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    Mere verbiage,--it is not worth a carrot!
    Why Socrates or Plato--where's the odds?--
    Once taught a jay to supplicate the Gods,
    And made a Polly-theist of a Parrot!

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Come, let us take a lesson from our forefathers, and enjoy the
Christmas holyday.

Come, let us take a lesson from our forefathers, and enjoy the
Christmas holyday.

by Unknown Found in: General Sayings,
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Vertue now is in herbs and stones and words onely.

Vertue now is in herbs and stones and words onely.

by George Herbert Found in: General Sayings,
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That should be regarded as a loss, which is won at the expense of
our reputation.

That should be regarded as a loss, which is won at the expense of
our reputation.

by Unknown Found in: General Sayings,
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The gallant Sir Robert fought hard to the end,
But who can with fate and quart bumpers contend?
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The gallant Sir Robert fought hard to the end,
But who can with fate and quart bumpers contend?
Though Fate said, a hero should perish ill light;
So up rose bright Phoebus, and down fell the knight.

by John Bunyan Found in: General Sayings,
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The great would have none great and the little all little.

The great would have none great and the little all little.

by George Herbert Found in: General Sayings,
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He that goes softly goes safely.

He that goes softly goes safely.

by Unknown Found in: General Sayings,
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A bad dog never sees the Wolfe.

A bad dog never sees the Wolfe.

by George Herbert Found in: General Sayings,
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All is well with him, who is beloved of his neighbours.

All is well with him, who is beloved of his neighbours.

by George Herbert Found in: General Sayings,
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The more my wrong, the more his spite appears.

The more my wrong, the more his spite appears.

by William Shakespeare Found in: General Sayings,
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