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|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.
|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
|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
|Unique in its attention to the thoughts and feelings of a female protagonist, Jane Eyre was ahead of its time as a proto-feminist text.|
|It steps across the threshold of the mundane life, on the death side of the mortal |
existence, and discloses continuous spirit ... still outlaw from its mercies and its
hopes all who refuse to conform to their utterances or swear by their shibboleths.
... Mot cFOrdre, of October 22nd, 1889, where it appears with the heading "
Bavardage " :— - You may like to shiver a little. ... to what we heard not later than
yesterday from a scientist who does not wish his name known for the present.
One must ...
|val that must elapse before he could put his mighty army into marching order and |
battle array. ... cried Edward, his thoughts in a moment descending from their
pious elevation, and resting upon the affairs of mortals, “ yonder be the steeled ...
fitted to excite profoundest reflection, and suited to evoke from such a spirit as
that of the good Father Blair the most touching utterances. ... Heaven's arch is
clear; the waters dance in the sun's streaming beams; the land is bathed in
|94), seeing astrong man oppress a weak one, cries out, break the strong man's |
arms; but I say, “teach him to use them to better purpose.” Exactly ... they stated
the vital and mortal question before Christendom very clearly, and “capital,”
shrinking therefrom, has to make “its” choice ... If you will not be “taught” you must
be “broken,” says “E.L.G.” But what if he, and those who think with him, in
attempting to break and burn, be broken and burnt themselves, after the fashion
of the attempted ...
|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 ...