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Elyse Sommer - 2013 - 625 pages
|... fever —P. G. Wodehouse I could hear my heart, like somebody hammering on |
a tree —John D. MacDonald It seemed ... —Wilfrid Sheed (Nobody can be as)
agreeable as an uninvited guest —Frank McKinney Humorists like McKinney are
Gloria Pierre - 2005 - 187 pages
|Marilyn Moats Kennedy, Author Synonyms: labor, wrestle Agreeable: favorably |
inclined or willing Nobody can be as agreeable as an uninvited guest. Kin
Hubbard 1869-1930 Synonyms: pleasant, acceptable, appropriate Altruism:
|Frank McKinney Hubbard It's pretty hard to tell what does bring happiness. |
Poverty and wealth have both failed. - Frank McKinney Hubbard Nobody can be
as agreeable as an uninvited guest. - Frank McKinney Hubbard People are not ...
|I feel sure that the training for this technique will soon be a regular part of our |
medical studies." Besides this method for prevention of ... Nobody can be as
agreeable as an uninvited guest. □□□ Some people pay a compliment as if
|'The one who eats the most breadandbutter can have the most cake'—or chicken.|
They look ... But nobody really did that. Mrs. Bruce ... Shelter it really was, now,
against her uninvited guest. She had done her best tomake his early call
agreeable and to satisfy him with more substantial things than old memories.
They had ...
|The wind had veered round to the east, and it seemed probable that the rain |
would look in, an uninvited guest, in the ... Lady Valence declared herself in
despair, but as nobody could remember the weather ever being anything but
|I have seemed haunted by her once or twice lately, and yet nobody knows |
anything about her, except that her name is Ford. ... He did see her again,
however, and it was, as will have already been supposed, at Lady Valence's
garden party that he ... its usual consideration, had changed that very morning,
after having been, for May, really decently mild and agreeable. The wind had
veered round to the east, and it seemed not improbable that the rain would look
in, an uninvited guest, ...
Clifton Fadiman - 1955 - 1108 pages
|Sydney J. Harris, Strictly Personal Nobody can be as agreeable as an uninvited |
guest. Kin Hubbard Th' weddin' last evenin' o' Miss Princess Bud an' Mr. Mingo
Bain wuz th' most successful o' th' season, excellin' all former efforts by two pickle
|... decently mild and agreeable. The wind had veered round to the east, and it |
seemed not improbable that the rain would look in, an uninvited guest, in the
course of the afternoon. Lady Valence declared herself in despair, but as nobody
|grep '"No' fortunes No amount of genius can overcome a preoccupation with |
detail. Nobody can be as agreeable as an uninvited guest. Nothing in life is to be
feared. It is only to be understood. Now and then an innocent man is sent to the ...