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|Justice Darling I can live for two months on a good compliment Mark Twain Don't |
tell a woman she's pretty; tell her there's no other woman like her, and ... Jules
Renard Nothing is so silly as the expression of a man who is being complimented
|Archbishop Desmond Tutu C O M P L I M E N T When a man makes a woman his |
wife, it's the highest compliment he can pay her – and it's usually the ... Ashley
Jensen Nothing is so silly as the expression of a man who is being complimented
|Sinclair Lewis (1885-1951) American novelist Depend upon it that if a man talks |
of his misfortunes there is something in ... Mark Twain (1835-1910) American
author Nothing is so silly as the expression of a man who is being complimented.
|The bailiffs snatched him up, and he scampered awkwardly back to jail. French |
writer André Gide was spot-on when he said that, “Nothing is so silly as the
expression ofa man who is being complimented.” Well, Itzler was a man who, for
a time, ...
|Handshakes. R. begins an enormous compliment directed at me: "I thank you, |
Gide . . . I thank you for the beautiful pages of Vers et Prose that you permitted us
to read." Nothing is so silly as the expression of a man who is being
|I love an opportunity to offer an expression of praise, congratulation and |
encouragement to one so deserving. A surprisingly large number of ... Nothing is
as silly as the expression of a man who is being complimented. There is nothing
you can ...
|Gerould, Katherine F. Nothing is so silly as the expression of a man who is being |
complimented. - Gide, Andre A compliment is something like a kiss through a veil.
- Hugo, Victor Hunger is never delicate; they who are seldom gorged to the full ...
|Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has the courage to lose sight of the |
shore. - Gide, Andre The most gifted natures ... Gide, Andre Nothing is so silly as
the expression of a man who is being complimented. - Gide, Andre Fish die belly
|I. These words, Pyrrho ivas of opinion that men did nothing but by custom, are |
absurd. He was not so stupid as to fay this. ... He ought to have expressed himself
thus : Pyrrho maintained, that in reality, nothing was either this or that ; but that
the ... are endued with a consciousness j and they not only are conscious of their
being something, but they likewise believe ... I should think it equally sagacious
in a man, who should compliment the North wind, and quarrel with that of the
|Those who before believed, were confirmed ; those who had doubted, doubted |
no more ; and so strong did the presumption ... To make assurance doubly sure,
the Observer, in his noble zeal — and, in a political opponent, nothing can be
nobler — to ... by foolish friends, who were so blind as not to see the drift of all
this, and so silly as to esteem ft a compliment to the ... the last whom any man
could, in common charity, suspect of promulgating such doctrine, is the individual
, who, being ...