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|LIARS LICET Liars are always ready to take oath. Albert. Liars are the cause of |
all the sins and crimes in the world. Epictetus. Liars ought to have good
memories. Sidney. Libenter homines id, quod volunt, credunt — Men are fain to
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Husband a lie, and trump it up in some extraordinary emergency. - Addison,
Joseph Liars are always ready to take oaths. - Alfieri, Vittorio, Conte Di The
|They are always ready to swear oaths to deceive and to win trust. Lacking the |
strength of moral character, they use these oaths to support their assertions of '
truth'. Like a liar, they also suffer from a psychological flaw and are afraid no one
|There are orators who are always ready to1 speak on any subject. 25. The |
greater part of ... She liked to prevent injuries by mildness7, (being) quick' in
feeling them, ready' to pardon them. 30. ... A liar is always prodigal of oaths". 37.
A man ...
|Among them "witnesses never take the oath, but their words are unconditionally |
believed in, and everybody, with the exception of lunatics, is allowed to give
evidence. ... lying is universally practiced by all classes, and that an
accomplished liar is accounted a man of consummate ability. But Dief- fenbach
found that, if treated with honesty, they were always ready to reciprocate such
treatment ; and, ...
|THE. LIAR. MAXIM 1.— A liar is hated by God and despised by men. 2. A liar is |
not to be trusted. ... MAXIM 1. — Never promise any thing without thes• two
previsos, //• 1 can, if H he not J. ffe, who i» always ready to promise, will not I
|Oaths in evidence, also, taken by such men, are justly regarded as lying under a |
general imputation; as contributing not a little to unhinge the confidence of ... At
the same time, the tongue is a most convenient instrument of iniquity, always
ready for easy use. ... The liar would soon be discouraged, if he could not utter
|Must it always be hitterness and strife and straggle for her, even here where she |
had hoped for rest? ... raising her eyes, when she was startled by an exclamation,
coupled with an oath, as Waldron sprang to her side and grasped her arm. ... it to
you, Alix — I came here to try to reconcile your father to yon, that I might bring you
home, and so undo the harm I did." " The child and pupil of ' him Who was a liar
from the begiuning,' and always ready to serve him," retorted Alix, scornfully.
|rather than intelligent, an inveterate liar and intriguer, always ready to listen to |
infomers, and in great fear of witchcraft. ... Thus, in the declaration about taking
the oath on his accession to the throne, he wrote that "it was his good pleasure to
kiss the cross in token that ... In the third manifesto, issued in his own name, the
new Tsar did not scruple to use a false or forged statement by the Poles, alleging
|... of Christ, is to be understood against the background of court culture in its |
denunciation of liars and “untruthfulness,” a ... of Henry II.26 Henry II was known
as an “oath breaker”: “He was always ready to break his word,” says Gerald of
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