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|However, successful learners developed favourable attitudes as the course |
progressed, and in their turn, these attitudes encouraged more ... therefore that,
in language learning as in other forms of learning, 'nothing succeeds like success
Hodgson, Richard C - 1973 - No preview
|But just as nothing succeeds like success, so nothing fails like failure. Most |
people who are ruined are ruined by attempting too much. Therefore, in setting
out on the immense enterprise of living fully and comfortably within the narrow
limits of ...
|1987Time 28 Dec. 52 There is nothing better for the inside of a man than the |
outside of a horse. Ronald Reagan President. health NOTHING succeeds like
success Cf. Fr. rien ne réussit comme le succès, nothing succeeds like success.
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|These laws imply the truth of the well-known proverbs and maxims like-"You can |
lead a horse to water but you cannot make him drink. "Nothing succeeds like
success." "Practice makes- a man perfect." Some More Laws of Learning Given
|28. Nothing stake. See Nought (4). 29. Nothing succeeds like success. 1867: A.D. |
Richardson, Beyond Mississippi, xxxiv, 'Nothing succeeds like success'. There
was much Southern sympathy on the island; now all our dear friends. 1872: W.
|"Wrong you are, Brother Dodgem, as wrong as wrong can be," interrupted Squire |
McMasters. a worse fallacy than the old platitude you have just ut— ' teredll—'
Nothing succeeds like success.' I'll tell you, sir, “4 what succeeds much better
Harvey James Gonden, Arthur W. Park, James Blythe Wootan - 1917 - Read - More editions
|"There never was a worse fallacy than the old platitude you have just uttered — '|
Nothing succeeds like success.' I'll tell you, sir, what succeeds much better than
success, so-called, and that is doing every day the task at hand the best one ...