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A stranger doesn't know a bad road. Africa
A stranger who is kind is a kinsman; an unkind kinsman is a stranger. Hitopadesa.
A stranger, if just, is not only to be preferred before a countryman, but a kinsman. Pythagoras
A strawberry preacher.
A stray hair, by its continued irritation, may give more annoyance than a smart blow. Lowell
A strenuous soul hates cheap success. It is the ardor of the assailant that makes the vigor of the defendant. Emerson
A strenuous soul hates cheap success. Fielding
A stroke at every tree, without felling any.
A strong conceit is rich; so most men deem: If not to be, 'tis comfort yet to seem. Marston
A strong hand can use any weapon.
A strong man doesn't provoke arguments. Africa
A strong nor'wester's blowing, Bill! Hark! don't yet hear it roar now? Lord help 'em, how I pities them Unhappy folks on shore now! William Pitt
A strutting player, - whose conceit Lies in his hamstring, and doth think it rich To hear the wooden dialogue and sound 'Twixt his stretched footing and the scaffoldage. Shakespeare: Troil. and Cress., Act i., Sc. 3.
A stubborn mind conduces as little to wisdom or even to knowledge as a stubborn temper to happiness. Southey
A stumble may prevent a fall.
A sturdy, hardened sinner shall advance to the utmost pitch of impiety, with less reluctance than he took the first step while his conscience was yet vigilant and tender. Atterbury
A su amigo, el gato siempre le deja seńalado.
A su caddu s'isprone, ad sa femina su bastone.
A su larnt ma a Baaren die Künste ab. So lernt man einem Bären die Künste ab. ho] Zoo vraagt man den boeren de kunst af.
A su madre que le empeńe.
A su mandado y a mi provecho.
A su tiempo
A su tiempo se cogen las uvas, cuando están maduras.
A su tiempo viene lo que Dios envía y quiere.
A su tiempo vienen las uvas, cuando ellas maduran.
A sua casa traz o homem com que chore.
A subject not even fit to make a priest of. Jean Jacques Rousseau, The Confessions
A sublime soul can rise to all kinds of greatness, but by an effort; it can tear itself from all bondage, to all that limits and constrains it, but only by strength of will. Consequently the sublime soul is only free by broken efforts. Schiller
A substitute shines brightly as a king Until a king be by, and then his state Empties itself, as doth an inland brook Into the main of waters. Shakespeare
A subtle-witted man is like an arrow, which, rending little surface, enters deeply, but they whose minds are dull resemble stones dashing with clumsy force, but never piercing. M?gha.
A successful career has been full of blunders. Charles Buxton
A successful man loses no reputation.
A successive title, long and dark, drawn from the mouldy rolls of Noah's ark. Dryden
A sudden death is the best.
A suegras beodas, tinajas llenas.
A sufficient measure of civilization is the influence of good women. Emerson
A Suffolk calveshead.
A suit at law and a urinal bring a man to the hospital.
A suit at law and a urinal brings a man to the hospital.
A sultan's edict takes effect but three days.
A summer (or summer's) bird.
A summer friendship, whose flattering leaves, that shadowed us in our prosperity, with the least gust drop off in the autumn of adversity. Massinger
A sunshiny shower won't last half an hour.
A superbia initium sumpsit omnis perditio. en] From pride takes initiative all perdition(Ecclesiastical term used before the.
A superfluous word has no place. Yiddish] An iberik vort hot nit kain ort.
A superior man is modest in his speech, but exceeds in his actions. Confucius
A suppressed resolve will betray itself in the eyes. George Eliot
A supreme love, a motive that gives a sublime rhythm to a woman's life, and exalts habit into partnership with the soul's highest needs, is not to be had where and how she wills; to know that high initiation, she must often tread where it is hard to tread, and feel the chill air, and watch through darkness. George Eliot