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|Unknown, Source In order to change, we must be sick and tired of being sick and |
tired. - Unknown, Source ... Unknown, Source The higher character a person
supports the more they should regard their smallest actions. - Unknown, Source It
|The test of any man's character is how he takes praise. - Unknown, Source The |
higher character a person supports the more they should regard their smallest
actions. - Unknown, Source It is better for the development of character and ...
Aristotle, Robert William Browne - 1889 - 347 pages
|After the first few encounters in this adventure, the player characters should |
regard at least some of the gamemaster characters ... The encounters described
below are intended to help the characters act more heroic by giving them
personal motives for ... or winning magical treasures, because they form a bond
between the characters and the people they fight beside. ... these tests once each
day, and the player should also roleplay the comfort and support his character
|pcct people to believe that we are in earnest in great points, when they see that |
we cannot withstand a trivial ... that in that visit he had been found equal to his
reputation, and had supported in private conversation his high character as an
author; ... It is easy to maintain a regard to our dignity in a ' Symposiack, or an
academical dinner ;' but to labour to maintain it in the recesses of domestic
privacy requires more watchfulness, and is no less the duty, than it will be the
habitual practice, ...
|ance with their habits, concur in proving, that their movements are not easy or |
agile, unless they employ all their limbs for ... is carried to its highest degree of
perfection in Man, in whom the whole anterior extremity is free, and can be
employed in ... they are destitute of the power of performing many of those
actions which we regard as most characteristic of the hand. ... such as the small
branches of trees, &c, the extremities of the Quadrumana can neither seize very
minute objects with ...
|The Christian In lhe workl, anxious to improve his scanty leisure, will rescue faom |
mere diversion those hours which cannot prudently be ... To a man thus
circumstanced, the Sunday is felt to be indeed a blessing ; to him it is
emphatically ' delight. ... be would be grateful for its institution : but to him the day
comes fraught with benefits and blessings of a still higher kind. ... what but the
preference of character to duty — in Support, too, of a rotten part of it — is it, that
the wretched system of ...
|This had been brought before his notice more particularly since he had acted as |
Divisional Secretary for what he ... gather the opinion of his brother chemists, they
recognised that in the small towns the pharmacist was a public necessity, but, ...
He would like to make an appeil to the chemists throughout the country with
regard to these stamped medicines and the ... the best thing they could do was
not to lend themselves to the advantage of patent medicine proprietors, the
character of ...
|Do they record his giving of sight to the blind, restoring the lame, feeding many |
thousands with a few loaves and fishes ... of Christ, they mention by name only
the high-priest Caiaphas, and his coadjutor Annas, the Roman procurator Pilate,
and ... written what struck him the most forcibly, and what seemed the most
proper to make us acquainted with the character ... Without the smallest prejudice
or partiality, and with the strictest regard to truth, they will give you the
circumstances of the ...
|Yet, in spite ofthis, these creeds have assisted greatly in making man unjust and |
cruelhave led him to regard his ... Because they have been made to assimilate in
all ages with the charactor and the pursuits of the party possessing the most
power. ... have all been departed from, in the administrations of these laws. have
not on this account withheld their support. ... his own character; and, as 'such,
responsible for his thoughts, opinions, and habits; and, to the extent his actions