'Tis use alone that sanctifies expense And splendor borrows all her rays from sense.
'Tis use alone that sanctifies expense, And splendour borrows all her rays from sense.Alexander Pope
Variant translations: The original style is not the style which never borrows of any one, but that which no other person is capable of reproducing.françois-rené de chateaubriand
In the long run an opinion often borrows credit from the forbearance of its patrons.Henry James
The Hyderabadi art and architecture of the 18th and 19th Centuries is eclectic which imbibes the Mughal cultural traits and traditions on the one hand and borrows freely from the Western art traditions on the other, which had come into vogue in Hyderabad after the construction of the British Residency in 1806 A.D. The Hyderabadi artists, however, did not fail to draw inspiration from their own soil, may it be architecture, painting, dress and ornaments for which the city was famous.
In the long run an opinion often borrows credit from the forbearance of its patrons.
Fascism, at any rate the German version, is a form of capitalism that borrows from Socialism just such features as will make it efficient for war purposes.george orwell
Adversity borrows its sharpest sting from impatience.