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Carol A. Dingle - 2000 - 192 pages
|People are governed with the head; kindness of heart is little use in chess. |
Eminence without merit earns deference without esteem. Scandal is an
importunate wasp, against which we must make no movement unless we are
quite sure that we ...
|Butler, Samuel A person usually has two reasons for doing something: a good |
reason and the real reason. - Carlyle, Thomas People are governed with the
head; kindness of heart is little use in chess. - Chamfort, Sebastien-Roch Nicolas
John Saunders - 1848
|Autumn closed in, and November appeared with his mantle of frost, his feet of |
mud, and his head enveloped in fog. ... Even with the best informed minds,
subjects of conversation are not inexhaustible ; and hence cards and chess are ...
often he restrained the harsh word he was about to speak ; but although he
endeavoured to govern himself, idleness and ... with a gentle firmness, tempering
reason with kindness ; while Ursula respectfully ventured to put in a little word
now and then.
|Is there no blood flowing in my veins — is there no heart beating here in my |
bosom that cries aloud for my birthright? ... The prince, as you are well aware, is
the head of a neighboring state; your alliance with him renders more solid your
own position. You act not for yourself, but for your people. ... For us of a nobler
blood, and situated as the governing powers of the world, it becomes a political
move on the chess-board. ... You are a little hard upon the prince," said the
|kind-heart edness adj kind-spoken spoken kindly; given to speaking kindly. after (|
its) kind according to (its) nature; do one's kind ... of money; tit for tat; kind of (
cvlhq) of a kind. somewhat, sort of. to some extent, as it were, used adjectivally
and adverbially. ... Same as kinsfolk, under kin1 king king, n a male hereditary
chief ruler or titular head of a nation; a male monarch; a queen bee (iih.i); a
playing- card having the picture of a king; the most important piece in chess; a
piece that has ...
|The home he graced Is stricken ; and the farm He loved to till, There finding dally |
some unwonted charm, His heart to ... the heads of families' by their wonderful
offers of prizes and other clap-trap methods, that are really very objectionable. ...
whereas, newspapers, like people, are rarely all bad ; In fact, the class of papers
to which I refer use creditable matter to ... that is, in not being governed in our
intercourse with each other by the spirit of love as shown in a kindly
consideration of ...
|... tombs, has kindly furnished an explanatory text, which, if we may be permitted |
the use of a vulgar pnrase, reads like the cry of stinking fish. ... so did the
Milanese invent " some similar honour for the head of their Church as the
harbinger of peace ; under a canopy of silk, borne by the first gentlemen of Milan,
the Pope received the hosannas of a people. ... man and a fascinating scamp
contending, like the angel and the devil in the Chess-players, for the possession
of a pretty, silly, and ...
|The farmer went rnthless into the yard— His stomach was longing, his heart it |
was hard; No hegging of tnrkey, of goose, or of dnck Conld move him— the ... "
Thanksgiving has come," the old farmer said, As he lifted his ax, and cnt off a
|This wrong temper, be conceived, was the spirit of national pride which actuated |
and governed us. ... of a prosperity which surpassed in its characteristics and
amount that over accorded to any people with whose records we were
acquainted. Let the advantages we had enjoyed be placed in comparison with
the use we had made of them. ... To whatever point they directed their attention
they saw reason why they should be humble ; and let each scrutinise his own
heart, and it would ba ...
Alfred Emanuel Smith, Francis Walton - 1882
|They were accompanied by Mrs. Clafiin, to whose kindness the college is |
indebted for the favor of Miss Thursby's ... majority of readers will be those
proceedings which, for lack of a better name, might be classed under the head of
Social Science, ... —The Hansom cabs now in use in Philadelphia are in constant
demand, and are an established success. ... --The Duke of Al bany has
consented to give his patronage to the International Chess Tournament to be
held in London next year.