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1856 - 136 pages
|1 976 Early to bed and early to rise makes sure you get out before her husband |
arrives. ... Considering the linguistic awareness to sexism in everyday language,
it should not be surprising that there is some objection to the gender-specific
noun "man" in the traditional proverb. ... From 1969 stems the variant "Early to
bed, early to rise, makes a girl healthy, wealthy and wise," yet the term "girl" is not
at all ...
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Bartlett Jere Whiting - 1977 - 555 pages
|1783 J Adams in Warren- Adams Letters 2.206: A man does not sleep on a Bed |
of Roses. ... 1735 Franklin PR 2.9: Early to bed and early to rise, makes a man
healthy wealthy and wise, 1758 WW 342, 1779 Writings 7.382: Early to bed and ...
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|and easy," and that they understand wealth as merely the necessary means for |
enjoying the real ends of leisure society. "Early to bed and early to rise, makes a
man healthy, wealthy and wise." Health, wealth, and wisdom — this combination
|1990 "But you've made your bed, and you must lie in it." (p. 64) Perry, Anne. |
Bethlehem Road. 1990. New York: Ballantine Books, 1991. Early to bed, early to
rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise. (APP 21; ODEP 211; EAP 24;
|I'll bet he made an “A” in penmanship back in grade school. Guess he doesn't like |
computers very much. I didn't have ... Early to bed and early to rise makes a man
healthy, wealthy, and wise.” He did pause long enough to give everybody a ...