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Leo M. Sandefur Manners- character. -the final and perfect flower of noble —
William Winter. Politeness is the flower of humanity. — Joubert. Politeness has
|Politeness is as natural to delicate natures as perfume is to flowers—De Finod. |
Off goes his ... There is no accomplishment so easy to acquire as politeness, and
none more profitable.—H. W. ... Politeness is the flower of humanity. –Joubert.
|a letter of credit everywhere. -~liartol. And when a lady's in the can, You know all |
other things gtvc place. —Gay. The true effect of genuine politeness seems to be
rather ease than pleasure. -—Johnson. Politeness is the flower of humanity.
Henry Donald Maurice Spence-Jones, Charles Neil, Joseph Samuel Exell - 1889 - Read
|6705—6520] [POLITENESS,  Treating others as you love to be treated |
yourself. ...  True politeness appears as little as may be, and when it does a
courtesy, would willingly conceal it. ...  Politeness is the flower of humanity.
| To the acquisition of the rare quality of politeness, so much of the |
enlightened understanding is necessary, that I ... 2 Humanity.  Politeness is
the flower of humanity. He that is not polite enough, is not human enough. —
|Politeness is the flower of humanity. He who is not polite is not human enough. |
Politeness is a sort of blunting instrument that envelopes me asperities of our
character, and prevents them from wounding others. "Politeness is to kindness
|“Politeness is the flower of humanity”, (Joseph Joubert, 1754 – 1824, French |
moralist). “Politeness is to human nature what warmth is to wax”, (Arthur
Schopenhauer, 1788- 1860, German philosopher). Politeness and tact play an
important role ...
|To this happy effect he certainly contributed both by precept and example; he in~ |
culcated no respect for the persons or opinion of m artists, who according to his
polite and discriminating expression, “. ' Inquiry into the beauties of painting.
|For 1804: Or, Characteristic Sketches of Human Nature and Modern Manners. To |
which are ... Bowing, ceremonious formal compliments, stiff civilities, wilt never be
politeness: that must be easy, natural, unstudied, manly, noble. And what will ...