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|Revolution Rich Revolution Revolutions are not made with rose water. (Roman) |
Reward ... (Roman) He is the best gentleman, who is the son of his own deserts. (
Roman) Men do not value ... (Italian) He is rich who owes nothing. (Italian) He is ...
|He who hath the longest fword, is always thought to be in the right. He who doth |
not rife early, never does a good day's work. He who hath good health is young,
and he is- rich who owes nothing. He who will have no judge but himfelf, ...
|The Jralian is wife before he undertakes a thing, the German while he i: doing it, |
and the Frenchman when it is over. J n prosperity we need ... He who hath good
health is young, and he is rich who owes nothing. If young men had wit, and eld ...
|QuotationsBook.com. He is rich who owes nothing. - Proverb, Hungarian |
Happiness is not a horse, you cannot harness it. - Proverb, Russian Be happy
while you're living, for you're a long time dead. - Proverb, Scottish There is no
|Menander He that maketh haste to be rich shall not be innocent. Bible, |
Proverbs 28:20 A man who wishes to be rich in a day will be hanged in a year.
Leonardo da ... Euripides A man is rich who owes nothing. French proverb
|If you want me to write for the rich I will say to them : ' Spare the poor your pity, |
they do not want it. Why not justice instead ... He pays them what he owes them ;
if he owes them nothing, he pays them nothing. That is honest. If the rich man ...
|There's nothing in the LOOKS of a lousy calf. / A NEGRO that can't sing ain't worth |
nothing. / There's nothing NEW under the sun. / If you can't put anything on the
PILE, take nothing off. / He is RICH who owes nothing. / SOMETHING tastes ...
|1788: Taim j Book of Pomall Fee, quoted in Bridge, Cheshire Proverbs, 62, He ... |
worked sometimes on weekly wages and sometimes good hand good ... 1855:
Bohn, 400, He who hath gixxl health is young; and he is rich w ho owes nothing.
|'We call that [132n hani- nah,' says Maimonides, ' which we bestow upon any |
man to whom we owe nothing.' In this sense does God bestow grace upon the
sinning children of men. He is rich in the donation of favors to which they have no