Samuel Johnson Quotes

Samuel Johnson Quotes

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Eighteenth-century British poet, essayist, and lexicographer Samuel Johnson once said, 'There is nothing so minute or inconsiderable that I would not rather know it than not know it.'

Eighteenth-century British poet, essayist, and lexicographer Samuel Johnson once said, 'There is nothing so minute or inconsiderable that I would not rather know it than not know it.'

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When once the forms of civility are violated, there remains little hope of return to kindness or decency. / Samuel Johnson (1709-1784) English writer, lexicographer, critic The Rambler, #50 (25 Sep 1750)

When once the forms of civility are violated, there remains little hope of return to kindness or decency. / Samuel Johnson (1709-1784) English writer, lexicographer, critic The Rambler, #50 (25 Sep 1750)

diese grafiken sind super. auch als "übersetzungshilfe" im gespräch mit extrovertierten/nicht hochsensiblen menschen.

diese grafiken sind super. auch als "übersetzungshilfe" im gespräch mit extrovertierten/nicht hochsensiblen menschen.

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Sabr (Arabic: صْبِرْ ṣabr‎) is the virtue of “patience” or “endurance”. Sabr is characterized as being one of the two parts of faith (the other being shukr). Arabic lexicographers suggest that the root ṣ-b-r, of which ṣabr is the nomen actionis, means to bind or restrain.

Sabr (Arabic: صْبِرْ ṣabr‎) is the virtue of “patience” or “endurance”. Sabr is characterized as being one of the two parts of faith (the other being shukr). Arabic lexicographers suggest that the root ṣ-b-r, of which ṣabr is the nomen actionis, means to bind or restrain.

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Εμμανουήλ Κριαράς - Αυτοβιογραφικός Λόγος & Θεωρήσεις

Εμμανουήλ Κριαράς - Αυτοβιογραφικός Λόγος & Θεωρήσεις

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