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|Age: Old Age The old believe everything; the middle-aged suspect everything; |
the young know everything. Oscar Wilde ... Wilson Mizner (1876-1933) American
dramatist, wit A lady of a "certain age," which means Certainly aged. Lord Byron ...
|A modest amount of quotable attention was directed to old women in general and |
their problems (e.g. attractiveness; n = 48 each; the two topics were tied at ranks
10 and 11). A lady of a 'certain age', which means certainly aged (Lord Byron).
|1966 Don /uan There is a tide in the affairs of women. Which, taken at the flood, |
leads - God knows where. 1967 Don yuan A lady of a 'certain age', which means
Certainly aged. 1968 Don Juan Of all the horrid, hideous notes of woe. Sadder ...
|Bacon, Francis People of age object too much, consult too long, adventure too |
little, repent too soon and seldom drive business home to it's conclusion, but ...
Chesterton, Gilbert Keith A lady of a "certain age," which means certainly aged.
|Many and beautiful lay those around, Like flowers of different hue, and clime, and |
root, In some exotic garden sometimes ... A lady of " a certain age," which means
Certainly aged — what her years might be I know not, never counting past their ...
|And one by one her articles of dress Were laid aside ; but not before she ofl'er'd |
Her aid to fair Juanna, whose excess Of modesty declined the assistance profi'er'
d : Which pass'd well ... A lady of a “ certain age," which means Certainly aged ...
|Burns, George How beautifully leaves grow old. ... Buruch, Andre B. Of all the |
barbarous middle ages, that which is most barbarous is the middle age of man! it
is -- I really ... Byron, Lord A lady of a certain age, which means certainly aged. 10