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  • Friendship (redirect Friend)
    Respect : Benefit from the Most Forgotten Element of Success (2009) by Deborah Norville, p. 65 Give me one friend, just one, who meets The needs of
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  • an Enemy into a Friend; but thou may'st a Friend into an Enemy. Benjamin Franklin, Poor Richard's Almanack (1739). Who judges best of a Man, his Enemies
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  • who writes under the name R. A. Salvatore, is a fantasy author best known for his Forgotten Realms novels and The DemonWars Saga. The Crystal Shard is
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  • everywhere. As quoted in The Power of Respect : Benefit from the Most Forgotten Element of Success (2009) by Deborah Norville, p. 65 The usual
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  • Duke of Florence, in Apothegms by Francis Bacon, No. 206 Alas! if my best Friend, who laid down His life for me, were to remember all the instances in
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  • Money and goods are certainly the best of references. Bk. I, Ch. 4 Professionally he declines and falls, and as a friend he drops into poetry. Bk. I, Ch
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  • Writers, 1895, p. 408. My friend, picture to yourself this — a human spirit shut up with the companionship of its forgotten and dead transgressions! There
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  • Dialogue II. And the best and the worst of this is That neither is most to blame, If you have forgotten my kisses And I have forgotten your name. Algernon
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  • thinner the book, the thicker the person. The things we remember best are those better forgotten. The thing our parents' generation doesn't get, is that if
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  • explained you who we are, The Forgotten Network? Tyler: Judge said you are a victim's rights group and that I'm your best friend for the next 200 hours. Lindsay:
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  • Practical Quotations · See also · External links A good book is a good friend. It will talk to you when you want it to talk, and it will keep still when
    55 KB (8,799 words) - 15:07, 8 August 2016
  • late reading have I been on the point of breaking out, "This would be the best of all possible worlds, if there were no religion in it!!!" But in this exclamation
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  • you do today may be forgotten tomorrow. Do good anyway. Give the world the best you have and it may never be enough. Give your best anyway. For you see
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  • insignificant planet of a hum-drum star lost in a galaxy tucked away in some forgotten corner of a universe in which there are far more galaxies than people
    20 KB (1,443 words) - 20:09, 19 December 2015
  • The opinion is widely prevalent that even if the subjects are totally forgotten, a valuable mental discipline is acquired by the efforts made to master
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  • Man. If any man flatters me, I'll flatter him again; tho' he were my best Friend. Wish a miser long life, and you wish him no good. None but the well-bred
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  • those moments when we suddenly recall a dream that we’ve unaccountably forgotten, and back in a flood comes all the emotion we felt in our sleep. It was
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  • then, clear-eyed and laughing, go to greet Death as a friend! Rupert Brooke, Second Best, as reported in Hoyt's New Cyclopedia Of Practical Quotations
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  • for I'll have a suit of sables. Oh heavens! die two months ago, and not forgotten yet? Then there's hope a great man's memory may outlive his life half
    21 KB (3,302 words) - 12:17, 3 February 2016
  • are too loud for words and too shy for the world. Dejan Stojanovic in “Forgotten Home” There was all the world and his wife. Jonathan Swift, Polite Conversation
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