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|Many hands make light work. . . 1 330: Sir Beres (E.E.T.S.), l. 3352, Ascopard be |
strong and sterk, Mani hondes maketh light werk. 1401: in Wright, Pol. Poems,ii
106 (Rolls Ser., 1861), Yit many hondis togider maken ligt werk. c. 1460: Hoir the
Jennifer Speake - 2008 - 400 pages
|our destinies may fairly be termed 'elitistes'. choice; fate and fatalism MANY |
hands make light work Cf. HESIODWorks & Days 380 more hands mean more
work; ERASMUSAdagesII. iii. 95 multae manus onus levius reddunt, many hands
Bartlett Jere Whiting - 1977 - 555 pages
|1747 Stith History 56: Such Provisions as ... served them from Hand to Mouth, 82: |
Careless of every thing, but just from ... 1674 Josselyn Account 182: Many hands
make light work, many hands makes a full fraught, but many mouths eat up all.
|What does the saying 'many hands make light work' mean? (When lots of people |
help to complete a task—e.g. cleaning up at the end of an art lesson—we share
the workload.) We use our hands to express ourselves in many ways. Can you ...
|The point here is the much more commonplace one that 'many hands make light |
work'. The problem in being alone is not the profound one of having no one for
whom to care, no goal which makes one's work meaningful and worthwhile, but ...
|Many hands make light work. The strcat() function returns the pointer that is the |
first argument, so you could combine the last two statements in the previous
fragment into one: cout << strcat(str1, str2) << endl; The wcscat() function
|OF MANY HANDs.” Many hands make light work: many hands? yea, mark ! Ye |
must say thus: many light hands make light wark. “ OTHERWISE.” Many hands
make light work: no Work is 'signed thee; Thou canst not work; thy hands be
|make up for lost time many hands make light work □ They hurried on to make up |
for lost time. □ Our losses will have to be made up with more loans. □ You must
make up the time you wasted this afternoon by working late tonight. 6. shtroj ...