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" Some are good humoured without compliment ; others have all the formalities of complaisance, but no good humour. We ought to know that one man may be vicious and learned, while another has virtue without learning. That many a man thinks admirably well,... "
Logick: Cr, The Right Use of Reason in the Enquiry After Truth. With a ... - Page 186
by Isaac Watts - 1736 - 365 pages
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Elements of English Grammar

William Franklin Webster, Alice Woodworth Cooley - English language - 1904 - 223 pages
...covetous, pretty, open, severe, just. EXERCISE. CONSTRUCTION OF ADJECTIVES. 168. (a) Many a man thinks well who has a poor utterance; while others have a charming manner, but their thoughts are trifling. (b) The tender flowers, weary and faded, drooped under the burning...
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Human Engineering: A Reference Book on the Dynamic Mind Fundamentals ...

Richard H. Mulliner - Success - 1920 - 367 pages
...Terence. I take it to be a principal rule of life, not to be too much addicted to anything. — Terence. Many a man thinks admirably well, who has a poor utterance; while others have charming manner of speech, but their thoughts are trifling. — Dr. I. Watts. Youth is a blunder; manhood,...
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