Ploughshares Famous Quotes & Sayings

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11 Ploughshares Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Ploughshares Sayings By Charlotte Bronte: You nurslings of Protestantism astonish me. You unguarded Englishwomen walk calmly amidst red-hot ploughshares and You nurslings of Protestantism astonish me. You unguarded Englishwomen walk calmly amidst red-hot ploughshares and escape burning. I believe, if some of you were thrown into Nebuchadnezzar's hottest furnace you would issue forth untraversed by the smell of fire. — Charlotte Bronte
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Ploughshares Sayings By Ingeborg Bachmann: ...we take care not to touch each other in public, nor do we look into ...we take care not to touch each other in public, nor do we look into each other's eyes except furtively, because Ivan must first wash my eyes with his own, removing the images which landed on my retina before his arrival. — Ingeborg Bachmann
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Ploughshares Sayings By George Washington: For the sake of humanity it is devoutly to be wished that the manly employment For the sake of humanity it is devoutly to be wished that the manly employment of agriculture and the humanizing benefits of commerce would supersede the waste of war and the rage of conquest; and the swords might be turned into ploughshares, the spears into pruning-hooks, and as the Scripture expresses it, the nations learn war no more. — George Washington
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Ploughshares Sayings By Michael Moore: My mum taught me how to read before I went to kindergarden, I always thought My mum taught me how to read before I went to kindergarden, I always thought that being able to read provided lightness, help to dispel darkness, ignorance and stupidity. — Michael Moore
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Ploughshares Sayings By Lucretius: Vineyards and shining harvests, pastures, arbors, And all this our very utmost toil Can hardly Vineyards and shining harvests, pastures, arbors,
And all this our very utmost toil
Can hardly care for, we wear down our strength
Whether in oxen or in men, we dull
The edges of our ploughshares, and in return
Our fields turn mean and stingy, underfed,
And so today the farmer shakes his head,
More and more often sighing that his work,
The labour of his hands, has come to naught. — Lucretius
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Ploughshares Sayings By John Ruskin: Work first and then rest. Work first, and then gaze, but do not use golden Work first and then rest. Work first, and then gaze, but do not use golden ploughshares, nor bind ledgers in enamel. — John Ruskin
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Ploughshares Sayings By Elle Casey: Excuse me while I go bleach my face. Excuse me while I go bleach my face. — Elle Casey
Ploughshares Sayings By Leah D. Daughtry: I was just an infant when [Fannie Lou] Hamer spoke - barley even awake in I was just an infant when [Fannie Lou] Hamer spoke - barley even awake in the world. But here she was, pressing the Democratic Party to refuse to recognize the all-white Mississippi delegation, because obviously there was no way Mississippi could have an all-white delegation. Black people had been kept from registering through violence and intimidation. She had experienced that violence herself and was there to speak about it and to insist the delegation of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party be recognized instead. — Leah D. Daughtry
Ploughshares Sayings By Tim Hudson: I look at scouting reports, but don't let them dictate what I'm throwing. I look at scouting reports, but don't let them dictate what I'm throwing. — Tim Hudson
Ploughshares Sayings By Rudy Vallee: We of the soft-crooning radio type of singer are giving the people what they want. We of the soft-crooning radio type of singer are giving the people what they want. The American public as a whole does not care for full-throated operatic singing. And why should it? Down through the ages, it has been the simple song which has lived and continues to touch the heart of humanity. And so it is with singing. — Rudy Vallee
Ploughshares Sayings By Edwin Hubbel Chapin: Many a man who might walk over burning ploughshares into heaven stumbles from the path Many a man who might walk over burning ploughshares into heaven stumbles from the path because there is gravel in his shoes. — Edwin Hubbel Chapin