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Heidi Gerard Kaduson, Charles E. Schaefer - 2010 - 470 pages
|He went to the barber and he couldn't teach him because he did not know how to |
swim. ... It has been said that "You can tell more about a person by what he says
about others, than you can by what others say about him" (Gregory 1990, p. 89).
|—ANDRÉ MALRAUX Men show their character in nothing more clearly than by |
what they think laughable. ... —OVID You can tell more about a person by what
he says about others than you can by what others say about him. —LEO AIKMAN
|Just to see how it feels, refrain from saying anything bad about anybody or |
anything for the next twenty-four hours. ... 18:21). You can tell more about a
person by what he says about others than you can by what others say about him.
Out of the ...
|Someone genuinely secure in his or her abilities has no need to brag, the elder |
Smith held. Smith comments ... One of them was: “You can tell more about a
person from what he says about others than what others say about him.” Another
|... everyone and you have a formula for failure The grass always looks greener |
on the other side There is no education ... it You can tell more about a person by
what he says about others, than you can by what others say about him You get a
|He says, " It is not that; he is a connection, and I can't do more " than that ; " and I |
says, " Thank you for that," and I left him, and never saw ... I do not know a person
named Field at all, not to my recollection ; if you can tell me where he lives, or
anything of that sort, I may bring it to mind. ... I did not offer him anything ; I said
we would do as much as the others. ... Do you know a person named Arthur
|I never paid any other money to anybody at any other time. ... When he was in the |
box he denied that, and said that it was for services rendered about the
Commission ; have you any recollection of that ? ... You have been rather
deceived then ? — Yes. 29.326. Tell me this. Did you never hear any suggestion
of bribery at the 1874 ... I never gave him a hat. ... (The Chief Commissioner.) I
will tell you what he said. He is asked, " Did you see Alderman «« Bailey that day
? " He says, " Yes.
|If he speaks to you alone, as a few times each year you force him to, explaining |
something that is annoyingly unclear, you share three or four intimate, surprising
minutes that bring you closer to him than you ever thought possible. Then ...
Someone might say of him, as former Packers great Henry Jordan once said of
Lombardi, “He treats us all the ... He sees an inextricable link between the
months and games of a season—“You can't turn it off and on,” he says, as other
|If he says yes, then his attention should be drawn to you as a person who has |
recovered. You should be described to him as one of a fellowship who, as part of
their own recovery, try to help others and who will be glad to talk to him if he
cares to see you. ... Neither should the family hysterically plead with him to do
anything, nor should they tell him much about you. ... He may be more receptive
when depressed. ... you quit. But say nothing, for the moment, of how that was
|It gives him hope that the nextthingoutof her mouth will be specific. “What?” he |
asks. She says, “I would love you to ... She can tell! It clicks. She gets gorgeous
flowers on her birthday. She is so happy. Her women friends are livid. “You had
to ... When she debriefs him on this incident, she may say, “What were you
thinking for two years when I said I loved flowers? ... Crying or other emotional
displays in a negotiation can be more distracting than a low-cut dress, and an
outburst can be ...