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|(APP 248; EAP 293; CODP 153; MP 417; DAP 416) 1936 Money is power: so |
said one. (p. 542) The Complete Poems of Carl Sandburg, rev. ed. New York:
Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1970. Money is the sinews of (love and) war. (APP
|John Brewer provides a new framework for understanding Britain s emergence in the eighteenth century as a major international power.|
|Schoyer, who taught in China in the 1930s, served there during the Second |
World War and married a Chinese girl, established ... of girls virtually sold into
marriage or concubinage in Hong Kong, where 'money is the sinews of love, as
|Money is first to be sought, virtue afterwards. Latin. 68. Money is like manure : of |
very little use unless it be spread. Bacon. 69. Money is lost only for the want ...
Money is the sinew of love as well as of war. 86. Money is the sinew of war. Dutch
|Money is the root of all evil. New Testament. 85. Money is the sinew of love as |
well as of war. 86. Money is the sinew of war. Dutch. 87. Money is the sinew of
business. Plutarch. 88. Money is the soul of business. Ger. 89. Money is the very
|(A. J. Liebling) Anger is one of the sinews of the soul. (Thomas Fuller) Money is |
the sinews of love, as of war. (Farquhar, Lave and a Bottle) Good company and
good discourse are the very sinews of virtue. (Izaak Walton) Then to advise how ...
|War, Money and the English State 1688-1783 John Brewer, Professor of Cultural |
History John Brewer. his conduct of the Seven Years War, reflect the triumph both
of mercantile interests in the City and of an ideology of aggressive commercial
expansion. ... European balance of power and by a more parochial love of their
native land, whether it were the polders of Holland or the turnip fields of Hanover.
|Emerson, Ralph Waldo Money, which represents the prose of life, and which is |
hardly spoken of in parlors without an apology, is, in its effects and laws, as
beautiful as roses. - Emerson, Ralph Waldo Money is the sinews of love, as of
|Let all the learned say all they can, 'Tis ready money makes the man. William |
Somerville (1675-1742), English poet Money is the sinews of love, as of war.
George Farquhar (1678-1707), Irish playwright Can wealth give happiness? look
|A moneyless man goes fast through the market All things are obedient to money |
God made man, man made money He ... the only monarch Money is the root of
all evil Money is the sinews of love as well as of war Money isn't everything