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" One explanation (see below) is neoplatonic; another is psychological. In any case, everyone has experienced the shock of eating a thing which is called by the wrong name, or would question the adage that a rose 'by any other name would smell as sweet'. "
The Fur Trade of America and Some of the Men who Made and Maintain it ... - Page 474
by Albert Lord Belden - 1917 - 591 pages
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The wife and the ward; or, A life's error

Edward Money - 1859 - 407 pages
...certainly think there's a charm in a name." " So there is," added Bruce ; " for however true it may be that ' A rose by any other name would smell as sweet/ it is very certain any new floral name would not be so suggestive to us of pleasant odours, and the rose...
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The Pacific Monthly, Volume 19

William Bittle Wells, Lute Pease - West (U.S.) - 1908
...and proprietor of the Weekly Advertiser. Every schoolboy knows the familiar quotation to the effect that a rose by any other name would smell as sweet. It was so with the Honorable James's paper. By any other name the Weekly Advertiser would have been as...
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Daring Deeds of Merchant Seaman in the Great War

Harold Felix Baker Wheeler - Merchant marine - 1918 - 319 pages
...Rose, Serene, Helen Norah, Admirable, Avondale, Craignoon, Felicitas, Transit. Acting on the assumption that " A rose by any other name would smell as sweet," it must be inferred that a drifter by any name than that painted on her bows would do her work equally...
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Comedians All

George Jean Nathan - Drama - 1919 - 257 pages
...And they occurred, all of them, in commercial failures. 84 On Nomenclature. — While it may be true that a rose by any other name would smell as sweet, it is more or less certain that it wouldn't seem to smell as sweet if it so happened that it was called a...
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Preaching to the Hungers of the Heart: The Homily on the Feasts and Within ...

James A. Wallace - Religion - 2002 - 196 pages
...take into account a number of resources when preparing to preach: Attend to the name of the feast. While it is true that a rose by any other name would smell as sweet, the name given to each great feast and season can make a difference in guiding the...
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The New Englander, Volume 15

Social sciences - 1857
...might be justified and made regular by the simple expedient of giving it a respectable name. But though it is true that " a rose by any other name would smell as sweet," it does by no means follow that the odor of stramonium in full bloom can be converted into a rosy sweetness...
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