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" He used to say that it was impossible to find a man who had never done wrong, in the same way as there was always some worthless seed in a pomegranate. On one occasion he provoked Nicodromus, the harp-player, and received a black eye from him ; so he... "
Lives of the ancient philosophers - Página 240
de François de Salignac de La Mothe- Fénelon - 1825 - 284 páginas
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The Lives and Opinions of Eminent Philosophers

Diogenes Laertius - 1853 - 488 páginas
...thighs; and as he expressed his indignation at this, he said, " Why, do they not belong to you as well as your knees?" He used to say that it was impossible to find a man who had never done wrong, in the same way as there was always some worthless seed iu a pomegranate....
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The lives and opinions of eminent philosophers, tr. by C.D. Yonge

Diogenes (Laertius) - 1853
...thighs; and as he expressed his indignation at this, he said, " Why, do they not belong to you as well as your knees?" He used to say that it was impossible to find a man who had never done wrong, in the same way as there was always some worthless seed in a pomegranate....
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Wisdom, wit, and whims of distinguished ancient philosophers ...

Joseph Banvard - 1855 - 408 páginas
...thighs ; and as he expressed his indignation at this, he said, " Why, do they not belong to you as well as your knees?" He used to say that it was impossible to find a man who had never done wrong, in the same way as there was always some worthless seed in a pomegranate....
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