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|I saw a pedlar and his wife on the road ; the former knocked at people's doors, |
and asked the inmates of houses to buy ... These people must lead a very hard
life, and undergo a good deal of suffering and privation in order to procure a bare
|'Tis thine t'expand the wond'rous powers of man, To lead him on with curious |
mind to scan Creation's fabric vast, and points minute Of nature's plan. Handmaid
of piety l—when rightly trod, (Fair truth directing with unerring nod,) Thy paths will
|TRIFLE. Life is no trifle. Men are led by trifles. Be not vexed at trifles. Trifles make |
up existence. Do not wrangle about trifles. ... Trifles often lead to serious results.
... Few things discover a man's imbecility of mind sooner than his love for trifles.
|Triflea Man shows his character best in trifles. — Schopenhauer. Trifles |
themselves are elegant in him. — Pope. Men are led by trifles. — Napoleon.
These little things are great to little men. ... Terence. These trifles will lead to
|... if the bushes and the roads were human, and had kindness like men ; as if the |
tree were a good giant with one wooden leg; ... The road was very erratic, for
every true English road exists in order to lead one a dance; and what could be
|In Trifles, although the women rebel against traditional mores, they are all |
effectively silenced. ... by hiding the evidence their shared experiences lead them
to uncover, but they are clearly not going to oppose man's justice by actively
|"Perhaps," meekly suggested Katie, "they expect it to lead to growth. ... had come |
from the stores and factories where the men of whom her uncle was so jubilantly
speaking made the money which they were able to subscribe to the church.
|When people begin to say that the material circumstances have alone created |
the moral circumstances, then they have prevented all possibility of serious ...
The latter say that drink leads to poverty; the former say that poverty leads to drink
|And maun we then for ever eat, _ Our Kail through R'eek wi' France man ; Deel |
heed—bit they dare to come, We'll lead them a queer dance man. They'll.find it-'
butla sorry day, And wish themsels right far away ; '1 think niysel I hear them say,.