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|Anita Brookner There are few nudities so shocking as the naked truth. Agnes |
Repplier How awful to reflect that what people say of us is true. Logan Pearsall
Smith Too much truth is uncouth. Franklin P. Adams The truth is often a terrible ...
|Too much truth is uncouth. - Adams, Franklin P. The truth is often a terrible |
weapon of aggression. It is possible to lie, and even to murder, for the truth. -
Adler, Alfred If ever we hear a case of lying, we must look for a severe parents. A
lie would ...
|Truth see also LIES The truth is rarely pure, and never simple. Oscar Wilde 1 Too |
much truth Is uncouth. Franklin P. Adams 1881–1960 American journalist and
humorist: Nods and Becks (1944) 2 'Tis strange—but true; for truth is always ...
|FRANÇOIS LA ROCHEFOUCAULD, Duc DE, (1613-1680) French writer, satirist. |
Sentences et Maximes Morales, no. 84 (1678). Truth 1 Too much Truth Is uncouth
. FRANKIN PIERCE ADAMS, (1881-1960) U.S. journalist, humorist. "From the ...
|Just as Instructional League offered 'pure' teaching opportunities, so too did the |
Rookie Orientation Program. Because these young players began ... Some wit
once said that too much truth is uncouth. I was close, I'm sure. I continued: “The ...
|Well, that's too much of a jargon to me, no? Of course, he's translating the sounds|
. 'Maeg ic be me sylfum sothgied wrecan, / Sithas secgan / — 'May I for my sake
song's truth reckon,' — 'sothgied wrecan. ... And then 'sithas secgan' — 'tell of my
travels' — he translates 'journey's jargon,' which is rather uncouth, at least to me ...
|... And could, with nice precision, reach The boldest metaphors of speech ; Yet |
warp'd too much, in truth'* defiance, ... Genius had got, to fay the truth, A manner
awkward and uncouth ; , Sure fate of all who lnve to dwell In wisdom's solitary cell
|... reach The holdeft metaphors of fpecchj Yet warp'd too much, in truth's defiance, |
From real to fictitious fcience, He was, ... to fay the truth, A manner awkward and
uncouth ; Sure fate of all who love to dwell In wifdnm's folitary cell : So much a ...
|... nation, And could, with nice precifion, reach The boldeit mctaphors of specch; |
Yet warp'd too much, in truth's defiance, ... fnv the truth, A manner awkward and
uncouth; Sure tare r-f all who love to dwell In witLl,oui's tie-litary cell: , do much a