All keyes hang not on one girdle. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
All keys hang not at one woman's girdle.
All keys hang not at one woman?s girdle.
All keys hang not on one girdle.
All kin' o' smily round the lips An' teary roun' the lashes. Lowell
All kind of fish eat man, only shark get blame.
All kinds of beauty do not inspire love: there is a kind of it which pleases only the sight, but does not captivate the affections. Cervantes.
All kinds of fame belong partly to others.
All kinds of hellish devils rule an angry person.
All kinds of things may be born before the dawn.
all kinds of thoughts are going round in (o.fashing through) my mind
All knowledge is not taught in one school.
All Kummer is Wenst. info] Gewohnheit macht alles leicht.
All lay load on the willing horse.
All lay load on the/a willing horse.
All lay the load on the willing horse.
All learned, and all drunk! Cowper
All life is surrounded by a great circumference of death; but to the believer in Jesus, beyond this surrounding death is a boundless sphere of life. He has only to die once to be done with death forever. James Hamilton
All life needs for life is possible to will. Tennyson
All liquors are not for every one's liking.
All live by seeming. The beggar begs with it, and the gay courtier Gains land and title, rank and rule, by seeming; The clergy scorn it not, and the bold soldier Will eke with it his service. - All admit it, All practise it; and he who is content With showing what he is, shall have small credit In church, or camp, or state. - So wags the world. Scott
All lizards lie flat on their stomach and it is difficult to determine which has a stomach ache (Everyone looks the same on the outside but everyone has problems that are invisible to outsiders).
All lizards lie on their bellies, but nobody knows which of them suffers stomach ache.
All Lombard Street to a china orange.
All looks yellow to the jaundiced eye. Pope
All love, at first, like generous wine, Ferments and frets until 'tis fine; But when 'tis settled on the lee, And from th' impurer matter free, Becomes the richer still the older, And proves the pleasanter the colder. Butler.
All loving emotions, like plants, shoot up most rapidly in the tempestuous atmosphere of life. Richter
All luxury corrupts either the morals or the taste. Joubert
All mankind are happier for having been happy; so that, if you make them happy now, you make them happy twenty years hence by the memory of it. Sydney Smith
All mankind is divided into three classes: those that are immovable, those that are moveable, and those that move.
All mankind is divided into three classes: those that are immoveable, those that are moveable, and those that move.
All mankind love a lover. Emerson
All married women are not wives.
All matters are not in my lord judge's hand.
All may do what has by man been done. Young
All may have, if they dare try, a glorious life or grave. Herbert
All meal contains bran.
All meat is not the same in every man's mouth.
All meats to be eaten, and all maids to be wed.
All mein Lebtage! info] Ausruf der Verwunderung und des Erstaunens.
All men are baked in the same clay.
All men are born richer than they die.
All men are by nature equal, made all of the same earth by one Workman; and however we deceive ourselves, as dear unto God is the poor peasant as the mighty prince. Plato
All men are created equal
All men are created equal.
All men are equal before the natural law. Law Maxim
All men are equal; it is not birth, but virtue alone, that makes the difference. Voltaire
All men are fools, and with every effort they differ only in the degree. Boileau
All men are fools, but all fools are not men.
All men are frail; but thou shouldst reckon none so frail as thyself. Thomas à Kempis