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Page 337 - Tell me with whom thou goest, and I'll tell thee what thou doest.
Page 497 - Foxes, when they cannot reach the grapes, say they are not ripe (S.
Page 103 - The player who looks at any card belonging to the stock, is liable to have a suit called.
Page 178 - ... companion work. Their first book had been all about women ; the second book should be all about men. Accordingly they set to work selecting certain types that pleased them ; they wrote a fresh collection of pleasant essays and presented the reading public with "Wits and Beaux of Society". The one book is as good as the other ; there is not a pin to choose between them. There is the same bright easy, gossiping style, the same pleasing rapidity. There is nothing tedious, nothing dull anywhere....
Page 208 - Recht verloren; oü il n'ya pas de quoi le roi perd son droit; where nothing is to be had, the king must lose his right.
Page 5 - Ttfftnbe, vn satisfy, content; - fïg meb (£n, to compound, make a composition, come to an agreement, come to terms with one, to settle.
Page 93 - Ijugge pan en —, iitben man faac en îlijurevnt beraf, it is hard to make a silk purse of a sow's ear.
Page 263 - Tjn'Ulau' .Vinurb cube, idleness is the root of all evil, an idle brain is the devil's workshop, -gjeenger, c.