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Being Thoroughly Educated, and knowing what is required of a cultured gentleman, at this juncture I stood upright and, placing my hand upon my bosom, made a very polite bow.
We must set our face against all this educating, elevating talk, that is getting about now; the lower class must not be educated.
And thus our youth, having been educated only in that simple music which, as we said, inspires temperance, will be reluctant to go to law.
Yet surely, I said, this ferocity only comes from spirit, which, if rightly educated, would give courage, but, if too much intensified, is liable to become hard and brutal.
And this also, when too much indulged, will turn to softness, but, if educated rightly, will be gentle and moderate.
For, having brought you into the world, and nurtured and educated you, and given you and every other citizen a share in every good which we had to give, we further proclaim to any Athenian by the liberty which we allow him, that if he does not like us when he has become of age and has seen the ways of the city, and made our acquaintance, he may go where he pleases and take his goods with him.
Or are you under the impression that they will be better cared for and educated here if you are still alive, although absent from them; for your friends will take care of them?
Pierre had been educated abroad, and this reception at Anna Pavlovna's was the first he had attended in Russia.
I was going to say, you are better educated than you have been pretending to be.
The children grew, worked, fought, ate what and slept where they could; loved one another and their parents pretty well, but with no tropical passion; and educated themselves for nine months of the year, each one in his own way.
Latest figures show there are around 2,000 electively home educated children in Wales, although figures could be higher as parents do not have to register them.
Firstly an educated woman is conversant with her duties as a citizen of state, as a mother, sister or any relation in the house or outside.