Don't stop and kick at every dog that barks at you - (USA) If we stop to kick at every dog that barks at us we will never arrive at our destination in life, because we are obsessed with righting insignifigant wrongs that should have no more effect on us then a dog that barks as we walk by.
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Every ass likes to hear himself bray - This means that people like the sound of their own voice.
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Every cloud has a silver lining - People sometimes say that every cloud has a silver lining to comfort somebody who's having problems. They mean that it is always possible to get something positive out of a situation, no matter how unpleasant, difficult or even painful it might seem.
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Every dog has its day - This idiom means that everyone gets their moment to shine.
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Every man and his dog - A lot of people - as in sending out invitations to a large number of people
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Every man for himself - If it's every man for himself, then people are trying to save themselves from a difficult situation without trying to help anyone else.
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Every man has his price - Anyone's opinion or support can be bought, everyone's principles have a limit.
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Every man jack - If every man jack was involved in something, it is an emphatic way of saying that absolutely everybody was involved.
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Every nook and cranny - If you search every nook and cranny, you look everywhere for something.
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Every Tom, Dick and Harry - If every Tom, Dick and Harry knows about something, then it is common knowledge.
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Every trick in the book - If you try every trick in the book, you try every possible way, including dishonesty and deceit, to get what you want.
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Fortune knocks once at every man's door - Everyone gets one good chance in a lifetime.
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If I had a nickel for every time - (USA) When someone uses this expression, they mean that the specific thing happens a lot. It is an abbreviation of the statement 'If I had a nickel for every time that happened, I would be rich'
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Strain every nerve - If you strain every nerve, you make a great effort to achieve something.
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In literature:
Every inhabitant in every town he passed, was said to be against him.
"Travels in France during the years 1814-1815" by Archibald Alison
Every priest, every frequenter of the old court, every lawyer, every banker, is a man to be suspected.
"Critical and Historical Essays, Volume III (of 3)" by Thomas Babington Macaulay
Every stone, every hill on these Plains could tell a wonderful story.
"The Red Watch" by J. A. Currie
The relation of master and slave, says Gibbon, existed in every province and in every family of the Roman Empire.
"Cotton is King and The Pro-Slavery Arguments" by Various
With the prize in his hands, fires burst from every roof in every quarter.
"The Land of Thor" by J. Ross Browne
Lord Chetwynde wished to see her every day, but did not wish them to know that he came every day.
"The Cryptogram" by James De Mille
Every Sauk and Fox brave, every Winnebago and Potawatomi and Kickapoo, can do as much.
"Shaman" by Robert Shea
In youth, we hope every thing may be right: in age, we fear that every thing may be wrong.
"The Cook and Housekeeper's Complete and Universal Dictionary; Including a System of Modern Cookery, in all Its Various Branches," by Mary Eaton
He proclaimed a holiday throughout his kingdom, and every one feasted and danced.
"Boys and Girls Bookshelf (Vol 2 of 17)" by Various
Every morning and every evening brought Buck's strong presence to the farm for a brief visit.
"The Golden Woman" by Ridgwell Cullum
Every tree, every bush, every rise and hollow passed under his closest scrutiny.
"The Twins of Suffering Creek" by Ridgwell Cullum
Their great organizations are a power in every town and city.
"The History of Woman Suffrage, Volume IV" by Various
As Territory and State, every county, every town, every precinct has been served faithfully and well by women in various positions.
"The History of Woman Suffrage, Volume VI" by Various
With every drop of my blood I hate and execrate every form of tyranny, every form of slavery.
"The Ghosts" by Robert G. Ingersoll
Apply the Principle of principles, Love, to every task, every problem, every situation, every condition!
"Carmen Ariza" by Charles Francis Stocking
Every city and town, and nearly every individual, is in debt.
"Hope Mills" by Amanda M. Douglas
Place it upon the shelf in the cheese-room, and turn it every day, or at least every other day.
"Soil Culture" by J. H. Walden
A thrill of joy electrifies every heart, a smile of triumph is on every lip.
"A Rebel War Clerk's Diary at the Confederate States Capital" by John Beauchamp Jones
Every tree, every bench, every shrub, greeted her like a long-vanished Past.
"Villa Eden:" by Berthold Auerbach
You must have felt how I have prayed for you and yours every morning and every evening.
"Edelweiss" by Berthold Auerbach
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In poetry:
Now in falling splendour
Every leaf
Fills the heart with tender,
Wistful grief.
"Autumn" by Manmohan Ghose
Then shall I sing
The new song of Thy Spring,
Every leaf of me
Whispering Love in Thee!
"The Tree" by John Freeman
Every night we listened
for a horned owl.
In the horned lamp flame,
the wallpaper glistened.
"A Summer’s Dream" by Elizabeth Bishop
Every step upon my way,
Every moment, night and day,
It supports me still to say,
Lord! Thou knowest.
"Thou Knowest" by Martin Farquhar Tupper
Every thought is public,
Every nook is wide;
Thy gossips spread each whisper,
And the gods from side to side.
"Quatrains" by Ralph Waldo Emerson
There is a source for every stream,
A cause for every woe,
But veiled in mist they often seem
To mortals here below.
"The Youthful Villager And The Hermit" by James Madison Bell
In news:
Sure, a gun and spare mag are items every officer carries every day , but what about other essentials.
Adds companion content for every episode of every show and reports record mobile traffic.
You want to play often, but you cannot commit to every Tuesday or every Thursday.
