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|For among the blind, he that has one eye is a Prince. 1732: Fuller, 2137, He that |
has but one eye is a prince among those that have none. 1822: Scott, Fam.
Lellen,n 147(1894), Thepurblindis a king you know among the blind. 3. Woe to
|(English) A blind man's wife needs no makeup. (Spanish) A blind person who |
sees is better than a seeing person who is blind. (Persian) Among the blind, the
one-eyed man is king. (Chinese) Among the blind, the squint rules. (Indian)
Better to ...
|No one really knows, but the geological evidence suggests that the US might be |
counting its chickens before they're hatched. optimism In the COUNTRY of the
blind, the one-eyed man is king 'A little wit, among foolish people, will pass a man
|In the country of the blind, the one-eyed man is king. (APP 209; ODEP 428; EAP |
246; CODP 43; MP 350; DAP 56) 1887 But the one-eyed man is king among the
blind. (p. 321) Royce, Josiah. The Feud ofOakfield Creek: A Novel of California ...
|among the blind a one-eyed man is Polish: Czech: 411 English: German: Dutch: |
Danish: Norwegian: Swedish: Latin: b) ... blind men the one-eyed is f ) in the of
the blind the one-eyed is g) in the land of the blind the one-eyed man is king a)
|Stories in the Travelman Short Stories series take the reader to places of mystery, fantasy, horror, romance, and corners of the universe yet unexplored.|
|Two symbols are here brought together, not in a comparison by which the one, as |
unfamiliar, shall be clarified in its relation to the other as the ... Foss' remarks on
the proverb "Among blind men the one-eyed is king" seem to me excellent.
|The 16th-century Dutch Renaissance humanist scholar Desiderius Erasmus (|
71466^ 1536) commented that "It is well known that among the blind, the one-
eyed man is king." Applying this to Risk Identification. the message is clear.
Ronald L. Troxel, Kelvin G. Friebel, Dennis Robert Magary - 2005 - Preview
|This variant of Among the blind the one-eyed is king is embedded in the |
historical romance in pseudo- prophetic form attributed to Neferti, an Egyptian
sage from the Middle Kingdom Twelfth Dynasty (19901785 b.c.e.). As part of an
|... comfort at all) that everybody now writes as he does; some, of course, worse, |
and that among the blind the one-eyed is king. Indeed, we allow him too much
when we grant him one eye; but we do this willingly, because Strauss does not