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|first; but the second both produce a part of the exchangeable value of the work, |
and materially increase its actual quantity. ... I said, and say, partly because the
best work never was, nor ever will be, done for money at all; but chiefly because,
|A person who does business by rule, having a time and place for everything, |
doing his work promptly, will accomplish twice as much and ... half does that, will
have his business at loose ends, and will never know when his day's work is
done, for it never will be done. ... The proprietors had learned a good deal in
Europe regarding hotels, and the landlords were proud of the rigid system which
|Will Hutton. The confusion begins with Keynes's acceptance that not only do |
workers resist cuts in money-wages, but further that it ... As far as labour is
concerned, a fall in money-wages implies a fall in real wages because there can
be no certainty that the price of wage-good will fall by ... relatively to the money
wage, both the aggregate supply of labour willing to work for the current money-
wage and the ...
|A New Deal Portrait of Virginians in the Great Depression Nancy J. Martin-|
Perdue, Charles L. Perdue ... How she raised and fed all them children, I never
will know, cause her husband drank up most he made. And she ... He was a slim
black fellow 'bout nineteen and didn't have no more sense than I did.33 "He
never had done no work then and he ain't never done none since. ... I used to
give Sam money sometimes, but he mostly spent every cent he could lay his
hands on for dram.
|Vars.: (a) Do with all your mind and might. (b) Things done by halves are never |
done right. Rec. dist.: U.S., Can. 1st cit.: ca900 B. C.E.. ... EASY does it. / The
EVILS you do two by two you pay for one by one. / FATHER works from sun to
sun, but mother's work is never done. / Forbid a FOOL a ... NEARLY never did
any good. / To do ... Doctors' faults are covered with earth, and rich men's with
|A nation can never do its best in any direction unless it believes thoroughly in the |
intrinsic value of its work; whatever is done merely through necessity is never of
great national significance, and second-rate men never achieve the highest
things. ... The American merchant works for money in exactly the sense that a
great painter works for money; the high price which is paid for his picture is a very
|Whereas, her father was still working full time to make ends meet. ... You can't! It |
just proved to Hanna that money can't and never will buy you what really matters
—happiness. This could only ever be built from the good things you have done!
|... into the adder. By the time I was done, the design of the Nova was half as many |
chips as all of the other minicomputers from Varian, Digital Equipment Corp., ...
And how good you can build it without errors and bugs and flaws. ... The reason I
did that was because I had no money. ... So, because I could never build one, all I
could do was design them on paper and try to get better and better and better.
|By asking the right questions, you can get a fairly good idea of what type of |
character they are. Accessibility ... Paying Cash Paying with cash gets results.
Telling a ... However, never pay subs for more than the work that has already
|There never was nor never will be a better investment than a good gold mine. It is |
literally making money to work it; but those who invest in cheap, well-advertised
mining stocks are fools." "Of course. Around every successful mine fraudulent ...