After the carriage is broke, many offer themselves to shew the road.
After the carriage is overturned, there are many who would show the way.
info] People love to tell a person what he should have done.
Zitat] Advice after an evil is done is like medicine after death.
Zitat] It is too late to seek for advice after you have run into danger.
Zitat] It is too late to shut the stable door when the steed is stolen.
Zitat] When a thing is done, advice comes too late.
tü] Araba kırılınca / devrildikten sonra yol gösteren çok olur.
After the conquest of Afric, Greece, the lesser Asia, and Syria were brought into Italy all the sorts of their Mala, which we interprete apples, and might signify no more at first; but were afterwards applied to many other foreign fruits.
Sir W. Temple
After the cow has lost her tail she begins to know what she had it for.
After the gathering comes the scattering.
After the greatest danger is the greatest pleasure.
After the house is finisht, leave it.
George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
After the school of Oxford.
After the sleep of death we are to gather up our forces again with the incalculable results of this life, a crown of shame or glory upon our heads, and begin again on a new level of progress.
Hugh R. Haweis
After the storm comes the calm.
After the wedding it's too late to have regrets.
Yiddish] Noch di chupeh iz shpet di charoteh.
After the work is done, repose is sweet.
After the wren hath veins, man may let blood.
After this leaf another grows.
After upwards of two thousand years Epicurus has been exonerated from the reproach that the doctrines of his philosophy recommended the pleasures of sensuality and voluptuousness as the chief good. Calumny may rest on genius a considerable part of a world's duration; what then is the value of fame?
W. B. Clulow
After your death you were better have a bad epitaph than their ill report while you lived.
Afterei, Murren und Zorn über Tisch sich nicht gehor'n.
After-Lammas corn ripens as much by night as by day.
Afterred' und Zorn gehören sich nicht über Tisch.
info] Über die Beherrschung des Zorns.
Afterreden - böse (schlimme) Reden.
Afterreden erschüttern einen Weisen nicht.
Afterreden hat alle Zungen vergiftet.
Luther's Werke, I, 86b.
Afterreden heißt in Gottes Gericht greifen.
Aftersprache und Hinterrede haben großen Schaden gemacht.
After-wit is everybody's wit.
After-wit is very body wit.
Aftonen kröner dagen.
Aftonen kröner morgonen.
Aftonprat och morgenrat stämma ej altid (sälban) öfverens.
Aftonrådo sköon morgen bådar.
Aftonrodnad ger klar natt morgonrodnad en våt katt.
Aftonrodnad'n gör fager nat, morgonrodnad'n - gör daggig hatt.
Afwäselong mot sên, sät Ülespêjel, do kitel den 'n (kitzelte er) sin Jro'smoder möt de Misjafel.
Afwesselung möt sin, säd Ulenspeigel un kettelt sien Nåwersch mil dei Meßfork.
Ag ebnek, vén szolgának egy a fizetése.
Äga küla külla ei anna.
Aga oli Emmu sohu ära uppunu.
Again at Christmas did we weave
The holly round the Christmas hearth;
The silent snow possess'd the earth.
TENNYSON: In Memoriam, Pt. lxxvii., St. 1.
Again he limiteth a certain day, saying in David, 'To-day, after so long a time; as it is said, To-day if ye will hear his voice harden not your hearts.'
Again I hear that creaking step! -
He's rapping at the door! -
Too well I know the boding sound
That ushers in a bore.
J.G. SAXE: My Familiar.
Again the blackbirds sing; the streams
Wake, laughing, from their winter dreams,
And tremble in the April showers
The tassels of the maple flowers.
Again the violet of our early days
Drinks beauteous azure from the golden sun,
And kindles into fragrance at his blaze.
Against diseases here the strongest fence
Is the defensive virtue abstinence.
HERRICK: Aph. Abstinence.
Against God's wrath no castle is thunder-proof.
Against my trifles you could say no more than I myself have said.
Michel De Montaigne
Against our peace we arm our will;
Amidst our plenty something still,
For horses, houses, pictures planting,
To thee, to me, to him is wanting;
That cruel something unpossest
Corrodes and leavens all the rest,
That something if we could obtain,
Would soon create a future pain.
Against self-slaughter there is a prohibition so divine, that cravens my weak hand.
Against specious appearances we must set clear convictions, bright and ready for use. When death appears as an evil, we ought immediately to remember that evils are things to be avoided, but death is inevitable.
Against stupidity the very gods fight unvictorious.
Against the flying ball no valor avails.