I took all the coffee and sugar there was, and all the ammunition; I took the wadding; I took the bucket and gourd; I took a dipper and a tin cup, and my old saw and two blankets, and the skillet and the coffee-pot.
So I went and got the bag of meal and my old saw out of the canoe, and fetched them to the house.
And then, even in his trouble, he remembered the old saw
that "What is done is done; and the egg cracked cannot be cured.
Putting my faith in old saws
, as a young man will, I had never dreamed to know again a bliss so divinely passionate and pure as came to me with every glance of Nicolete's sweet eyes, with every simple pressure of her hand; and the joy that was mine when sometimes, stopping on our way, we would press together our lips ever so gravely and tenderly, seems too holy even to speak of.
Following are examples of old saws
fitted with new teeth.
In 2016 Rob, his wife Marie, 42, who live in Saltburn, and Jonathan Neasham, who lives in Osmotherley, launched the Old Saw
Mill Garden Party on land near Brompton, close to Northallerton.
Tenders are invited for dismantling of old Saw
Mill shed at KSFIC Saw Mill, Dandeli and taking away of all the available materials.
The incident is alleged to have happened at the Old Saw
Inn on Spen Lane, Cleckheaton, on April 30 this year.
There's an old saw
that says: The right cares only about individuals and not about people in the aggregate, while the left cares only about people in the aggregate and not about individuals.
How does that old saw
about "a friend of my enemy is my enemy" apply here?
Now that I'm used to my mini saw, my old saw
feels ridiculously oversized and just plain wrong for most jobs--like driving finish nails with a sledgehammer.
One old saw
is receiving some major reinforcement this morning: March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb.
THAT old saw
advising those who live in glass houses not to throw stones is particularly true for politicians who denounce one another about campaign contributors.
D), who has a consulting firm: Rainmakers (referencing the old saw
that "salesmen are born not made"), Closers, Schmooze, and Field of Dreams.
A worker is only as good as his tools, goes the old saw
(no pun intended)--and this adage holds doubly true in food retailing, where a broad range of issues, from safety and health to efficiencies and finances, makes the proper choice and application of equipment critical on nearly a moment-to-moment basis.