Alto mar e não de vento, não promete seguro o tempo.
Alto mar e sem vento, não promete seguro o tempo.
Alto para vau e baixo para barca.
Alto para vau e baixo para barco.
Alto para vau, baixo para barco, ruim para nada.
Alto para vau, baixo para barco.
Alto supercilio contemnere.
Alto, a burra deu um salto.
Alto, vareta, comigo ninguém se meta.
Altoväl Jir (Ehre) is ne halve Schann. Strelitz
Altri mangiano la candela e tu smaltisci lo stoppino.
Altri tempi, altre cure.
Altri tempi, altri costumi.
Altro che fischio vuol la pecora.
Altro che storie.
Altro è il cominciare, altro il finire.
Altro è il dire, altro il fare.
Altro è parlare di morte, altro il morire.
Altro giro altra corsa.
Altro vuol la tavola, che tovaglia bianca.
Altruismus ist keinen Deut mehr wert als Egoismus, ja er kann verderblicher wirken insofern, als er den Gewinn dessen, welcher ihn ausübt, durch den Nachteil vieler anderer erkauft. Es ist kaum möglich, einem anderen wohlzutun, ohne diesen in seiner Selbstsucht zu befestigen. Eduard von Keyserling (1855-1918), Reisetagebuch eines Philosophen, 3, Indien, Benares
Alts drait zikh arum broit un toit. (Yiddish)
Alts iz gut nor in der tseit. (Yiddish)
Altsding lozt zikh ois mit a gevain. (Yiddish)
Altsein hat auch seine Vorteile. Für so manche Sünde ist man einfach zu alt.
Alum si sit stalum non est malum, beerum si sit cleerum est syncerum.
Alunos estão sendo levados a 1 falsa consciência, o mito de que todas as questões do mundo já foram solucionadas. Stephen Kanitz
Alvor og gammen kunde ei altid staae sammen.
Alvor og gammen kunne bedst sammen.
Alvoradas à vila, que berinjelas há no açougue.
Alvus homini plurimum negotii exhibet.
Always a bridesmaid, never a bride.
Always a feast or fast in Scilly.
Always a valley before a hill.
Always ask a higher price, because you can always lower it.
Always assume your guest is tired, cold and hungry, and act accordingly.
Always at work. Voltaire
Always be parading their pedantic science. Michel De Montaigne
Always be patient with the rich and powerful.
Always be well dressed, even when begging.
Always being in a hurry does not prevent death, neither does going slowly prevent living.
Always care about your flowers and your friends. Otherwise they'll fade, and soon your house will be empty.
Always carry with you into the pulpit a sense of the immense consequences which may depend on your full and faithful presentation of the truth. R. S. Storrs
Always complaining is the way never to be lamented. Michel De Montaigne
Always count the cost.
Always drink up stream from the herd.
Always drink upstream from the herd.
Always exist branch grabbers, when exist fir-tree haulers.
Always faithful', motto of the United States Marine Corps &.
Always happy' (Has been motto of Napoleon, in times of despair and loss).
Always have sex with the boss.
Always have two strings to your bow.
Always in a hurry, always behind
Always in a hurry, always behind.
Always in love, never married.
Always it is the brave ones who die.
Always keep calm in an emergency.
Always keep your hook in the water, where you least expect one the fish will be found. Ovid
Always know what you are buying.
Always leave a little coal for the next day's fire.
Always leave a little room for a mistake.
Always look on the bright side
Always man needs woman for his friend. He needs her clearer vision, her subtler insight, her softer thought, her winged soul, her pure and tender heart. Always woman needs man to be her friend. She needs the vigor of his purpose, the ardor of his will, his calmer judgment, his braver force of action, his reverence and his devotion. Mary Clemmer
Always next year the husbandman is going to be rieh. Philemon, Fragments, 3
Always put the saddle on the right horse.
Always put your best foot forward.
Always Ready', motto of the United States Coast Guard.
Always remember that a smile is something sacred, to be shared.
Always ride your horse in the direction it?s going.
Always rise from the table with an appetite and you will never
Always sample a maidens charms before the wedding.
Always say a kind word if you can, if only that it may come in, perhaps, with singular opportuneness, entering some mournful man's darkened room, like a beautiful firefly, whose happy circumvolutions he cannot but watch, forgetting his many troubles. Helps
Always say no, and you will never be married.
Always set a knave to catch a knave. Thomas Brown, Works, 2, 244 (1702)
Always shut the gate after the horse is out.
Always something new out of Africa
Always something new out of Africa.
Always something new, seldom something good.
Always somewhat is better than nothing.
Always speak well of the dead.
Always stamp your hunting nets where the animal is going to pass.
Always take an emergency leisurely.
Always take the bitter with the better
Always taking out and never putting in, soon reaches the bottom.
Always taking out of the meal tub, and never putting in, soon comes to the bottom.
Always taking out of the meal-tub, and never putting in, soon comes to the bottom.
Always talk big and you will never be forgotten.
Always tell the truth in the form of a joke.
Always the idea of unbroken quiet broods around the grave. It is a port where the storms of life never beat, and the forms that have been tossed on its chafing waves lie quiet forevermore. There the child nestles as peacefully as ever it lay in its mother's arms, and the workman's hands lie still by his side, and the thinker's brain is pillowed in silent mystery, and the poor girl's broken heart is steeped in a balm that extracts its secret woe, and is in the keeping of a charity that covers all blame. Chapin
Always the perfect religion. Michel De Montaigne
Always the same dish, is tiresome.
Always the same old story.
Always to be sparing is always to be in want.
Always to court and never to wed is the happiest life that ever was led.
Always use spurs with a horse, whether it?s mean or gentle.