Visit your Aunt, but not every Day and call at your Brother's, but not every night.
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Beware of meat twice boiled, And an old foe reconciled.
Those that won't be counseled can't be helped.
Nothing's so apt to undermine your confidence in a product as knowing that the commercial selling it has been approved by the company that makes it.
Let the child's first lesson be obedience, and the second will be what thou wilt.
Like a man travelling in foggy weather, those at some distance before him on the road he sees wrapped up in the fog, as well as those behind him, and also the people in the fields on each side, but near him all appears clear, though in truth he is as much in the fog as any of them.
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