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|George Latimer Apperson Martin H. Manser, Stephen J. Curtis. Great talkers |
Great talkers are great liars. 1736: Bailey, flirt., s.v. 'Talker'. Great talkers are like
leaky pitchers, everything runs out of them. 1855: Bohn, 366. Great torch may be
|... Great Liar, Great Talker, and Great Gossip; and finally to the very personal |
drama of Mambi and the crocodile, which is marked by their intense awareness
of each other. Mambi the hunter is set up as a clearly redemptive figure; he is
|(R.) (See "Great minds.") Great wits will jump. Good words and no deeds. Good |
words without deeds Are rushes and reeds, ffc. ... A great talker, a great liar.— (Fr.
) Grosse SchwatzcrsmdgemeinlglicliXugner. — Great talkers are commonly liars.
|Good wits jump. (E.) (See "Great minds.") Great wits will jump. ... (Dutch.) (See "|
Much bruit," "Great talkers," and " Much cry," etc.) Great businesses turn on a little
pin. ... A great talker, a great liar. — (Fr.) Grosse SchwUtzersindgemeiuiglich ...
|a great talker, a great liar 237 Italian: Polish: Czech: Latvian: English: German: |
Danish: Latin: French: b) a gran buque, gran altura c) a gran gran puente d) a
gran seiior, honor a) gran nave, gran pensiero b) gran nave grand'acqua c) gran
|Better is one 'take it' than two 'you shall have' / One "take it" is more worth than |
two"thou shalthave it". Cf. Better to ... Great talkers are great liars. o Proverbs 10,
19 / Proverbes10,19 1879 The greatest TALKERSare the least doers. Les grands
|The sexes are pretty evenly divided on who are the better liars. Ability is, in fact, |
not a gender issue. But here are some obvious liars I put before you, for you to
consider: • All the leaders of the world there have ever ... Great talker, great liar.
|(Roman) Liar, Liars A great talker is a great liar. (French) A liar cango around the |
world but cannot come back. (Polish) A liar is not believed, even whenhe
speaksthe truth. (Roman) A liar never believes anyone else. (Yiddish) He who
|What we can talk about is...[Lockhart's] razor-sharp portrayal of a family for whom keeping up appearances is paramount and, ultimately, tragic."--The Chicago Tribune From the Hardcover edition.|
|s * * > . son that has it to be bold, proud, covetous, envious, luxurious, a liar and |
deceiver, vain glorious, unfortunate and ... A great and wide mouth shews a man
to be bold, warlike, shameless, and stout, a great talker, and as great a liar, and ...