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|Virtue is a sheet anchor. I Gardner, 29 Ventis secundis. With prosperous gales, v |
Hood, 21 Veritas et virtus vincunt. Truth and virtue conquer. 1 Or- mathwaite, 37
FSritS sans peur. Truth without fear. 1 Middleton, 24 Ver non semper viret.
|I would conquer it, and dwell there ". [The same is repeated for each of the other |
three quarters, and the parts beyond sea]. " It is on this account, great king, that
Bhagava has said, *The world is ever wanting more, is dissatisfied, the slave of ...
|Virtue flourishes from a wound. ........... .. Burnett, Clutton-Brock, Filgate, Foot, ... |
Virtue conquer: difiiculties.. .......... .. Whitbum. Virtus dum patior vincit.. Virtue ...
Collis-Sandes, Sandes. Virtus impendere vero. It i: virtue to be devoted to truth.
|a word tothe wise is sufficient veritas etvirtus vincunt:truth and virtue conquer |
veritas liberabit: truth willliberate veritas nihil veretur nisi abscondi: truth fears
nothing save concealment veritas nimium altercando amittitur: truth is lostthrough
|... Creator Spirit veni, vidi, vici: I came, I saw, I conquered (Julius Caesar's |
message to the Roman Senate, declaring his ... wise veritas: truth (motto of
Harvard University) veritas et virtus vincunt: truth and virtue conquer veritas
liberabit: truth will ...
|Middleton, Owen C. The idea that truth always triumphs over persecution is one |
of those pleasant falsehoods, which most ... History is teeming with instances of
truth put down by persecution. ... Morgan, John Pierpont Truth and virtue conquer
|Better suffer for truth than prosper by falsehood. To withhold truth is to bury gold. . |
All great truths begin as blasphemies. A truth-teller finds all doors closed. . A lie
travels round the world while truth is still tying its shoes. ... Conquer by virtue.
|... of Emergency: The Third World Invasion and Conquest of America (2006).66 In |
their various forms, the organic and individualist strands of conservatism account
for much of the dissonant energy that characterizes American conservatism.
|To conquer worlds, And yet be subject to the will of one, No more, and not so |
much a conquerer ! To conquer Worlds, and be in Rome denied ; O no ! it was not
Caesar ! He, or nought, The first, or last ! or Victory, or Death ! Caesar was
|mark of your Creator's ange> if you impiously persevere in denying the truth." "|
Struck dead, ma'am!" said the trembling Patty Pennington, in a voice almost
paralysed by fear. " Yes, struck dead upon the spot, as a warning to all those who