Quote by William Shakespeare
In thy foul throat thou liest.
This quote suggests that the speaker believes the person they are addressing is telling a blatant lie. It conveys a strong sense of distrust or disbelief in the person's words. The phrase "in thy foul throat" adds to the intensity of the accusation, implying that the person is not only lying, but doing so in a distasteful or dishonest manner. Overall, it indicates a strong negative reaction towards the person being addressed and emphasizes the lack of trust in their words.
Beatbullying's 'The Big March 2012' is such a brilliant campaign and I am very proud to be a part of it. I have been a victim of cyber bullying myself and I know firsthand just how hurtful it can be. People think that they can hide behind computers and send nasty and hurtful comments to people, and this is wrong.
It is of the nobility of man's soul that he is insatiable: for he hath a benefactor so prone to give, that he delighteth in us for asking. Do not your inclinations tell you that the WORLD is yours? Do you not covet all? Do you not long to have it; to enjoy it; to overcome it? To what end do men gather riches, but to multiply more? Do they not like Pyrrhus the King of Epire, add house to house and lands to lands, that they may get it all?
You know, it's ironic to me that Christians want to keep the Ten Commandments in our schools, because Christianity has abrogated four of the Ten Commandments. For example, the Sabbath day according to the Ten Commandments is Saturday, not Sunday. And the reason is because God rested, not because Jesus was resurrected.