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|It is not only showing the best side of ourselves, but pretending that our best side |
is a great deal better than it is. ... I believe that the man who persistently appeals
to the best side of his fellows is rarely disappointed ; and that the man who ...
|Unknown, Source A distinguished diplomat could hold his tongue in ten |
languages. - Unknown, Source The man who appeals to the best side of his
fellows is rarely disappointed. - Unknown, Source If you think you have trouble
supporting a ...
|Containing the best popular literature, including memoirs, biography, novels, |
tales, travels, voyages, &c ... charaeter than is usually found in the works of
modern novelists ; nor will this expeetation be in the least disappointed ; and all
... a noble and energetic appeal to the fcelings of his fellow men, who, had he
lived, would doubtless have erowned his brows ... of style, a combination of
interesting and dceply drawn soeries and well portrayed charaeters, that have
rarely bcen equalled.
|... energetic appeal to the feelings of his fellow men, who, had he lived, would |
doubtless have crowned his brows with the laurels ... There are portions of it so
evidently unequal, which the author from his good taste and powerful talent,
would, ... style, a combination of interesting and deeply drawn scenes and well
portrayed characters, that have rarely been equalled. ... The first peep of daylight
was just beginning to streak the sky on the seaward side of the old town of
Inverness, in the ...
|Both champions lowered their weapons at this appeal, the marquis saying aloud : |
“ I declare myselfsatislied; better still, count, ... and do Ravil, with the help of a
handkerchief, bandaged the wounded man's arm ; the hurt, however, was not
serious. ... with a look of smttness and irony : 0 “Although it is not consistent with
good taste to speak of one's generosity, my dear sir, ... With people of his
character it is easy to live, you know; besides, his mistakcs,it seems all go against
himself-a rare ...
|The Nixon administration saves its emotional moments for attacks and |
campaigning, and otherwise rarely seeks to ... It has done good things, has not
justified the worst fears of its critics and would seem entitled to more sympathy
than it gets. ... In social policy, Nixon has fought only for welfare reform and has
not succeeded, in part because he never made clear ... support on the chicken
dinner circuit, should lack that natural attribute of most politicians: an ease with
his fellow man.
|Director Herb Machiz ascribes the anguish of Clift's personal life to his sexuality: “|
The real tragedy in most ... person as sensitive as Monty was having to accept the
tremendous disappointment of never finding a mate worthy of him” (Bosworth 254
). ... homoerotic relationship with his fellow killer in Rope (1948), or in Hudson's
tongue-in-cheek romp as a straight man ... appeal as a leading man, in that his
dazzling good looks and magnetism drew audiences in, yet his fans rarely saw
|Finally one afternoon Dr. Adams was going down to the church and asked his |
little grandson to go with him. ... The little fellow trotted alongside the grandfather
and looked everywhere, and finally said : "Grandfather where is the zeal? ...
Sometimes I have seen, and all of you have seen the appeal made to stand by a
man who has done evil on the ground that he ... we begin in our own homes with
those known to us, with those who feel the least deviation on our part from good
|She could see it all—the quiet determination of the man, the penury of the lean |
years, his unwavering belief in himself, and the disinterested loyalty of the
servant. ... So she stood framed in the doorway, a picture rare indeed to the dark
eyes which sped their frank glances in her direction. ... Rajah eyed it with his
head cocked at one side. ... “Is it a rule, then, that disappointed lovers fly hither,
penniless?” The mockery escaped the purser, who was a good fellow in his
|Ambition may excuse the wretch who glories in the murder of his fellow man, for |
glory may shed a halo around his ... “Then say not woman's false as fair, That like
the bee she ranges; Still seeking flowers more sweet and rare, As fickle fancy
changes. ... no such apology. which the tender passions vibrate; but in such a
cause even the coldest appeal cannot be in vain. ... Disappointment may throw a
"transient gloom over his hopes, and for an hour he may think that human nature
is one ...