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Mulan is the story of 1,500 years of shifting ideas about gender and virtue.

They also found, by analyzing speeches from Senate floor proceedings coded for virtue and vice signals,6 that United States senators were higher in the Dark Triad than the general population—which makes sense, given how competitive politics can be.

I’ve spent a good bit of my career arguing for the virtues of solitude.

Now, declared covid vulnerable by virtue of age, I was not just alone but afraid.

Interestingly enough, by virtue of this very unobtrusive nature of the Pilos helmet, it was also used by lighter troops, such as the archers employed by Athens.

There's no virtue in riding behind a donkey if you can own a carriage.

The Root of EvilThomas Dixon

When virtue imbues the one, health and strength appear to wait on the other.

Patience is no virtue of mine, and so far from appearing disposed to amend them, you daily multiply your errors.

Virtue indeed he regarded simply as a trick by which clever hypocrites imposed upon fools.

The men, by virtue of working in the open air, worry through with it better.

Ginger-SnapsFanny Fern

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