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|But Macy soon discovers that the things you expect least are sometimes the things you need most. “Dessen gracefully balances comedy with tragedy and introduces a complex heroine worth getting to know.” —Publishers Weekly Also by Sarah ...|
|305 Truth Men occasionally scumble over the truth, but most of them pick |
themselves up and hurry off as if nothing had happened. Sir Winston Churchill (
1874-1965) British statesman, writer In this world, truth can wait; she's used to it.
|Jefferson, Thomas It is error alone which needs the support of government. Truth |
can stand by itself. - Jefferson, Thomas The man who fears no truth has nothing
to fear from lies. - Jefferson, Thomas In this world truth can wait; she is used to it.
|VOTING WAIT can vote. Generally ... The citizen who doesn't vote because he |
wants nothing to do with crooked politics, does have something to do with it. Our
politics ... -S. N. Behrrnan In this world truth can wait; she's used to it. -Douglas ...
|In this world, truth can wait; she's used to it. The truth does not hurt unless it ought |
to. Truth never dies, but it is often paralyzed by man's indifference. The temple of
truth has never suffered so much from woodpeckers on the outside as from ...
|Jerrold, Douglas William Religion is in the heart, not in the knees. - Jerrold, |
Douglas William Treason is like diamonds; there is nothing to be made by the
small trader. - Jerrold, Douglas William In this world truth can wait; she is used to
|Life TRUTH Truth is stranger than fiction — to some people. Mark Twain The |
terrible thing about the quest for truth is that you find it. Remy de Gourmont In this
world, truth can wait; she's used to it. Douglass Jerrold It is hard to believe that a ...
|She can feel her bum move side to side, nice and smooth as she walks and if that |
gets a whistle that's all right too. She's ... that day except as a day on which all the
laughter in the world will have died. ... She says this but it's big talk, despair talk
and it isn't the truth. ... Regina can wait. ... She can grow used to the familiarity of
the other workers, the way they talk to each other, the sounds of their voices, their
|Do know how long you can wait before you claim the prize? ... No use wasting it, I|
'llpour it in the meat sauce. ... Her sister was the only person in the entire world
she completely trusted and she knew whatever Susan suggested would be in her
|Truth, like the sun, can wait for the clouds of calumny to pass away. ... It is |
dangerous to follow truth too near, lest she should kick out our teeth. ... Truth
does not do as much good in the world as its counterfeit does mischief. ... The
use fullest truths are plainest ; and while we keep to them, our differences cannot