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|A hundred years cannot repair a moment's loss of honor. - Proverb Ease and |
honor are seldom bedfellows. - Proverb Quit not certainty for hope. - Proverb A
misty morning does not signify a cloudy day. - Proverb Better to be known as a
|Ease and honor are seldom bedfellows. Faint praise is disparagement- |
Gathering of riches is a pleasant torment. Hasty resolutions seldom speed well.
Idleness is the greatest prodigality. Jest not with the eye, nor with religion. rood
|Bacchus has drowned more than Neptune- Care noi tor that which you never can |
possess. Death is -leef and will hear no denial. Ease and honor are seldom
bedfellows. Faint praise is disparagement. Gathering of riches is a pleasant
|Mr. Mitchell's experience accorded with the adage which declares that ease and |
honor are seldom bedfellows. He had not made his excavations like the grave-
diggers of the Cardiff giant, by night and in secret. The neighbors who helped in ...
|Mr. Speaker, I rise today to honor my friend and colleague, the gentleman from |
Ohio (Mr. Hall), as he prepares to accept the nomination ... The proverb that says
"Ease and honor are seldom bedfellows," applies to no one more than Tony Hall.
|Early to rise has virtues three : "lis healthy, wealthy, and godlie. — Version in a |
16th Century MS. Early up, and never the nearer. (R.) Earth is the best shelter. (R.
) Ease and honour are seldom bedfellows. Easier said than done. Aiae a dire est
|a pot may make a lid"; "The best patch is off the same cloth " ; " Break not eggs |
with a hatchet " ; " Ease and honour are seldom bedfellows"; "Stretch your legs
according to your coverlet " ; " Pin not your faith on another's sleeve"; "As a man is
|Ease and honour are seldom bedfellows. 6. False friends are worse than open |
enemies. 7. Good intentions will not justify evil. 8. Half a loaf is better than no
bread. 9. Idleness is the parent of want and shame. 10. Joyful hearts defy the
doctor. il ...
|Ease and honour are seldom bedfellows. Eith keeping the castle that's no |
besieged. Either live or die wi' honour. Either the tod or a fern bush. [" Spoken to
silly people when they speak with uncertainty." — Kelly.] Enough is as gude as a
|Thoughts on Honor Raymond Dignum, Rotarian Electrical Engineer Kingston, |
Ont., Canada The purest treasure mortal times afford Is spotless reputation; that ...
For remember, it has been truly said: "Honor and ease are seldom bedfellows.