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|YOU YOU " You must be in the fashion," is the utterance of weak-headed mortals. |
Spurgeon. You must begin at a low round of the ladder if you mean to get on.
George Eliot. You must confine yourself within the modest limits of order. Twelfth
|So long as the world lasts fashion will lead it by the nose. c$ow4.e*. Fashion's |
ridiculous modes are invented by ignorance and adopted by folly. <Q^^^S^f You
must be in fashion, is the utterance of weak headed mortals. ^^.if>aevn. Nobody ...
|Economy must be strictly practised when a business is in peril; for the greatest |
pinching will be better than losing the chance of a livelihood. Cultivate ... “You
must be in the fashion” is the utterance of weak-headed mortals. Better poverty
|Shakespeare, William Fashions, after all, are only induced epidemics. - Shaw, |
George Bernard He who goes against the fashion is himself its slave. - Smith,
Logan Pearsall You must be in fashion is the utterance of weak headed mortals.
|Spurgeon, Charles Haddon You must be in fashion is the utterance of weak |
headed mortals. - Spurgeon, Charles Haddon Friendship is one of the sweetest
joys of life. Many might have failed beneath the bitterness of their trial had they
|And had your start to make in the world, would you take up the manufacture of |
steel?1' was asked of Andrew Carnegie by a ... The above Is the advice of a
successful, practical, hard-headed business man, who, irom a most humble
beginning, by his ... important matters, we should endeavor to gain all the
information obtainable upon the subject under consideration. It Is as true in
finance as It Is in philosophy, or In any subject of mortal thought, that the general
tendency of weak human ...
|Now, it was inevitable that this organization should fall into many blunders and |
commit many crimes. The men who ... In New England if you injure a man, or he.
fancies that you injure him, he is patient, cool-headed, conservative. He does not
|Scorning her own weak- This question, owing to the depth of shadow ocneath I |
ncss, she wmt forth and perceived that a man-servant ... But the gate of the grave'
rom youth to extreme age, and was known by all the yard should be thrown open
2” hwn as the “Old ... She passed up the steps, leaning on a gold-headed cane;
the glittered on the embroidery of her dress, and gleamed on e pillars of the
porch. ... But such a hideous grin," added he, " was never seen on the face of