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|14. More. Belongs. to. Marriage. than. Four. Bare. Legs. in. a. Bed. George Fox's |
marriage to Margaret Fell took place at the end of the 1660s. The union marked a
personal culmination, even if it did not change his life very much. Marriage is an ...
|Marriage makes or mars a man. 22. Marriages are made in heaven. 23. Marriage |
is destiny. 24 . Keep your eyes wide open before marriage, and half shut
afterwards. 25. More belongs to marriage, than four bare legs in a bed. 26. A
|Samuel Butler MARRIAGE Keep your eyes wide open before marriage, and half |
shut afterwards. ... Ambrose Bierce Marriage is more than four bare legs in a bed
Hoshang N. Akhtar Marriage is a great institution, but l'm not ready for an ...
|16 “There is more to marriage than four bare legs in a bed.” Sam is lying on our |
bed while Tom and I get ready for the school party tonight. He tells me that his
next project is about the Middle Ages and wonders if we can shed any light on
|More belongs to marriage than four bare legs in a bed ; which is nothing but a |
translation from what is said currently by the modern Italians, viz. Inauzi i1
maritare, Abbi l' habiture. And so the Scots further say, Ne'er seek a wife till you
hae a ...
|Marriage. from. QuotationsBook.com. A woman seldom asks advice before she |
has bought her wedding clothes. - Addison, Joseph When a match has equal
partners then I fear not. - Aeschylus Marriage is more than four bare legs in a bed
|More afraid than hurt, he.* More belongs to marriage than four bare legs in a bed. |
" Ye speak right well, guidmnn, but ye maun mend your hand, And think o'
modesty, gin ye'll no quat your land. We are but young", ye ken, and now we're
|Why should a foolish marriage vow, That long ago was made, Constrain us to |
each other now When pleasure is decayed? DRYDEN, Marriage a la Mode All
men are ... More belongs to marriage than four bare legs in a bed. THOMAS
|It was one of her family's mottoes that marriage must provide more than 'four bare |
legs in a bed'. A marriage, in other words, must bring with it other advantages.
Katherine Howard was schooled in all the arts and tricks that might appeal to the
|I tried hard to think of some comforting words of wisdom, but except for my |
grandmother's tart maxim, “There's more to marriage than four bare legs in a bed,
” I was stumped; and I didn't think that one was appropriate just then, so I said