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A very wholesome and comfortable doctrine, and to which we have but one objection, namely, that it is not true.
But now this is not true, as will be evident to any one who will consider this question in the most approved method.
She gave way to him; she spoilt him; she arranged things for him; she who was all truth to others was not true to her husband, was not true to her friends if they came in conflict with her husband.
And Bogdanich was a brick: he told you you were saying what was not true.
It is not true that suffering ennobles the character; happiness does that sometimes, but suffering, for the most part, makes men petty and vindictive.
In the case of the slaves on our place this was not true, and it was not true of any large portion of the slave population in the South where the Negro was treated with anything like decency.
That is NOT true," said the prince, in an equally low voice.
Further, if it be objected that the description is not true to fact, the poet may perhaps reply,--'But the objects are as they ought to be': just as Sophocles said that he drew men as they ought to be; Euripides, as they are.
Will not true friends care for them equally whether he is alive or dead?
It is not true that to feed a dog is to win a dog's heart.
But at the very moment she was uttering the words, she felt that they were not true.
Then it is not true," resumed Coictier hotly, "that gout is an internal eruption; that a wound caused by artillery is to be cured by the application of a young mouse roasted; that young blood, properly injected, restores youth to aged veins; it is not true that two and two make four, and that emprostathonos follows opistathonos.