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|Bolingbroke, Henry Some people drink deeply from the fountain of knowledge. |
Others just gargle. - Bright, Grant M. To me the charm of an encyclopedia is that it
knows and I needn't. - Brown, Francis Yeats To know the right means of getting ...
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|You and you alone make me feel that I am alive. Other men it is said have seen angels, but I have seen thee and thou art enough.ndash;George Moore|
|At the very least you will meet some likeminded people and can always deepen |
your knowledge once you've found something you love. Defining. idea... Some
people drink deeply from the fountain of knowledge. Others just gargle. Grant M.
|making positive impressions in other people's minds about you as a potential |
promotee for the future. b) Describe Positive ... to Output • Be Persistent and
Resilient “Some students drink deeply at the fountain of knowledge – others only
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Column Some students drink deeply at the fountain of knowledge -- others only
gargle. This is the time of year when we recall that the Internal Revenue people
|Old-timer: One who remembers when the moon inspired only romance instead of |
space travel. At the Fountain of Knowledge Some students drink deeply at the
fountain of knowledge — others only gargle. Hard to Educate Some drivers show
|Sadly, while some people drink deeply from the fountain of knowledge, others |
pause there only long enough to gargle. Transgender integrity and churchly
integrity Transgender Christians and our allies may strengthen ourselves by ...
|Goethe 'If you would know what nobody knows, read what everybody reads, just |
one year afterwards. ... James Thurber "Some students drink deeply at the
fountain of knowledge — others only gargle." Anon. "The reason why so few
great books are written is that so few people who can write know anything. "
Walter Bagehot ...
|The young men and women tremble with excitement at the prospect of "being on |
their own. ... to produce interesting courses and integrative programs discover
that only a few drink deeply of the fountain of knowledge. Many sip and most only
gargle. ... pitfalls are real, and a cynic might conclude that higher .education is
merely the process of changing blissful ignorance into some other kind of