A thousand wheels of labor are turned by dear affections, and kept in motion by self-sacrificing endurance; and the crowds that pour forth in the morning and return at night are daily processions of love and duty. Chapin
A thousand workers, a thousand plans.
A thousand worries will not repay even one debt.
A thousand years a poor man watched Before the gate of Paradise: But while one little nap he snatched, It oped and shut. Ah! was he wise? W. R. Alger
A thousand years hence the river will run as it did.
A thousand years hence, the river will run as it did.
A thousand years scarce serve to form a state; An hour may lay it in the dust. Byron
A thrashing river is a fisherman?s bounty.
A thrawn question should hae a thrawn answer. Scotland
A thread from everyone will make a shirt for the needy.
A thread too fine spun will easily break.
A thread will tie an honest man better than a chain a rogue.
A thread will tie an honest man, better than a rape will do a rogue. Scotland
A thread-bare coat is armour proof against highwaymen.
A threadbare coat is armour-proof against highwaymen.
A threat does not lengthen your sword.
A threatened blow is seldom given.
A threatened buffet is never well given.
A threatened man lives long, if he can get bread.
A threatened man lives seven years.
A three day long merry-making and regret lasting till death.
A three inch tongue - the iron bulwark of politics.
A threefold cord is not quickly broken.
A thriftless woman burns the entire candle looking for a match.
A thrifty father has a prodigal son.
A throne is only a bench covered in purple velvet.
A throne is only a bench covered with velvet.
A throw without a thrower.
A thrush paid for is better than a turkey owing for.
A ti cabe guardar teus segredos, não aos outros.
A ti chova todo o anno, e a mim chova Abril, e Maio.
A ti digo, filha; entende-me tu, nora.
A ti lo digo, hijuela; entiéndelo, mi nuera.
A ti lo digo, hijuela; respóndeme tú, dueña.
A ti o digo eu filha, entende-me tu nora.
A ti o digo filha, entende-o tu nora.
A ti que te importa.
A tí te daré....
A tidy house, a tidy mind.
A tiger cannot beat a crowd of monkeys.
A tiger dies and leaves his skin; a man dies and leaves his name.
A tiger does not have to proclaim its tigri-tude.
A tiger does not have to proclaim its tigritude.
A tiger never returns to his prey he did not finish off.
A tiger wearing a bell will starve.
A tiger?s head and a snake?s tail.
A tigress, robb'd of young, a lioness, Or other interesting beast of prey, Are similes at hand for the distress Of ladies who cannot have their own way. Lord Byron (George Gordon Noel Byron)
A tilted load won't reach its destination.
A tilted load won?t reach its destination.
A time there is when like a thrice-told tale long-rifled life of sweets can yield no more. Young