For soldiers, I find the generals commonly in their hortatives, put men in mind of their wives and children; and I think the despising of marriage amongst the Turks, maketh
the vulgar soldier more base.
I love him who maketh his virtue his inclination and destiny: thus, for the sake of his virtue, he is willing to live on, or live no more.
What do they call it, that which maketh them proud?
The earth hath then become small, and on it there hoppeth the last man who maketh everything small.
A little poison now and then: that maketh pleasant dreams.
And likewise call to mind that saying of paracelsus about what it is that maketh
the best musk.
Perhaps a room full of flesh coloured civil servants might just be what a true democracy needs, seeing as we seem to be influenced by the old saying about clothes maketh
He captioned the image, "Traffic maketh
you a photo editor besides late for work.
Gerard claimed '…it taketh away the sorrowfulness which cometh of melancholy and maketh
a man merrie and glad'.
Hair definitely does maketh
the man" Lady Amanda Harlech "I am available to rub your ankle any time you want, Laura" Contents of a text message allegedly sent by former shadow chancellor Ed Balls to fellow Strictly Come Dancing contestant Laura Whitmore after she suffered ankle injury "I am neurotic and find things to worry about.
05am Clothes maketh
the man, but this cretinous spy yarn is about as stylish as a Moss Bros rental.
If shoes maketh
a man, these calfskin ankle boots with elastic inserts from Canali maketh
an uber-stylish man
the man" the saying goes, and in my mind they maketh
the little madam too.
IT'S not the cape or the mask that maketh
the hero, but the strength within.
A gritty cover of PJ Harvey's The Words That Maketh
Murder gives the song an unmistakable Glasvegas twist and would make a stellar inclusion to any live set, while the demo version of Finished Sympathy – one of the most beautiful pieces the band have ever produced – is astounding in its simplicity.