„837. Words are women, deedes are men.“

Jacula Prudentum (1651)

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1593 - 1633

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„Words are women, deeds are men.“

—  Augustine Birrell British politician 1850 - 1933

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„Words are deeds.“

—  Ludwig Wittgenstein Austrian-British philosopher 1889 - 1951

Worte sind Taten.
Fonte: Culture and Value (1980), p. 50e

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„Fail I alone, in words and deeds?
Why, all men strive and who succeeds?“

—  Robert Browning English poet and playwright of the Victorian Era 1812 - 1889

"The Last Ride Together", line 67 (1859).

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„Deeds, not words.“

—  John Fletcher English Jacobean playwright 1579 - 1625

The Lover's Progress (licensed 6 December 1623; revised 1634; published 1647), Act iii. Sc. 4. Compare: "Deeds, not words", Samuel Butler, Hudibras, part i, canto i, line 867.

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„It's deeds we need, not words.“

—  Vasil Levski Bulgarian revolutionary 1837 - 1873

To Lyuben Karavelov, January 27, 1872

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„I believe in deeds, not words.“

—  Tamora Pierce, livro Alanna: The First Adventure

Fonte: Alanna: The First Adventure

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„Justice is a constant uprightness in words and in deeds.“

—  Alexander Hume

Four Discoveries of Praise to God, eds. ‎C. Matthew McMahon and ‎Therese B. McMahon (Puritan Publications, 2012), Ch. 2, p. 28

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„The beautiful word begets the beautiful deed.“

—  Thomas Mann, livro A Montanha Mágica

Fonte: The Magic Mountain (1924), Ch. 4

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„Words that do not match deeds are unimportant.“

—  Ernesto Che Guevara Argentine Marxist revolutionary 1928 - 1967

As quoted in Seeds of Revolution: A Collection of Axioms, Passages and Proverbs, Volume 1 (2009) by Iam A. Freeman

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„Be both a speaker of words and a doer of deeds.“

—  Homér, Iliad

IX. 443 (tr. Andrew Lang).
Iliad (c. 750 BC)
Original: (el) Μύθων τε ῥητῆρ' ἔμεναι πρηκτῆρά τε ἔργων.

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„For words
Live longer down the years than deeds.“

—  Pindar Ancient Greek poet -517 - -437 a.C.

Nemean 4, line 6; page 213. (473 BC?)
Original: (el) ῥῆμα δ᾽ ἑργμάτων χρονιώτερον βιοτεύει

„I like business because it rewards deeds and not words.“

—  William Feather Publisher, Author 1889 - 1981

"Why I Like Business" in Manitowoc Herald-Times (21 July 1927), p. 3 http://www.newspapers.com/newspage/8420770/
Contexto: I like business because it is competitive. Business keeps books. The books are the score cards. Profit is the measure of accomplishment, not the ideal measure, but the most practical that can be devised.
I like business because it compels earnestness. Amateurs and dilettantes are shoved out. Once in you must fight for survival or be carried to the sidelines.
I like business because it requires courage. Cowards do not get to first base.
I like business because It demands faith. Faith in human nature, faith in one's self, faith in one's customers, faith in one's employees.
I like business because it is the essence of life. Dreams are good, poetical fancies are good, but bread must be baked today, trains must move today, bills must be collected today, payrolls met today. Business feeds, clothes and houses man.
I like business because it rewards deeds and not words.
I like business because it does not neglect today's task while it is thinking about tomorrow.
I like business because it undertakes to please, not to reform.
I like business because it is orderly.
I like business because it is bold in enterprise.
I like business because it is honestly selfish, thereby avoiding the hypocrisy and sentimentality of the unselfish attitude.
I like business because it is promptly penalized for its mistakes, shiftlessness and inefficiency.
I like business because its philosophy works.
I like business because each day is a fresh, adventure.

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„Each crisis brings its word and deed.“

—  John Greenleaf Whittier American Quaker poet and advocate of the abolition of slavery 1807 - 1892

The lost Occasion, reported in Bartlett's Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. (1919)

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„475. Fine words dresse ill deedes.“

—  George Herbert Welsh-born English poet, orator and Anglican priest 1593 - 1633

Jacula Prudentum (1651)

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