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|Neither have they hearts to stay, Nor wit enough to run away. Samuel Butler (|
1612-1680) English poet We know what happens to people who stay in the
middle of the road. They get run over. Aneurin Bevan (1897-1960) British Labour
|And that which was proved true before Prove false again? Two hundred more. |
Neither have they hearts to stay, Nor wit enough to run away. There are more
fools than knaves in the world, else the knaves would not have enough to live
|3 How long halt ye between two opinions? BIBLE: HEBREW, Elijah, in ; Kings, 18|
:21. Spoken to the children of Israel. 4 Neither have they hearts to stay, Nor wit
enough to run away. SAMUEL BUTLER, (1612-1680) British poet. "Hudibras," pt.
|Neither have they hearts to stay, Nor wit enough to run away. —SAMUEL |
BUTLER, “HUDIBRAS” Go, run, fly and avenge us. — PIERRE CORNEILLE, THE
CID Violence upon the roads: violence of horses; Some few have handsome
|QuotationsBook.com. To himself everyone is an immortal. He may know that he is |
going to die, but he can never know that he is dead. - Butler, Samuel Neither
have they hearts to stay, nor wit enough to run away. - Butler, Samuel From a ...
|Turbervile. The Loner to Cupid, Q's They sought to apprehend Jesus; \'Vhy, who |
did hinder them ? ... 0r fools berotfnl with their crimes, That know not how to shift
bctimcs, That neither have the hearts to stay Nor wit enough to run away. Butler.
|IMPULSE 1 It will be difficult for me not to make sport for the Philistines by pulling |
down a house or two, since when I once take pen in hand, I must say what comes
uppermost, ... 5 Neither have they hearts to stay, Nor wit enough to run away.
|That know-not how to shist betimes, And neither have the hearts to stay, Nor wit |
enough to run away ; Who, if we could ... in extreme distress; Who use to lessen
their despairs, By parting them int'equal shares; As if the more they were to bear,