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|Jean de la Bruyere An ounce of wit is worth a pound of sorrow. Plagued with an |
itching leprosy of wit Benjamin Jonson Even wit is a burden when it talks too long
. Latin proverb Wit is far more often a shield than a lance. Anonymous W Wit is a ...
|And if the Labour Party asked me to do a film for them I would agree.” Healey |
adds: “I can understand the dismay of the Conservatives at the thought of all that
money pouring down the drain.” “Wit is more often a shield than a lance” (Anon.)
|418 Wit is far more often a shield than a lance. 419 Some women blush when |
they are kissed: some call for the police; some swear: some bite. But the worst
are those who laugh. 420 Women have their faults Men have only two Everything
|A little wit will serve a fortunate man But a little wit will serve a fortunate man Wit |
is more often a shield than a lance Wood in a wilderness, moss on a mountain,
and wit in a poor man's breast, are little thought of No woe to want ...
|Unknown, Source If wishes were horses then beggars would ride. - Unknown, |
Source Some people develop a wishbone where their backbone should be. -
Unknown, Source Wit is more often a shield than a lance. - Unknown, Source A ...
|247 Wit is far more often a shield than a lance. 248 Some women blush when |
they are kissed; some call for the police; some swear; some bite. But the worst
are those who laugh. 249 Women have their faults Men have only two Everything
|By Will Rogers Quote Rating 80% Topics: Humor That is the best -- to laugh with |
someone because you both think the same things are funny. By Gloria Vanderbilt
Quote Rating 80% Topics: Humor Wit is far more often a shield than a lance.
|_ W ith a form of so much less apparent vigour than either Zenobia or Fausta, so |
truly Syrian in a certain soft languor that spreads itself over ... My arm is often
treacherous, t ugh failure of the ea . ... ut ad essing herself to the sport and with
but one instant's ause, the lance flew toward the shield, and entering the opening
, ut not with a agerl'eot ... repose with more than wont-ed energy “ that lance was
chosen, as I saw, by a Roman. once more wit one that I shall choose, and see
what the ...
|Hunting horns are common among families bearing such names as Forester or |
Home. ... Chess-rooks, hardly to be distinguished from the roc or roquet at the
head of a jousting-lance, were borne by Rokewodc and by many more. Topcliffc
had pegtops in his shield, while Ambcsas had a cast of three dice which should
each show the point of one, for " lo throw ... of this article which deals with
armorial charges will be more instructive to the student than any elaborated code