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|There are people who laugh to show their fine teeth; and there are those who cry |
to show their good hearts. -Joseph Roux (1834-86), ... If you have friends or
family in the area, ask if they're happy with their dentist, then give him a try. Ask
|5 It opens the lungs, washes the countenance, exercises the eyes, and softens |
down the temper; so cry away. ... 10 There are people who laugh to show their
fine teeth; and there are those who cry to show their good hearts, JOSEPH ROUX
|George Jean Nathan (1882-1958) American critic A good drama critic is one who |
perceives what is happening in the ... Irish poet There are people who laugh to
show their fine teeth; and there are those who cry to show their good hearts.
|There are two things to be considered with regard to any scheme. In the first |
place, “Is it good in itself?” In the second ... There are people who laugh to show
their fine teeth; and there are those who cry to show their good hearts.
|Otway, Thomas Only to have a grief equal to all these tears! - Rich, Adrienne |
There are people who laugh to show their fine teeth; and there are those who cry
to show their good hearts. 2 - Roux, Joseph One weeps not save when one is ...
|He certainly was what we should call Boots at a hotel there, gargon dc peinc, |
which in this connection I must not ... He panted with laughter when he undertook
to carry up almost all our luggage at once, a portmanteau in each hand, one on
his back ... Om', monsieur—Si, signer," he replied, showing all his fine teeth. ...
Franklin's father was a gentleman of the good ... sore heart to-night, even among
these young fellows who are making such a fuss—as if they really rejoiced to
leave their ...
|An auctioneer was busy in crying some goods from his stand, as a drunken wag |
passed by— "I say, VI ister, may I bid what I ... "Then," rejoined the other, "I bid
you a very good morning. ... And there is no applause in this world woiih having
unless it is crowned with our own. ... "Poor girl ! she had fine teeth, and she was
fond ol laughing, that she might show thctn the better. ... Some people are
uncommonly dexterous at portraying the foibles of others, and giving fuller scope
to their own ...
|A Weekly Gazette of Literature and the Fine Arts Samuel Woodworth, George |
Pope Morris, Nathaniel Parker Willis ... The sight is amusing to the enemy of man
; and when the victim feels that his wounds are closing, the devil is there to ... But
why see again the mistress of Massigny? ... In his heart he had not the courage to
remain at home ; he wanted some excuse. ... I can't help loving her," he
exclaimed, grinding his teeth and stamping on the floor, "she rules me, and I am
her slave, ...
|'No, no, nothing, it's gone a bit quiet,' replied Dave as he picked up some pint |
glasses and cleaned them with a bar towel ... 'There's always rumours going
around, especially something like a shooting, and I'll bet you're responsible for
half of them ... Before the event he had gone over the car with a fine-tooth comb
and checked everything except, that is, the fuel levels ... crying and screaming
and throwing herself on the floor, holding her breath because she didn't want her
mum leaving ...