A poet without love were a physical and metaphysical impossibility. Carlyle
A poet, naturalist and historian, who scarcely left any style of writing untouched and touched nothing that he did not adorn. Johnson
A point is the beginning of magnitude.
A point next the wrist.
A polgár s paraszt között csak a fal van közben.
A politician must like lightning melt The very marrow, and not taint the skin; His ways must not be seen. Chapman
A politician must often talk and act before he has thought and read. He may be very ill informed respecting a question: all his notions about it may be vague and inaccurate; but speak he must. And if he is a man of ability, of tact, and of intrepidity, he soon finds that, even under such circumstances, it is possible to speak successfully. Macaulay
A politician thinks of the next election; a statesman, of the next generation. James Freeman Clarke
A politician weakly and amiably in the right is no match for a politician tenaciously and pugnaciously in the wrong. You cannot, by tying an opinion, to a man's tongue, make him the representative of that opinion; and at the close of any battle for principles, his name will be found neither among the dead nor among the wounded, but among the missing. Whipple
A pollo pión, duro cortezón.
A pontualidade é a cortesia dos reis.
A pontualidade é a delicadeza dos reis.
A pontualidade é cortesia dos reis e obrigaçăo dos educados. (provérbio inglęs)
A pony-tailed cutie-pie. Yiddish] A maidel mit a vayndel.
A poor beauty finds more lovers than husbands.
A poor compromise is better than costly litigation.
A poor dog that is not worth the whistling.
A poor dry thing, let it go!
A poor freedom is better than a rich slavery.
A poor idle man cannot be an honest man. Achilles Poincelot
A poor man has no friends.
A poor man has no size. Africa
A poor man has not many marks for fortune to shoot at.
A poor man is better than a liar.
A poor man is like a torn sack. Yiddish] An oreman iz vi a lecherdiker zak.
A poor man served by thee shall make thee rich. Elizabeth B. Browning
A poor man wants some things, a covetous man all things.
A poor man wants some things.
A poor man who takes a rich wife, has a ruler, not a wife.
A poor man's cow dies, a rich man's child.
A poor man's debt makes a great noise.
A poor man's table is soon spread.
A poor man's tale cannot be heard.
A poor sequestered stag, That from the hunter's aim had ta'en a hurt, Did come to languish;... ... and the big round tears Coursed one another down his innocent nose In piteous chase. As You Like It, Act ii. Sc. 1, Shakespeare.
A poor spirit is poorer than a poor purse.
A poor spirit is poorer than a poor purse. A very few pounds a year would ease a man of the scandal of avarice. Swift
A poor wedding is a prologue to misery.
A poor workman blames his tools.
A poor, infirm, weak, and despised old man. King Lear, Act iii. Sc. 2, Shakespeare.
A poore beauty finds more lovers then husbands. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
A poore mans Cow dies a rich mans child. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
A Pope's Bull, a dead man's skull, and a crooked trull, are not all worth a fleece of wool.
A popular license is indeed the many-headed tyrant. Sir Philip Sidney