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|Soul. 1. A little body often harbors a great soul. 2. A pensive soul feeds upon |
nothing but bitters. 3. A soul in a fat body lieth soft and is loth to rise. 4. As sight in
the eye so is the mind in the soul. 5. Corn is cleansed with the wind and the soul
|The best cure for sorrow is to pity somebody. 42. The bridge between joy and |
sorrow ... single spies, But in batallions. Shaks. 53. Whither goest thou, sorrow?
— whither I am wont. Sp. Soul. 1. A little body often harbors a great soul. Sorrow.
|(French) Literature The life of aman without literature is death. (Roman) Little A |
little barrel can give but little meal. (German) A little birdwants but a little nest. (
Arabian) A little body often harbors a great soul. (Arabian) A little force will break
|The best is what one has in his hands.” “Please, dear Lailak,” said Meralis, “tell |
me why you are here and why someone as small as me could possibly be of any
service to you?” “A little body does often harbor a great soul,” responded the ...
|like age make the happiest (best) marriage (Collections from 1639 [OW464a |
adds 1579, Wh B363 al450],7W) ... Shakespeare: 3H6 2.1.74, Jn. 3.4.17-9 B501
A little BODY does often harbor a great soul (heart) (H5, collections from 1611; ...
|John Garavaglia. “A little body doth often harbor a great soul.” Arabian Proverb |
Prologue An alien sun and a massive moon shone through.
|Little boats must keep the shore, larger boats may venture more. Nəhəng gəmilər |
üçün dərin dəryalar gərəkdir//Kiçik gəmilərin yerisə sahildir ki, sahildir. 82. A little
body often harbours a great soul//Little bodies may have great souls. See also ...
|a little and good fills the trencher 282 Lombard: Romansch: Polish: Czech: |
Hungarian: Estonian: English: German: d) ... a) a little and good fills the trencher
b) a little body often harbours a great soul c) a little bush may hold a great hare, a
|A lisping lass is good to kiss, 43. A little barrel can give but little meal. A little bird |
wants but a little nest. A little body often harbours a great soul. A little debt makes
a debtor, but a great one an enemy. A little fire burns up a great deal of corn, ...
|17 A house built by the wayside is either too high or too low. . 12 A hungry dog |
will eat dung . . . . . . . . ,11 A jade eats as much as a good horse . . . . . . 50 A little
body often harbours a great soul . . . . . . 48 A little fire burns up a great deal of