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|Little drops of water, little grains of sand, / Make the mighty ocean and the |
pleasant land. / Thus the little minutes, humble though they be, / Make the mighty
ages of eternity. F. S. Osgood. Little enemies and little wounds must not be
|Proverb Little enemies and little wounds must not be despised. - Proverb Kind |
words are worth much and they cost little. - Proverb Kings have many ears and
eyes. - Proverb Who knows most believes least. - Proverb The law helps those
|Let the cobbler make the shoes. * Life is short, art is long. * Like father, like son. /|
Like mother, like daughter. /Like teacher, like pupil. * Listen and silent are spelled
using the same letters. * Little enemies and little wounds must not be despised.
|... like son Little enemies andlittle wounds must not be despised Little pitchers |
have bigears Little strokes fell great oaks Constant dropping wears away a stone
Live fortoday for tomorrow never comes Long absent,soon forgotten Look after
|Lips however rosy must be fed. 6489. Listen at a hole, and you'll hear news of |
4609. yourself. 6026. Listeners hear no good of themselves. 7725. Little and
often fills ... _ Little enemies and little wounds are not to be despised. 6316. Little
|Little and good.— (Fr.) Xaptc /latoio-t'- djr^6€t.— There is grace it) small things. — |
(Greek.) Little and goo 1. ... Littlo boats must keep the shore ; Larger Bhips may
venture more. ... Little enemies and little wounds are not to be despised.
|The greatest burdens aro not the gain- fullest (R.) (See" Light gains," p. 817) Little |
bantams are great at crowing. Little boats must keep the shore ; Larger ships may
venture more. ... Littlo enemies and little wounds are not to be despised.
|Lynes, Russell A graceful taunt is worth a thousand insults. - Nizer, Louis Even |
rabbits insult an dead lion. - Proverb Little enemies and little wounds must not be
despised. - Proverb He who puts up with insult invites injury. - Proverb, 3 The ...
|But this must be taken into account, and such reasoning must be repelled, |
because, if we do not store up in good time a ... For just as material wealth
increases if the lovers of it do not despise even the smallest gains, so is it also
with the spiritual. ... Even so now, beloved Theodore, because the enemy has
shaken thee a little from thy position, do not thou give thyself an ... For if you saw
a soldier returning wounded from war you would not reproach him; for it is a
reproach to cast away ...
|They exaggerated-— as did the Federals— the size and losses of the enemy, |
insisted their opponents had been ... and, "hopefully the little affair should teach
our generals not to despise the enemy as supremely as some do... although our
men are willing to "do or die' when called upon. ... Despite the trauma suffered by
those who were wounded and killed there and the sadness of their loved ones,