A Collection of Anglicisms, Germanisms, and Phrases of the English and German Languages

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Henschel, 1871 - German language - 244 pages
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Page 151 - The heart of fools is in their mouth : but the mouth of the wise is in their heart.
Page 121 - ... that what is bred in the bone will never out of the flesh, and no doubt but this love was bred in the bone, even in the jaw-bone.
Page 59 - The smoke of a man's own house is better than the fire of every insult, lest he incur his creditors
Page 109 - John-a-dreams ; ttrie — lit'ta'.ut, like old wickedness; »aS 4>4l*d)«n nil^t lets nen will/ letnt ^ant. nimmetmebt/ prov. what is not learned in youth will not be learned in age.
Page 145 - A cold May and a windy, Makes the barn fat and findy ; means that it stores the barn with plump and firm grain.
Page 122 - When the cat's away, the mice will play. A cat may look at a king.
Page 205 - Where the will is ready, the feet are light. Where there's a will there's a way.
Page 145 - May is wet and blows his horn, it's a very good \ sign for hay and corn.
Page 164 - I would not do it for anything. „ , ,. I would not do it for all ЗФ »Urbe ee Um ïeWen the world.
Page 179 - That is not fit for him. The wise man accommodates himself to the times. That which suits one, does not suit another. , ie |фerjеп ! ' ' ö *) ©r fфеut ïetne 9Jlüke. . "") 3)a

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