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|“Occupation is the necessary basis of all enjoyment.” — Leigh Hunt “Occupation |
is the scythe of time.” — Napoleon “No thoroughly occupied man was ever yet
very miserable.” — Letitia Landon “It is neither wealth nor splendor, but
|TIME—The Scythe of Occupation is the scythe of time.— NAPOLEON I. TIME.—|
Swift-Footed On our quickest decrees the inaudible and noiseless foot of Time
steals ere we can efl'ect them—SHAKSPEARE. TIME—Taken by the Foreloclr.
|A delinquent sixteen-year-old girl is sent to live with her uncle for the summer, only to learn that he is a Grim Reaper who wants to teach her the family business.|
|Lord Keith bowed and answered—" He had been already at St. Helena four times|
.”. Napoleon went on reiteratinghis protestations against .... rejoined Napoleon, "
we will write our memoirs. Yes, we must : for occupation is the scythe of time.
|Occupations of the Months and Signs of the Zodiac in the Index of Christian Art |
Colum Hourihane ... Usually one man holds the scythe in his hands, and
occasionally a landscape is represented, especially in works from the fourteenth
|them to do as much at an occupation, perhaps the most active that falls to the lot |
of women in field labour, as those enured ... During th: time the mowers are
sharpening their scythes the rakings are put into sheaves by the gatherers, ban'
|... to superintend the reapers ; for to none of the reapers can such a task be |
deputed, as his own occupation is sufficient to occupy all his attention. ... It is his
duty to mark the time to commence work, and to leave it, and of the hours of
meals and of rest; it is his duty to restrain the ... The scythes should be mounted
as figured hereafter, and made fit for work some time before being wanted in the
|And that it them, and by shall be lawful to the masters of the said occupation for |
the time what means, being, and their succeflors, to sue for the one moiety of all
such ... the said city scythe time be- K 2 ing, The explanation of the statute of 4.
|During the years following his arrival in California, my father engaged in various |
occupations: as a bookkeeper for a firm of ... The first time was when, suffering
from a lung condition, he was advised that he had only a few months to live. ...
The other case when he faced the Man with the Scythe occurred in Montana. He
|... a wolf in occupation, they ran and fetched weapons—the man an axe, and the |
wife a scythe. “Stay behind,” said the man, as they entered the room. “When I
have given him a blow, and it does not seem to have killed him, then you must cut