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There are many faculties in man, each of which takes its turn of activity, and that faculty which is paramount in any period and e ...
A sweet disorder in the dress
Kindles in clothes a wantonness:
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Civility, which is a disposition to accommodate and oblige others, is essentially the same in every country; but good breeding, as ...
Almost every man we meet requires some civility,--requires to be humored; he has some fame, some talent, some whim of religion or ...
In history the great moment is, when the savage is just ceasing to be a savage, with all his hairy Pelasgic strength directed on h ...
Courage, of all national qualities, is the most precarious; because it is exerted only at intervals, and by a few in every nation; ...
I have often seen people uncivil by too much civility, and tiresome in their courtesy.
Enjoying praise is in some people merely a civility of the heart--and just the opposite of a vanity of the spirit.
A new kind of woman with deep-rooted values is changing the way we live. Market researchers call it "neo-traditionalism." To us it ...
Just because you live in LA it doesn't mean you have to dress that way.
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