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|Proverb No man is esteemed for colorful garments except by fools and women. - |
Raleigh, Sir Walter Every time a woman leaves off something she looks better,
but every time a man leaves off something he looks worse. - Rogers, Will I have ...
|Says Francis Osborn, in his best manner, “Wear your clothes neat, exceeding |
rather than coming short of others of like ... but money in thy purse will ever be in
fashion; and no man is esteemed for gay garments_but by fools and women.
|In the Two Medicine territory of Montana, the Pikuni Indians are forced to choose between fighting a futile war or accepting a humiliating surrender, as the encroaching numbers of whites threaten their very existence|
|Thou hast drawn together all the far-stretched greatness, all the pride, cruelty, |
and ambition of man, and covered it all over with these two narrow ... Raleigh, Sir
Walter No man is esteemed for colorful garments except by fools and women.
|She says in a recent number of the jRtvohtlion that ber views on that subject are "|
essentially those of Robert Dale Owen. ... The family is an older Institution than
the ballot-box, and there are men and women in every community who esteem it
a ... how to cut and make garments, instead of depending solely on their
dressmakers and milliners, as used to be the custom. ... Of course there are
plenty ol fools always, feminine as well as masculine — there are always some
women who must ...
|Many shall rise up to call th is noble woman blessed, not only because she |
healed their sick bodies, but because ehe has walked ... We remember familiar
secular proverbs such as : "Time and tide wait for no man," "Haste makes waste."
"A fool and his money are soon parted," etc. ... They are words of wisdom,
handles that fit almost any tool, flowers of a thousand different bright colors, a
heavenly woman that feareth the Lord she shall be ... Who hath bound the waters
in his garment ?
|To-day there are probably not more than twenty-five or thirty such plantations in |
existence, and even these show ... to the Montezuma, or king, in cochineal, which
was the only dye used in coloring the garments of the royalty and nobility. ... From
that day to this it has been highly esteemed in all civilized countries, and its
production has been an important industry. ... the females are not only double the
size of the males, but that they outnumber the males by about two hundred to one
|It is impossible to know who is noble, who is worshipful, who is a gentleman, who |
is not, because all persons dress ... The color of his doublet and belly in France.
The wing ... Ami no man is esteemed for gay garments but by fools and women.
Francis Ellingwood Abbot, William James Potter, Benjamin Franklin Underwood - 1879
|October 26 and 27, 1878, to which we were delegates, was radically divided into |
two parties, one favoring total repeal, ... been found destitute of religion, or whose
garments have not been stained by the blood of persecuted religious sects. ...
may have been no wider than those between the worshippers of the male and
those of the female principle in Nature. ... Ignorance was universal among the
populace; the priests "taught It as a science," and by It ruled both Pharaohs and
|\Vhere one has buds, the other has bonnets; where one rejoices in verdure, the |
other exults in showy dry-goods ; birds are the .... She was a beautiful woman, not
more than four-and-twcnty; and notwithstanding the rather masculine style of her
beauty, ... and rugged clothes, gave a speckly appearance to their dull color; and
several locks of gray hair, stiff with frost, hung like icicles ... She belonged to the
race of Kak'nu, still esteemed among the peasantry of Brctagne an accursed one.