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When he dies he is praised as a demi-god, and his monument records every thing but his vices.
THE WORKS OF WILLIAM COWPERWILLIAM COWPER
His mode of life is imitated by the wealthy natives; his vices are mimicked by every young Bengalee baboo.
GREATER BRITAINCHARLES WENTWORTH DILKE
Seneca said that vices were maladies, among which Zeno catalogued love, as Plato did crime.
But these vices of Athens are the vices of all eminent states, monarchic or republican—for they are the vices of the powerful.
ATHENS: ITS RISE AND FALL, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
Cats often show that they possess some of the vices as well as some of the virtues of human beings.
STORIES OF ANIMAL SAGACITYW.H.G. KINGSTON
Then follow earnest admonitions to shun the vices of their former state of heathenism, and cultivate all the graces of the Spirit.
COMPANION TO THE BIBLEE. P. BARROWS
They are a wholly distinct class from the enslaved women who are set apart to minister to the vices of the British soldiers.
THE QUEEN'S DAUGHTERS IN INDIAELIZABETH W. ANDREW
At the long row of vices the smiths are hammering and filing away with careful dexterity.
RIDES ON RAILWAYSSAMUEL SIDNEY
Thus men form intentions of virtue that they may enjoy their vices in peace.
ADVENTURES IN THE MOON, AND OTHER WORLDSJOHN RUSSELL RUSSELL
Cock-fights, introduced in the country about a century ago, are to-day one of the vices of the people.
AN EAGLE FLIGHTJOS RIZAL