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Nevertheless, liberality exercised in a way that does not bring you the reputation for it, injures you; for if one exercises it honestly and as it should be exercised, it may not become known, and you will not avoid the reproach of its opposite.
I told Don Fernando at parting, that as I was now his, he might see me on other nights in the same way, until it should be his pleasure to let the matter become known; but, except the following night, he came no more, nor for more than a month could I catch a glimpse of him in the street or in church, while I wearied myself with watching for one; although I knew he was in the town, and almost every day went out hunting, a pastime he was very fond of.
He had been in quite a number of miscellaneous fights, and in some general barroom rows that had become known to the police.
In the meantime, however, it had become known in some way throughout the car who I was.
And whether Raleigh first came into Queen Elizabeth's notice in this manner or not, after he did become known to her, he soon rose in her favor.
That my poor services to Dejah Thoris had become known to the Heliumites was evidenced by the loud crying of my name, and by the loads of ornaments that were fastened upon me and my huge thoat as we passed up the avenues to the palace, for even in the face of the ferocious appearance of Woola the populace pressed close about me.
He had not only become known, but people had grown accustomed to him and accepted him.
"If all the people were killed, and the city buried, how did the story of Quitzel become known?" asked Mr.
With a sharp wit and a handle on hilarity, Dario Fo's stories and illustrations bring to life the man who would become known as "God's Jester."
But in death her name will become known far beyond the shores of her native India still in shock over so grotesque a crime.
"As a direct result of this operation all the outstanding armed robberies in the West Midlands Police Force area committed since 1973 which had become known as the 'Thursday Robberies' have been cleared."
Swansea could also become known for sounds, peculiar to itself.