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Calling for a spade
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And in a world where we no longer call a spade a spade but a multi-purpose topsoil cultivator, we need characters not cardboard cut-outs.: Perhaps he has matured amazingly since telling the media he would call a spade a spade, and, if necessary, whack his opponents over the head with it.: But in these less shockable times we are more likely to call a spade a spade. Saint Paul pulls no punches – and it is little wonder that others literally pulled no punches with Saint Paul. However constantly beaten, he could not hold his tongue and never hesitated to call a spade a spade. This rare and holy candor is seldom encountered today. Christ told us plainly, “Blessed is he that shall not be scandalized in Me.” 1 And yet we are!
There are several initiatives coming up but unfortunately they end up becoming commercial initiatives. We need initiatives, which are really active, which are strong, people who are not afraid to call a spade a spade because this country needs more crusaders, more whistle blowers. People who can Author: Shilpi Sachdeva. An oddity is that "to call a spade a spade is a mistranslation." The original was a line that the classical Greek writer Plutarch wrote some years ago about the Macedonians. He intended much the same idea — suggesting that the Macedonians were too crude and unsubtle a people to do anything other than use blunt words — but he used the.
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CALLING A SPADE A SPADE A must read. The famous statement "Call A Spade A Spade" came to be by someone's observation that the spade and the shovel were either wrongly called or used interchangeably and saw the need for each to be designated properly Today it has either become a caution or advice dependant on the intent of the speaker.
"To call a spade a spade" entered the English language when Nicholas Udall translated Erasmus in Famous authors who have used it in their works include Charles Dickens and W. Somerset. About the Book “it’s called a spade” is a reference to calling life like it is instead of hiding the tough stuff and pretending like everything is fine.
It’s a collection of Calling for a spade book about life, about people and God, recovery and relapse, heartache and brokenness, and the reality that life is hard, even if you believe in God, even if you Author: JJ Barrows.
He was awarded the Geoffrey Dearmer Prize for his poem ‘from calling a spade a spade‘ and served as Associate Poet at the Institute of Contemporary Arts from Autumn to Spring His first full-length collection, Kumukanda, is forthcoming from Chatto & Windus.
To call a spade a spade is to speak plainly - to describe something as it really is. What's the origin of the phrase 'Call a spade a spade'. It might be thought that this derives from the derogatory use of the slang term 'spade', meaning Negro, an American term originating in the 20th century.
Calling a spade a spade. Rashid's book, Taliban: Militant Islam, Oil and Fundamentalism in Central Asia (), was a New York Times bestseller for five weeks, was translated into 22 languages. “The man who could call a spade a spade should be compelled to use one.” ― Oscar Wilde.
Calling a Spade, a Spade Angelo Stagnaro. I can forgive them for calling any, and all, popes, the “Anti-Christ(s)” and “Whores(s) of Babylon.” Luther removed seven books and parts of three others from the Old Testament―the fullness of which is called the Septuagint and was used by Christ himself when he walked among us.
Speak frankly and bluntly, be explicit, as in You can always trust Mary to call a spade a spade. This term comes from a Greek saying, call a bowl a bowl, that was mistranslated into Latin by Erasmus and came into English in the s. Essay: Calling a Spade a Spade – Charlotte Grimshaw on the Literary Phenomenon of Karl Ove Knausgaard Charlotte Grimshaw | Guest writer An Author: Charlotte Grimshaw.
Calling a Spade a Spade-Book Review Posted by MG under African American, Black, book, Book Review | Tags:black america, Black People, Book Review, financial, guidebook, karen hunter, Nannie Helen Boroughs, race, social commentary, Stop Being Niggardly: And Nine Other Things Black People Need to Stop Doing |  Comments.
call a spade a spade speak plainly or bluntly, without avoiding issues which are unpleasant or embarrassing. A variation on this phrase, dating from the early 20th century and used for humorous emphasis, is call a spade a shovel.
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The original quote says something like "Call a spade a spade and a niggard a niggard". Niggard is an archaic term for a stingy or ungenerous person and has nothing to do with black people or the N-Word. But over the years this has been mistakenly viewed as a racist term and by association, so has spade.
Calling a spade a spade above no one’s pay grade Louie J 18 Comments On 29 April, Bergoglian News Agency published an interview with Robert Spaemann, a renowned professor of philosophy who served as a papal advisor during.
I know you feel torn between being sensitive to strongly held beliefs and calling a spade a spade. It is quite a dilemma, with little middle ground, which you navigate quite well. Keep plugging away at it. The 3-story universe reminds me of John Robinson’s classic book entitled “Honest to God.” Log in to Reply.
It's the missing portion of the Call, listing the arrival times of 6 or 7 boats. Spade Circles the line that reads: " A.M.—La Paloma from Hongkong." Spade makes two phone calls, one to Tom to arrange a lunch, and the other to District Attorney Bryan, who had left a message with Effie that he wanted to see Spade.Full text is unavailable for this digitized archive article.
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