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|Selected from the standard authors of ancient and modern times, classified |
according to subject ... Milton. But all God's angels come to us disguised: Sorrow
and sickness, poverty and death. ... Like fragile ice anger passes away in time.
|ANGER ANGER 27 All angel now, and little less than all, While still a pilgrim in |
this world of purs. SCOTT — Lord of the Isles. (Referring ... Like fragile ice anger
passes away in time. , OVID — An Amatoria. I. 374. 28 ANGER ANGLING Fear
|Teinpus in agrorum cultu consumere dulce est Time spent in the cultivation of the |
fields passes very pleasantly. e. ... When once ambition has passed its natural
limit, its progress is boundless. /. ... Like fragile ice anger passes away in time- t.
|Lives there the man with soul so dead as to disown the wish to merit the people's |
applause, and having uttered words worthy to be kept by cedar oil to latest times,
to leave behind him rhymes ... Like fragile ice anger passes away in time. q.
|Ambition, like a seeled [blind] dove mounts upward, Higher and higher still, to |
perch on clouds, But tumbles headlong down with ... Anger. Anger in our mirth is
like poison in a perfume. • — Addison. Like fragile ice, anger passes away in time
|(Indian) Anger ismore hurtful than theinjury that caused it. (English) Anger is |
never without a reason, but seldomwith a good one. (Poor Richard) Anger isnot ...
(the Bible) Like fragile ice, anger passes away in time. (Roman) Never answer a
|O'Brien, Robert P. Like fragile ice anger passes away in time. -Ovid Hate is |
always a clash between our spirit and someone else's body. - Pavese, Cesare
There is something to that old saying that hate injures the hater, not the hated. -
|... coacescit: neither every wine, nor every life, turns to vinegar with age (Cicero) |
ut fragilis glacies interit ira mora: like fragile ice, anger passes away in time (Ovid)
ut homines sunt, ita morem geras; vita quam sit brevis, simul cogita: as men are, ...
|-Ovid The sharp thorn often produces delicate roses. -Ovid Forbear to lay the guilt |
of a few on the many. -Ovid Habits change into character. -Ovid Like fragile ice
anger passes away in time. Why should I go into details, we have nothing that 3.
|Chapter IX ICE BREAKS IN YUKON RIVER "Some rise by sin, and some by virtue |
fall ; Some run from breaks of ice, and answer none; Like fragile ice anger passes
away in time. The very ice of chastity is in them. Be thou as chaste as ice, ...