Have a small Sullivan first: it's the royal road to
The lover has no talent, no skill, which passes for quite nothing with his enamoured maiden, however little she may possess of related faculty; and the heart which abandons itself to the Supreme Mind finds itself related to all its works, and will travel a royal road to
particular knowledges and powers.
There's no royal road to
learning; and what is life but learning
The driveway is the royal road to
the home, and many people look to install gates to separate their territory from the broader roadway, as well as provide enhanced protection and deterrents against prospective offenders.
Fazal added that Pakistan is a self-sufficient and independent state and we should not indulge in inferiority complex, adding that we will have to overcome these weaknesses and the royal road to
get rid of these, is to take all the stakeholders along.
They cover elements of Hilbert space theory, Sobolev lattices, linear partial differential equations with constant coefficients, linear evolution equations, some evolution equations of mathematical physics, a royal road to
initial boundary value problems.
To paraphrase Euclid, there is no royal road to
THE ROYAL ROAD TO
JOY: THE BEATITUDES AND THE EUCHARIST.
For that reason, he wrote, "the interpretation of dreams is the royal road to
a knowledge of the unconscious activities of the mind.
The royal road to
a spiritual identity for many post-boomers is through personal experience, not doctrine.
The Museo Rural Posta de Sisacate integrates the chains of postas that linked the ancient royal road to
In 1971, when novelist Stephen Amidon was 12 years old, he moved with his family from suburban New Jersey to Columbia, Maryland, a "model town" founded on the idea that comprehensive, centralized city planning opened the royal road to
improved quality of life.
Euclid gave his oft-quoted reply, ``There is no royal road to
Historically, education has been the vehicle by which minority groups have entered the mainstream of American life, and education is likely to remain the royal road to
satisfying and productive professional careers and personal lives.
Who would deny that liberals them selves have also planned and paved the royal road to
this "end" of history?