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|Need makes the naked man run. (R) Need makes the naked quean spin. (R.) |
Need makes virtue. (R. Sc.) Necofsitaa ctiain timidos fortes facit. — Necessity
makes even the timid brave.— (Latin, Sattust, Catilina, 58.) Needs must when the
|Necessity is a hard weapon (Latin.) Ingcrjs telum necessitas. — Necessity is a ... |
Necessity is the mother of invention. Want is the mother of industry. ... Sc.)
Necessitas etiam timidos fortes facit.— Necessity makes even the timid brave — (
|Necessity when threatening is more powerful than device of man. Qotntus |
CuRTCtrs Rufus — De Rebus Gestis Alexandra Magni. IV. 3. 23. 10 Necessitas
etiam timidos fortes facit. Necessity makes even the timid brave. Sallust—
|QUINTILIAN The true creator is necessity, who is the mother of our invention. |
PLATO A wise man never refuses anything to necessity. PUBLILIUS SYRUS
Necessity makes even the timid brave. SALLUST Necessity, that excellent master
, hath ...
|1483. Eng: necessity isthe mother of invention necessity makes even the timid |
brave necessity sharpens industry need makes the old wife trot need makes
virtue Lat: necessitudo etiam timidos fortes facit Fr: lebesoin rend l«homme hardi
|African saying N Man is a complex being: he makes deserts bloom and lakes 225 |
die. Gil Stern For the earth is the Lord's, and the fulness thereof. 1 Corinthians 10:
26 The heavens ... NECESSITY. Necessity makes even the timid brave. Sallust ...
|RobertLouis Stevenson, 1850–1894 “You'll never do a whole lot unless you're |
brave enough to try.” Dolly Parton, 1946– “Fortune favors the brave.” Terence,
195–159 BCE ... Craig Ferguson, 1962– “Necessity makes even the timid brave.
|Did you hear about the military inductee who, when asked if he had any defects, |
replied, "No guts"? Necessity makes even the timid brave. Remember, you are
your own doctor when it comes to curing cold feet. People who lack courage think
|Necessity is often the spur to genius. - Balzac 2179. Necessity makes even the |
timid brave. - Sallust 2180. Necessity is the mother of invention. g\6Uff)iuw
|Necessity knows no law except to conquer. PubliliusSyrus: Sententiae, 42 B.C. ... |
necessity, which makes even the timid brave. Sallust: Bellum Catalinae,44 B.C.
You cannot escape necessities; but you can conquer them. Seneca, 4 B.C. – 65 ...