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He who will travel far spares his steed.
Pain is unjust, and all the arguments That cannot soothe it only rouse suspicion.
Some smaller crimes always precede the great crimes.
My only hope lies in my despair.
The faith that acts not, is it truly faith?
The joys of the evil flow away like a torrent.
Vice, like virtue, Grows in small steps, and no true innocence Can
Hippolytus can feel, and feels nothing for me!
Disagreeable suspicions are usually the fruits of a second marriage.
When will the veil be lifted that casts so black a night
The heart that can no longer love passionately must with fury hate.
Ainsi que la vertu, le crime a ses degre s. Crime, like virtue, has its degrees.
To save our imperiled honor everything must be sacrificed, even virtue.
In the doggie dictionary, under “bow wow” it says, “See “arf arf.””
Trust yourselves. Love and be loved.
Our culture peculiarly honors the act of blaming, which it takes as
I think.’ she said, ‘that sometimes we don’t feel the things
As indicated by the increase in maternal mortality in 2010, right now it’s
We all just kinda did everything we thought we were supposed to do and girls
The right response to the non-problem of global warming is to have the courage to do nothing.
My father was frightened of his mother. I was frightened of my