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|(French) Ofa good beginning comes a good end. (Chinese) The beginning hot, |
the middle lukewarm, the end cold. (German) The beginning is half of the whole. (
Roman) The beginning is the half of every action. (Greek) The beginnings of all ...
|Danish proverb “The beginning is the half of every action.” — Greek proverb “The |
excessive increase of anything causes a reaction in the opposite direction.” —
Plato “To every action there is an equal opposite reaction.” — Sir Isaac Newton ...
|The beginning is the half of every action.—Greek proverb There are risks and |
costs to a program of action. But they are far Less than the long range risks and
costs of comfortable inaction. —John F. Kennedy Action (output) is “do it power.
|You reveal what the main action or challenge of the story is going to be. You |
show the ... You reveal the ticking time bomb and you start it ticking. You set up ...
There's a Greek proverb that says, “The beginning is the half of every action.”
|No doubt you hear the word all the time. If not from your boss. your ... And so we |
find ourselves buried in our work. in spite of all the nice time management
theories and tools. Some time ... The beginning is the half of every action. —
|Rick Riordan, the best-selling author of the Percy Jackson series, pumps up the action and suspense in The Lost Hero, the first book in The Heroes of Olympus series.|
|Collections of the Excise, and suppresiing of all Tumults and Riots raised in |
Oppofition there-unto," according to the several Ordinances ... as that half the
Receipt and Income were consumed upon Officers, the said Lords and Commons
do hereby declare, That upon an ... it is hereby declared and' ordained, That in
every Action, Suit,Indictment, Information or Prosecution whatsoever wherein, or
|embarrassing the national government, especially by imparting intelligence of |
every action of the new Administration, ... it is safe to say that Illinois could have
filled every office in the national Blue Book without satisfying half the demands.
|The beginning is the half of every action. - Proverb, Greek Anything done for the |
first time unleashes a demon. - Sim, Dave Every exit is an entry somewhere else.
- Stoppard, Tom Every beginning is a consequence. Every beginning ends ...
|The case of each is described in a distinct strophe, with the burden : — "That was |
withstood ; so may this be ! ... it is, in all respects but one, faithful to the feelings
and ideas which obtained at the date of the action, nearly half a century before ...