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|What Fools These Mortals Be ORD!" said Puck, "Lord! What fools these mortals |
be!" But Puck | j didn't seem to be especially worried about it; and, owing to the
fact that he was an immortal, with certain domestic troubles of his own to think of
|ORD!" said Puck, "Lord! What fools these mortals be!" But Puck |_ A didn't seem |
to be especially worried about it; and, owing to the fact that he was an immortal,
with certain domestic troubles of his own to think of at the time, we feel that he
|She kept laughing and saying, 'Lord, what fools these mortals be.' ' " 'Lord, what |
fools these mortals be? I think that's a quote from Shakespeare. A Midsummer
Night's Dream, if I'm not mistaken." "Is it? I took it she was referring to all the non-
|(HAT FOOLS THESE MORTALS BE!" One might make the quotation complete, |
and yet it would not be too strong: "Lord, what fools these mortals be ! " That is
what mortals are. Diogenes sought for an honest man. That showed that he was
|(III, ii, lines 102-109) Puck arrives back with Helena, followed by Lysander, and |
he lets his master know of his disdain for these humans with the famous line: “
Lord what fools these mortals be.” Puck. Captain of our fairy band, Helena is here
|“Lord, what fools these mortals be!” Shakespeare The rain had stopped, but the |
storm raged on. Mazie and Cat stood under the front portico of Giltbrook Hall and
watched the chaos before them. Men on horses, men on foot, men in wagons ...
|All of the examples that follow suppose that testf ile is constructed as follows: |
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or a line of text, respectively. A character returned by getc is in ASCII form and ...
Graham Bradshaw, Tom Bishop, David Schalkwyk - 2010 - 332 pages
|My next transition could hardly be more predictable: "Lord, what fools these |
mortals be!" (AflVD 3.2.115). Let us suppose for the moment that Lucretius is a
time-traveller (the science of the science-fiction would appeal to him, I imagine -
|LORD,. WHAT. FOOLS. THESE. MORTALS. BE! CONFRONTATION. WITH. |
DEATH. IN. JAMES. MORROW'S. THE. ETERNAL. FOOTMAN. One of the most
common synonyms for "human being" — derived, like so much else in Western