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|Boileau, Nicholas Praising an honest person who doesn't deserve it, always |
wounds them. - Boileau, Nicholas To say, well done to any bit of good work is to
take hold of the powers which have made the effort and strengthen them beyond
|He simply doesn't believe in shortcuts. "Success Is a Choice draws on Pitino's 17 years as a college and professional coach.|
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|(26:9) 13 A gracious wife is her husband's delight; her abilities make him a |
stronger man.? 14A wife who doesn't talk too much is a gift from the Lord. ...
7Never praise anyone before you hear him talk; that is the real test. Honesty 8 If
you try to be honest, you can be, and it will improve your character as handsome
clothing improves your appearance. ... Foolish Talk 11 When devout people talk,
what they say always makes sense, but foolish people are always contradicting
|There were many prisoners — Seton, Rosse,and Cassilis among them, the |
sheriffs of Ayr and Linlithgow, two sons of the Bishop ... On the other side but four
private soldiers were killed, and Hume, Ochiltree, and Car of Faudonaide badly
wounded. .... to think of his having been always in the wrong- (by the way, he
bought the Blenheim pictures, for which wo praised him ... as be deserved) — we
really wish they would ask some intelligent foreigner (an American will do) what
his honest ...
|In the second book of Chronicles, it relates how “In the night did God appear to |
Solomon, and said unto him. ... showed great mercy to David his father, and all
that, and wound up by asking wisdom, which the Lord is said to have granted, ...
but with all due respect for his biographers, Sile doesn't believe that the Lord ever
appeared to Solomon, in the night or in .... he had caused the name of each
person to be placw in the wheel (the same old wheel which had always turned
out a grist ...
|Such a menial role offended his own thus far unshaken sense of his abilities and |
the status they deserved. ... Anquetil never wooed opinion; he always expected
his considerable achievements to speak eloquently for him. His aristocratic 'take
it or leave it' attitude did not endear him to a people who rejoiced in the extinction
of the nobility. Why ... The hurts were real, the wounds inflicted on him too often
calculated and the disappointments terribly sharp, but he did not give in to them.
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|'Twas hard to believe him not a traitor, since they fetched with them the dried |
heads of two of our people and sought to embroil Metipom in Philip's quarrel.'' "
He did ... Nay, David, Monapikot deserves your praise and not your dislike. No
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|Fleeing to El Paso, they're stalked by assorted goons, including their wounded ex|
-accomplice Rudy (Michael Mad- sen); ... the comparison may smack of faint
praise, I'm happy to report that she makes a far more compelling Carol than did
Ali MacGraw. ... of macho poses as Doc (he's always fiddling with his sunglasses)
, but he lacks a leading man's effortless authority. ... beat faces bloody, blast
people with twelve- gauge shotguns — they remain essentially decent people
who deserve ...
|she said, in a restless state between distress at caring him and a prm'lumf to hear |
more. ... “'ell, it doesn't seem Ilm'l' true to me that I am fascinating," she replied
evasively. ... apart from their attachment to you : twenty more— the susceptible
person myself possibly among them - will be always draggling after you, ...
admiration you deserve without adding the warning you need, it stands to reason
that my poor_rough-and-ready mixture of praise and blame cannot convey much
|So he is going into farming on a- small scale, and though he admits that he |
doesn't know much about farming. that ... served any notice on the giddy world to
let him alone, His farm is in Westchcster County, whence an active man can get
to town at a ... had a. farm in Vermont; Mr. Winston Churchill is a rural resident of
that same State; the late Mr. Stockton always had a farm .... The committee
recommends “an honest system of advancement by merit,” and, incidentally,
suggests that polo ...