April 2007
Forbes Asia;4/23/2007, Vol. 3 Issue 7, p76
The article presents proverbs about honesty quoted from notable personalities. Quotes from George Washington, Thomas Otway, Frederick Douglas, John Ruskin, George Herbert, Lewis Carroll, B. C. Forbes, William Shakespeare, Raymond Chandler, Jerome K. Jerome, Margot Asquith and Lady Mary Worthy Montagu are presented.


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