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George Herbert

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The eyes have one language everywhere
GEORGE HERBERT
The eyes have one language every where.
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If the people were to ever find out what we have done, we would be chased down the streets and lynch...
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But language is malleable, and it is not always on the side of truth. This is something every writer...
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An animal's eyes have the power to speak a great language.
MARTIN BUBER
Herbert Hoover versus Al Smith in 1928 was one of the dirtiest elections in American history.
JOSEPH CUMMINS
An animal's eyes have the power to speak a great language.
MARTIN BUBER
When the eyes say one thing, and the tongue another, a practiced man relies on the language of the f...
RALPH WALDO EMERSON
When the eyes say one thing, and the tongue another, a practised man relies on the language of the f...
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Clover['s] eyes are full of language.
ANNE SEXTON
Herbert has been an inspiration to us, ... It took courage for Herbert to do what he has done and to...
CARL JOHNSON
I have two eyes, and I go to see the ice.
DEYTH BANGER
George Clooney sort of lost his 'George Clooney-ness' the first day I met him. He's not ...
SHAILENE WOODLEY
They're the eyes and ears of the community. We can't be everywhere all the time.
CAROL ANDERSON
I like you; your eyes are full of language."

[Letter to Anne Clarke, July 3, 1964.]
ANNE SEXTON
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SHANE CLAIBORNE
I majored in geology in college but have majored in Herbert Hoover ever since.
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Feast of George Herbert, Priest, Poet, 1633 If I be bound to pray for all that be in distress, su...
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Will GWB be the (Herbert) Hoover of his age?
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Evil witnesses are eyes and ears of men, if they have souls that do not understand their language.
HERACLITUS
Jane Heard.
ONE
I'm about as Chinese as Herbert Hoover.
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To Alef, the letter
that begins the alphabets
of both Arabic and Hebrew-
two Semitic ...
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No matter how close, you are always too far. My eyes are drawn everywhere you are...
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Philosophy is written in that great book which ever lies before our eyes ... We cannot understand it...
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You know you are in love when you see the world in her eyes, and her eyes everywhere in the world.
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Mrs. Dole's prospects have not changed. If Elizabeth Dole cannot beat George Bush, no one can.
ARI FLEISCHER
I'm about as Chinese as Herbert Hoover.
PAUL MUNI
We kept gazing into each other’s eyes, rest was history, we kept talking in body language.
PUSHPA RANA
Three things define you: your eyes,your body language , your aptitude.
DR ANIL KUMAR SINHA
The first one I actually met was George Harrison,
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Language is a more recent technology. Your body language, your eyes, your energy will come through t...
PETER GUBER
The Revolution will be complete when the language is perfect.
GEORGE ORWELL
I have eighteen titles in the German language. I had a number one song in 1965.
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RAVI SHANKAR
My Sihaya,’ he said as he held her, ‘I have loved you for five thousand years.
BRIAN HERBERT
When the heart is down and the soul is heavy, the eyes can only speak the language of tears
IKECHUKWU IZUAKOR
The One Lord permeates all. The One Lord is pervading everywhere.
SRI GURU GRANTH SAHIB
There is only one universal language; the language spoken by the heart…love.
DR NIRVADHA SINGH
George the Third / Ought never to have occurred. / One can only wonder / At so grotesque a blunder.
ERIC BENTLEY
We came out of the gate intuitively thinking that you have to be local to connect with the audience....
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Memories and possibilities are even more hideous than realities.
H.P. LOVECRAFT
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Music knows only one language - the soul's.
MARIANA FULGER
We have to do the best we can with the language and concepts we inherit and not worry about obtainin...
WILLIAM H. MCNEILL
Whene'er with haggard eyes I view This dungeon that I'm rotting in, I think of those companion...
GEORGE CANNING
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BARRY KAYE
With every fragment of rock that fall from me, I can hear the voice of Marianne Engle. I love you. A...
ANDREW DAVIDSON
One may have good eyes and yet see nothing.
