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taking 19
talent 1
talented 3
talents 27
talk 4
talked 1
tan-chû 1
Frequency    [«  »]
27 receive
27 sent
27 still
27 talents
27 wife
26 large
26 leave
Mencius
Meng Tzu

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talents

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1 3 | said to him, 'Do men of talents and worth likewise find 2 4 | advances to office men of talents and virtue only as a matter 3 4 | say, -- "This is a man of talents and worth," you may not 4 4 | say, -- "This is a man of talents and virtue," neither may 5 4 | say, -- "This is a man of talents and virtue," then examine 6 4 | think that he is a man of talents and virtue. By such men 7 6 | ruler give honour to men of talents and virtue and employ the 8 9 | ruler who is endowed with talents and virtue will be gravely 9 15| Mean, and employed men of talents and virtue without regard 10 18| î was able, as a man of talents and virtue, reverently to 11 18| he had not been a man of talents and virtue? As to selling 12 18| shall we say that a man of talents and virtue did it?'~ 13 19| scholar's honouring virtue and talents, not the honouring them 14 19| called giving honour to talents and virtue. The rightness 15 20| be pleased with a man of talents and virtue, and can neither 16 20| honouring of virtue and talents proper to a king or a duke."'~ 17 20| information, or because of his talents and virtue,' was the reply. ' 18 20| do so? If because of his talents and virtue, then I have 19 20| refusal to go, when a man of talents and virtue is summoned in 20 20| prince wishes to see a man of talents and virtue, and does not 21 22| not men of distinguished talents and virtue only who have 22 23| employing men of virtue and talents; -- how can it rest with 23 23| there are now no men of talents and virtue. If there were, 24 24| if men of distinguished talents were placed in office: then 25 26| perfects, and some of whose talents he assists the development.~ 26 26| him who presumes on his talents, nor him who presumes on 27 27| Anciently, men of virtue and talents by means of their own enlightenment


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