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|Everyone knows that it was the Puritans who objected to Archbishop Laud's |
famous publication on the subject;1 everyone knows that they ... “No one
suddenly becomes a precentor. ... 2Latin for “no one ever suddenly became
|Satires (98?-128?!, 13, 1. 243 3 It's hard not to write satire. Satires (98J-128?), no|
. 1, I. 30 4 Even if nature says no, indignation makes me write verse. Satires (98J-
128?), no. 1, 1. 79 5 No one ever suddenly became depraved. Satires (98?
|Satires no. r, !. 50 4 Probitas laudatur et alget. Honesty is praised and left to |
shiver. Satires no. 1, 1. 74 (translation by ... 24 8 Nemo repente fttit turpissimtis.
No one ever suddenly became depraved. Satires no. 2, I. 85 9 lam pridem Syrus
|14 20 22 15 16 17 18 19 21 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 1 2 3 ... as in the Bible (1 |
Corinthians) 'Purge out therefore the old leaven'; see SIMILARITY 15 3 4 original
sin the tendency to evil supposedly ... 10 No one ever suddenly became
|5348 Every form of addiction is bad, no matter whether the narcotic be alcohol or |
morphine or idealism. 5349 Great talents are the most lovely ... 5363 Safins No
one ever suddenly became depraved. 5364 Satires The misfortunes of poverty ...
|JOYCE Peggy 2221 It takes all the fun out of a bracelet if you have to buy it |
yourself. JUNIUS 2222 If individuals have no virtues, their vices may be of use to
us. JUVENAL AD c.60-c.130 2223 Satires No one ever suddenly became
|... his arms gave way under the sudden dead weight of the sagging head, and |
Hyoi's face became as alien and animal as it had seemed ... Man, it is suggested,
is only “half hnau”: he has compromised, but not erased completely, the spiritual
nature Maleldil gave him at his creation. ... According to one standard summary,
total depravity does not imply that every sinner is “as thoroughly depraved as he
|not one who is not acquainted with some one or other, who formerly led a pious |
and exemplary life, but who, unhappily, has fallen away, ... This change was not
wrought in him on a sudden. ... His soid became a prey to the depravity of corrupt
nature ; and the most filthy sins became to him no longer objects of abhorrence.
|Then suddenly you were a murderer, front-page stuff, Public Enemy Number One|
. ... screaming for blood, those very same judges all of a sudden became the
toughest lock-'em-up-and- throw-away-the-keylaw-and-order types that ever lived
|Whether it was haunted or not no one could say, but it was unlucky; it had a 'bad |
influence not only upon its ... Terrible tales were told of how those who often
crossed it, more especially those who worked it, became depraved, subject to
sudden impulses to crime, lost to all sense of right. ... As every one else had
refused it, either they must take it or, fertile as it was, it must be left to lapse into
forest. And so ...