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|Woman: As Ovid says, the sharp thorn often produces delicate roses. By the way I|
've got an MBA at Harvard. Man: You're a know-it-all, so it's out of the question to
touch you. But I'm not gonna daydream cutting you out of my life. As a Chinese ...
|“The sharp thorn often produces delicate roses.” --Ovid There was some |
grumbling among the passengers as we stood in mild sunlight outside of the
small Kauai airport and waited for our plane. The discontent, I knew, was not
because our ...
|The sharp thorn often produces delicate roses. Time is generally the best doctor. |
If you want to be loved, be lovable. The lamp burns bright when wick and oil are
clean. All things can corrupt when minds are prone to evil. Section One ...
|-Ovid The sharp thorn often produces delicate roses. -Ovid Forbear to lay the guilt |
of a few on the many. -Ovid Habits change into character. -Ovid Like fragile ice
anger passes away in time. Why should I go into details, we have nothing that 3.
|... no finish line. Worry is interest paid on trouble before it falls due. The sharp |
thorn often produces the delicate rose. Nothing ever goes away. When
compelled to cook, I produce. Rick B. Baker, Jr. 65.
|Horatio Alger The sharp thorn often produces delicate roses. — Ovid My folks |
didn't come over on the Mayflower, but they were there to meet the boat. — Will
Rogers Genealogist: one who traces back your family as far as your money will
|- Oates, Joyce Carol The person who has nothing to brag about but their |
ancestors is like a potato; the best part of them is underground. - Overbore, Sir
Thomas The sharp thorn often produces delicate roses. -Ovid Hereditary honors
are a ...
|DON'T COMPLAIN OF THE THORNS FOR THE THORNS HAVE THEIR PURPOSE. THESE THORNS ARE OFTEN SHARP, RELATING TO THORNY PROBLEMS. THINGS THAT HURTS THESE ARE UNAVOIDABLE CONSEQUENCES OF SIN, AND WE ALL HAVE TO DEAL WITH THEM.|
|As one critic says, “Like the great German, Heine, Zangwill conceals under the |
rose leaves of his idyllic verse the sharp thorns of ironic allusion. There is ever
lurking under his sentiment a sarcasm—delicate as a petal, but as perceptible as
the pea to the princess through all the sixteen mattresses. ... He hath, in brief, a “
pretty wit,” though it often proves a sharp one. ... of questionable situation, has
Arthur Pinero a distinct tendency for producing a suggestiveness that quickens
Iris * *“II-II.
|The Hawthorn, or the "May-tree," as it is often called, has been from time |
immemorial identified with the floral games of the ... It belongs to the pome-
bearing division of the great Rose family, and forms a small tree ot very elegant
liabit, the branches spreading or often pendulous, furnished with long sharp
spines, and glossy leaves, broaaish, and generally tapered ... thorns, with their
stunted members, as sometimes met with on the mountain waste : — There U a
thorn: (t looks so old, ...