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|Socrates I was afraid that by observing objects with my eyes and trying to |
comprehend them with each of my other senses I might blind my soul altogether.
- Socrates Slanderers do not hurt me because they do not hit me. - Socrates
Beauty is a ...
|Slanderers do not hurt me, because they do not hit me. — Soerates. Life would |
be a perpetual flea-hunt if a man were obliged to run down all the innuendoes,
inveracities, insinuations, and suspicions which are uttered against him. —
|Bellel'. If slander be a snake, it is a winged one. It (lies as well as creeps.— |
Douglas Jerrold. The slander of some people is as great a recommendation as
the praise of others—Fielding. Slanderers do not hurt me, because they do not hit
|We have always been taught that no woman can be made a Mason. ... |
Slanderers do not hurt me, because they cannot hit me," said Socrates; and the
half a million of Masons in the United States are not likely to be put in deadly fear
of the ...
|Strve a sefior, v sabras que es dolor— Serve a great lord, and you will know what |
sorrow is. Sp. Pr. 5 Siste, viator — Stop, traveller. ... Slanderers do not hurt me,
because they do not hit me. Socrates. Slave or free is settled in heaven for a man.
|Certain I am, that Christian Religion does no where allow Rebellion How can a |
Man respect his Wife when he has a contemptible opinion of her and her Sex? ...
how well organized our doctrines in life are they always carry some risk If you
deeply want to know God you will find a way ... is to underemployed A slanderer
does not hurt me because he does not hit me To teach someone something is not
|"SLANDER" 'T' HE slanderer is well represented as a * serpent with a |
characteristic human head, striking with an arrow tipped tongue into the ...
Socrates said " Slanders do not hurt me for they do not hit me, " but ... Stone Shed
Gossip By Smiles " It is wrong for the Wrights to get sore just because another
|Proverb, Danish Be thou as chaste as ice, as pure as snow, thou shalt not escape |
calumny. - Shakespeare, William Slanderers do not hurt me because they do not
hit me. - Socrates I will make a bargain with the Republicans. If they will stop ...
|_ But there is some pride which a Christian man will entertain, and almost think it |
is humility. ... Yet how many there are because they have received more from
God than others—that is they are greater debtors than ... Ay, we may say of the
slanderer, “ Man, you have not hit it, you have not found out my fault ; if you knew
me better you could ... false I have been to my Lord, and how unbelieving, you
might have exposed me, and hit me in a sore place, and smitten me under the
|journey, (because cider of a good quality could not be obtained at the taverns,) |
my nose bleeding ceased, & with it ... you should hurt me. I do not see any good it
would do me to put a bullet through your body — I could not make any use of you,
when dead; but I could ... it more sensible to avoid, than to put myself in the way
of harm; I am under great apprehension that you might hit me. .... The slanderer
— who tellji talcs for the sake of giving his enemy an opportunity to prove him a