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|FRIEND FRIEND FRIEND Everyone's friend is no one's. - Schopenhauer To find |
a friend one must close one eye to keep him. two. Norman Douglas If one of
my friends happens to die, I drive down to St. James's Coffee House, and bring ...
Gyles Brandreth - 2013 - 465 pages
|Jilly Cooper1937 English writer: Angels Rush In (1990) 7 To find a friend one |
must close one eye. To keep himtwo. Norman Douglas 18681952 Scottish-
born novelist and essayist: South Wind (1917) 8 Most of my friends seem either to
Susan Ratcliffe - 2011 - 696 pages
|Samuel Butler 18351902: Notebooks (1912) To find a friend one must close one |
eye. To keep himtwo. Norman Douglas 18681952: South Wind (1917) I have
lost friends, some by death... others through sheer inability to cross the street.
|To find a friend one must close one eye. To keep him. . . two. norMan DougLaS |
untIl we Adopted Scott when Shauna was three, she was an only child. Although
she never seemed to mind being the sole focus of our attention, she was always
Ned Sherrin - 2008 - 536 pages
|6 during an audience with the Pope: I expect you know my friend Evelyn Waugh, |
who, like your holiness, is a Roman Catholic. 7 To find a friend one must close
one eye. To keep himtwo. Paul Scott Goodman: 'I Hate the French' (Bright
|James Fenimore Cooper (American novelist, 1789 − 1851) A friend is one who |
knows us, but loves us anyway. ... Dietrich (German-born American actress and
singer, 1901 − 1992) To find a friend one must close one eye―to keep him, two.
Connie Robertson - 1998 - 669 pages
|DOUGLAS Norman 1868-1952 2980 Ali/ianac To find a friend one must close |
one eye. To keep him - two. 2981 Justice is too good for some people, and not
good enough for the rest. 2982 A man can believe in a considerable deal of
Susan Ratcliffe - 2010 - 574 pages
|William Cowper 17311800 English poet: 'Friendship' (1782) 15 To find a friend |
one must close one eye. To keep himtwo. Norman Douglas 18681952
Scottishborn novelist and essayist: South Wind (1917) Friendships begin with
liking or ...
Allen Klein - 2013 - 188 pages
|Wilson Mizner Are we going to be friends forever? asked Piglet. Even longer, |
Pooh answered. A. A. Milne, Winnie the Pooh To find a friend one must close one
eye to keep him, two. Norman Douglas A true friend is one who overlooks ...
|Digest, Readers The greatest good you can do for another is not just to share |
your riches but to reveal to him his own. - Disraeli, Benjamin To find a friend one
must close one eye -- to keep him, two. - Douglas, Norman Friendship is held to