Absurdité n. Affirmation manifestement incompatible avec son opinion propre. Ambrose Bierce, 1842-1914
Absurdities are great or small in proportion to custom or insuetude. Landor
Absurdities die of self-strangulation. Haliburton
Absurdo responde ao absurdo.
Abt und Kloster sind ein Ding. fr] Abbé et couvent ce n'est qu'un, mais la bourse diverse. ho] Een abt en zijn konvent zijn een, maarde beurzen zijn verschillend.
Äbte und Mönche sind des Teufels täglich Brot.
Abteien sucht man lieber als das viertägige Fieber.
Abteien und Maulwurfshaufen muss man auf keinem Kiesboden suchen.
Äbten und Bischöfen wäre gut Peterle um Kanzel und Altäre säen, sie vertreten ihn nicht.
Abtreibung ist Krieg gegen unschuldige, ungeborene Kinder. Mutter Teresa
Abtreibung tötet zwei: das Kind und das Gewissen der Mutter. Mutter Teresa
Abunda a malícia, onde falta polícia.
Abundance begets indifference.
Abundance breeds arrogance.
Abundance changes the value of things. Terence
Abundance consists not alone in material possession, but in an uncovetous spirit. Selden
Abundance does not spread; famine does.
Abundance doesn't know contentment, but contentment is abundance.
Abundance doesn?t know contentment, but contentment is abundance.
Abundance is a blessing to the wise; The use of riches in discretion lies: Learn this, ye men of wealth - a heavy purse In a fool's pocket is a heavy curse. Cumberland
Abundance is from activity.
Abundance is trouble but competency brings delight.
Abundance is welcome.
Abundance like want ruins many.
Abundance maketh poor.
Abundance o' law breaks nae law. Scotland
Abundance of law breaks nane.
Abundance of money is a trial for a man.
Abundance of things engenders disdainfulness.
Abundance will make cotton pull a stone.
Abundance, like want, ruins many.
Abundância cria arrogância.
Abundância de bens é licença de males.
Abundância de lei não desfaz lei.
Abundancia de palabras
Abundância gera fastio.
Abundans cautela non nocet.
Aburrimiento de la vida
Abuse does not invalidate usefulness.
Abuse doesn't hang on the collar.
Abuse doesn?t hang on the collar.
Abuse is like a god that destroys his master.
Abuse is no argument against proper use', legal phrase meaning that just because something can be abused there is no reason for putting an end to its legitimate use.
Abuse is often of service. There is nothing so dangerous to an author as silence. His name, like a shuttlecock, must be beat backward and forward, or it falls to the ground. Johnson
Abuse of hospitality breaks the bridge.
Abuse often starts with praise.
Abused mortals! did you know Where joy, heart's-ease, and comforts grow; You'd scorn proud towers, And seek them in these bowers, Where winds sometimes our woods perhaps may shake, But blustering care could never tempest make, Nor murmurs e'er come nigh us, Saving of fountains that glide by us. Sir Walter Raleigh
Abused patience turns to fury. Quarles
Abuses are the result of seeing one another too often.