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|A dead man feels no cold. Rec. dist.: Ill. 2. A dead person is wept for for seven |
days; ... No man is dead till he's dead. Rec. dist.: N.Y., S.C. 1st cit.: 1942Beeding
... Call no man HAPPY till he is dead. / Don't give up HOPE till hope is dead. /
|We might feel sorry for the dead man, for his family and loved ones, but that is all. |
Aristotle ... cannot be transitory, lures us back to another piece of sage-like
wisdom, quoted again and again in Greek literature: call no man happy till he's
|happy at 12:01, although you might well have a stab of pain at 12:00 noon and |
none at 12:01. "Call no man happy until he is dead," King Darius of Persia said—
which doesn't mean that he's happy when he is dead, but that you can't be sure
|That is, In Pain and Anguilh altogether troublesome y Not only to my Friends, but |
to my self. Ultima semper Expettanda dies ... That is, No Man can be call'd Happy
till he's dead, Tis the last Hour denominates tha Life. If you tell an Italian, such a ...
|That isy In Pain, and Anguish, altogether troublesome Not only to my Friends, but |
to my self. Ultima, semper Expect ... Ovid, That isy No Man can be call'd Happy till
he's dead, 'Tis the last Hour denominates the Life. If you tell an Italian, such a ...
|Oh no man happie, till his ende be seene. ... We must exspect of man the latest |
day, Nor e'er he die, he's happie, can we say. ... 9 Call no man happy till he dies
is the motto .. suggested by the career of Dom Pedro [emperor of Brazil]. 1967C.
S. FORESTERHornblower & Crisis 163 'Call no man happy until he is dead.' .
|... call no man happy till he dies the child is father of the man clothes don't make |
the man clothes make the man dead men don't bite dead men tell no tales a dog
is a man's best friend don't hit a man when he's down don't judge a man until you
|Genevra's Money, 4, 'Happy', said some foolish proverbialist, 'are the dead that |
the rain rains on'. Happy is the child ... We must exspect of man the latest day,
Nor e'er he dies, he's happie, can we say. 1891 : Times, 5 Dee., 9, Call no man
happy till he dies is the motto . . . suggested by the career of Dom Pedro.
|"I have laid him on the bed," he whispered, "but he's quite dead, and what is to he |
done I do not know. ... Leaving Alice weeping and helpless as a child, the two
men provided themselves with coal-hammers and shovels, ... so well, that no
suspicion ever bghted on the felon's grave until the present time, a/ter an interval
of more than fifty years. ... Maria, however, was a very happy child, though she
durst not make a noise any where except in her own play-room, at the top of the
|I thank you, my kind Madaline ; I will do as you desire me, though no where is |
there any rest for me. ... He's at school. Y. Jl. And he had better stay there, I trow, if
he has not a mind for as sound a beating as ever fell to the share of a sorry .... Ha
! where have those brains been stored up all this while, which he now brings into
use for the first time 7 •• Call no man happy till he be dead," says the old proverb.