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Charley verified the adage about little pitchers, I am sure, for she heard of more sayings and doings in a day than would have come to my ears in a month.
There are so many adages that we can throw at Boris, such as "don't cut off your nose to spite your face".
Going back to 1986, between 30 April to 15 September (typically the date closest to St Legers Day), the FTSE All Share and the FTSE 100 have fallen 15 out of 33 times (45% of cases), making the old adage inconclusive.
adage lose it" is relevant to thinking and But if learning French or the trumpet (maybe the French horn to do both at once?) isn't your bag, how about a new sport or exercise class?
There is another adage that the current members of the Government will do well to remember - "actions speak louder than words".
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The Brit Scots in Westminster, like David Cameron, want us to think that but the Scottish nation drags well above its weight so the old adage does not hold true.
No doubt the majority of readers will not heed the warning, or indeed the adage, but it's a startling fact that in some cases there may never be another day.
TEHRAN (FNA)- The adage "Everyone complains about the weather but nobody does anything about it" may one day be obsolete if researchers further develop a new technique to aim a high-energy laser beam into clouds to make it rain or trigger lightning.
I have been around for a long time, and have gambled here and aboard, giving me a background of experience, and I have found the following adage to be a true one, especially when dealing slot machines: If you quit while you are ahead, you are a winner.