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|Patricia Steele. “Rather fail with honor than succeed by fraud —Sophocles. |
Chapter. 44. *. **. **. The. Multnomah Athletic Club, commonly known as the MAC
club, is situated in S.W. Portland near Larkspur's offices. Its elite membership had
|It is better to deserve honors and not have them than to have them and not |
deserve them. Mark Twain You cannot do wrong without suffering wrong. Ralph
Waldo Emerson Rather fail with honor than succeed by fraud. Working together
|“Rather fail with honor than succeed by fraud.” Sophocles Greek Philosopher “Try |
not to become a man of success but rather to become a man of value.” Albert
Einstein Physicist “Always bear in mind that your own resolution to succeed is ...
|Honor. Rather fail with honor than succeed by fraud. —Sophocles. I. don't think |
you can live SayYes to Your Spirit without being concerned for personal honor.
What is honor? Well,it's not about being perfect,but it is about wanting to be good.
|Rather fail with honor than succeed by fraud. —Sophocles (496–406 B.C.) After |
studying this chapter, you should be able to: ▫ Identify specific types of fraud
against the individual that, left unchecked, increase the probability of a loyal
|SECTION FIVE; — FINALE — Exercise of the characteristics of a warrior's life |
amounts to a life of honor. ... There used to be a time when men would fight and
die for honor. ... “Rather fail with honor than succeed by fraud (Sophocles).” A
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|True or False: The most common reason fraud cases don't go to court is because |
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|CHAPTER. TEN. Rather fail with honor than succeed by fraud. -- Sophocles. One. |
Month. After. The. Deal. Chuck. Bradley stepped out of his late-model GMC
Yukon, and handed the worn keys to the valet at the Intercontinental Hotel.
|The U.S. Corps of Cadets' Honor Code: A cadet will not lie, cheat, or steal, nor |
tolerate those who do. A person who is fundamentally honest doesn't ... Rather
fail with honor than succeed by fraud. —Sophocles He has so much respect for
|"Rather fail with honor than succeed by fraud." —SOPHOCLES Honor and trust |
are the lifeblood of repeat business. To serve well is to enter into a covenant with
customers — one that promises that the customers' best interests will be taken to