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|A young man idle, an old man needy. Cavanliginda avaraliq edan qocaliginda |
özgalara niöhtac olar, 55. Young men think old men fools, old men know young
men to be so. Cavanlar ela bilir, qocalar, qocalarsa ela düsünür ki, Cavanlar ...
|That man that waits for an opportunity to do much at once, may breathe out his |
life in idle wishes, and finally regret his useless intentions and barren zeal — a
young man idle, an old man needy. Idleness travels very leisurely along, and ...
|3325. j/f&iuiru Lfl«o3einLWgj,ju(u>, Though an innocent lad, he plays the old |
man. 1450, 1535. ... Young men think old men fools, but old men know that young
men befools." 3328. (%ft? ... A young man idle, an old man needy." 3332. Qpfyeir
|Sawr/f Though an innocent lad, he plays the old man. 1450, 1535. " Grey head on |
green ... Young men think old men fools, but old men know that young men
befools." 3328. 1%»? ... A young man idle, an old man needy." 3332. &<b(yar
|“If you lie upon rose: when young, you'll tie upon thorns when old." “ If youth lrnew |
what age would crave, it would both get and save." “ A young man idle, an old
man needy." 3332. 3333. 33343335. 3336. 3338. 3339. 3340. CHILDREN.
|... A young man idle, an old man needy ; " " An idle head is a box for the mind ; " "|
Idle brains are tlie devil's workshop ; " " Idle folhs have most labour ; " " Idle men
are the devil's playfellows." If you are interested in the farm or the garden and the
|Spanish Pr. Men are usually tempted by the devil: but an idle man tempts the |
devil. lb. A busy man is troubled with but onedevil, but the idle man with a
thousand. The pains we take ... felt. , A young man, idle ; an old man, needy and
|A needy man's budget is full of schemes. A penny saved is twice ... A young man |
idle, an old man needy. Abundance, like want, ruins many. Add not trouble to the
grief-worn heart. Affectation is at best a deformity. Affectation is part of the ...
|A slothful man hideth his hand in his bosom, and will not so much as bring it to |
his mouth again." " The sluggard will not plow ... "A young man idle, an old man
needy;" for " He becometh poor that dealeth with a slack hand." " Drowsiness
|Idle folks have the most labour. Some say, Idle people take the most pains, Idle |
folks lack no excuses. A young man idle, an old man needy. Giovane otioso,
vecchio bisognoso. Ital. Do jeer poor folks, and see how 'twill thrive. No jesting