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|Vengeance follows / Scott Lax. pages cm isbn 978-1-938441-41-7 Wives—|
Crimes against—Fiction. 2. ... 2013027892 Gray & Company, Publishers www.
grayco.com Printed in the United States ofAmerica 1 Where vice is vengeance
|1732 Fuller, 5356. 4. Vice ruleth where gold reigneth. 1669: Piditeuphuia, 271. |
1732: Fuller, 5359. 5. Vices are learned without a master. 1666: Torriano, Piazza
(»rv.,312. 1732: Fuller, 5361. 6. Where vice is vengeance follows. 1639: Clarke ...
|However vast the ocean, the diver's dimensions remain unchanged. Vengeance. |
Hot love, hasty vengeance Vice is its own punishment, and sometimes its own
cure Vice is often clothed in virtue's habit Where vice is, vengeance follows ...
|-—When a man's mode of life is contemptible, it follows that his preaching is |
treated with contempt. “ The best mode of instruction is to practise what we ...
Where vice is vengeance follows." “ Gather thistles, expect prickles." See “
|Where two faithful friends meet, God makes up a third. Where two fools meet, the |
bargain goes off. Where vain-glory reigns, folly is prime counsellor. Where vice is,
vengeance follows, 139. Where villany goes before, vengeance follows after.
|Virtue brings good conscience, It never does grow old; Some say it is a jewel |
That can't be bought and sold. Vice is the root of sorrow, As sorrow is of tears; He
that does not well today Will sorrow seven years. Where vice is, vengeance
|Vice can never be too great to be lashed, nor virtue too poor to be commended. |
Fielding. 31. Vice gets more in this vicious world than piety. Beaumont and
Fletcher. 32. Vice hath ... Where vice goes before, vengeance follows after. 47.
|Vice can never be too great to be lashed, not virtue too poor to be commended. |
Fielding. 31. Vice gets more in this vicious. world than piety. Beaumont and
Fletcher. 32. ... Where vice goes before, vengeance follows after. 47. Where 402
|2. Where blood has been spilt the tree of forgetfulness cannot flourish. 3. Where |
vice is, vengeance follows. 4. Neglect will kill an injury sooner that revenge. 5.
The remedy for injuries is not to remember them. 6. Living well is the best
|Where vice is vengeance follows. Raro aniecedentem scelestum deseruit pede |
poena claudo. Horat. Vice ruleth where gold reigneth. Better be unborn than
unbred. Non con quitn naces, sino con auien paces. Hisp. Make a virtue of