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|Sword 5544 As sharp as a Sword 1745 Brainerd Memoirs 259: The word of the |
Lord . . . sharper than a two edged sword. ... 5548 One Sword keeps another in
the scabbard 1747 Franklin Papers 3.203: For 'tis a wise and true Saying, that
One Sword often keeps another in the Scabbard. ... they will adopt the proverb,
which says, when the Sword of Rebellion is Drawn the Sheath should be thrown
|Poetry Group One Hundred Ninety-Third Posting 4/28/13 Zionism is racism |
Zionism is racism, Jew on Arab sadism: ... 4/22/13 *Line 1 by William F. Buckley,
Jr. One sword keeps another in the sheath* One sword keeps another in the
|One sword keeps another in its scabbard. Vars.: (a) One sword drawn keeps the |
other in the scabbard. (b) One sword often keeps another in the scabbard. (c)
One sword often keeps another in the sheath. Rec. dist.: Calif., Mich., N.Y. 1st cit.
|One man can lead a horse to the water, but twenty cannot make him drink. A man |
may well bring a ... One man may steal a horse, but another may not look over the
hedge. One man may ... One sword keeps another in the sheath. Un coltello fa ...
|12 Sword of Silence One sword keeps another in the sheath. —George Herbert |
The sword of silence is best captured in the imagery of a sword that remains
within its Scabbard. It is a sword contained and undrawn. The handle of this
sword is ...
|1 Variant of the expression “one sword keeps another in the sheath.” 2 An |
ointment or salve, here used figuratively. 3 Cut short, cut back (obsolete). 4 A
blustering gallant, one who makes himself a terror to the weak. 1 An implied
contrast to the ...
|Do not put a sword into your enemy's hands / It is ill puttinga swordina child's |
hand. 1872 One SWORD keeps another in the sheath. Un glaive, comme l'on dit,
ou couteau, fait tenir l'autre en son fourreau. 1873 They shall beat their SWORDS
|Non mettere il rasoio in mano adun fanciullo. Var.Donot put a sword into your |
enemy's hands / It is ill putting a sword in a child's hand. 2091 One SWORD
keeps another in the sheath. Una spada tien l'altra nel fodero. Un coltello fatener
|become frightened of each other and then, in their anxiety to strike first before |
anything is done to them, have done irreparable ... Sir Edward Cecil:
Commenting on a possible French invasion, 1628 One sword keeps another in
|and have one more slogan, this one of the U.S. Strategic air command: “Peace is |
our profession.” There could hardly be a balder ... George herbert had a neat
formulation: “One sword keeps another in the sheath.” and speaking of swords, ...