Alkoholausschreitungen sind hässlich. Aber solange der Saufteufel noch eine Großmacht ist, wird nur eine geschwollene Moral einen Stein auf ein paar arme Kerle werfen, die sich in ihrer Weise einen vergnügten Tag gemacht haben. Carl von Ossietzky (1889-1938), Das Erfurter Urteil
Alkoholismus - Ursache aller modernen Krankheiten. Gustave Flaubert (1821-1880)
All (alte) Wiywer un Kinner könnt nit swiygen. Westfalen
All (good) things must come to an end.
All a green willow, willow, John Heywood, (1497??1580?), All a green willow is my garland. John Heywood, (1497??1580?), The Green Willow.
All a woman has to do in this world is contained within the duties of a daughter, a sister, a wife and a mother. Steele
All Abend, bevor ich zur Ruhe geh'? Verfasser unbekannt (vor 1840), Melodie von Franz Abt (1819-1885)
All actions equally become and equally honour a wise man. Michel De Montaigne
All affectation and display proceed from the supposition of possessing something better than the rest of the world possesses. Nobody is vain in possessing two legs and two arms; because that is the precise quantity of either sort of limb which everybody possesses. Sydney Smith
All affectation is the vain and ridiculous attempt of poverty to appear rich. Lavater
All affectation; 'tis my perfect scorn; Object of my implacable disgust. Cowper
All ages are submissive to love.
All anfang sol in Gottes namen geschehen, Auff das es wol mach auß gehen.
All animals are distrustful of man, and with reason. Jean Jacques Rousseau, The Confessions
All animals are equal, but some are more equal than others.
All animals are more happy than man. Look, for instance, on yonder ass; all allow him to be miserable; his evils, however, are not brought on by himself and his own fault; he feels only those which nature has inflicted. We, on the contrary, besides our necessary ills, draw upon ourselves a multitude of others. Menander
All apprentices when we come to it (death). Michel De Montaigne
All are architects of fate working in these walls of time.
All are architects of Fate, Working in these walls of Time; Some with massive deeds and great, Some with ornaments of rhyme. Longfellow
All are born to observe laws; few are born to establish them. Carlyle
All are born to observe order, but few are born to establish it. Joubert
All are brave when the enemy flies.
All are but parts of one stupendous whole, Whose body Nature is, and God the soul; That chang'd thro' all, and yet in all the same, Great in the earth as in, th' ethereal frame; Warms in the sun, refreshes in the breeze, Glows in the stars, and blossoms in the trees; Lives thro' all life, extends thro' all extent, Spreads undivided, operates unspent; Breathes in our soul, informs our mortal part, As full, as perfect, in a hair as heart. Pope
All are children.
All are desirous to win the prize.
All are friends in heaven, all faithful friends, And many friendships in the days of Time Begun, are lasting there and growing still. Pollok
All are good maids, but whence come the bad wives.
All are not abed that have ill rest.
All are not asleep who have their eyes shut.
All are not cooks that walk with long knives.
All are not cooks who carry long knives.
All are not cooks who walk with long knives.
All are not cooks who wear long knives.
All are not free who mock their chains
All are not free who mock their chains.
All are not friends that speak one fair.
All are not friends that speak us fair.
All are not friends who smile at you.
All are not friends who smile on you.
All are not good cooks who carry long knives.
All are not hanged that are condemned.
All are not harpers, who hold the harp.
All are not hunters that blow the horn.
All are not hunters who blow the horn.
All are not hunters, that blow the horn.
All are not maidens that wears bare hair.
All are not men that wear trousers.
All are not merry that dance lightly.
All are not merry that dance lightly. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum