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Edgar Watson Howe Quotes

Edgar Watson Howe Quotes & Quotations
Edgar Watson Howe
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    A man will do more for his stubbornness than for his religion or his country. Edgar_Watson_HoweEdgar Watson Howe
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    A modest man is usually admired, if people ever hear of him. Edgar_Watson_HoweEdgar Watson Howe
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    A woman is as old as she looks before breakfast. Edgar_Watson_HoweEdgar Watson Howe
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    A woman who can't forgive should never have more than a nodding acquaintance with a man. Edgar_Watson_HoweEdgar Watson Howe
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    Don't abuse your friends and expect them to consider it criticism. Edgar_Watson_HoweEdgar Watson Howe
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    Every successful person I have heard of has done the best he could with the conditions as he found them, and not waited until next year for better. Edgar_Watson_HoweEdgar Watson Howe
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    Everyone suffers wrongs for which there is no remedy. Edgar_Watson_HoweEdgar Watson Howe
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    Families with babies and families without babies are sorry for each other. Edgar_Watson_HoweEdgar Watson Howe
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    Fishing seems to be the favorite form of loafing. Edgar_Watson_HoweEdgar Watson Howe
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    For every quarrel a man and wife have before others, they have a hundred when alone. Edgar_Watson_HoweEdgar Watson Howe
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    If a woman doesn't chase a man a little, she doesn't love him. Edgar_Watson_HoweEdgar Watson Howe
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    If your faith is opposed to experience, to human learning and investigation, it is not worth the breath used in giving it expression. Edgar_Watson_HoweEdgar Watson Howe
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    It may be a cold, clammy thing to say, but those that treat friendship the same as any other selfishness seem to get the most out of it. Edgar_Watson_HoweEdgar Watson Howe
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    Many people would be more truthful were it not for their uncontrollable desire to talk. Edgar_Watson_HoweEdgar Watson Howe
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    Marriage is a good deal like a circus: there is not as much in it as is represented in the advertising. Edgar_Watson_HoweEdgar Watson Howe
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    Never tell a secret to a bride or a groom; wait until they have been married longer. Edgar_Watson_HoweEdgar Watson Howe
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    None of us can boast about the morality of our ancestors. The record does not show that Adam and Eve were ever married. Edgar_Watson_HoweEdgar Watson Howe
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    One of the surprising things in this world is the respect a worthless man has for himself. Edgar_Watson_HoweEdgar Watson Howe
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    The average man's judgment is so poor, he runs a risk every time he uses it. Edgar_Watson_HoweEdgar Watson Howe
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    The feeling of sleepiness when you are not in bed, and can't get there, is the meanest feeling in the world. Edgar_Watson_HoweEdgar Watson Howe
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    The greatest humiliation in life, is to work hard on something from which you expect great appreciation, and then fail to get it. Edgar_Watson_Howe/21.php">Edgar Watson Howe
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    The little trouble in the world that is not due to love is due to friendship. Edgar_Watson_Howe/22.php">Edgar Watson Howe
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    The man who can keep a secret may be wise, but he is not half as wise as the man with no secrets to keep. Edgar_Watson_Howe/23.php">Edgar Watson Howe
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    The modest person is usually admired, if people ever hear of them. Edgar_Watson_Howe/24.php">Edgar Watson Howe
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    The most destructive criticism is indifference. Edgar_Watson_Howe/25.php">Edgar Watson Howe
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    The only way to amuse some people is to slip and fall on an icy pavement. Edgar_Watson_Howe/26.php">Edgar Watson Howe
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    The underdog often starts the fight, and occasionally the upper dog deserves to win. Edgar_Watson_Howe/27.php">Edgar Watson Howe
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    The way out of trouble is never as simple as the way in. Edgar_Watson_Howe/28.php">Edgar Watson Howe
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    There is only one thing people like that is good for them; a good night's sleep. Edgar_Watson_Howe/29.php">Edgar Watson Howe
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    To be an ideal guest, stay at home. Edgar_Watson_Howe/30.php">Edgar Watson Howe
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    When a man has no reason to trust himself, he trusts in luck. Edgar_Watson_Howe/31.php">Edgar Watson Howe
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    When a man is trying to sell you something, don't imagine that he is polite all the time. Edgar_Watson_Howe/32.php">Edgar Watson Howe
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    When men are not regretting that life is so short, they are doing something to kill time. Edgar_Watson_Howe/33.php">Edgar Watson Howe