The poor gentleman has no way of showing that he is a gentleman but by virtue, by being affable, well-bred, courteous, gentle-mannered, and kindly, not haughty, arrogant, or censorious, but above all by being charitable; for by two maravedis given with a cheerful heart to the poor, he will show himself as generous as he who distributes alms with bell-ringing, and no one that perceives him to be endowed with the virtues I have named, even though he know him not, will fail to recognise and set him down as one of good blood; and it would be strange were it not so; praise has ever been the reward of virtue, and those who are virtuous cannot fail to receive
My daughter courts distinction from no one; and in her own character, and in her own sphere, will never fail to receive
the full proportion of that which is her due.''
The students should immediately contact the BISE Inter Branch, if they fail to receive
roll number slips by May 20, he added.
'It would amount to mistreatment if residents of any county fail to receive
government services because their county is denied funds,' Atandi said.
As HIV patients fail to receive
treatment like others for minor ailments, access to treatment for a disease as dangerous as HIV might be even less possible and difficult owing to the prejudice and social stigma attached to the disease.
Already many ordinary households fail to receive
their mail until mid-afternoon - something which was unthinkable just a few short years ago.
-- Oscar-winning actress Rita Moreno says she has a ready answer for those who ask why more Latinos fail to receive
If independent deputies fail to receive
their certificates, they cannot attend general assembly works," Sahin added.
The company further said that this refers to the election of directors in uncontested elections and their resignation policy addressing the "holdover" status of incumbent directors who fail to receive
the required majority vote.
Mr Vaughan added: "If WAG detects an error, the first a farmer may know about it is when they fail to receive
their Single Payment in December.
Not only did I fail to receive
an acknowledgement of my application but when, four weeks later I wrote to both College Principal and HR Director politely expressing my disappointment about this, I still have not had the courtesy of a reply to those letters either.
Why do so many patients fail to receive
a full and truthful explanation of what went wrong and hear their caregiver accept responsibility and apologize?