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" in blood, is a better friend for a man to have than ten thousand relations. "
Euripidis Orestes ad fidem manuscriptorum emendata et brevibus notis ... - Page 58
by Euripides - 1821 - 114 pages
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The Hecuba, Orestes, Phœnician virgins, and Medea, of Euripides: literally ...

Euripides - 1820
...have companions, not relationship alone; so that a man who is congenial in manners, though a stranger in blood, is a better friend for a man to have, than ten thousand relatives. CHORUS. / The g'reat happiness, and the valour high sounding throughout Greece, and by the...
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The hecuba, Orestes, Phœnician virgins, and Medea of Euripides; literally ...

Euripides - 1837
...have companions, not relationship alone; so that a man who is congenial in manners, though a stranger in blood, is a better friend for a man to have, than ten thousand relatives. CHORUS. The great happiness, and the valour high sounding throughout Greece, and by the...
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The restoration of the holy Scriptures to their ancient reading, their ...

Paul (st.) - 1841
...Xix--nffxi i>.OS.—ORESTES. Hence a man who is congenial in habits [or manners], though a stranger, is a better friend for a man to have than ten thousand relations. Hence also this of Tantalus, xvеum; ui, though a man. Another example from the Theog. : IlyUr,...
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The Tragedies of Euripides

Euripides - Mythology, Greek - 1850
...have companions, not relationship alone; so that a man who is congenial in manners, though a stranger in blood, is a better friend for a man to have, than ten thousand relatives. CHORUS. The great happiness, and the valour high sounding throughout Greece, and by the...
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The Tragedies of Euripides

Euripides - Greek drama - 1858
...have companions, not relationship alone; so that a man who is congenial in manners, though a stranger in blood, is a better friend for a man to have, than ten thousand relatives. CHORUs. The great happiness, and the valour high sounding throughout Greece, and by the...
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The Testimony of the Heathen to the Truths of Holy Writ: A Commentary on the ...

Thomas Street Millington - Bible - 1863 - 648 pages
...discreet, I deem." HOM. Odyss. 1. vni. v. 585. " A man who is congenial in manners, though a stranger in blood, is a better friend for a man to have than ten thousand relatives."—EURIP. Orest. v. 805. PROVERBS XIX. 1. Better is the poor that walketh in his integrity,...
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The Testimony of the Heathen to the Truths of Holy Writ: A Commentary on the ...

Thomas Street Millington - Bible - 1863 - 648 pages
...discreet, I deem." HOM. Odyss. 1. vni. v. 585. . " A man who is congenial in manners, though a stranger in blood, is a better friend for a man to have than ten thousand relatives."—EITRIP. Great, v. 805. PROVERBS XIX. 1. Better it the poor that walketh hi his integrity,...
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