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|I have heard of parents selling their chil dren to the trade for a few shillings ; my |
mother was indeed ill to do in the world, but though she ... break the back of a
jack-ass. u The master was a hard man with his boys ; he worked ub early and
late, and nothing would satisfy him. ... to see all rightly done, but as it was the
Christ- mas week,* when the trade is always the busiest, he younw scamp's
sulking after all.
|Government is digging a canal from the Niagara river into Lake Ontario, so that |
boats can pass the great falls of the ... the busier seasons, because he knows that
there is always a great number of men in the. market, and he has nothing to do ...
|They are always employed. ... Gentlemen who do not diet their men give 1(M. per |
day from 1st March to 1st November; from 1st November to 1st March, 8d. per day
; farmers give 6rf. per day ... About £14 ; they might earn more but for the number
of holidays, which (as Lady day in harvest) usually fall in the busiest time. ... This
query has nothing to do with my parish; I don't know a solitary case of the kind.
|General recognition of this fact is shown in the proverbial phrase, “It is the busiest |
man who has time to spare.” C. Northcote Parkinson I like to work at nothing all
day. From “Taking Care of ... You can choose what you want to do—you are the
boss of your retirement. The best aspect of retirement is simply this: if you don't
get something done today, there's always tomorrow. I have some friends who are
|The man who loves not graves and coffins and skulls. ... I don't think I ever |
remember to have seen Moulsey Lock, before, with only one boat in it. It is, I
suppose, Boulter's not even excepted, the busiest lock on the river. ... rather a
pretty shade I've been told, and a dark red matches it beautifully; and then I
always think a light-blue necktie goes so ... Yellows don't suit him: there can be
no question about it.
|Men of this class, however crowded with business, are always found capable of |
doing a little more, and you can rely upon them in their busiest season with ten
times more assurance than upon the idle man. Give a busy man five minutes ...
The men who do the greatest things in this world have the genius for hard work,
the most desirable kind of genius. Most persons, to achieve ... The poor man is
hourly beset by temptations which the rich man knows nothing of. Poverty is a
|He rather glided than walked, and when in motion always carried his hands |
behind him beneath the skirts of his coat. ... He had all his eyes about him, or, at
least, the corners of them, and nothing could escape their vigilance ; they were in
quest of prey. ... He was the busiest man in the busy city to which he belonged;
how else could he have done what he did ? ... give a detailed specimen of his
proceedings in the way of foraging; but we must at once declare that we cannot
|“Logan, my friend,” his eyebrows raised, “do you wish our help with your gold?” |
Logan leaned back ... Chan smiled, “Logan, can I assure him that he has nothing
to worry about?” “You can ... Man always feels secure with gold. Yes, Chan was ...
|The ground of the soul is no "thing"; it belongs to no "class" of things, and has |
nothing to do with any kind of "specific difference." Indeed, "it has nothing ... Thus,
for Heidegger, Dasein is the very being of man by which he is always and from
the start related to Being. Dasein is not ... And the busier he becomes the more
|This we must always bear in mind that in the Vedanta there is no attempt at |
reconciling the present life — the ... The Vedanta also says that not only can this
be realised in the depths of forests or caves, but by men in all possible conditions
of life. ... nor following the ordinary vocations of life, but men who, we have every
reason to believe, led the busiest of lives, men ... My wants are as nothing
compared with the demands of Arjuna on the battlefield of Kurukshetra,
commanding a huge ...