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Wolfgang Mieder, Stewart A. Kingsbury, Kelsie B. Harder - 1992 - 710 pages
|Plain DEALING; is dead, and died without issue. / Call no man HAPPY till he is |
dead. / Don't give up HOPE till hope is dead. / Don't pay for a dead HORSE.
When the HORSE is dead, the cow gets fat. A good JAP is a dead Jap. / A LAZY
man is ...
Emanuel Strauss - 1998 - 491 pages
|call not the devil, he will come fast enough — 727 Sp: Pol: Cz: 724 il ne faut |
remettre ä demain ce qu'on peut faire le jour meme a lo que ... neodklädej na
zitfek zitra je taky den Eng: call me not an olive till you see me gathered call no
man happy till he dies don't halloo till ... 725 Eng: call no man happy before he
dies count no man successful until he is dead judge none blessed before his
death let no one ...
|"No more?" " Thank God, no." " And you have been happy ? "My wife and I don't |
quarrel more than once a day on an average. 'Call no man happy till he be dead'
says the old Greek : I'd change the sentence and say, 'Call no man happy till his ...
|638–559 B.C.), who told the wealthy King Croesus, “Call no man happy before |
he dies, he is at best but fortunate.” Compare Sophocles (c. ... end of his life
without suffering grief.” Variant of this proverb: call no man happy till he is dead.
Jennifer Speake - 2008 - 400 pages
|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.' . . He was seventy-two, and yet there was still time ...
|Death is the end of all. 19. A dead bee makes no honey. 20. There is hope from |
the mouth of the sea, but none from the mouth of the grave. 2 1 . The evening
crowns the day. 22. Praise a fair day at night. 23. Call no man happy till he dies.
|This universality is one good reason why the decor is always kept so bare in |
Sarraute, and why the dramatis personae remain ... ('Call no man happy till he be
dead,' said the Greeks; 'Call no man anything till he be dead' is Sarraute's more ...
Charles Haddon Spurgeon - 2009 - 382 pages
|If you would get a fair estimate of the happiness of any man, you must judge him |
in these two closely connected things, his life and his death. The heathen Solon
said, “Call no man happy until he is dead; for you know not what changes may ...
|But blessed be God, there is one place where death is not life's brother, where |
life reigns alone; “to live,” is not the first ... The heathen Solon said, “Call no man
happy until he is dead; for you know not what changes may pass upon him in life.
|To say that he is not flourishing is, at best, a black joke. Similarly, 'Call no man |
flourishing until he is dead' does not sound too well either, yet it is Solon's saying,
that we should call no man happy until he is dead, that introduces Aristotle's ...