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|Some of us are like wheelbarrows, only useful when pushed and easily upset. - |
Herbert, Jack When the leader passes over all alike, not making a distinction,
then the endeavors of those who are capable of exertion are entirely lost.
|Hitopadesa When the leader passes over all alike, not making a distinction, then |
the endeavors of those who are capable of exertion are entirely lost. - Hitopadesa
No one should form an acquaintance with one who has 2 Greatness does not ...
|No, this delay cannot be, it will put all in danger of perishing of thirst if they do not |
reach the next well in such a time ... and the camels loaded, we were obliged to
quit these dear sports, with the hope of meeting another like it in a few days, and
... Tacitus says early marriage makes us immortal. ... and in passing over the
village, wheeled down to the hospitable hut. ... without merit or industry, and may
be lost with out imprudence or fault, where then consists any permanent
|While the whole camp, with Nell, on English meadows Wandered and lost their |
way. “And so, in mountain solitndes o'ertaken As by some spell divine, Their
cares drop from themI like the needles shaken From out the gusty pine. ... He
knows how to turn disadvantage to advantage, to make the best of difficulties,
and has a way of not grumbling over grievances, but ... In these days, it can
hardly know too much of any man who has in any way won distinction, not, I
might say, have its ...
|temporary orators than in our modern poets. ... of Parliament is entirely the |
composition of the Minister, aud that her Majesty has no more personal concern
with it than ... Even if his position did not make him responsible for this
performance, Lord Palmerston's own handling of the same ... This is a specimen
of our modern Ministerial oratory : — The list of those who have gained distinction
in this ... Every subject that passed under his review was bandied with varied and
|The Administration has announced specific changes in procedure and |
organization which might make its measures more just. ..... Scientific activity is the
activity of free men— not of all free men, but of those who have ..... numbers
about 300,000) are, like lawyers, licensed by the states; but there seems to have
been little exertion of this form of governmental power in their direction. ....
Another answer to all these questions may be that the distinctions are less sharp
than we imagine.
|There is little doubt that China's leaders seek big power status, that they want to |
make China industrially and militarily strong, and ... The fact that scientific and
technological developments all over the world are part of a common
development and are .... of course, the peasant lost it as he was pressured first
into joining a cooperative in 1954 and then a collective in 1956. ..... These figures
are for the ex ante budget of 1958, and not for the realized budget of that year, for
which a similar ...
|In evaluating the over-all impact of radiation on man, the great benefits |
associated with peacetime uses of ... Photons are "bullets" of electromagnetic
radiation similar to those of visible light but of much greater energy, travelling with
the speed of light .... There is an equal one in two chance that it will not
disintegrate until more than 28 years have passed. ... Even in an adult animal
many cells continue to multiply in order to make up for cells that are lost in the
course of tissue function.
|Some people have access to more energy than they need, but many do not have |
access to enough. .... Hanging over the whole nuclear question is the popular
impression that radiation is a worse insult than those to which we have .....
Generation of electricity by nuclear fission is capable of meeting all three of these
requirements: abundant supply, low cost ... inch to make steam at around 506 °F.
The steam flows through a turbine driving an electric generator and then passes
to the ...