A sintaxe é uma questão de uso, não de princípios. Escrever bem é escrever claro, não necessariamente certo. Por exemplo: dizer escrever claro não é certo, mas é claro, certo? (Érico Veríssimo)
A sip at a time empties the cask.
A sip is the most that mortals are permitted from any goblet of delight. Alcott
A sît's an wî dî Kû a noi Tôr. Er sieht's an wie die Kuh ein neues Tor.
A sitt immer anne Kuh für a noi Scheun-Tor an.
A sitting crow starves.
A sitting hen gets no barley.
A situação de uma nação se reflete no lar. (provérbio chinês)
A situação difícil geralmente nasce de uma atitude fácil, enquanto que, de um modo geral, a atitude mais difícil determina uma situação mais fácil.
A sitzt dau (er sitzt da) wie a Häufel Unglicke. Sprottau
A six mois l'enfant doit se tenir assis sur sa nourrice.
A six weeks' bird.
A six-foot suckling, mincing in its gait, Affected, peevish, prim and delicate; Fearful it seemed, tho' of athletic make, Lest brutal breezes should so roughly shake Its tender form, and savage motion spread O'er its pale cheeks, the horrid manly red. Churchill
A skabbed horse is good enough for a skald squire.
A skabbed sheep syles ail the flock.
A skade mans head is soon broke.
A skeptical young man one day conversing with the celebrated Dr. Parr, observed that he would believe nothing which he could not understand. 'Then, young man, your creed will be the shortest of any man's I know. Helps
A skinny ox is safe from the butcher.
A skinny pig is better than a fat chicken.
A skinny wife is a rotten cook.
A sky full of silent suns. Richter
A slander is like a hornet; if you cannot kill it dead the first blow, better not strike at it. H. W. Shaw
A slanderer kills three: himself, his listener, and the person who was slandered.
A slanderer that is raised is evil to fell.
A slap heals but a harsh word is remembered. Yiddish] A patsh farhailt zikh un a vort gedenkt zikh.
A slattern woman hold open the door to hell.
A slaughterhouse is not without a little blood.
A slave boy is blamed no matter what he does: If he does not wash his hands, he is accused of being dirty. If he washes his hands, he is accused of wasting water.
A slave does not choose his master.
A slave has but one master; the ambitious man has as many masters as there are persons whose aid may contribute to the advancement of his fortune. La Bruyère
A slave has no choice.
A slave must be humble.
A slave shows his true character, not while he is enslaved but when he becomes a master.
A slave yesterday, to-day a freedman.
A sleeping fox catches no hare or chicken.
A sleeping fox counts chicken in his dreams.
A sleeping fox finds no meat.
A sleeping head needs more than its neck to support it.
A sleeping man is not hungry.
A sleepless night is the worst punishment. Yiddish] A nacht on shlof iz di gresteh shtrof.
A sleepy master makes his servant a Lowt. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
A sleeveless errand.
A slender acquaintance with the world must convince every man that actions, not words, are the true criterion of the attachment of friends; and that the most liberal professions of good-will are very far from being the surest marks of it. George Washington
A sleveless errand. John Heywood, (1497??1580?), Proverbes. Part i. Chap. vii.
A slice off a cut loaf isn't missed.
A slice off a cut loaf isn?t missed.
A slight answer to an intricate and useless question, is a fit cover to such a dish, - a cabbage-leaf is good enough to cover a dish of mushrooms. Jeremy Taylor