By the power of truth, I, while living, have conquered the universe.
By the rude bridge that arched the flood, Their flag to April's breeze unfurled, Here once the embattl'd farmers stood, And fired the shot heard round the world. EMERSON: Hymn sung at the Completion of the Battle Monument.
By the side of the dry the green also burns.
By the streets of 'By and By' one arrives at the house of 'Never.' Cervantes
By the thread we unwind the skein.
By the time a wise man makes up his mind, a fool celebrates the feast.
By the time Shooshan gets ready, the mass will be over.
By the time the fool has learned the game, the players have dispersed.
By the time you tell a secret to a mad person then a normal person you cannot see.
By the verdict of his own breast no guilty man is ever acquitted. Juvenal
By the very constitution of our nature moral evil is its own curse. Chalmers
By the way, The works of women are symbolical. We sew, sew, prick our fingers, dull our sight, Producing what? A pair of slippers, sir, To put on when you're weary - or a stool To tumble over and vex you * * * curse that stool! Or else at best, a cushion where you lean And sleep, and dream of something we are not, But would be for your sake. Alas, alas! This hurts most, this * * * that, after all, we are paid The worth of our work, perhaps. Elizabeth B. Browning
By the work, one knows the workman.
By the yard, life is hard. By the inch, it's a cinch.
By their fruits you shall know them.
By their marks the bales are known.
By this means.
By this sign you will conquer' ('s vision before the ).
By those tresses unconfin'd, Woo'd by every gentle wind; By those lids whose jetty fringe Kiss thy soft cheek's blooming tinge; By those wild eyes, like the roe, Ah! hear my vow before I go - My dearest life, I love thee! Can I cease to love thee? - no! Zoe mous s-as agapo. Byron
By those who look close to the ground dirt will be seen. I hope I see things from a greater distance. Johnson
By timely mending save much spending.
By tracing Heaven His footsteps may be found: Behold! how awfully He walks the round! God is abroad, and wondrous in His ways The rise of empires, and their fall surveys. Dryden
By Tre, Pol, and Pen, you shall know the Cornish men.
By trying often, the monkey learns to jump from the tree.
By trying repeatedly, the monkey learns how to jump from the tree.
By union the smallest states thrive, by discord the greatest are destroyed. Sallust
By uniting we stand, by dividing we fall.
By unseen hands uplifted in the light Of sunset, yonder solitary cloud Floats, with its white apparel blown abroad, And wafted up to heaven. Michael Angelo, Pt. II, H.W. LONGFELLOW.
By virtue of the Deity thought renews itself inexhaustibly every day, and the thing whereon it shines, though it were dust and sand, is a new subject with countless relations. Emerson
By what servant is his master better loved than by his dog?
By what strange law of mind is it that an idea long overlooked, and trodden underfoot as a useless stone, suddenly sparkles out in new light, as a discovered diamond? Harriet Beecher Stowe
By wisdom and courage.
By wisdom peace, by peace plenty.
By wisdom wealth is won; but riches purchased wisdom yet for none. Bayard Taylor
By wit we search divine aspect above, By wit we learn what secrets science yields, By wit we speak, by wit the mind is rul'd, By wit we govern all our actions; Wit is the loadstar of each human thought, Wit is the tool by which all things are wrought. Robert Greene
By woe the soul to daring action steals; by woe in plaintless patience it excels. Savage
By working in the smithy one becomes a smith.
By writing we learn to write.
By writing you learn to write.
By your truth she shall be true - Ever true as wives of yore - And her Yes, once said to you, Shall be yes for evermore. Miss Barrett
By-gones be by-gones and fair play for the time to come.
By-n-eme böse Nachbar und by-n-ere böse Frau sell me nit säge: strof mi Gott, me-n- isch scho g'stroft g'nue. Solothurn
Byd ham det, og see om han tager det ikke.
Byd sielden din ven, aldrig din uven til giest.
Bygde huus og staalne varo, faaer man sielden værd for.
Bygone troubles are a pleasure to talk about.
Bygone troubles are good to tell.
Bygones are bygones.
Bylbrief geht vor Bodmereibrief. info] Cassius (klassischer Jurist) definiert Blutsverwandte als solche, die durch die Bande des Bluts miteinander verbunden sind. (Rechtssprichwort) la] Consanguineos autem Cassius definit eos, qui sanguine inter se connexi sunt.