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" looks much older than he is; for his face has had double the business of any other man's; it is never at rest; when he speaks one minute, he has quite a different countenance to what he assumes the next; I don't believe he ever kept the same look for... "
Good, bad, and indifferent, a book of jests - Seite 84
von Percival Keane (pseud.) - 1873
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Readings in English Prose of the Eighteenth Century

Raymond Macdonald Alden - 1911 - 724 Seiten
...to what he assumes the next. I don't believe he ever kept the same look for half an hour together in the whole course of his life; and such an eternal,...certainly wear out a man's face before its real time." "O yes," cried Mrs. Thrale, "we must certainly make some allowance for such wear and tear of a man's...
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Readings in English Prose of the Eighteenth Century

Raymond Macdonald Alden - 1911 - 724 Seiten
...to what he assumes the next. I don't believe he ever kept the same look for half an hour together in the whole course of his life; and such an eternal,...certainly wear out a man's face before its real time." "O yes," cried Mrs. Thrale, "we must certainly make some allowance for such wear and tear of a man's...
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The Life and Works of Thomas Sully 1783-1872

Edward Biddle, Mantle Fielding - 1921 - 411 Seiten
...what he assumes the next ; I don't believe he ever kept the same look for half an hour together in the whole course of his life ; and such an eternal...certainly wear out a man's face before its real time." Charles Kemble spoke from a long experience, when making his semi-playful retort to Sully : " These...
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Doctor Johnson: A Play

Alfred Edward Newton - 1923 - 120 Seiten
...remember that Garrick's face has had more wear and tear than any other man's, it is never at rest; such an eternal, restless, fatiguing play of the muscles...certainly wear out a man's face before its real time. Burney, my dear, I think I shall take a seat by your side. Dr. GOLDSMITH. I must speak to my host....
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The New Monthly Magazine, Band 64

1842
...what he assumes the next ; I don't believe he ever kept the same look for half an hour together, in the whole course of his life ; and such an eternal,...certainly wear out a man's face before its real time." An Unrlubablc Man. — The next name that was started, was that of Sir John Hawkins : and Mrs. Thrale...
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