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|The second you move out of sight so will the tears! ... Those who are once found |
to be bad are presumed to be so forever. ... Those who are given to wanton ways
will always lead their lives in this manner and nobody ever trusts them to turn ...
|Proverb, English Those who are once found to be bad are presumed so forever. - |
Proverb, Latin The remedy for wrongs is to forget them. - Syrus, Publilius Never
do wrong when people are looking. - Twain, Mark 2 Some people would rather ...
|Proverb, Latin He alone is wise who can accommodate himself to all |
contingencies of life; but the fool contends, and struggling, like a swimmer,
against the stream. - Proverb, Latin Those who are once found to be bad are
presumed so forever.
|the media rarely report on their own inner workings; the Women's Movement is as |
bad as are women in general at taking credit for success; ... Media problems like
those listed above yielded to tactics like these: • Employment ads were sex
segregated until the National ... liberation,” but once we were seen as being
serious about equality per se, a deep cultural assumption took over: sex is so
presumed to ...
|“....but a lot of independent young women like to enjoy themselves, this does not |
make them bad people. ... Wally and I presumed they were the noises of Carole
striking her children, but as we could not see what was going on, we couldn't
exactly be sure.” “So you thought the victim was striking the defendant but you
cannot be sure?” “No. ... We often saw them coming up and down the path and
not long after we moved in, there was a memorable, amusing period, when a
young man in ...
|Their works went with them. ... One of the best of them was that the wave had |
obliterated large chunks of Southern California. It wasn't merely that McClune
didn't think the tsunami was bad. ... and his Savior for mercifully cleaning out the
cesspits that had been Southern California, the purulent home of the so- called
entertainment industry with its sinful vids and VRs, ... To the extent that McClune
thought about those cities at all, he presumed that they must have been pretty
|She was courted by three brave knights at once, but neither of them was to her |
taste; and what made matters more distresssing ... Hildevert, the man of her heart,
was inferior to ber in rank, and she naturally presumed that innumerable
obstacles ... the seeds of the tender sentiments which bad afterwards taken so
deep a root there: nor could she, at the same time, ... the three knights came
regularly to woo this lady, she resolved to get rid of these importunate suitors at
once, and forever.
|The narrow streets of Massilia, almost empty by daylight, were even more |
deserted after dark. “Martial law,” Domitius explained. “A strict curfew. Only those
on state business can be abroad after nightfall. Anyone else is presumed to be
up to no ...
|and shown bow, to a great extent, his genius, so to speak, appropriated nutriment |
from the most extraordinary and exceptional ... I, in spirit, rose as if on billows that
also ran up the shaft forever, and the billows seemed to pursue the throne of God;
but that ... These experiences — as well as the stranger ones which followed
whin he soon after found himself in London, ... about which philosophers bad
disputed for so many ages, at once discovered; happiness might now be bought
for a ...
|And the big question there is, Will the expansion continue forever or will it |
eventually stop and recontract? ... What's so bad about that? ... cartoon where it
says, “The End.” Obviously if it said, “The End,” you would ask what happens after
that. ... As to whether or not our futures are determined by this expansion, it's
important that we behave on the presumption that ... be addressed in those terms
and I don't want to give the impression that I believe that everything should be
answered in ...