As a weak limb grows stronger by exercise, so will your faith be strengthened by the very efforts you make in stretching it out toward things unseen.
As a wild maiden, with love-drinking eyes, sees in sweet dreams a beaming youth of glory.
As a wolf is like a dog, so is a flatterer like a friend.
As abstrações matam o sentimento.
As ações dizem mais que as palavras.
As ações são mais sinceras que as palavras.
As adversaries in law, strive mightily; but eat and drink as friends.
As adversity leads us to think properly of our state, it is most beneficial to us.
As águas correm para o mar.
As águas correm todas para o mar.
As águas descem ao mar, e todas as coisas ao seu natural.
As águias não caçam moscas.
As águias não dão pombos.
As águias não produzem pombos.
As all curves have reference to their centres or foci, so all beauty of character has reference to the soul, and is a graceful gesture of recognition or waving of the body toward it.
As amber attracts a straw, so does beauty admiration, which only lasts while the warmth continues.
As an apple is not in any proper sense an apple until it is ripe, so a human being is not in any proper sense a human being until he is educated.
As an exercise of the reasoning faculties, pure mathematics is an admirable exercise, because it consists of reasoning alone, and does not encumber the student with any exercise of judgment.
as Angenehme mit dem Nützlichen verbinden.
As angry as a wasp.
As aparências enganam.
As aparências iludem.
As armas são volúveis.
As árvores escondem a floresta.
As atheism is in all respects hateful, so in this, that it depriveth human nature of the means to exalt itself above human frailty.
As bad as Jeffreys.
As bald as a coot.
As bare as a bird's tail.
As bare as the back of my hand.
As bare as the birch at Yule even.
As bashful as a Lenten lover.
As beauty of body, with an agreeable carriage, pleases the eye, and that pleasure consists in that we observe all the parts with a certain elegance are proportioned to each other; so does decency of behavior which appears in our lives obtain the approbation of all with whom we converse, from the order, consistency, and moderation of our words and actions.
As bebidas fortes fazem os homens fracos.
As belas palavras têm muita força e custam pouco.
As big a liar as Tom Pepper.
As big as a Dorchester butt.
As big as a goose's egg.
As big as a parson's barn.
As big as brass.
As big as bull-beef at Candlemas.
As bitter as gall.
As black as a coal.
As black as my hat.
As blake [i.e., yellow] as a paigle [cowslip].
As blind as a bat or a mole.
as Blut des Bauern ist Wasser, die Erde ist seine Seele.
As boas ações enriquecem a alma.
As boas contas fazem os bons amigos.
As boas essências estão nos pequenos frascos.
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