Lexis's 2,900-square-foot cooler holds every kind of flower for every kind of occasion.
I have seen first-hand the hard work and dedication that she puts in every day to make each and every citizen in Lewiston have a better life.
"That simple little toy has permeated every continent in every country, as many homes have Frisbees as any other device ever invented," McIff said.
The Screaming Eagles hope to drive opponents nuts by returning every serve, every spike.
My Grandparents chose to love each other when they met as teenagers, and then, they chose to love each other every part of every day, through the Great Depression, through absence during war, child rearing, work, illnesses… Life.
Every scene in every city experiences it eventually.
In nearly every state where he has campaigned, exit polls show Romney performing basically the same in every major demographic group, give or take a few points.
They are plastered on every roadside, every fence and every empty lot in the city and county.
We tested every facet of every goggle , taking into consideration fit, anti-fog, helmet compatibility, lens options, peripheral vision, foam comfort and density, back straps, venting, cost, style, and durability.
Every second of every day, according to the CIA's World Factbook, 2.4 babies are born.
Hurricane season starts June 1 of every year and ends on Nov 30 of every year, with an average of 5.9 hurricanes forming in the Atlantic Ocean each year.
With every kill, every game and every match, the Mendon volleyball team grew as a unit this year.
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In science:
Then for every ordinal α ∈ ω1 , every condition p ∈ Pα and every Borel function ˙x : p → R there is a condition q ≤ p and a real y ∈ A such that for every sequence ~r ∈ q , θ( ˙x(~r), y ) holds.
Countable Support Iteration Revisited
Further, AM A = A for every non-zero matrix M , hence AX A = A for every non-zero (closed) subspace X of A and thus A → X ← A = {0} for every proper subspace X .
On simple and semisimple quantales
We prove that for every ﬁnite set S ⊂ C ∗ (Zn , A, α) and every ε > 0, there is a ﬁnite dimensional C*-subalgebra D ⊂ C ∗ (Zn , A, α) such that every element of S is within ε of an element of D.
Crossed products by finite cyclic group actions with the tracial Rokhlin property
Then every prime number p induces a p−adic valuation |·|p on Q; |x|p = p−ordp (x) , with the following properties 1) |x|p = 0 if and only if x = 0; 2) |xy |p = |x|p |y |p for every x, y ∈ Q; 3) |x + y |p ≤ max{|x|p , |y |p} for every x, y ∈ Q with equality when |x|p 6= |y |p .
On Markovian behaviour of $p$-adic random dynamical systems
For every J such that J 0 ⊆ J , for every ℓ ∈ L[J ] , and for every k ∈ [1..K ], the conditional expectation E (Gk | X = ℓ) is uniquely deﬁned.
Grade of Membership Analysis: One Possible Approach to Foundations
In §1 we prove that the strong hypothesis (pp(µ) = µ+ for every singular µ) hence the SCH (singular cardinal hypothesis, that is λκ ≤ λ+ + 2κ ) holds when: for every λ ≥ ℵ1 every stationary S ⊆ [λ]ℵ0 reﬂect in some A ∈ [λ]ℵ1 .
Reflection implies the SCH
Every merge speciﬁes the preceding d + 1 bits in the second cycle, and the bit for every shared edge as well as every edge at a split time is also speciﬁed.
Balanced Boolean functions that can be evaluated so that every input bit is unlikely to be read
Then M is “normally divisible”, i.e., for every p ∈ N , every ﬁnite subset X of M and every element a of M , there exists u ∈ M such that pu = a and for al l x, y ∈ X , x + a = y + a implies x + u = y + u .
Embedding simple commutative monoids into simple refinement monoids
BB †y − yk ≤ kBx − yk for every x ∈ H; (ii) kB †yk ≤ kzk for every z ∈ H such that kB z − yk ≤ kBx − yk for every x ∈ H.
Weighted generalized inverses, oblique projections and least squares problems
Here we recall some deﬁnitions and theorems that we use to prove Theorem 5. A group is called complete if, for every element a of G and natural number n, the equation xn = a has at least one solution in G, or, in other words, every root of every element of G belongs to G .
On the residual solvability of generalized free products of finitely generated nilpotent groups
F is closed under ﬁnite unions and ﬁnite intersections; (2) F orbid({f }) ∈ F for every f ∈ Ω; (3) ↓ f ∈ F for every f ∈ Ω; (4) the class of f ∈ Ω with no more than k essential variables belongs to F for every integer k .
On a quasi-ordering on Boolean functions
For every integer n ≥ 5, every smooth, degree-n hypersurface in Pn contains a countable union of closed, codimension-2 subvarieties containing the image of every generical ly ﬁnite, regular morphism from a Del Pezzo surface to X .
Rational surfaces in index-one Fano hypersurfaces
For every integer n ≥ 4, for every smooth, degree-n hypersurface X in Pn , and for every integral closed subscheme M of Mg,0 (X ) satisfying Hypothesis 3.1, every desingularization of M has a nonzero canonical form.
Rational surfaces in index-one Fano hypersurfaces
As a corollary, we deduce a conjecture of Holt: there is a constant C such that dim H 2 (G, M ) ≤ C dim M for every ﬁnite simple group G, every prime p and every irreducible FpG-module M .
Presentations of finite simple groups: a quantitative approach
There is a constant C such that, for every ﬁnite simple group G, every prime p and every irreducible FpGmodule M , dim H 2 (G, M ) ≤ C dim M .
Presentations of finite simple groups: a quantitative approach
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