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|I know indeed what evil I intend to do, but stronger than all my after—thoughts is |
my fury, fury that brings upon mortals the greatest evils. 2. To all eternity the ...
Menander It must be that evil communications corrupt good dispositions. POETS
|G. S. Men must have goals which, in their eyes, merit effort and commitment; and |
they must believe that their efforts will win them self-respect and the respect ...
ANTON CHEKHOV It must be that evil communications corrupt good dispositions.
|9 It must be that evil communications corrupt good dispositions. Menander. |
Found in Dubner's edition of his Fragments appended to Aristophanes in Didot's
Bibliotheca Grceca. P. 102. L. 101. Quoted by St. Paul. See 1 Corinthians. XV. 33.
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in the current of his discourse. - Locke, John It must be that evil communications
corrupt good dispositions. - Menander of Athens Good, the more communicated,
|Wtlpovaiv yffljj xphaV &at\lat Kaxat It must be that evil communications corrupt |
good dispositions. Henander. Quoted by St. Paul, 1 Cor. 15, S3. (A similar
passage is in Plato. Rep. 550.) MoVov ov fftftui' QBovciaBai 8" 'EBtKoifi av *□*'
|... people as we know ourselves, their most reprehensible actions would seem to |
us deserving forbearance. André Maurois (French biographer, novelist, and
essayist, 1885 − 1967) It must be that evil communications corrupt good
|Evil. May. Day. a lion ; for Luke, an ox ; and for John, a flying eagle ; in allusion to |
th • four living creatures before the ... 33) ; but he was evidently quoting
Menander's saying, " It must be that evil communications corrupt good
|They say I did have a sweet disposition when I was a child, but there is a deal of |
truth in the old adage, 'Evil communications corrupt good manners.' " " You have
a sweet disposition ! It must have been before you were born, then," chimed in ...
|.The dispositions of some incline us to hope more favourably of them than we do |
of others. Even children are known by theirdoings whether or not their work be
pure and right.And when their domestic education is of the best kind, we cannot
... “Evil communications corrupt good manners. ... The sentiments and conduct of
our principal companions must therefore ave a mighty influence in forming our
|Also in the first Epistle of Paul to the Corinthians: “Evil communications corrupt |
good dispositions.” 96. THAT WE MUST LABOR NOT WITH WORDS, BUT WITH
DEEDS In Solomon, in Ecclesiasticus: “Be not hasty in thy tongue, and in thy ...