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* Any man can lose his hat in a fairy-wind. * It is a lonely washing that has no man’s shirt in it. * Woe to the man who that entrusts his secrets to a ditch. * Men are like bagpipes-no sound comes from them until they’re full. * Long loneliness is better than bad [...]
Long engagements give people the opportunity of finding out each other’s character before marriage, which is never advisable.– Oscar Wilde Popular search terms:quotes about long engagements
In 1949, Shelley Long was born on this date in Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA
The Long Count is one of the various ancient Mayan calendars that maintained complicated, cyclical measurements of time. It was intended to provide an accurate record of historical events and counts the days elapsed from a fixed starting point—calculated as August 11, 3114 BCE, the date of creation according to the Maya. Some believe that [...]
If it can’t be expressed in figures, it’s not science it’s opinion. -Long, Lazarus
Long periods of weightlessness could have detrimental effects on eyesight. Medical tests detected abnormalities in the brains and eyes of some astronauts who spent more than 30 days in space, including expansion of the cerebral spinal fluid space surrounding the optic nerve, flattening of the rear of the eyeball, bulging of the optic nerve, and [...]
The best part about dating someone who is overweight is, if it’s long distance, the distance is slightly less long. And gravity pulls you even closer. So, science really working for you.
Longships were the boats used by the Vikings of Scandinavia and Iceland for trade, exploration, and warfare between the 8th and 11th centuries. Long and narrow, the boats were designed for speed and were propelled by teams of rowers, sometimes aided by sails. They were shallow enough to land on beaches and light enough to [...]
It takes a long time to grow an old friend.- John Leonard
“Our disunity in ideas define our unity of cause. Our frailty shows our overlying might.” ~Paul Pastrano Gangoso, “After the Long Festive Day – Prose from the Countryside:Circa 2002.” Source: Facebook, 20 December 2011