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|Change, Changeable Character Change, Changeable A change is as good as a |
rest. (Arabian) All things change, and we ourselves change with them. (Roman)
All ... (Roman) Time, wine, women, and fortune, are ever changing. (German) ...
|We are very apt not to notice little changes in those we see every day. Rec. dist.: |
N.C. SEE ALSO Change of WEATHER is a discourse of fools. change (v.) 1. All
things change, and we with them. Var.: Times change and we change with them.
|It should be noted in the German case that the Nazi regime ultimately excluded |
foreign ad agencies from operating in Germany; see Berghoff, "Times Change
and We Change with Them," 133. 70. See, in particular, Beale, The Modernist ...
|all things change and we change with them 343 344 Latin: French: Spanish: |
Portuguese: Italian: Polish: Czech: ... a) all things change and we change with
them b) times change and we are changed with them c) times change and we
|(tempus; tempore)-time; in time tempora acta-lit. spent times. Thus, times already |
spent. [temporal] tempora mutantur, nos et mutamur in illis-lit. the times are
changed, and we are changed in them. Thus, the times change, and we change
|[L. tempora times (1); mutantur change, are changed (2); et and (3); nos we (4); |
mutamur we change, are changed (5); in in, on (6); illis them, those (7): Times
change and we change in them.] Times change and we change with them. For
|THERE is an old saying that times change and we change with them, but I |
wonder whether it is not more true to say that we change and in that way change
the times. Change is the law of life. When we cease to change we are dead.
|By being amenable and adaptable we should cease to resent either life or |
conditions, and seek to "change" them by changing ourselves.... — Ronald
Beesley Times change and we change with them.... — Raphael Holinshed The