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|Becoming a highly effective person is, at heart, being a prepared one. As Miguel |
de Cervantes once wrote, “To be prepared is half the victory.” Preparation is an
effective way to ensure that you are going to be okay no matter what challenges ...
|While I arrived more knowledgeable and better prepared than most new arrivals, |
there were still a lot of surprises that awaited ... known as Don Quixote, wrote in
the 16th century, “Forewarned, forearmed; to be prepared is half the victory.
|Armed with the information contained in the first two sections of this book, you are |
now ready to review various ... We start this section with a chapter appropriately
titled “The Preparation. ... The Preparation To be prepared is half the victory.
|... and such jokers as San- cho Panza — "forewarned is forearmed; to be |
prepared is half the victory." Yes, "be prepared"; flexibility is a virtue. If you can
keep a whole deck up your sleeve, you will surely have a useful card for any
|Half hour before roast is done, pour some dripping into a shallow pan with muffin |
rings. ... DUMPLINGS FOR STEW Beat two eggs very stiff, add half cup milk, half
teaspoon salt, add prepared flour enough to drop, one teaspoon baking powder ...
|Alfred, with his usual diligence, set himself to recruit and reinforce his fleet; as |
knowing it was but half a victory, to have ... at last recruited their fleet, and
reinforced it with a number of gallies, they again prepared to insult the Western
|For example, a poor country that is prepared to field badly trained, half-armed |
and underfed soldiers might appear to have a greater potential than a country of
the same size which insists on training, arming, feeding and clothing its soldiers ...
|42 • SQUANDERED VICTORY of traffic behind the enemy front on the salient's |
southern face. ... out that the sooner the St. Mihiel operation was concluded, the
more time they would have to prepare for future operations. ... Of these, virtually
all were of French manufacture and nearly half would be served by French crews.
|Nietzsche is preparing for two movements of thought: a rejection of public opinion |
as being of any value, and a transvaluation of this particular public opinion. ... that
a victory can have aspects of a defeat; he will say that a victory can be a defeat,
and this is not a dialectical synthesis. ... The second half of the first sentence
suggests that there are writers content to fawn on this public opinion, vying with
|Within half a minute of the collision, half the Malwa sailors were in the water and |
the other half would be within another ... Besides, Eon and his officers were
confident that prepared and ready Axumite marines could overwhelm any Malwa