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|... but you're deceiving me. As a Chinese idiom goes, guo4 he2 chai1 qiao2, that |
is, one tears down the bridge after crossing it. You're ungrateful. ... As F. P. Dunne
says, don't jump on a man unless he's down. JEN-LONG: Boy, you look goofy.
|601 Propaganda is the art of persuading others of what you don't believe yourself|
. Abba Eban 602 Never believe ... Headline in Vancouver Province, June 21,
1978 608 Don't jump on a man unless he's down. Finley The Third and Possibly ...
|The Greater Detroit Building Trades Council says the Don't jump on a man unless |
he's down. FINLEY PETER DUNNE (MR. DOOLEY) stimulus comes from the
Associated Builders and Contractors, which started 442 FREEDOM IN THE ...
|1,882 Don't jump on a man unless he's down. —Finley Peter Dunne (1867–1936) |
1,883 Just because your voice reaches halfway around the world doesn't mean
you are wiser than when it reached only to the end of the bar. —Edward R.
|They know they don't have much time before their spouses hunt them down and |
give them hell. ... I have talked with many women who thought they had met their
Mr. Wonderful, only to discover too late that he wasn't ... So, ladies don't jump to
conclusions until you associate with your man over a longer period of time.
|WELL now I don't know how to begin with my Prophecy. and I l of eyes. ... |
ridiculous, and you might burn your mouth like the man in the South eating the
road to Norwioh—no he wuldn't eat a road, could he P-that's not right. ... would
strike a lady deserves to be hanged-but I don't mean that sort white wall, better
stop it up, eh P-stnp, the crack comes you won't jump. II ell, he won't Wm, unless
he's thrown down on the table, and you can't throw a horse on a table, though
you can a pony.
|DON'T run after a stranger's hat when blown off, unless it is a better one than your |
own. Don't run up hills or bills. Don't run down the War Office—it will run down of
itself, if left to time. ... Don't jump together in this temperature, not even if you are a
great wit. ... Here he may renew acquaintance at first-hand with the drawings of
G. R. HALKETT–no stranger to Mr. Punch's ... and dealing largely with these two
men-of-the-hour, this little exhibition may well hope to profit by their popularity.
|Compiled By Shahida Anjum The lady walked haughtily into the restaurant with |
her dog and sat it down on the chair beside her. Then she ... "Well, I don't think
much of it either. ... Stendhal Don't jump on a man unless he's down. - Finley
|I don't know how to begin with my Prophecy, aud I almost wish that Mr. Punch |
hadn't asked me to do it for him, ... and you might burn your mouth like the man in
the South eating the ; road' to Norwich— no, he couldn't eat a road, could he ... \t
ell, only one horse can win^ that is quite certain, and he must be the winner,
unless he comes in after another ; then he '11 ... Well, he won't win, unless he's
thrown down on the table, and you can't throw a horse on a table, though you can
|“Don't jump into something legal with a smooth-talking, good-looking man. |
Unless he's loaded,” she added. “Is yours?” “Is my—Oh.” Maddy ... She glanced
down to where her drooping philodendron sat under the bench. “I've got to