« I pay no attention whatever to anybody’s praise or blame. I simply follow my own feelings. »
- Frase celebre di Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart «Viviamo in questo mondo per imparare e per illuminarci l'un l'altro.» (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)
- plausive Definition: (adjective) Expressing or manifesting praise or approval. Synonyms: approbative, affirmative. Usage: Her father's plausive nod was likely as much praise as Jane would receive from her stoic parents. Discuss
- follow-up Definition: (noun) A subsequent examination of a patient for the purpose of monitoring earlier treatment. Synonyms: reexamination, review. Usage: Heather hated going to the doctor, but she knew it was important to go to her follow-up and make sure everything was healing properly. Discuss
- Alan Woods "Blame someone else and get on with your life."