He is full of talk, it being the custome in Italy to give the greatest talker the rump of the hen. This proverb signifies, that there's no sinner how bad soever, but hath an intention to better his life, although death doth surprise him. Il court bien loin qui ne revient jamais.
Quiere dezir, que no ay pecador por malo que sea, que no tenga intencion de meiorar la vida, mas la muerte le sobreprende. Men fear death as children do to go in the dark. Secrecy shu [
S Om ther are who reproch the English, that in regard the Genius and Witt of a Nation is much discernd in their common, Proverbiall Speeches, The English Language is more barren and meager in this Particular then others: To take off this Aspersion, and rectifie the World herein, I have thought it worth the pains to publish both in French, Italian and Spanish, these ensuing English Proverbs, wherein the impartiall Reder will find as much Salt, Significancy and true Sense, as in the Proverbs of any other Language.
VVhere the hedge is lowest, all men do go over; viz. Mas vale ahorrar al borde que no al hondo. Le ma [
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The first documented use of the word fuck on live British television has been attributed to theatre critic Kenneth Tynan inthough it has been claimed Irish playwright Brendan Behan used the word on Panorama in or the man who painted the railings on Stranmillis Embankment alongside the River Lagan in Belfast, who in told Ulster TV's teatime magazine programme Roundabout that his job was "fucking boring".
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The dead open living mens eyes, viz. There's no such broth as the juyce of flint, viz. Lo que quiere Escamilla, no lo de Dios a Castillae. Touching flesh, a Kid of a moneth, and a Lamb of three are best; for Eggs, one is scarceness, two are gentleness, three valour, and four are knavery.