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" J his ordinary expenses ought to be * " It must be confessed that a pretended affection is not easily discernible from a real one, unless in seasons of distress. For adversity is to friendship what fire is to gold, the only infallible test to discover... "
The Letters of Marcus Tullius Cicero to Several of His Friends - 第 158 頁
Marcus Tullius Cicero 著 - 1808
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For Auld Lang Syne: A Book of Friendship

1911 - 106 頁
...delighting in our devotion to it. • — Charming. 11 A PRETENDED affection is not easily distinguished from a real one, unless in seasons of distress. For...discover the genuine from the counterfeit. In all other cases they both have the same common marks. — Cicero. A LITTLE peaceful home bounds all my wants...
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Cicero: A Sketch of His Life and Works

Hannis Taylor - 1916 - 615 頁
...is not easily distinguished from an one, unless in seasons of distress. For adversity is to friends! what fire is to gold — the only infallible test to discover the ger ine from the counterfeit. In all other cases they both have i same common marks. Tu, pro tua sapientia,...
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