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|Never forget that a half truth is a whole lie. - Unknown, Source Where lies are |
easily admitted, the father of lies is not easily kept out. Source unknown A great
leader molds public opinion, a wise leader listens to it. - Unknown, Source Some
|One of the striking differences between a cat and a lie is that the cat has only nine |
lives. - Twain, Mark Never forget that a half truth is a whole lie. - Unknown,
Source Where lies are easily admitted, the father of lies is not easily kept out.
|A half truth is a whole lie. - Proverb, Yiddish The truth only irritates those it |
enlightens, but does not convert. - Quesnel ... Then you don't have to remember
what you have said, and you never forget what you have said. - Rayburn, Sam
|Should the CEO attempt to present the rosiest colored picture, or should the |
words represent just the truth? ... CEOs maintain an obligation to report the truth
about revenue, expenses, and profits "Never forget that a half truth is a whole lie.
|But let us never forget that it is the good thing missed that causes the greatest |
trouble, even as a half truth is a greater mischief-maker than a whole lie.
Symbolism suffers for these very reasons. Then, too, zealots are often the worst
|In this compact, nonpartisan book, Andrews urges readers to be “careful students” of the past, seeking accurate, factual accounts of events and decisions that illuminate choices we face now.|
|Then she was packed in cotton and sent for a long, dark ocean voyage ; but |
French dolls are never seasick, so that Lizette's ... There was no doubt just what
grandmother meant ; so the gold went out to walk with Nina. ... Then another
voice whispered, "A half-truth — a half-truth may mean a whole lie — a whole lie
— a ...
|We must never forget that. No matter ... The half truth of Sarai and Abram in |
parading her as his sister was also a whole lie, for she was truly his wife. ... Many
a life situation has found grief when a Christian has strayed in false pastures to
|Such splendid thinkers evince no dread of doubt. ... but never can it become a |
Christian to be afraid of being asked ' a reason for the faith that is in him ' ; nor a
Protestant, to be ... Someone has truly observed that " a half truth is a whole lie.
|It comes up, in this month of July, on the very eve of Independence Day, with a |
force and significance never felt before since 1776. ... The statement that officers
are servants is only a half-truth; and half-truths are most generally whole lies. The
President is indeed to serve the people. His office is, without doubt, an office of
service; and this is no new discovery of this country, because it is a republic.