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" Do not Puff up the Cheeks, Loll not out the tongue rub the Hands, or beard, thrust out the lips, or bite them or keep the Lips too open or too Close. "
Washington's Rules of Civility and Decent Behavior in Company and Conversation - Page 19
by George Washington - 1888 - 34 pages
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George Washington's Rules of Civility: Traced to Their Sources and Restored

George Washington - Etiquette - 1890 - 180 pages
...great regard for the ^^^ cleanliness of your hands, but do not or curiosity." be finikin about it. 16* Do not puff up the Cheeks, Loll not out the tongue...bite them or keep the lips too open or too close. Chapter ii. 26. C'est une vilainie de s'enfler les joiies, de tirer la langue, de se manier la barbe,...
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George Washington's Rules of Civility: Traced to Their Sources and Restored

George Washington, Moncure Daniel Conway - Etiquette - 1890 - 180 pages
...against any one, or to pluck his dress when speaking to him, or while entertaining him in conversation. ' 15*!" Keep your Nails clean and Short, also your Hands...Clean, yet without Shewing any great Concern for them Chapter ii. 25. Gardez vous bien de vous arrester en toute sorte de conuersation, i rajuster vostre...
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George Washington's Rules of Civility: Traced to Their Sources and Restored

George Washington - Etiquette - 1890 - 180 pages
...against any one, or to pluck his dress when speaking to him, or while entertaining him in conversation. 15* Keep your Nails clean and Short, also your Hands and Teeth Clean, yet without Shewng any great Concern for them Chapter ii. 25. Gardez vous bien de vous arrester en toute sorte...
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George Washington's Rules of Civility

George Washington - Etiquette - 1890 - 180 pages
...any one, or to pluck his dress when speaking to him, or while entertaining him in conversation. 15th Keep your Nails clean and Short, also your Hands and Teeth Clean, yet without Shewng any great Concern for them Chapter ii. 25. Gardez vous bien de vous arrester en toute sorte...
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The Story-life of Washington: a life-history in five hundred true stories ...

Wayne Whipple - Biography & Autobiography - 1911 - 709 pages
...others especially in Speaking, Jog not the Table or Desk on which Another writes lean not upon any one. Keep your Nails clean and Short, also your Hands....Clean, yet without Shewing any great Concern for them Be no Flatterer, neither Play with any that delights not to be Play'd Withal. Read no Letters, Books,...
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The Heart of Washington: An Intimate Study of the Father of His Country from ...

Wayne Whipple - 1916 - 172 pages
...and Decent Behaviour in Company and Conversation." Here are several of the rules, as he copied them: "Keep your Nails clean and Short, also your Hands and Teeth Clean yet without showing any great Concern for them." 30 "Let your Discourse with Men of Business be Short and Comprehensive."...
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The Story of Young George Washington

Wayne Whipple - United States - 1918 - 256 pages
...you Sit down, Keep your 70 Feet firm and Even, without putting one on the other or Crossing them." "Keep your Nails clean and Short, also your Hands...Clean yet without shewing any great Concern for them." "Read no Letters, Books or Papers in Company but when there is a necessity for the doing of it you...
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Colonial America: A Complete Theme Unit Developed in Cooperation with the ...

Mary Kay Carson - History - 1999 - 64 pages
Complete resource guide helps children understand Colonial American life with hands-on activities, maps, photos and more reproducible items. Full-color poster included.
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George Washington Reconsidered

Don Higginbotham - Biography & Autobiography - 2001 - 336 pages
...them full in the Face") to how to present one's countenance ("Do not Puff up the Cheeks, Do not Loll out the tongue, rub the Hands, or beard, thrust out...bite them or keep the Lips too open or too Close"). All the Founding Fathers were aware of these enlightened conventions, and all in varying degrees tried...
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George Washington

Kristin Thoennes Keller - Juvenile Nonfiction - 2001 - 48 pages
...stand. Speak not when you should hold your peace. Turn not your back to others, especially in speaking. Keep your nails clean and short, also your hands and teeth clean yet without showing any great concern for them. Associate yourself with men of good quality rasa ^ iOOL/l^tl^tt-...
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