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- noun Plural form of
- noun Those
remainingafter one or more people or items have left, or done something else, or been excluded.
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Oh, if you know any others *like Klingon name or any others*, please share.
In short, whenever any thing is done which universal experience shews to be hurtful _to ourselves_, (not to others) it is invariably denominated an act "contrary to common sense;" but whenever it involves hurt _to others_, it takes another character, and becomes a breach of the "moral sense."
We can get the good of our disability by conscientiously driving home the principle that in order to 'love others as ourselves' we must learn to _love ourselves as we love others_.
There are officers who are real good fellows, and of these I will tell presently; but there are others -- _heaps of others_.
Meanwhile they please themselves with this zealous pursuit, and even dare to judge all others, whom they do not see adorned with such a glittering display of works; while, if they had been imbued with faith, they might have done great things for their own and others salvation, at the same cost which they now waste in abuse of the gifts of God.
Certainly, he that hath a satirical vein, as he maketh others afraid of his wit, so he had need be afraid of others memory.
_We are doing the most for ourselves and for others when we are in a position which calls into play in the highest possible way the greatest number of our best faculties; in other words, we are succeeding best for ourselves when we are succeeding best for others_.
"And to ourselves we joined those deserving men, _Shakspere_, Hemings, Condell, Phillips, and others, _partners  in the profittes of that they call the House_; but _makeing the leases for twenty-one yeares hath been the destruction of ourselves and others_, for _they dying at the expiration of three or four yeares of their lease, the subsequent yeeres became dissolved to strangers, as by marrying with their widdowes and the like by their children_."
Ancient rishis and a few others were said by _others_ to have possessed it.
This doubles the reward, by spreading their praise; but the backwardness parents shew in divulging their faults, will make them set a greater value on their credit themselves, and teach them to be the more careful to preserve the good opinion of others, whilst they think they have it: but when being exposd to shame by publishing their miscarriages, they give it up for lost, that check upon them is taken off, and they will be the less careful to preserve others good thoughts of them, the more they suspect that their reputation with them is already blemishd.