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|"Nothing like a little fishing when you're run down," says the Timid Soul. Same he|
-man, suddenly: "By the way, where are you going to fish this summer?" Says the
Timid Soul: "We haven't quite made up our mind. You see, 1 find th' sea air ...
Lee Foster Hartman, Frederick Lewis Allen - 1916
|He told himself he was now going to take the bull by the horns— erhaps the cow |
suggested the figure. Timid soul? Timid soul—nothing! He had at other times
seen Brenda Munroe sitting in the library after class. He would go up to her now
Henry Mills Alden - 1916
|was the lowbreathed comment of the instructor upon this effort. He arose and |
started for the library. He told himself he was now oing to take the bull by the
homs—per aps the cow suggested the figure. Timid soul? Timid soul—nothing!
He had ...
Susan Glaspell, Patricia L. Bryan, Martha C. Carpentier - 2010 - 230 pages
|But the timid soul halts midway in the robust experience of buying a cow for a |
friend. ... Timid soul? Timid soul—nothing! He had at other times seen Brenda
Munroe sitting in the library after class. He would go up to her now and say, “How
|I suppose we all desire the security of the solid tree trunk, but the fruit is out on |
the limb. Nothing ventured, nothing gained. The timid soul asks, “What do I stand
to lose if I do it?” The fruit-bearing Christian asks, “What do I stand to lose if I don't
|Nothing ventured, nothing gained. The timid soul asks, “What do I stand to lose if I |
do it?” The fruit- bearing Christian asks, “What do I stand to lose if I don't do it?”
Real life is lived on the cutting edge. Heavenly Father, help me stand up for what
|At this point we begin to see why the timid soul is a villain. Or, in more ... J. B. |
Phillips, the Anglican rector whogave us sucha special translationofthe New
Testament, disagreed sharply with this line from a familiarhymn: "Oto benothing,
|The cowards are the timid souls who know better; and there are many, but who |
fear the disapproval of the elder pedants. The gulls are the common or garden
variety who never gave birth to an idea; who swallow everything peddled by the
|Preternaturally vast though these underpants were, they did nothing to blunt the |
grim scenes we found upon arrival. What they did ... And they go right ahead and
do it, inoculating their own Timid Souls against fear with astonishing efficiency.
|This idiot from downstate Illinois had the timid soul of a know-nothing and would |
overprice; Jane could tell by looking into her vacant blue eyes. “Seventy for the
box?” Jane had feared a hundred, maybe two, hoped for fifty, and now was so ...
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