Formalisation Famous Quotes & Sayings

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6 Formalisation Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Formalisation Sayings By Goldwin Smith: Whatever things may have been in their origin, they are what they are, both in Whatever things may have been in their origin, they are what they are, both in themselves and in regard to their indications respecting other beings or influences the existence of which may be implied in theirs. — Goldwin Smith
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Formalisation Sayings By C.J. Langenhoven: God made the world like a knife. We have the choice to take it by God made the world like a knife. We have the choice to take it by the handle or the blade. — C.J. Langenhoven
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Formalisation Sayings By Mahatma Gandhi: Even swadeshi, like any other good thing, can be ridden to death if it is Even swadeshi, like any other good thing, can be ridden to death if it is made a fetish. — Mahatma Gandhi
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Formalisation Sayings By Dorothy L. Sayers: That God should play the tyrant over man is a dismal story of unrelieved oppression; That God should play the tyrant over man is a dismal story of unrelieved oppression; that man should play the tyrant over man is the usual dreary record of human futility; but that man should play the tyrant over God and find him a better man than himself is an astonishing drama indeed. — Dorothy L. Sayers
Formalisation Sayings By Zoe Heller: [ ... ]One pretends that manners are the formalisation of basic kindness and consideration, but [ ... ]One pretends that manners are the formalisation of basic kindness and consideration, but a great deal of the time they're simply aesthetics dressed up as moral principles, aren't they? — Zoe Heller
Formalisation Sayings By Aga Khan: As you build your lives, for yourselves and others, you will come to rest upon As you build your lives, for yourselves and others, you will come to rest upon certain principles. Central to my life has been a verse in the Holy Quran which addresses itself to the whole of humanity. It says: 'Oh Mankind, fear your Lord, who created you of a single soul, and from it created its mate, and from the pair of them scattered abroad many men and women'. I know of no more beautiful expression about the unity of our human race - born indeed from a single soul. — Aga Khan