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Hardware Dealers' Magazine - Page 438
1905
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The Living Age ..., Volume 236

Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1903
...we see the national weakness. Their fathers, who founded the business, could not speak Chinese; and what was good enough for their fathers is good enough for them. And yet we speak slightingly of the Celestial ancestor-worship, and enviously of our business-men,...
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Twice lost, and other tales

Menella Bute Smedley - History - 1866 - 651 pages
...envious. I don't consider that to be the act of a Christian. I never listen to any cant of the kind. What was good enough for their fathers is good enough for them, in all conscience, if they are not taught to think otherwise." " We are bound to oppose you," replied...
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Various Census of India

1868
...works. SECTION V. Education. 26. On this head much cannot be said. Native States are slow to move : what was good enough for their fathers is good enough for them. Still there is a movement. An English school actually exists, and the people are less violently opposed...
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Annual Report of the Superintendent of Public Instruction, of the ..., Volume 15

New York (State). Dept. of Public Instruction - Education - 1869
...machines, and who can with difficulty be persuaded to give the improved method a fair trial, believing that what was good enough for their fathers is good enough for them. school room and connected with school interests. Now and then I find one of this class of persons attempting...
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Linner's trial, by the author of 'Twice lost'. By M.B. Smedley

Menella Bute Smedley - 1871
...envious. I don't consider that to be the act of a Christian. I never listen to any cant of the kind. What was good enough for their fathers is good enough for them, in all conscience, if they are not taught to think otherwise." " We are bound to oppose you," replied...
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Public Documents of Massachusetts, Volume 5

Massachusetts - Massachusetts - 1877
...which might result in expense to property-owners. Many people don't want to be "ridden by the doctors; what was good enough for their fathers, is good enough for them." The main fact of this nature to which I can refer, is, that the death-rate from filth-diseases is increasing,...
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Annual Report of the State Board of Health of Massachusetts, Volume 8

Massachusetts. State Board of Health - Massachusetts - 1877
...which might result in expense to property-owners. Many people don't want to be "riddeu by the doctors; what was good enough for their fathers, is good enough for them." The main fact of this nature to which I can refer, is, that the death-rate from filth-diseases is increasing,...
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Tender and true

William Arthur Law - 1880
...people who are content to go on from year to year in the way they have been accustomed to, and think that what was good enough for their fathers is good enough for them. But we must not be too fearful of offending their prejudices, or nothing will be done at all. I look...
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Rose-Belford's Canadian Monthly and National Review, Volume 7; Volume 20

Graeme Mercer Adam, George Stewart - 1881
...thrift. They go on the even tenor of their way, undisturbed by ambition and satisfied with their lot. What was good enough for their fathers is good enough for them. Taking little thought for the morrow, they let the morrow take thought for itself. ' Sufficient unto...
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Mary Elwood, a novel

Jessie M. Barker - 1884
...nothing have.' You would not wish the world to remain where it is, Miss Elwood ? Conservatives think that what was good enough for their fathers is good enough for them ; we should like something better," said Sir Humphrey, amusing himself with trying to draw her out....
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