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On the other side, to be deceived with too long shadows
If you were so dull a fortune-hunter that you deceived yourself, or if you were so greedy and grasping that you were over-willing to be deceived by appearances, is it my fault, you adventurer?
And another of these diseases is called "the fire-dog": concerning HIM men have greatly deceived themselves, and let themselves be deceived.
By excluding men under thirty-five from the first office, and those under thirty from the second, it confines the electors to men of whom the people have had time to form a judgment, and with respect to whom they will not be liable to be deceived by those brilliant appearances of genius and patriotism, which, like transient meteors, sometimes mislead as well as dazzle.
However useful jealousy may be in republics, yet when like bile in the natural, it abounds too much in the body politic, the eyes of both become very liable to be deceived by the delusive appearances which that malady casts on surrounding objects.
Yes, our ships have no ears, and thus they cannot be deceived.
Such a discovery now would only mean breaking up family habits, and she let herself be deceived, despising him and still more herself, for the weakness.
Naqavi Hosseini further emphasized that Iranian officials should not be deceived by such US gestures and think that Washington is in practice committed to its claims.
Will it show that even popes can be deceived and deceiving without formally teaching error ex cathedra?
If the citizens of this country can be deceived so easily by a propaganda mill like the one the unions employed in this last election, then may God bless America, for we are otherwise a lost people.