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|–Casey Stengel If you want a place in the sun, you've got to put up with a few |
blisters. –Abigail Van Buren If you want him to mourn, you had best leave him
nothing. –Martial If you want to be liked, get a dog. The people you work with are
|There is nothing so habit-forming as money. - Marquis, Don If you want him to |
mourn, you had best leave him nothing. - Martial, Marcus Valerius All social rules
and all relations between individuals are eroded by a cash economy, avarice ...
|A Book of Quotations Joslyn Pine. What power has law where only money rules? |
Petronius Arbiter (.7-c. AD 65), Roman satirist It is a hard thing not to surrender
morals for riches. If you want him to mourn, you had best leave him nothing.
|“What time do you expect your friend to come upto eat the rice?” the visitor ... |
Lady said, “I've had so much trouble handling my husband's estate, Ialmost wish
he hadn't died.” 29. ... If you want him to mourn, you'd best leave him nothing. 34.
Amanda Oaks, Caitlyn Siehl - 2014 - No preview
|Hovering around 50 contributors & 124 poems, this book reads is like one long & very intense conversation between two lovers. It's absolutely breathtaking. These are poems that you would text to your lover.|
|Martial, Marcus Valerius Be content to be what you are, and prefer nothing to it, |
and do not fear or wish for your last day. - Martial, Marcus ... Martial, Marcus
Valerius If you want him to mourn, you had best leave him nothing. - Martial,
|Get out of Lucas' life, and never talk to him again. ... If you ever contact Lucas |
again, you're going to pay for turning me in. ... I'm sorry you got caught, but I had
nothing to do with it. ... Do you want me to rain on your parade? ... I can't just
leave him. ... He's going to be thrilled to hear from me, so I don't think he's going
to spend any time mourning you. ... my best friend was tying the knot with his soul
|Now if you can be as efficient in doing what you are paid forand discover what it |
was—we shall all be most obliged. If there is nothing further. good day to you!”
Monk smiled. He had alarmed him, which was what he intended. Now Basil
|... you he was a naughty man who loved you so much that he resorted to this |
trickery and he'll die of a broken heart if you leave him, what are you going to say,
eh? ... She was so anxious that nothing... nothing like this...should happen to me.
Henry Mills Alden, Thomas Bucklin Wells, Lee Foster Hartman - 1874 - Read - More editions
|Nothing is more uupleasant than a bereavement. ... does not become some |
people ; they persist in visiting, too ; but then, do you know, they really look to me
like perfect frights. ... In fact, I should think that in any dress you would look
perfectly charming ; but that is becanse you are a brunette. ... Brunettes are best
in black — mark my words, now ; and blondes are never effective in that color. ...
Yes, dear — a sweet son, aged twelve, leaving me to mourn over him. ... I should
think I had.