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Robert Christy, comp.  Proverbs, Maxims and Phrases of All Ages.  1887.
 
Year
 
A snow year a rich year.  1
All the same a hundred years hence.  2
Each passing year robs us of something.  Latin.  3
Every past year is the best.  Modern Greek.  4
Everything is of every year.  Italian.  5
One year borrows another year’s food.  Chinese.  6
The ill year comes in swimming.  French.  7
The year has a wide mouth and a big belly.  Danish.  8
Years and sins are always more than owned.  Italian.  9
Years are the mile-stones that tell us the distance we have travelled, but it is rarely women count them.  Punch.  10
 
 
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