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|Burr, Aaron In matrimony, to hesitate is sometimes to be saved. - Butler, Samuel |
There are two kinds of people, those who finish what they start and so on. - Byrne
, Robert Delay always breeds danger; and to protract a great design is often to ...
|OFFERS OF MARRIAGE Women sometimes say that they have had no offers, |
and only wish that some one had ever ... spoiled one way or another. ii In
matrimony, to hesitate is sometimes to be saved. iii Inoculation, or a hair of the
dog that is 43.
|... of doing one's praising for oneself is that one can lay it on so thick and exactly |
in the right places. - Butler, Samuel The clergyman is expected to be a kind of
human Sunday. - Butler, Samuel In matrimony, to hesitate is sometimes to be
|Marriage Bonuses and Penalties from Progressive Tax Rates Samuel Butler, the |
English satirist, cautioned in "Higgledy-Piggledy" that "in matrimony, to hesitate is
sometimes to be saved." Hesitating also may save taxes. Marriage, it turns out, ...
|Observations of one who knows: In matrimony, to hesitate is sometimes to be |
saved. Don't smoke around the gasoline cans. If your life isn't worth anything,
gasoline is. Cheverolet owners: Look the car over when you get through washing
|He does not hesitate to state that the applicant for the honour of a matrimonial |
alliance with him, must be possessed of a certain sum of money ; but sometimes
that appendage is not required, although it will not form an objection. I once saw
an ... It will save a vast amount of time and trouble. The persons who fix on each ...
|Wlomen sometimes say that they have had no offers, and only wish that some |
one had ever proposed to them. ... 11 In matrimony, to hesitate is sometimes to
be saved. iii Inoculation, or a hair of the dog that is going to bite you— this
|They did not, in the seventeenth century, hesitate sometimes to put their own |
reputation for orthodoxy in considerable ... lacking all the sacraments except
baptism and matrimony, ho would need greater grace to be saved than if a
|He could study his own hesitation in the triple mirror effect of the three doors — |
exaggerating and multiplying his every ... saving sense of humor — whereupon
Tragedy folded her gloomy wings, and Comedy presided over the remnant of that
... right, fearing that the Jonah of his matrimonial bark might have instigated
obliterating changes in apartments hallowed with ... Suddenly, with smiling
inspiration — such as came to Cecil sometimes and suggested compromising on
candy when ...
|not hesitate to brew for herself some comforting beverage. ... In short, cook suffers |
from only one drawback in an existence otherwise enviable: her choice in
matrimony appears to be limited to ... Sometimes cook and the gray-haired butler
manage to save a tidy sum between them, and then they leave the old Hall, and