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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 ...
|-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.
|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 noble ...
|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
|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.
|of the queer thing that is so pleasant in itself, and yet, as I 'm told, takes its name |
from “thorn,” which in Malayan is called dmy. ... Its delicate yet pungent flavor is
almost indescribable. ... It is twelve years since I bought my last durion in the
bazar in Rangoon, Burmah, but its remembrance makes my mouth water as I
write. ... It is needless to say that this brother did not like durions. l have often tried
to detect the disagreeable odor, but in vain: yet I once saw a party of ... Rose
|widely spread and most unhappy struggle, when the very roses which should |
have twined lovingly in the chaplets of beauty, bloomed only as the badges of
party and bristled with the sharp thorns of war. ... Efforts have too often been
directed to difficult complications rather than to produce ... of what a painter calls
breadth or repose, which is only attainable by great simplicity, by flat or diapered
treatment of small forms, by subdued contrasts of light and dark and delicate tints
|Put haply thou may'st miss the thorns of its slowly closing day. ... Such |
attachments, if not arrestec in their course, often"produce a shipwreck of the
affections — 4nd if they are consummatec in marriage, commonly result in ...
dearly — and loved her the more, for that the rose was fading from her cheek,
and her lips seldom smiled as was their custom in former times. ... A little time,
and the sharp winds of an unusual cold spring sent (the physician said) poor
Rachel Morrison to her grave.