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Men make wealth, and women preserve it.
From saying to doing is a long way.
Extravagant offers are a kind of denial.
The sun passes over filth and is not defiled.
Among thorns grow roses.
He is a fool who loses the flight for the leap.
The fortress that parleys soon surrenders.
The best is the cheapest.
Save us from our friends.
He who wrongs someone has to expect something in retaliation.
He who has a bad tongue should have good loins.
He dances well to whom fortune pipes.
Love rules without law.
Faith is facing reality without being discouraged by it.
As a little girl I loved the thought of playing dress-up and getting ready.
Quantum mechanics, that brilliantly successful flagship theory of modern science, is deeply
You can’t always write a chord ugly enough to say what you want to say
My best teachers were mess, failure, death, mistakes, and the people I
Freedom always carries a burden of proof, always throws us back on ourselves.
If you would be a merchant fine, beware o’ auld horses, herring, and wine.
It’s no wonder Bob Geldof knows so much about famine – he’s