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|Appetite turns water into wine. J. Richardson. Appetite maketh the food sweet. |
Mencius. Appetite hath a belly, but no ears. Cato. Appetite is deaf to the calls of
health. Frankhum. Reason should direct, and appetite obey. Cicero. A wise man
|2-SirgMSBiLUJ Q sii Q 611 IT (II, (yiiSiS(gnj1lL/Ui 30. Appetite (Hunger) - 242. |
Good digestion wait on appetite, and health on both. - Shakespeare l&(g, &irffi<£l
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|Chesterfield, Lord The madman is not the man who has lost his reason. He is the |
man who has lost everything except his reason. - Chesterton, Gilbert K. Reason
should direct and appetite obey. - Cicero, Marcus T. Let reason govern desire.
|The Result is, that Reason should direct, and Appetite obey. XXIX. Hence, every |
human Action ought to be void of Rashness and Slovenness; nay, we ought to do
nothing for what we cannot give a justifiable Account. For this amounts to ...
|The best seasoning for food is hunger. — Socrates. Reason should direct, and |
appetite obey. — Cicero. Men should be teraperate in eating as well as drinking.
— Dr. Brandreth. V * * IT is important that all the necessary materials should be ...
|Food is also the object ofmajor anxiety, for what and how we eat may be the |
single most important cause of disease and death. ... “Reason should direct and
appetite obey,” Cicero counseled in 44 BCE (Egerton 2 food: the key concepts.
|As to these commentaries, he states that even if Ver- migli had written on the first |
book alone, “it should be published because all ... He sums up, “Reason should
direct and appetite obey” and “virtue is reason completely developed.
|based on trends over the last few decades, that all adults will be obese by the |
year 2230 (Foreyt & Goodrick, 1995). While many assume that this ... As
Cicerosaid,Reason should direct and appetite obey. Obesityisoften takenas a
|Abraham Lincoln Money will buy a good dog, but it won't buy the wag of his tail. |
Josh Billings Half of the work that is done in this world is to make things appear
what they are not. E. R. Beadle Reason should direct, and appetite obey. Cicero
|QuotationsBook.com. Rashness belongs to youth; prudence to old age. - Cicero, |
Marcus T. Let the punishment be proportionate to the offense. - Cicero, Marcus T.
Reason should direct and appetite obey. - Cicero, Marcus T. Let reason govern ...