ITALIAN PROVERB
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TUCKER CARLSON
When one flower blooms spring awakens everywhere
JOHN O'DONOHUE
One may have good eyes and yet see nothing
ITALIAN PROVERB
Today, Japan is one of the few countries in the world where one hears laughter everywhere.
DAVID DOUGLAS DUNCAN
Unless things change radically, President Bush will be the first President since Herbert Hoover to h...
TIM JOHNSON
On what rests the hope of the republic? One country, one language, one flag!
ALEXANDER HENRY
Both the good & the evil successes have one thing in common,they only understand the language called...
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It is uncommon to fire all six shots of a revolver with great suddenness when one would probably be ...
H. P LOVECRAFT
My final three were George Mason, George Mason, George Mason. I'm glad I chose George Mason.
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We have a George Foreman grill on the bus.
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If language had been the creation not of poetry but of logic, we should only have one.
FRIEDRICH HEBBEL
Mastery of language affords one remarkable opportunities.
ALEXANDRE DUMAS
Accuracy of language is one of the bulwarks of truth
ANNA JAMESON
Misfortunes do not flourish on one path, they grow everywhere.
AMERICAN INDIAN PROVERB
If language had been the creation not of poetry but of logic, we should only have one
HEBBEL
Accuracy of language is one of the bulwarks of truth.
ANNA JAMESON
One can't carry one's father's corpse about everywhere.
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We find beauty in love, as love is everywhere. However, it all depends on the eyes that see what rea...
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Like two single gentlemen rolled into one. - George Colman ("The Younger"),
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I can go everywhere and no one recognises me.
JIM DAVIS
I like eggs and bacon," George tells me. "But" - his face clouds - "do you know that bacon is" - tea...
HUNTLEY FITZPATRICK
Emily looked into his eyes. They were blank, unreadable. That was the worst kind of person, the scar...
LISA UNGER
Look at an infantryman's eyes and you can tell how much war he has seen
WILLIAM HENRY
Tears are the noble language of eyes, and when true love of words is destitute. The eye by tears spe...
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Everywhere is within walking distance if you have the time.
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Language is always the companion of Empire and Empire . . . is one Monarch and one Sword.
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People have lots of relatives everywhere.
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Everywhere is walking distance if you have the time.
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The Wolfe must dye in his owne skinne. [The wolf must die in his own skin.]
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Better never begin than never make an end.
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To a boyling pot flies comes not. [To a boiling pot flies come not.]
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The offender never pardons.
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The buyer needs a hundred eyes, the seller not one.
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Good words are worth much, and cost little.
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Valour that parleys is near yielding.
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To a crazy ship all winds are contrary.
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A coole mouth, and warme feet, live long. [A cool mouth, and warm feet, live long.]
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Many kiss the hand they wish cut off
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A tyrant is most tyrant to himself
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Light burthens, long borne, growe heavie. [Light burdens, long borne, grow heavy.]
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Buy at a faire, but sell at home.
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Better speake truth rudely, then lye covertly.
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Better spare to have of thine own, then aske of other men.
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Benefits please like flowers while they are fresh.
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Being on sea saile, being on land settle.
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Autumnall Agues are long, or mortall.
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An Idle youth, a needy Age.
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An Asse endures his burden, but not more then his burden.
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All things in their beeing are good for something.
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All things have their place, knew wee how to place them.
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Folly growes without watering.
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Fine words dresse ill deedes.
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Feare keepes the garden better then the gardiner.
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Farre shooting never kild bird.
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Faire language grates not the tongue.
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Every day brings his bread with it.
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Emptie vessels sound most.
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He that can stay obtaines.
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He that beleeveth all, misseth; hee that beleeveth nothing, hitts not.
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He lives unsafely, that lookes too neere on things.
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Great almes-giving lessens no mans living.
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Good workemen are seldome rich.
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Good words quench more then a bucket of water.
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Good is god, but better carries it.
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If you loose your time, you cannot get mony nor gaine.
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If the staffe be crooked, the shadow cannot be straight.
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If the braine sowes not corne, it plants thistles.
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If a good man thrive, all thrive with him.
