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|(2) The early worm gets the bird. (3) You're always on the wrong end of the train. (|
Eugene Gramm, New York, New York.) Grandma Soderquist's Conclusion. A
chicken doesn't stop scratching just because the worms are scarce. (Letter from ...
|It's complainers like that who give all of us a bad name and convince others that |
Ventura's black hole theory just might be ... period, the number of students
plummeted 125 A Chicken Doesn't Stop Scratching Just Because Worms Are
|But in scarcity there is opportunity and as the old saying goes, 'A chicken doesn't |
stop scratching just because worms are scarce'. Mwamba took full advantage of
the situation in Zambia and slowly built up a business that thrived because of ...
|Don't get discouraged if your search doesn't pan out right away. Remember, a |
chicken doesn't stop scratching just because worms are scarce. Strengths Things
that people frequently compliment or praise me about: Things that people ask me
B. J. Hateley, B. J. Gallagher - 2001 - 120 pages
|—Shirley Williams Only through trial and suffering is the soul strengthened. —|
Helen Keller A chicken doesn't stop scratching just because worms are scarce. —
Anonymous We don't know who we are until we see what we can do. —Martha ...
|Do not argue with the critics, just pray for them and encourage them to reason |
honestly with God, then God will give them a ... with him, he can help: 1- 2 -
Journal Notes: “A chicken doesn't stop scratching just because worms are scarce.
|A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush means that something guaranteed is |
worth a lot more than just a promise. This ancient Greek saying ... OF. WISDOM. "
A chicken doesn't stop scratching just because worms are scarce." Anonymous ...
|Austen, Jane A chicken doesn't stop scratching just because worms are scarce. - |
Axiom, Grandma Men fear death as children fear to go in the dark; and as that
natural fear in children is increased with tales, so is the other. - Bacon, Francis It
|It is a better plan to buy a good strong reflector. A hen doesn't stop scratching just |
because the worms are scarce. The man who complains that he is overworked
seldom is. The man who has a peck of trouble seldom hides it under a bushel.
|It Would only take the courage and combined efforts of a few manufacturers to |
inaugurate such a movement. ... They have laid off salesmen; they have stopped
or reduced their advertising; they have simply resigned themselves to inaction
and, of course, to pessimism. If a hen knows enough to scratch all the harder
when the worms are scarce, surely business men. who are supposed to possess
a moderate ... The Silverton store. will be looked after by Mr. Norris Ames. doesn't
. the job.