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Wide will wear, but tight will tear.

Author: Proverb

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The best mirror is an old friend.

Author: Proverb

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All things are becoming to good people.

Author: Proverb

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Be not deceived with the first appearance of things, for show is not substance.

Author: English Proverb

Profession: Sayings of British Origin

A dimple on the chin, the devil within.

Author: Gaelic Proverb

Profession: Sayings of Gaelic Origin

A little man often cast a long shadow.

Author: Italian Proverb

Profession: Sayings of Italian Origin

Chins without beards deserve no honor.

Author: Spanish Proverb

Profession: Sayings of Spanish Origin

People have been so busy relating to how I look, it's a miracle I didn't become a self-conscious blob of protoplasm.

Author: Robert Redford (1937)

Profession: American Actor, Director, Producer

We see things as we are, not as they are.

Author: Leo Rosten (1908-1997)

Profession: Polish Born American Political Scientist

No person who is well bred, kind and modest is ever offensively plain; all real deformity means want for manners or of heart.

Author: John Ruskin (1819-1900)

Profession: British Critic, Social Theorist

Appearance rules the world.

Author: Johann Friedrich Von Schiller (1759-1805)

Profession: German Dramatist, Poet, Historian

There are no greater wretches in the world than many of those whom people in general take to be happy.

Author: Seneca (4 B.C. 65 A.D.)

Profession: Spanish-born Roman Statesman, philosopher

I don't consider myself bald, I'm just taller than my hair.

Author: Tom Sharp

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How little do they see what is, who frame their hasty judgments upon that which seems.

Author: Robert Southey (1774-1843)

Profession: British Author

I have told you of the Spaniard who always put on his spectacles when about to eat cherries, that they might look bigger and more attempting. In like manner I made the most of my enjoyment s: and through I do not cast my cares away, I pack them in as little compass as I can, and carry them as conveniently as I can for myself, and never let them annoy others.

Author: Robert Southey (1774-1843)

Profession: British Author