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|We do not count a man's years until he has nothing else to count. The sentence is |
complex ; We do not count a man's years is the independent clause ; until he has
nothing else to count, the dependent clause, connected by the subordinate ...
|U.S., Can. 1st cit.: ca1370 Chaucer, Romance of Rose, ed.Skeat (1894); |
US1735Franklin, PRAlmanac. 20c. coll. ... We do not count a man's YEARS until
he has nothing else to count. countenance The countenance is the index of the
|“We do not count a man's years,” said Emerson, “until he has nothing else to |
count.” It is not the years that age us so much as the use we make of them, and
the way we live them. Excesses of any kind are fatal to longevity or the
prolongation of ...
|Peace, love, joy, beauty, happiness, wisdom, goodwill, and understanding are |
qualities that never grow old or die. Ralph Waldo Emerson, poet and philosopher
, said, “We do not count a man's years until he has nothing else to count.
|Peace, love, joy, beauty, happiness, wisdom, good will, and understanding are |
qualities, which never grow old or die. Ralph Waldo Emerson, poet and
philosopher, said, “We do not count a man's years until he has nothing else to
|Virginia Woolf, Diary entry (1932), The Diary of Virginia Woolf, Anne O. Bell, ed., |
1982 In youth we learn; in age we understand. — Maria von Ebner Eschenbach,
Aphorisms, 1905 A man's years should not be counted until he has nothing else ...
|Shall we let every vile person see our commission ? ... We do not require you to |
dissemble with us to be a Catholic man. ... wherein any man is able to convict me
with one jot of the scripture, I shall be content to be counted no Catholic man, or
an heretic, as you please. ... This man is like his fellow Woodman, which the other
day would have nothing else but scripture. ... Well then, I pray you, let us commit
him to the Lollards' Tower, there to remain until he be further examined before the
|"You must remember," he said, "that Dick's life before this happened, and since, |
are two different things. Whatever he did then should not count against him now.
... He wouldn't have known the man's name if he heard it. ... What we have to do
now is to find him, and to tell him that it makes no difference. That he ... "Because,
whether you think it or not, she will resent and hate that as she hates nothing else
|'man must look backward to see it : and, in that retrospect, he has all past ages at |
a view : but the present gives us the slip ... not for us to put on" being good until
such -or such a business is over, for one business draws on another, and we do
as ... It is not enough to philosophize when we have, nothing else to do, but we
must attend wisdom even to the neglect of all ... There is nothing that wecan
properly call our own but our time, and yet every body fools us out of it that has a
mind to it.
|By Mr. Fyshe : Q. Why do you say that in most cases the man has the conviction |
that he is not going to pass the ... A. From five to eight years— until they are 16 or
17 years of age; not in every case, but generally. ... Q. Nothing else? ... A. He
comes to the Quebec office, and looks at the order book or book of instructions, to
see if there are any new instructions, and especially what we call Iho list of duties.