• Ambaji Inglia - an Historical Sags Unearthed
    1785: Ambaji stopped the Sikhs from collecting 'Rakhi'.He further stipulated that the Sikhs were to collect revenues jointly with Marathas and 2/3 of it was to be taken by the Marathas. Ambaji’s success in Rajasthan- Ambaji earned considerable fortune in Rajasthan and it was the states of...
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  • Merchant of Venice
    doors after you: Fast bind, fast find; A proverb never stale in thrifty mind. Exit JESSICA Farewell; and if my fortune be not crost, I have a father, you a daughter, lost. Exit SCENE VI. The same. Enter GRATIANO and SALARINO, masqued GRATIANO This is the pent-house under which Lorenzo Desired us to...
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  • agamemnon full text
    the palace, welcoming this fire—       if indeed the city of Troy’s fallen,       as this signal fire seems to indicate.                                                   [30]       For my part, I’ll start things off by dancing,       treating my king’s good fortune as my own...
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  • Folklores
    ? A: Umbrella  Proverbs INTRODUCTION              The genius, wit, and spirit of a nation are discovered in its proverbs.  Francis Bacon .         1. History of proverbs      Proverbs, together with fables, folktales, folksongs and riddles, are part of every spoken language. They have...
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  • English Proverbs
    dogs seldom bite. Dogs that bark at a distance do not bite at hand. Собака, что лает, редко кусает. 2. Fools have fortune. (Ch. Dickens "David Coperfield") The biggest fools have the best luck Дуракам всегда везёт. As we seen the second proverb of each pair extends the idea and explains the meaning...
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  • Tatag Ng Wikang Filipino
    di ko man hanapin, dudulog lalapit kung talagang akin. (Tagalog) The good fortune which is intended for me will come even without my seeking it. 2. Ethical proverbs recommending certain virtues and condemning certain vices Walang utang na di pinagbayaran. (Tagalog) No debt remains unpaid. Dai mo...
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  • asdasdasdaf
    not watered with tears. Say liket ban-bantayey ermen. (Pangasinan) Joy is always guarded by sorrow. Ang kapalaran ko di ko man hanapin, dudulog lalapit kung talagang akin. (Tagalog) The good fortune which is intended for me will come even without my seeking it. 2. Ethical proverbs recommending...
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  • Macbeth
    . Hang upon his pent-house lid." From the quotation above we knew that once you put your force in making your ambitions came true, you have to be passionate whenever the time is and no matter what difficult situations you are facing. 3. "For brave Macbeth--well he deserves that name-- Disdaining...
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  • Gili Jewels
    to a bank locker. Gili’s 0.03 karat heart-shaped diamond – the smallest in the world – a technological breakthrough, created a buzz whose echo can still be heard. product under the Gili brand name. But fortune favours the brave and providence in the guise of coincidence came to the rescue...
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  • Doomed to Die
    state of an animal’s liver, when observed by a specially trained haruspex (liver-looker), could tell whether the gods were in favour of undertakings such as a military expedition. Prophecy: Many ordinary Romans turned to prophecy to determine the will of the gods. Some...
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  • The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling Henry Fielding
    blows than favours of fortune. But it is true that he is a good deal more sensible to what are called the prudential sanctions of virtue, at least of a certain category of virtues, than to its essential beauty. So far the want of refinement of which M. Taine speaks does, in fact, lower, and lower very...
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  • Macbeth
    MACBETH QUOTES “ Fair is foul, and foul is fair” * Equivocal sentence, inversion, defies logic * Is a set up to show Macbeths fate is sealed “For brave Macbeth – well he deserves that name – disdaining fortune, with his brandished steel, which smoked with bloody execution, like valour’s...
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  • Amazing
    is foul, and foul is fair, Hover through the fog and filthy air. 2. Explain what you think is meant by the paradoxical: Fair is foul, foul is fair. Scene 2 3. Paraphrase the Captain's description of the battle and the part played by Macbeth in securing victory. For brave...
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  • Achilles' Doom
    "To be, or not to be, that is the question. Whether ‘tis nobler in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune, or to take arms against a sea of troubles and by opposing end them." Though written centuries after the death of Achilles, this quote from Shakespeare's "Hamlet...
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  • 40k Experience (Characters)
    rescue, but if they attempt to arrive in the vicinity of the force barrier they could find themselves in serious trouble if they scatter. I’d always opt the ‘fortune favours the brave’ approach, but the dice gods rarely seem to agree. Maybe you’ll decide to alter the scenario slightly and have the...
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  • Babur , Clive and Kohinoor
    , which would make him his later fortune as the head of a juvenile gang. It was a protection racket if merchants agreed to pay a small fee, the boys would agree NOT to break their windows. Robert was adventurous, brave and bad. He was an average student and much more interested in mischief than in school...
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  • Please Invite Me!!
    romantic in their love affairs. 3. He shows his talent for parody when he overhears the conversation between Silvius and Corin and reminded of his love for Jane. He is a bigger fool to come to the Forest of Arden and he asks not to call him a fool till fortune favours him. 4. In the palace...
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  • Motivational Quotes
    possible is by going beyond them into the impossible. Arthur C. Clarke It is hard to fail, but it is worse never to have tried to succeed. Theodore Roosevelt Fortune favours the brave. Publius Terence 3 http://www.ebookbillboard.com Quotes 19 - 24 Ah, but a man's reach should...
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  • Oxford Dictionary of Medical Quotations
    .   ·   While it is true that the suicide braves death, he does it not for some noble object but to escape some ill. Nicomachean Ethics  Arabic proverbs continued For most diagnoses all that is needed is an ounce of knowledge, an ounce of intelligence, and a...
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  • Flybird
    fortune will not even try to harm these who have mode preparations’ she transfers her fury when she knows ‘that are no dykes an embankments’. This proposes that she is driven by rage and hatred by the lack of virtue in men as ‘Fortune favours the brave’ (skinner p29) and princes that use their virtue...
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