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ex ter'nal ly “Drink injures a man externally, in-
26 per sist'ent Persistent repetitions of petty anrep'e ti'tion noyances are teasing; gross neglineg'li gence gence in those intrusted with matters in trust' of importance is vexing; the jeers im por'tance and sarcasms of others are taunting ; jeer
repeated disappointments of expected sar'casm pleasures are tantalizing; and to be taunt'ing continually burdened with grievous ap pointment troubles is tormenting. tan'ta lize “ Without rest the fertile fields begriev'ous come sterile.” — Yriarte. ster'ile
Fertility is productiveness; sterility,
barrenness. “ The important thing in life is to have a great aim with the determination to attain it." - Goethe.
30 symbol “Light is the symbol of truth, the cre a'tion . first creation of the Deity.” - Proverb. De'i ty
“The best way to recognize a truth rec'og nize is never to forget it." re prove'. The teacher reproved the boy for mis con'duct misconduct, and rebuked him for re buke being impudent. im'pu dent “Death is the penalty for deserpen'al ty tion.” — Steuben. de ser'tion “Only man can play the critic; only critic
men of talent can review.” — Day. ex tin'guish Fire will not extinguish fire.
“ Love makes obedience easy.” — Watson.
vir'tu ous “The virtuous are free from anxiety.” anx i'e ty
- Confucius. pros per'i ty “Prosperity getteth friends; adverad ver'si ty sity trieth them.” e con'o my “Economy joined to industry and soso bri'e ty briety is a better outfit for business than dow'ry a dowry.” pe culiar Speech is peculiar to man alone. dis tinc'tion “Man, in distinction from other anipar tic'u lar mals, is particular in his habits. Deeds sur vive' survive the doer.” — Mann. po'e try “Poetry is the breath of beauty."
- Hunt. 6 Honor and shame from no condition rise;
Act well your part, there all the honor lies.” — Pope.