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|These sermons will give Spiritual growth and encouragement. Jeffrey Hunter lives in Columbia, South Carolina where he pastored for serveral years.|
|This classic Christmas story by the author of Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm features a child as memorable and charitable as Dickens|
|Birds. of. a. Feather. Flock. Together. S- S = LEGEND: ** meaning alternative !! |
origin ** people of similar character, views, taste, background or interests
associate with one another ** people belonging to the same group or class ** you
|Birds of a feather. 1791 S.P.L. Thoughts 77: Birds of a feather flock together. 1792 |
Pope Tour 12: Evincing well, that Birds of a Feather, Always chirp and flock
together. 1793 Echo 98: When e'er they're found, like birds of equal feather, I'll lay
|As a cliche it has been common since the nineteenth century and is still popular |
today. It is an allusion to the proverb birds of a feather flock together meaning that
people of like tastes and character tend to stick together. The proverb has been ...
|An individual bird faces the opposite direction with its feathers puffed out, a |
pleased expression on its face and a highly priz.ed worm hanging from its mouth.
The proverb 'Birds of a feather flock together' is contrasted to the modified
|The proverb originated in Isaac Watts's Divine Songs for Children (1715): “Birds |
in their little Nests agree;/And 'tis a shameful Sight,/When Children of one Family/
Fall out, and chide, and fight.” birds of a feather flock together People tend to ...