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He had never been insulted on his own land before, and had been inclined to regard himself as a general favorite (we are all apt to do so, when we think of our own amiability more than of what other people are likely to want of us).
Dagley; but nothing was easier in those times than for an hereditary farmer of his grade to be ignorant, in spite somehow of having a rector in the twin parish who was a gentleman to the backbone, a curate nearer at hand who preached more learnedly than the rector, a landlord who had gone into everything, especially fine art and social improvement, and all the lights of Middlemarch only three miles off.
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Astor Do?: The Essential Guide to the Manners and Mores of the Gilded Age" serves as a guide to manners as well as an insight to Mrs.
'I've been doing this 'panata' (vow) for three years,' said Mores, a Cavite native.
With morality, such as it is, being taught not at home but at school, where instructions bow to whomever funds them, mores have sunk to an all-time low.
James Loftus in action at Stadt Mores Park MICK CHARMAN
The fourth requirement for informed consent--that of requiring it not to be contra bonos mores, i.e.
Q: How much of that is changing social mores, and how much is technological change that allows people to route around censorship?
In The Ethics and Mores of Race: Equality After the History of Philosophy, Naomi Zack aims at filling in some of the lacunas in the traditional canon.