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Ecclesiasticus 11:27

“The affliction of an houre, maketh a man forget pleasure: and in his end, his deeds shalbe discouered.”

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The affliction of an hour maketh a man forget pleasure: and in his end his deeds shall be discovered.
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  • John nader for verse 7
    Quoted by Learned Hand. It is profound. It is reflected in what the common law calls "natural justice" and more lately "procedural fairness."

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