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|The proverb was first recorded in 1638 in Penkethman, Artachthos. brevity is the |
soul of wit When you tell a joke or make a speech, you are most likely to please
or impress your listeners if you keep it as short as possible; used to discourage ...
|WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE Brevity is the soul of lingerie. — DOROTHY PARKER |
NOUNS 1 conciseness, concision, brevity, briefness, shortness; laconism or
laconicism, succinctness, pithiness, crispness, compactness; terseness, curtness,
|For a page of underwear she chose a line from Shakespeare, “Brevity is the soul |
of wit,” to which she applied a fashionable twist: “From these foundations of the
autumn wardrobe, one may learn that brevity is the soul of lingerie.” Producing ...
|Shakespeare's view of humor was “brevity is the soul of wit.” Dorothy Parker's |
view of erotic apparel was “brevity is the soul of lingerie.” And Frank Lloyd
Wright's view of architecture was “less is more.” One Midwesterner also
concurred with a ...
|Like your friend Dorothy Parkersaid, 'Brevity is the soul of lingerie!'" Penny took |
the dress from Mater, the precious dress with its silk chiffon rufflesand handmade
lace, flapped it likea bed sheet. And steppedintoit. Mater realized itwasa show for
|Intimate Apparel Advertising Brevity is the Soul of Lingerie. Dorothy Parker, 1934 |
In August 1936,S. H.Camp,president of Camp Corsets of Jackson,Michigan, a
leading manufacturer of “scientific corsets,”purchased a model of a female body ...
|LINGERIE Brevity is the soul of lingerie. — DOROTHY PARKER 1893-1967 |
Having hooked up O's bodice in front, [she] began to lace it up tight in the back.
The bodice was long and stiff, stoutly whale-boned as during the period when
|(It may even be that Parker's apho- risms—'Brevity is the soul of lingerie'—are the |
poems.) But in her introduction to Complete Poems, the biographer Marion
Meade sug- gests that the Great Depression leavened a light touch for the better:
|Dennis Roth "Brevity is the soul of lingerie." — Dorothy Parker "It is my ambition |
to say in ten sentences what other men say in whole books - what other men do
not say in whole books." Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche "Brevity and conciseness ...
|... soon to perish, has two edges, one of laughter, one of anguish, cutting the |
heart asunder. —VIRGINIA WOOLF (1882–1941) •ENGLISH NOVELIST,
ESSAYIST, AND CRITIC. •. “LINGERIE” • Brevity is the soul of lingerie. —