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|bodily appearance better or more definitely than speech reflects the image of 10 |
the heart. ... 100 Oculis magis habenda fides, quam auribus Better trust eyes than
ears 'CItujv moToTepoi 6<pQaXfjioL, Eyes are to be believed rather than ears.
|It is better to trust the eyes rather than the ears. - Proverb, German Do everything |
as in the eye of another. - Seneca The eyes are not responsible when the mind
does the seeing. - Syrus, Publilius Her eyes are homes of silent prayers.
|REMOVAL OI' LIPOMA IN THE FLOOR OF THE MOUTH ' Such a tumor can best |
be removed through the incision ... better to remove the whole tumor widely
without cutting into it, rather than to run the risk of spreading some malignant
elements. ... In a doubtful case it is better not to trust to the examination of a
|Forever is a long bargain. - Proverb, German It is better to trust the eyes rather |
than the ears. - Proverb, German Who has never tasted what is bitter does not
know what is sweet. - Proverb, German One must either be the hammer or the
|Your paranoid or grandiose beliefs seem to offer a better explanation for your |
distress than any explanation pertaining to mental illness. After all, we are all
more inclined to trust our own eyes and ears and logic rather than others who
have not ...
|Lucretius admonishes the reader, “Don't fasten the mind's mistake upon the eye,” |
since to do so would be to wrongly ... If one should deny trust in the senses, one
would have to find a thing more worthy of trust than the senses. ... Can ears
convict the eyes, or touch the ears? ... it is better according to Lucretius, to “one
who finds no reason explain the shape of either figure in faulty manner, rather
|I can think of no one situation in all ophthalmology where, in my opinion, this |
advice is more applicable. ... This rather general paper has been presented in the
hope that there may be some discussion and consideration of the importance of
the lymphatics as ... requires one better versed in histology, physiology, and,
indeed, in all the collateral sciences than is the writer, and why our worthy
president should have ... With this thought before us I trust I may be ROYAL S.
|In presenting it for your consideration, it is with the idea that its contents should |
be suggestive rather than exhaustive, as it would be ... one of the manifestations,
but I trust that the brief symptomatology here presented, together with any
additional symptoms brought out in ... probable exciting cause in any given case,
and thus permit us to better conserve the welfare of our patients and avoid a
course which ...
|Let us sacrifice to the Gods ; let us hear what the p iests fay, whether it is better for |
us to embaik for Ægypt, or stay where we are. Let us fend to ... And one is rather
disposed to trust one's eyes, as they fay, than one's ears. To her I will fend ; she ...
|Speech, for these people, serves just as a way for the group to help its members |
satisfy their needs better than they would do ... Thus, Joe might use his own eyes
and ears to determine that there is a ripe pineapple on that tree, or a tiger coming
through ... If Fred, on the other hand, is a person who has both great integrity and
superb eye—sight, then Joe may want to trust ... about tigers, up in the tree
across from Fred, he can say “I see a tiger too” after Fred does, rather than, “