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|Elbert Hubbard (1856-1915) American author See MACHINERY; SCIENCE; |
Gallo on SOCIALISM Teeth She laughs at everything you say. Why? Because
she has fine teeth. Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790) American statesman, writer
|Dietrich, Marlene If you like a man's laugh before you know anything of him, you |
may say with confidence that he is a good man. - Dostoevsky ... Eastman, Max
She laughs at everything you say. Why? Because she has fine teeth. - Franklin ...
|Kickbacks A kickback is where the giver says, “Thank you,” and the recipient says|
, “Don't mention it.” — Robert Orben Kissing ... Woody Allen She laughs at
everything you say. Why? Because she has fine teeth. — Benjamin Franklin The
|Woody Allen She laughs at everything you say. Why? Because she has fine teeth|
. — Benjamin Franklin Laundry According to laundry room guidelines, a dryer of
any kind must take exactly twice as long as the washing machine. — Jim Hoehn ...
|Start with a smile She laughs at everything you say. Why? Because she has fine |
teeth. — Benjamin Franklin Focus on what's important To have read the greatest
works of any great poet, to have beheld or heard the greatest works of any great ...
|Ever since follies have pleased, fools have been able to divert. Here comes the |
orator, with his flood of words, and his drop of reason. Sally laughs at everything
you say. Why? Because she has fine teeth. Do not do that which you would not ...
|1735 Franklin 10: Sal laughs at every thing you say. Why? Because she has fine |
teeth [With LLL this constitutes T428: She smiles on everyone to show her fine
teeth]. Shakespeare: LLL 5.2.33 If. T43 1 To set one's TEETH on edge (From
|But one day she came in and said, ' Mamma, Miss H is very nice and I am |
learning a great deal, but I cannot stand it any longer. Perhaps if you speak to her
politely about it she will think of it and not do it so much. ... When she was sixteen
she was very fond of laughing and some one said maliciously, ' O yes, Jennie
likes to laugh because she has such handsome teeth. ... Then a little later she
read what Charles Lamb says of a fine set of teeth being nothing but bones, and
as such very ...
|Have you any letters from Sarah Yare?” She laughed. She had fine teeth. She |
stopped laughing abruptly. “Good Lord,” she said, “I didn't think I would laugh for
a year. This mess, what happened here yesterday, and then Sarah. No, I have no
|When she passed the factory at the hour when the work-people were at the door |
she pretended to laugh and sing. An old workman who once saw her doing so
said, " That's a girl who will come to a bad end." She took a lover, the first who
offered, ... The extractor of teeth saw the pretty girl laughing, and suddenly
exclaimed, " You have fine teeth, the girl laughing there. If you like to sell me your
palettes I ...