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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
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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
|But for any king or anybody else as a ruler to set up the claim that the Lord ever |
went around sounding them along diplomatic lines, ... Does any sensible person
believe that the Lord takes any hand in creating wars, or of aiding and abetting
men in killing and ... The Lord is always on the side of right, but he is running no
butcher shop for any particular nation. ... aid to the injured, and the powers
pretend to sympathize with the wounded, yet_continue to make more wounded
|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 ...
|'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
|Fleeing to El Paso, they're stalked by assorted goons, including their wounded ex|
-accomplice Rudy (Michael Mad- ... 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. ... people with twelve- gauge shotguns
— they remain essentially decent people who deserve an old man's blessing as ...
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|"Well, it doesn't seem quite true to me that I am fascinating," she replied evasively|
. ... the susceptible person myself possibly among them — will be always
draggling after you, getting where they may just see you, doing desperate things.
... cool girl's voice; " if you can only fight half as winningly as you can talk, you are
able to make a pleasure of a bayonet wound ! ... you deserve without adding the
warning you need, it stands to reason that my poor rough-and-ready mixture of