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|NO REPORTS NO WONDER No reports are more readily believed than those |
which disparage genius and soothe envy of conscious mediocrity. Macaxlay. No
rest is worth anything except the rest that is earned. Jean Paul, No revenge is
|The LORD said, “Six days you shall do your work, and on the seventh day you |
shall rest, that your ox and your donkey may rest, and the son of your female ... —
SIDNEY J. HARRIS No rest is worth anything except the rest that is earned.
|"Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. ... |
Hebrews 4:9-10 nirv Now I can rest again, for the Lord has been so good to me.
... —Leonardo da Vinci No rest is worth anything except the rest that is earned.
|No rest is worth anything except the rest that is earned. - Paul, Jean It's no rest to |
be idle. - Peel, Paul Rest is the sweet sauce of labor. - Plutarch How beautiful is it
to do nothing, and then rest afterward. - Proverb Rest breeds rust. - Proverb ...
|Paul, Jean The end we aim at must be known, before the way can be made. - |
Paul, Jean The look of a king is itself a deed. - Paul, Jean No rest is worth
anything except the rest that is earned. - Paul, Jean Cares are often more difficult
to throw ...
|Something may even be done by abandoning the favourite chess, or the "strict |
game" of whist, and replacing them by a romp with ... by a condition in which no
rest can be obtained except by semi-poisonous doses of the same deadly
comforters. ... What is really needed is firm household discipline, which will insist
that rest is earned, not by weariness merely after one's ... children's books, and in
no other tongue have so many eminent men thought it worth their while to write
|Some were swamped at once, the men hardly Except by superior manoeuvring |
there was clearly no chance for tho logger. ... No rest for thy foot, oh Dove, Thou
mayest no further go, There's an angry sky above, And a raging deep below ...
and will light anything ; but he is as leaky as a sieve ; and when the wine gets into
him, in a tavern at Calais or Dunkirk, if he had ... worth his while, for if he catch
that lugger he will have laid hold of twenty thousand pounds' worth of as hard-
|To put a home within the reach of more workinamen would be a practical charity |
which would be well worth while, and ... learning their father's trades; it has had
the inevitable result of forcing our young men, who might be earning from $15 to
$30 ... live a hand-to-mouth sort of life, doing anything or nothing, as their lack of
training to any sort of work rendered imperative. ... of endurance, with little or no
rest for the metaphorical oiling-up process, which comes through rest and
|Perhaps you do not pass the poor farm; it is out of your way; well, you pass the |
cottage dOWn in the hollow, and the apples ... busy season '2 They will not do as
much work in a day as a trained hand, but you will have given them a chance tn
earn a ... There is something ' going on ' all the time. I get no rest. " “ 0 for a lodge
in some vast wilderness l" Such complaints .... We do not know any honest way
by which a correspondent can obtain a pass from a railroad except the paper
pays for ...
|Where one does not feel able to purchase any mattrasses at all,atick tilled with |
good,ciean, fresh straw, which is perfectly dry, and ... cotton batting, closely
tacked between calico, or any material one may choose, are the lightest and
warmest of anything in also. ... And this is my counsel, worth stopping to hear,
Worth treasnring, Willie, put heart in it, dear. ... an' do most of the sewin', an' have
all the care of the house, except what the kitchen girl did, and never have no rest