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|"Nobody is forgotten when it is convenient to remember him." * "When a man fell |
into his anecdotage it was a sign for him to retire from the world." * "Man is made
to adore and to obey: but if you will not command him, if you give him nothing to ...
|—Emerson • Nobody is forgotten when it is convenient to remember him. —|
Benjamin Disraelli • The lazy are always waiting to do something. —
Vauvenargues • It is more shameful to distrust one's friends than to be deceived
|Disraeli, Benjamin Nobody is forgotten when it is convenient to remember him. - |
Disraeli, Benjamin There is no waste of time in life like that of making
explanations. - Disraeli, Benjamin As a general rule, the most successful man in
life is the ...
|The Fine Art of Political Wit (Leon A. Harris; 1965) 60 Nobody is forgotten when it |
is convenient to remember him. Attrib. 61 When I meet a man whose name I can't
remember, I give myself two minutes; then, if it is a hopeless case, I always say, ...
|I had forgotten him, hut now I remember I thought so the last time he was here. |
The best thing is to have no manners. Now doesn't he put that well ?" " I dare say
he finds it convenient," responded the Dowager. " How do you do, Mynheer ...
|Born raconteur George Lang tells the Horatio Alger story--as only he can tell it--of his extraordinary life.|
|A Collection of Dialogues, Readings and Recitations, Arranged in Programs of |
Convenient Length for School Or Evening Entertainments . ... Have you all
forgotten him 7 You knew him once, but that was before Hands shook and eyes
grew dim—A very ... I knew you had, And his wife—I see you remember her-— Ah
, that was nearly as had. ... And even that money he takes 03, boys, And spends it
all for a drop— He's going down hill with the brakes of, boys, Can nobody make
|France imagines'him in the days after his dismissal, having secured enough ,|
wealth to be quite independent, going down to his ... The Coptic Church,—and
nobody can be dogmatic in saying they were wrong, has a legend or a tradition,
that Pilate ... and all conscience, and have forgotten Jesus of Nazareth, and who
say in effect: “I don't seem to remember Him. ... the conflict within his own soul
between conscience and convenience, and at last letting the voices of a mad
mob prevail, ...
|I sort of knew it was just a story, but it never stopped me from asking him to take |
me out to those rocks any chance I got. ... Which was something nobody could
ever take away. ... attentive, acknowledging where appropriate as she let the
memories come—some happy, some more difficult to remember. ... Some of
those recollections had been shut away so long, she herself had almost forgotten
|If only the fool man hadn't challenged him, he would still be alive to return home |
to his family tonight, not lying face ... Nobody got in the way of Roishan Darry,
nobody who wanted to live. ... Over the years he had used so many pseudonyms
he could barely remember his real one. ... Names were a convenience, allowing
a man to change his identity at will. ... They had forgotten them, like so much else.