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|If we accept this premise, then from the outset there is reason to question our |
strength, rationality, and integrity. One might ... 12 John T. Molloy “In larger things
we are convivial, what causes real trouble is the trivial.”13 Richard Armour In ...
|Now I think I've learned to "ringer" things and even read the labels as I push the |
cart along. I know this ... Years ago I clipped out these words of Richard Armour's,
"In large things we are convivial; what causes the trouble is the trivial." Believe ...
|There are many things remaining for your energy and ability, fidelity and |
accomplishment. ... It increases the hazard of insurance and compels honest men
to pay larger premiums for the hazard of their business, than ... assembled
representatives of State insurance supervision, saying, in part: We are proud to
have the thirty-fifth annual .... If a department makes a mistake in formulating a
blank, the error can be readily remedied, even though it may have caused
unnecessary trouble and ...
|As we anticipated, the platform adopted at Chicago was sane and satisfactory, |
including such endorsement of the policy of ... like Colonel Roosevelt with so
large and miscellaneous a following as that which recently supported him at
Chicago, from ... of their convivial character in the afternoon, which is never gross
and extreme, but because of the absurd and trivial ... The whole trouble is due to
the management, and mainly to Secretary Walter Pickford. who is either too
obstinate or too ...
|For many years after our trade with Brazil was opened, the same difficulty was |
experienced ; but it was in a great degree removed by ... By our importing these
articles more freely, we enabled the producers in Russia, Germany, &c, to
consume larger quantities of sugar, ... At this time the consumption of tea is most
trivial excepting in this country. ... decided conviction, which we have found very
general in that country, that the fluctuation and uncertainty caused by those laws
had been ...
|We accepted the conditions, and always understood that everybody who went |
out staked their lives against a large fortune ; if they ... When the journey homo
and the journey out again occupied, nearly a year, it was not a trivial ailment that
sent a man to this country. ... But, under the new state of things, the Indian invalid
is as often as not a rosy, nappy-looking fellow, ... Moderation, indeed, is the great
secret of living in India — moderate conviviality, moderate exercise, moderate
|They have no time for scenery, the arts, the vision of nature, beautiful with |
intimations of immortal things." Finally, and this is the gist of the matter, we are too
often following false lights in spiritual matters. ... Flexner, not that the American
boy is lacking in intellectual capacity, but that the college does not engage it; and
his problem is to assist in ... We feel, however, that scenes of real strength are
sometimes injured by the author's falling into conventional or even trivial
language; as when ...
|We Have Always Known Thatsunflower seed, the plant of which is so easily |
grown from our field and garden borders at the most trivial expense, is a good
food for fowls, if properly fed to them with other grains. ... There are many
difficulties to encounter as we go; and the amateur will experience
disappointment and unexpected troubles as he proceeds. ... fowls, or near that
amount, with a roosting apartment scarcely big enough to accommodate one
twentieth the amount comfortably.
|This difficulty, also, was overcome ; and there is uow no railway in the world |
where more attention is paid to the ... the public for exaggerating every trivial
irregularity into a most formidable and momentous occurrence ; though, in many
cases, ... was killed from causes depending upon the Company or its
management ; the same remark holds cuod during nearly the ... amongst other
things, the huge cathedral, standing so proudly on the most commanding ground
in the big city ; and I ...
|We need not say that Mr. llltunuloy, all through the four volumes of his , His |
knowledge is as startling for the minuteness ... drainage works, which were then
in fashion; and, to manage land well, many other other things are requisite
besides drainage. ... Far away, among the hills of Northumberlandor Scotland, it
must be divided into much larger portions, with proper .... It _is not a few trivial
and clerical mistakes in subordinate factsthe statement or the Omission of which
would be about ...