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Wolfgang Mieder, Stewart A. Kingsbury, Kelsie B. Harder - 1992 - 710 pages
|love (v.) 1. He who loves last loves best. Rec. dist.: Utah. 2. He who loves much |
fears much. Rec. dist.: Wis. 3. He who loves well chastises well. Var.: Love well,
whip well. Rec. dist.: Ill., Mich. 1st cit.: US1733Franklin, PRAlmanac. 20c. coll.
|... and so many deformed or defective persons be able to enjoy themselves? for |
they know full well they are not loved nor lovable; perfectly certain it is impossible
to share what they experience, is their joy any the less powerful on that account?
|Follow love and it will flee, flee love and it will follow thee. For love the wolf eats |
the sheep. Gold and love affairs are hard to hide. He loves thee well who makes
thee weep. He loves well who chastises well. He loves well who never forgets.
1785 - 36 pages
|r There are still more people free from interest than envy. Good husbandry is one |
of the best incomes. Old reckonings breed new differences. He who loves well
chastises well. He who faith nothing of other men's affairs hath no trouble. From a
Julian Hawthorne - 2010 - 348 pages
|The piece began well. The principal ... Unfortunately, love got into the party, and |
the mystery was transformed into a drama of cloak and sword. I am sorry for ... But
who loves well, chastises well, and I cannot help pitying him in thinking of all ...
|It is, most of us firmly believe, the best system we have and we love it. But, as is |
said in Latin "Qui bene amat, bene castigat": "Who loves well, chastises well." We
should love democracy enough to identify its shortcomings, with a view to ...
|But he who loves well also chastises well.” Hopeless: absolutely no viciousness |
in the fellow at all. Furthermore, he is constantly let down by a very French
preference for the elaborate and elegant tease over the gross insult. Faced with
|The people who figure in this book typify the lives and aspirations of a large section of Indian society, and their stories present us with the true face of development.|
|Shy would chastise him as well. Shy love all of them she was not going let them |
control her. Shy chastise them went the need it. Shy took all of them in when
know else want them. Shy saw to them graduated from high school. They were
Michael Donnelly, Murray Straus - 2008 - 352 pages
|—Gilbert and Sullivan The object of punishment is prevention from evil; it never |
can be made compulsive to good. —H. Mann He who truly loves will chastise
well. —French proverb Lay Theories Over the past decade there has been a ...