E. L. Magoon1754
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- Unjustifiable detraction always proves the weakness as well as meanness of the one who employs it. To be constantly carping at, and exaggerating petty blemishes in the characters of others, putting an unfavorable construction on their language, or "damning with faint praise" their deeds, betrays, on the part of the detractor, a conscious inability to maintain a reputable standing on legitimate and honorable ground. permalink
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