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SOCRATES: Yes, certainly, Anytus; and many good statesmen also there always have been and there are still, in the city of Athens.
SOCRATES: And must not he then have been a good teacher, if any man ever was a good teacher, of his own virtue?
He would, at any rate, have desired to make his own son a good man and a gentleman; he could not have been jealous of him, or have intentionally abstained from imparting to him his own virtue.
And now good Reynold Greenleaf," said the cook, "we may as well settle this brave fight we have in hand.
But the good are just and would not do an injustice?
Then I suppose that we ought to do good to the just and harm to the unjust?
He was a good deal knocked about, but soon came to himself.
Neither the darkness, nor the plunge in the subterranean river, nor the roll down the slope, had been able to separate Good and his eye- glass.
I knew what my companion said was true, and I wished that every young horse had as good masters as Farmer Grey and Squire Gordon.
Of course we sometimes came in for good driving here.
That will we presently see," quoth Robin, "and meanwhile stand thou where thou art, or else, by the bright brow of Saint AElfrida, I will show thee right good Nottingham play with a clothyard shaft betwixt thy ribs.
And thou pratest like a coward," answered the stranger, "for thou standest there with a good yew bow to shoot at my heart, while I have nought in my hand but a plain blackthorn staff wherewith to meet thee.