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I had rather ride on an asse that carries me, then a horse that throwes me.
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Helpe thy selfe, and God will helpe thee.
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Hee wrongs not an old man that steales his supper from him.
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Hee will spend a whole yeares rent at one meales meate.
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Hee that would be a Gentleman, let him goe to an assault.
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Stay a while, that we may make an end the sooner.
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Speake not of a dead man at the table.
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Service is no Inheritance.
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Send a wise man on an errand, and say nothing unto him.
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Say no ill of the yeere, till it be past.
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Ready mony is a ready Medicine.
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The Citizen is at his businesse before he rise.
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The cholerick man never wants woe.
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The chiefe disease that raignes this yeare is folly.
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The Chicken is the Countries, but the Citie eats it.
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When all men have what belongs to them, it cannot bee much.
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When a knave is in a plumtree he hath neither friend nor kin.
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Though the Fox run, the chicken hath wings.
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There were no ill language, if it were not ill taken.
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The wind in ones face makes one wise.
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The vertue of a coward is suspition.
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The thread breakes, where it is weakest.
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An oath that is not to bee made is not to be kept.
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He that will take the bird, must not skare it.
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He that lives most dies most.
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Marry your sonne when you will; your daughter when you can.
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Marry your daughters betimes, lest they marry themselves.
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Many kisse the hand they wish cut off.
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Love makes a good eye squint.
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New things are fair.
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Who hastens a glutton choakes him.
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We Batchelors laugh and shew our teeth, but you married men laugh till your hearts ake.
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Water trotted is as good as oates.
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Warre makes theeves, and peace hangs them.
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Warre and Physicke are governed by the eye.
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Ty it well, and let it goe.
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True praise rootes and spreedes.
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Where there is no honour, there is no griefe.
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When you enter into a house, leave the anger ever at the doore.
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Where your will is ready, your feete are light.
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'Tis not the fight that crowns us, but the end.
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Thus woe succeeds a woe, as wave a wave.
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You must strike in measure, when there are many to strike on one Anvile.
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You cannot make the fire so low but it will get out.
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Wood halfe burnt is easily kindled.
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All are not merry that dance lightly.
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Advise none to marry or goe to warre.
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A snow yeare, a rich yeare.
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A penny spar'd is twice got.
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A naughty child is better sick then whole.
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A mans discontent is his worst evill.
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Dry feet, warme head, bring safe to bed.
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Dry bread at home is better then rost meate abroad.
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Dogs are fine in the field.
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He that hath lands hath quarrells.
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He that goeth farre hath many encounters.
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He that gaines well and spends well, needes no count booke.
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He that tells a secret is anothers servant.
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He that takes not up a pin, slights his wife.
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He that sowes trusts in God.
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He that riseth first, is first drest.
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He that endures is not overcome.
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Little dogs start the Hare, the great get her.
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Litle stickes kindle the fire; great ones put it out.
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Life without a friend is death without a witnesse.
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Jest not with the eye or with Religion.
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In the kingdome of a cheater the wallet is carried before.
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In the husband wisedome, in the wife gentlenesse.
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In sports and journeys men are knowne.
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In every country dogges bite.
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In doing we learne.
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It's an ill councell that hath no escape.
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It is the Philosophy of the Distaffe.
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It is good to hold the asse by the bridle.
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It is better to have wings then hornes.
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Infants manners are moulded more by the example of Parents, then by stars at their nativities.
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The little cannot bee great, unlesse he devoure many.
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The house is a fine house, when good folks are within.
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The Smith and his penny both are black.
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The reasons of the poore weigh not.
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The ofspring of those that are very young, or very old, lasts not.
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The noise is greater then the nuts.
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The miserable man makes a peny of a farthing, and the liberall of a farthing sixe pence.
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The masters eye fattens the horse, and his foote the ground.
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The March sunne raises but dissolves not.
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A Lyons skin is never cheape.
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A long tongue is a signe of a short hand. [A long tongue is a sign of a short hand.]
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A little with quiet is the onely dyet.
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A jade eates as much as a good horse.
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