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Charles Edward Jerningham - The importance of anything in the world is precisely the importance which we attach to it ourselves.
  • Charles Edward Jerningham
    Charles Edward Jerningham
    English aphorist 1854-1921
    Charles Edward Jerningham
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    The importance of anything in the world is precisely the importance which we attach to it ourselves.
    Source: The maxims of Marmaduke
The importance of anything in the world is precisely the importance which we attach to it ourselves. by: Charles Edward Jerningham
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The importance of anything in the world is precisely the importance which we attach to it ourselves.
- Charles Edward Jerningham
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