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|Preoccupation with money is the great test of small natures, but only a small test |
of great ones. Paris: a city of pleasures and ... People are governed with the head
; kindness of heart is little use in chess. Eminence without merit earns deference
|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
|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.
|I can easily understand why men have invented cards and chess, or other games|
, to saye themselves from talking when ... Surcr of the empire, Madeleine, instead
of bending her head as formerly, answered him with a sweet firmness in that ...
From time to time Ursula would put in a little word which would not have been
unworthy of the female servant of Molibre. ... In spite of the angelic kindness, in
spite of the marked attentions of Madeleine, the evenings were yet long for
|Having kindness of heart or nature. ... Kin'derhook, in Arkansas, a small village of |
Cleburne co. ... of Europe have adopted into their respective languages the
equivalent terms in use among the people with whom they caixy on intercourse.
|The <|iiality of being kindly ; affection; affectionate disposition ; benignity; as, |
kindliness of heart. ... represent and guide them ; but it has passed through as
many Bhades of meaning as there are states or nations to be governed. ... and to
that of Holland, who succeeds by hereditary right ; to tbe head of a savage tribe
or barbarous horde, as well as to that of ... equivalent terms in use among the
people with whom they carry on intercourse Thus we speak of the Shah of Persia,
the Grand ...
|The quality of being kindly; affection; atfectionate disposition; beniguity; as, kimllil|
-es: of heart. ... and guide them; but it has passed through as many shades of
meaning as there are states or nations to be governed. ... of Europe have
adopted into their respective languages the equivalent terms in use among the
people with whom they carry on intercourse. ... duties; and generally a religious
ceremony performed, in \vhich the anointing him with oil and placing a crown
upon his head are ...
|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 ...
|Therefore, in the year that is to come, let us strive for a truer understanding of the |
motives which govern gm gflvrriintmmtu. ... The home he graced is stricken; and
the farm He loved to till, There finding daily some unwonted charm, His heart to
thrill, ... heads. of. families'. by their wonderful oflers 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
|Saturn's rings may be seen with small telescopes. ... 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, and ... —The
Hansom cabs now in use in Philadelphia are in constant demand, and are an
established success. ... He did not deny his crime, and asked his people not to
avenge his death.