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Wiseman

Nicholas Patrick Stephen. 1802--65, British cardinal; first Roman Catholic archbishop of Westminster (1850--65)
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A fool seemeth this wise man with his forty thoughts: but I believe he knoweth well how to sleep.
In those days almost anyone who was not a perfect bonehead could set up as a Wise Man and get away with it.
We might put it--' began the Wise Man perseveringly.
It is easy to turn everything into ridicule," said Laura resolutely; "but you will not find it quite so easy, Count Fosco, to give me an instance of a wise man who has been a great criminal.
If I could give you an instance, it would not be the instance of a wise man.
There was another stillness, and then the tall man resumed: "Do you mean that when a wise man has to hide a real diamond he has been known to hide it among sham ones?
He said: "Yes; the wise man hides a pebble on the beach.
By SRIRAM BHARATAMA wise man and his disciple were walking across a deserted village, where they met a poor family.
But despite Ken's enthusiastic singing, wise man Terry Walton, 74, soon nods off.
A Wise Man Taught Me How to Defy Gravity and Now I'll Teach You
A fool flatters himself, a wise man flatters the fool.
In the far-off Land of Oohs and Ahs, the citizens ask the Wise Man how they can celebrate Easter.