. BENJAMIN DISRAELI ...
|Actions or words meant to settle a dispute or resolve a conflict in a manner that |
leaves no hard feelings on either side. “If you are not very clever, you should be
CONCILIATORY.”—Benjamin Disraeli, British statesman and literary figure ...
|As R. W. Edison says, a hero is no braver than an ordinary man, but he is brave |
five minutes longer. As Will Rogers says, we can't all ... As B. Disraeli says, if you
are not very clever, you should be conciliatory. YOU-HSIANG: As D. Jerrold says
|"Frank and explicit" is the right line to take when you wish to conceal your own |
mind and confuse the mind of others. If you are not very clever, you should be
conciliatory. If you wish to win a man's heart, allow him to confute you. A
|Oscar Wilde "A world community can exist only with world communication, which |
means something more than extensive shortwave facilities scattered ... Rue
Mcclanahan COMPROMISE "If you are not very clever, you should be conciliatory
|“I can see,” says Captain Brassbound to one of the most purely delightful of them, |
Lady Cicely, “I can see that you have some clue to the world that makes all its
difficulties easy to you; but I'm not clever enough to seize it. . . . I'm stupid. . . .
Since you saw me for the first ... resemble them is relatively easy. It is easy, for
instance, to return good for evil for the sake of making your enemy feel mean—if
you. 8 ...
|'You will perceive,' Moore wrote to Power, 'that "Thou art not dead" alludes (under |
the name of a celebrated antient Greek) to Lord Byron.'4 Byron ... He had already
written to Hobhouse from Ireland, asking him, as Byron's executor, whether he
had any objections to Moore writing his biography. Hobhouse's ... You will write,
there can be no doubt, a very clever and a very saleable book. ... Though secretly
irritated by its superior tone, he had everything to gain by a conciliatory reply.