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ACCEPTATION (ACCEPTA'TION) n.s.[from accept.]1. Reception, whether good or bad. This large sense seems now wholly out of use. ~ Samuel Johnson
Acceptation Tacite quotes by Samuel Johnson
If you elect to join the herd you are immune. To be accepted and appreciated you must nullify yourself, make yourself indistinguishable from the herd. You may dream, if you dream alike. ~ Henry Miller
Acceptation Tacite quotes by Henry Miller
Silence explains a lot of things.
It tells us why people are who they not supposed to be.
It's the fear of being afraid.
It's because of their own safety.
Sometimes it becomes an unexplainable feeling.
It shows the insecureties, acceptation, love and vulnerability
inside everyone of us. ~ Tessa Vanluchene
Acceptation Tacite quotes by Tessa Vanluchene
The difference between a tool and a machine is not capable of very precise distinction; nor is it necessary, in a popular explanation of those terms, to limit very strictly their acceptation. ~ Charles Babbage
Acceptation Tacite quotes by Charles Babbage
This is a faithful saying and worthy of all acceptation that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners." Between that word "save" and the next word "sinners," there is no adjective. It does not say, "penitent sinners,"" awakened sinners,"" sensible sinners," "grieving sinners," or alarmed sinners." No, it only says "sinners," and I know this, that when I come, I come to Christ to-day, for I feel it is as much a necessity of my life to come to the cross of Christ to- day as it was to come ten years ago, - when I come to him I dare not come as a conscious sinner or an awakened sinner, but I have to come still as a sinner with nothing in my hands. ~ Charles Haddon Spurgeon
Acceptation Tacite quotes by Charles Haddon Spurgeon
To admit that there is any such thing as chance, in the common acceptation of the term, would be to attempt to establish a power independent of God. ~ Charles Caleb Colton
Acceptation Tacite quotes by Charles Caleb Colton
Mr. Lincoln had no hope, and no faith, in the usual acceptation of those words. ~ Mary Todd Lincoln
Acceptation Tacite quotes by Mary Todd Lincoln
I have taken much pains to know everything that is esteemed worth knowing amongst men; but with all my reading, nothing now remains to comfort me at the close of this life but this passage of St. Paul: "It is a faithful saying, and worthy of all acceptation, that Jesus Christ came into the world to save sinners." To this I cleave, and herein do I find rest. ~ John Selden
Acceptation Tacite quotes by John Selden
Masonry, according to the general acceptation of the term, is an art founded on the principles of geometry, and devoted to the service and convenience of mankind. But Freemasonry, embracing a wider range and having a nobler object in view, namely, the cultivation and improvement of the human mind, may with more propriety be called a science, inasmuch as, availing itself of the terms of the former, it inculcates the principles of the purest morality, though its lessons are for the most part veiled in allegory and illustrated by symbols. ~ William Howard Taft
Acceptation Tacite quotes by William Howard Taft
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