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There's wonderful wisdom in that , " said Bob , " but indeed my Uncle were a wonderful man , though I says it . Why , listen here ! " and he went on with the ink - scriptions , ' while the whole fok's'le seemed im- pressed : - " READING ...
There's wonderful wisdom in that,” said Bob, “but indeed my Uncle were a wonderful man, though I says it. Why, listen here!” and he went on with the 'ink-scriptions, while the whole fok's'le seemed im. pressed:— “'READiNG iS TO The MIND ...
Author: Various authors
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
The 1872 Nautical Magazine combines reports on science and technology, popular literature, and comment on political, legal and commercial matters.
He does it all with an unassuming, world-worn voice and the straight-backed discipline of someone who has served-and continues to serve-others.In this collection of poems, he meets indignities with dignity and discouragement with gentle ...
Author: Ted Peterson
Publisher: Independently Published
Ted Peterson is a sailor. He is a father and a friend, a husband and a romantic, a guitar player and a songwriter, and so much more. Among those close to him, he even bears the affectionate nickname "Uncle Wisdom." There is plenty of wisdom in these pages. There is just as much not knowing too, and that's the part that moves me most. Through his eyes we glimpse the incomprehensible toll of war, from the various calls of duty to the late-night calls from Veterans in trouble. He takes us from wry barstool laughter to fighting back tears, from the immeasurable tragedy of a military family's loss to the startling beauty of human kindness or God's creation. He does it all with an unassuming, world-worn voice and the straight-backed discipline of someone who has served-and continues to serve-others.In this collection of poems, he meets indignities with dignity and discouragement with gentle courage. He reminds us that no person is their label, and no label defines a person.- Rob Seals - songwriter, producer - Co-Founder & Director, The Songwriting School of Los Angeles
“We'll no doubt have to educate them about church polity.” “No, dhat's not what I mean,” Uncle Ed sought to further explain. “I mean dhat you has to brainwash dhem...tek control o' they minds...mek dhem t'ink how you wants dhem to t'ink ...
Author: Raymond Gordon
Continuing the epic story of the struggle between poor and rich as told in the first volume of The Ecclesiastical Chronicles, Raymond Gordon’s new novel, The Society, returns to the polished pews of St. Patrick’s Church in the village of Abersthwaithe on the small island of Ischalton. Following the scandalous inability of the Board of Advisers to the Vestry to honor their financial commitment to build a new, “improved” church in nearby Brewster’s Village, the Bishop has made the group defunct. Even so, the members who formed the board, along with their newly recruited henchmen, continue their surreptitious plan to eradicate the “stench of serfdom” from St. Patrick’s Church. Personal conflicts, the quest for acceptance, concupiscence, the struggle for control, and “civil war” among the peasants once again cast their dark, sinister shadows over the church, thus proving that although pious humans may have a greater proclivity to moral rectitude, they nevertheless possess an innate and ironic propensity to degeneracy. The Ecclesiastical Chronicles offers a profound and sobering look at how hypocrisy and self-righteousness can destroy the foundation of Christ’s work, resulting in misery for all.
Author: The Old Farmer's Almanac, EditorsPublish On: 2003-10-03
I P Ink Blot Jottings RINTERS IN Ben Franklin's day used a variety of inks , depending on the printing job and the season . ... -Lord Byron MARCH 20 1852 HARRIET BEECHER STOWE'S Uncle Tom's Cabin was published in book form .
Author: The Old Farmer's Almanac, Editors
Publisher: Yankee Books
Ben Is Back! Ben Franklin's inventiveness made him the greatest American genius of them all. Now, the spirit of Ben meets the challenges of 21st-century living in Ben Franklin's Almanac of Wit, Wisdom, and Practical Advice. With the 1,538 tips in this amazing book, you'll be able to do everything smarter, better, and cheaper-- just like Ben himself! Try these for starters. * Keep eggs fresh twice as long by keeping them in their carton-- not in the refrigerator egg holder-- and stashing them in the lowest part of the fridge. * Make your panty hose last five times longer with a saltwater soak. * Grow your best garden ever-- with toilet paper! * Get your PC screen and keyboard spotless with a used fabric-softener sheet. * Keep ice cream cones from dripping-- even on the hottest days-- by dropping a marshmallow into the bottom of the cone before adding ice cream. * Rub off rust spots on your car's chrome with aluminum foil. * Rid your pets of fleas by adding a tablespoon of vinegar to their food. * Make your plastic containers smell fresh again with the daily news! And look inside for more than 1,000 others! You'll get 365 days' worth of ingenious hints, practical solutions, and delicious recipes, along with a generous portion of Ben's witty maxims, historical tidbits, inventions, and advice. Packed with clever cleaning ideas, kitchen wisdom, smart gardening tips, savvy health hints, easy home-repair advice, weather wisdom, and, of course, money-saving strategies, Ben Franklin's Almanac of Wit, Wisdom, and Practical Advice is a book you'll turn to every day of the year.
At the begin- ning of his uncle's account , he had been nearer the mark when he com- mented that Rafael would have ... at least five times in heavy black ink on the margins of the galleys in this episode ( as well as in later ones ) .
Author: Peter Bly
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
Category: Social Science
The wise fool, the sensible madman, and the village idiot, traditional characters in European literature, are best-known through Don Quixote. Galdós, Spain's most important novelist after Cervantes, contributed to this corpus with a number of principal characters whose affinity to Cervantes's hero is clearly recognizable. Bly demonstrates that a number of Galdós's secondary characters - the eccentric old men who appear with regular frequency in the realist social novels of his most important period of writing, 1876 to1897 - can be classified as a variant or sub-group of this type.
When I was a child, I remember my uncle having one in his home. ... One stressor back then in college was typing up a paper the night before, finding out the ink cartridge was dry, and then rushing to the store before it closed in order ...
Author: Victor Pace
Publisher: Gatekeeper Press
Category: Family & Relationships
As a family medicine physician, with 29 years of medical experiences, and 55 years of life experiences, this book is a compilation of values, ideas, and journeys. The purpose being to help enrich and balance out one's mind, body, and soul. The words written are intended for all adolescent and adult age groups crossing all spectrums. You love traveling, hobbies, activities, family time, philosophical ideals? It's all here wrapped up in one book.
Dear Uncle , Yoa mun excuse me for not roitin to yoa sooner than this . ... Un we'n no ink noather , nobbut slutch an eighl paint , or soot un watter , an its so thick till it connot be getten eawt oth pen .