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Mandeville High School
... Mandeville High School is a Division 5A public high school, in Mandeville, Louisiana ... Mandeville is a suburban community within thirty miles commuting distance to the metropolitan area of New Orleans, LA ... Mandeville High School is a co-ed, public high school enrolling approximately 1,700 students in grades 9-12 ...
Mandeville Aerodrome
... Mandeville Aerodrome (ICAO NZVL) is an airport at Mandeville, New Zealand ... It is the home of the Croydon Aircraft Company which restores vintage aircraft, provides training scenic and aerial experience flights in vintage aircraft ...
Mandeville Canyon, Los Angeles
... Mandeville Canyon is a small community in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles, USA ... Its center is Mandeville Canyon Road, which begins at Sunset Boulevard and extends north towards Mulholland Drive, though it stops short of Mulholland and there is no automotive route between the two ... Mandeville Canyon Road is said to be the longest paved, dead end road in Los Angeles, at over 5 miles (8.0 km) ...
Mandeville, New Zealand - See Also
... Mandeville Aerodrome Croydon Aircraft Company. ...
Loreto Mandeville Hall
... Loreto Mandeville Hall Toorak is a Roman Catholic day school for girls in Toorak, a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia ... Road, Toorak and a junior school and a secondary school at Mandeville Crescent, Toorak ...

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    Because impudence is a vice, it does not follow that modesty is a virtue; it is built upon shame, a passion in our nature, and may be either good or bad according to the actions performed from that motive.
    —Bernard Mandeville (1670–1733)

    Thus every Part was full of Vice,
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    One good Man may take another’s Word, if they so agree, but a whole Nation ought never to trust to any Honesty, but what is built upon Necessity; for unhappy is the People, and their Constitution will ever be precarious, whose Welfare must depend upon the Virtues and Consciences of Ministers and Politicians.
    —Bernard De Mandeville (1670–1733)