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|He is always dying who lives a lingering life. 45. ./Egroto, dum anima est, spes |
ease dicitur. Prov. ap. Cic. Att. 9, 10, 3. — While there's life in the sick there's
hope, as the saying is. "While there is life, there is hope, he cried." Gay, Fables (
|29) and by Diogenes Laertius to Aristotle, who, when asked what hope is, |
answered, "The dream of a waking man. ... Another ancient thought is echoed by
Gay : While there's life there's hope, he cried, The Sick Man and the A ngel ;
which is ...
|Dry those tender Eyes, for while there's Life t ere's Hope. L. Sad. Ha! is't he? but! |
must smother my Confusion! * Will. How now, Sir! Pray who gave you Commis-_
lion to be so familiar with my Daughter P At. Your Pardon, Sir ; but when you ...
|Inter ATALL undz'sguiseaL At. My Sylvia, dry those tender eyes; for while there's |
life there's hope. L. Sad. Ha! is't he t but I must smother my confusion. _ [AsideWilf
. How now, sirl pray, who gave you commission to be so familiar with my ...
|210 Hope 12 An honest man's the noblest work of God. ... better may constrain |
one's freedom of action; English proverb, late 16th century Hope deferred makes
the heart sick. implying that it is ... disappointing when achieved; English proverb,
late 19th century, from Stevenson: see TRAVEL 36 While there's life there's hope.
|He that loseth hope may part with anything. While there's life there's hope. The |
miserable hath no other medicine But only hope. Hope ! of all ills that men
endure The only cheap and universal cure ! * * * * " Is there no hope ? " the sick
man said ...
|Christian Scientists might paraphrase the saying, "While there's life there's hope," |
by saying, "While there is the true ... disease or sickness are hopeless or that
some person has degenerated beyond hope of salvation ; but sickness and sin
|At. My Sylvia / dry those tender Eyes, for while there's Life there's Hope. Lady Sad|
. Ha! ist he ? but I must fmother my Confufion ! h/ ill. How, now, Sir ! Pray who
gave you Commisfion to be so familiar with my Daughter ? At Your Pardon, Sir;
|She had never heard of it before in all her life. The sound was utterly unfamiliar. |
Whoever he was, he seemed to lead a roving life, going from Rome to Paris, and
from Paris to London, and promising to come ... Miss Wyverne," said the doctor,
sadly, " while there's life, there's hope. ... He is coming — " A groan ended this,
but the sick man went on murmuring, in a sing-song way, like some horrible chant
, the ...