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" Well, we must take things as they are, and make the best of them. So Frank and I walked on through the pleasant fields in the darkening twilight, and I for one enjoyed... "
The Mechanics' Magazine - Seite 469
1855
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Diaries and Correspondence of James Harris, First Earl of Malmesbury, Band 3

James Howard Harris Earl of Malmesbury, James Howard Harris Malmesbury (3d Earl of) - 1844
...presses us on every side, and it is not a time to betray misgivings, or enter into minute discussions. We must take things as they are, and make the best of them. I, however, should be very sorry to see a single regiment of Clairfayt's army move to the right, even...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Band 63

Sholto Percy - 1855
...order to obtain so enormous a public object; but this will assuredly not he done so long as the sonant employed by the Admiralty to direct their judgment...report their merits. I am, Sir, yours, &c., DAVID MUSUET. November 12, IS.;:,. BOYDELL'S TKACTTON ENGINE. '/'ч the Editor of the Mechanics' Magazine,...
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Kate Coventry, an autobiography, ed. [or rather, written] by G.J. Whyte-Melville

George John Whyte- Melville - 1856
...down ? Heaven knows ! but run down she is, just as the hypocritical Lady Straitlace is cried up. Well, we must take things as they are, and make the best of them. So Frank and I walked on through the pleasant fields in the darkening twilight, and I for one enjoyed...
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The Physiology of New York Boarding-houses

1857 - 300 Seiten
...herself according to her natural NEW YORK BOABDINO-nOUSES. ignorance and proclivity to dirt— you must "take things as they are," and make the best of them. Little irregularities as to meal hours— always common where there и a baby who is apt to intimate...
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Stories for single gentlemen

Stories - 1858
...— and the Celt conducts herself according to her natural ignorance and proclivity to dirt — you must ' take things as they are,' and make the best of them. Little irregularities as to meal hours — always common where there is a baby, who is apt to intimate...
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Ploughing and sowing; or, Annals of an evening school in a Yorkshire village ...

Mary E. Simpson - 1861
...to exercise ? It is of no use to stop and inquire how farmers' households would be best arranged : we must take things as they are and make the best of them, being quite sure that even the present farmhouse system of Yorkshire need not necessarily be as bad...
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Carleton grange, by the author of 'Abbot's Cleve'.

Isabella Neil Harwood - 1866
..."Perhaps not," said Mr. Fleming drily. "But it is too late now to think of changing your profession; you must take things as they are and make the best of them." " Oh ! as for changing, I don't want to change — one kind of drudgery is as good as another. What...
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A Pessimist in Theory and Practice

Frederic Mayer Bird - 1888 - 198 Seiten
...Then why not take the benefit of it, with the rest of us? There's a better as well as a worse side. Take things as they are, and make the best of them." "I do. The best is the least, and I get away from things as much as possible. To minimize life is to make...
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The Indiana School Journal, Band 38

1893
...least toward studying the individual pupil. We need twice as many teachers as we have, but we often must take things as they are and make the best of them possible under present conditions. It is not written examinations that deaden, but the wrong use of...
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Mary Fenwick's Daughter: A Novel

Beatrice Whitby - 1894 - 374 Seiten
...clumsily or she would have squared it with him, I verily believe, but it's no use crying over spilt milk. We must take things as they are and make the best of them." Godfray was a lazy, easy-going man who liked his thinking mostly done for him, but he could, on occasion,...
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