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|Unknown, Source There will be no crown bearers in heaven who are not cross |
bearers on earth. - Unknown ... Unknown, Source Nothing bad ever happens
without equal or growth - Unknown, Source No one would ever have crossed the
|Unknown, Source Nothing bad ever happens without equal or growth - Unknown, |
Source No one would ever have crossed the ocean if he could have gotten off the
ship in a storm. - Unknown, Source The difference between stumbling blocks ...
|... you blossom because of the conditions that unfold around you, yet everything |
you will ever become grows from within. Cyclically, plants shed their growth and
bow down to be preserved. ... Observing the power of the small, the Master said:
this is why I know the benefit of resorting to no action; the Way shows no
favoritism. Regardless of its size or behavior, all things are equal in the eyes of
|3 [Equal! commensurate, equivalent, tied; see EQUAL. ... break even make |
nothing, tie, neither win nor lose; see BALANCE 2. evening n. twilight, dusk,
gloaming; see NIGHT 1. evenly a. ... in any event anyway, no matter what
happens, however; see ANYHOW. ... eventual a. inevitable, ultimate, consequent;
see LAST 1. eventually a. in the end, at last, ultimately; see FINALLY 2. ever a.
eternally, always, ...
|3 [Equal] commensurate, equivalent, tied; see EQUAL. ... break even make |
nothing, tie, neither win nor lose; see balance 2. evening n. twilight, dusk,
gloaming; see NIGHT 1. evenly a. ... In any event anyway, no matter what
happens, however; see ANYHOW. ... 1. eventual a. inevitable, ultimate,
consequent; see LAST 1. eventually a. in the end, at last, ultimately; see FINALLY
2. ever a. eternally, always, ...
|ri^HE king bad hitherto, during the course of the JL war, obtained many |
advantages over the parliament, and had raised himself from that low condition
into which he had at first fallen, to be nearly upon an equal footing with his
adversaries. ... it not been for the disappointment in the enterprise of Gloucester,
the royal garrisons had reached, without interruption, ... Citizens and country-
gentlemen soon became excellent officers, and the generals of greatest fame
and capacity happened, ...
|At the worst, no one would argue on any other case, that the abuse of any |
institution, or of any gift of God, was an argument against its ... V" The evil done to
the Church by bold, bad, and ambitious Ministers of State has been great far
greater than ever they in their ... All the meritorious cannot get advancement
equal to their merit. That happens in no profession. ... to his own plan have been
proved to be necessarily such as would leave tor the great purpose he proposes
|Whom No. S17. THE PAST TUB PRESENT roll THE Fl TlIttK. piuntep A!rn |
runLtsHtn bt h. silks & son, at $5 pEn AtfttOM ... sound, practical every day sense"
-"no theorists who will construct a system off-hand," Sec except -when vie happen
to ... "Wehear nothing here of Mr. Crawford. ... by preparation tor it: for, that the
growth of cotton in the south, will be as bad and unprofitable a business as ever
|[H. of H. it< growth, ... Surely not; because no such duty, and no duty whatever, is |
charged on coin or bullion when imported into the United States under ... on
which no duty is charged on its arrival in the United States, then no deduction
from such price is ever made. ... Fifteen per cent, is paid for freight and insurance,
equal to six hundred dollars. ... Nothing but bad wine could have inspired such
anti-American sentiments; for we are told by high authority, that "in good wine
there is truth.
Edmund Ruffin - 1842 - Read
|The first sown entirely escaped the rust, the straw unusually bright and clear, the |
grain lull and plump, equal in quality to any ... I expressed my sentiments so fully
in my last communication on the growth and culture of the corn crop, that I will
now say ... lot of winter butter ever offered in that market was then exhibited, and
had been made entirely from the 6ugar beet. ... much patience trespasses daily
committed on their property, without complaining ; and yet it most frequently