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1884 - 1216 pages
|SOCIETY. Reject the society of the vicious. Gresley. Society is the work of nature, |
not man. Jeffrey. Society is no ... Society is divided into two classes — the
shearers and the shorn ; we should always be with the former against the latter.
1917 - 2000 pages
|The state is the association of men, and not men themselves ; the citizen may |
perish, and the man remain. — Montesquieu. Society is the union of ... Society is
divided into two classes: the shearers and the shorn. We should always be with
|Society is now one polished horde, formed of two mighty tribes, the Bores and |
Bored. - Byron, Lord We call it a ... appetite than dinners. - Chamfort, Sebastien-
Roch Nicolas De Society is divided into two classes, the shearers and the shorn.
|Now, of all this class it is sufficient to say that they ignore the great fact that |
Socialism is first and foremost a question of equity. The difference ... As
Talleyrand declared, " Society is divided into two classes, the shearers and the
shorn." Formerly ...
|Society is divided into two classes, the shearer and the shorn. We should always |
be with the former against the latter. Talleyrand. Society is composed of two great
classes : those who have more dinners than appetite, and those who have ...
|CHAPTER VII FACING TALLEYRAND Society is divided into two classes; the |
shearers and the shorn. We should always be with the former against the latter. (
Talleyrand.) To lend money to a belligerent power is to relinquish our neutrality.
|The fact remains that humanity is divided into the two classes —slaves and |
masters — just as clearly as the day, in spite of ... To Tolstoy, then, as to us,
society consists of shearers and sheep — the latter only shepherded in order to
|Society is divided into two classes: the shearers and the shorn; we should always |
be with the former against the latter. — Charles de Talleyrand People can be
divided into two classes: those who go ahead and do something, and those who
|In the statement that human society is divided into two classes, the shearers and |
the shorn, and that millionaires at one end of the scale mean paupers at the other
? Or in the assertion that human beings have now arrived at a stage in their ...
|It is addressed to a young lady just "coming out," and is divided into paragraphs, |
with separate headings in Old ... past into the citizen's garden, and marked a tree
dipt into shape, (The giant's locks had been shorn by the Dalilnh-shears of ....
violin and piano, by Mr. Lindsay Sloper, a composition which may rank with tho
best modern examples of that class. ... The list of our musical societies is now
complete, and ere long, with the two Italian Operas to boot, the season will bo in