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|305-240 B.C.) Alexandrian poet, grammarian. Heraclitus, trans, by William |
Johnson Cory (1858). Addressing the poet Heraclitus of Halicarnas- sus, on the
news of his death. 2 One man's remorse is another man's reminiscence. OGDEN
|I do not like to get the news, because there has never been an era when so many |
things were going so right for so many of the wrong persons. One man's remorse
is another man's reminiscence. Remorse is a violent dyspepsia of the mind.
|One man's remorse is another man's reminiscence (There's nothing wrong with a |
person's sex life that the right psychoanalyst can't exaggerate.) Among the
porcupines, rape is unknown. Freud found sex an outcast in the outhouse, and
left it ...
|Michele Brown. Don't stint on the foreplay. Be inventive. Dr. Ruth Westheimer |
One man's remorse is another man's reminiscence. Gerald Horton Bath Sexual
intercourse is kicking death in the ass while singing. Charles Bukowski sexy in ...
|Dolmance, in Philosophy in ihc Bedroom, "Dialogue the Fifth: Yet Another Effort, |
Frenchmen. If You Would ... U.S. screen actor. The Lonely Life, ch. 1 (1962). 2
One man's remorse is another man's reminiscence. OGDEN NASH (1902-71).
|Nash, Ogden One man's remorse is another man's reminiscence. - Nash, Ogden |
Remorse is a violent dyspepsia of the mind. - Nash, Ogden I don't mind their
having a lot of money, and I don't care how they employ it, but I do think that they
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|o^utomation is man's effort to make work so easy that woman can do it all. -in i |
NmuMi Half the fun of remembering is ... Bett Anderson in SlcCaU's One man's
remorse is another man's reminiscence. — Gerald Horton Bath in The Little
|“La Figlia che Piange” for a reminiscence of a faithless affair of the heart; actually, |
that poem has for its inspiration ... One man's agony ofremorse is another man's
dismissal of a peccadillo. ... remorse and renunciation of AshWednesday,
thatpoemwouldbe noless moving if one surmised nothingatall of Eliot's private
|This is to exhibit the portrait of one man, as intended for another, to teach A for B, |
and. the consequence necessarily is, that a book ... The Age of Books,7' " Human
Sorrow and Human Sympathy," "Boarding School Reminiscences," "Religious
Novels,'1 "A Vision of Poets," ... Sketches, ' "Early Friendship," "Zcrenda, a Fairy
Tale," "A Lover's Remorse,'' "The Unknown," "The Military Spectacle,'' " A Family