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  • Ambrosia alendus.
    de] Das Beste ist gerade gut für ihn (Er verdient alle Ehre).
  • AMBROSIA
  • Ambrosia auf die Strasse schütten.
    info] Weise Reden vor Thoren.
  • Ambrosius schickt ins Feld den letzten Pflug, entlässt die Imme zum Honigflug.
  • AMBROSIUS
  • Ambrosius schneit (oft) den Bauern auf den Fuss.
    Frz.: J'ay entendu dire toujours, quand saint Ambroise fait neiger que nous sommes en grand danger d'avoir du froid plus de huit jours. (Leroux, I, 76.)
  • Ambten en posten hangen niet ann den boom, maar wel aan den kruiwagen.
  • Ambulance chaser/chasing.
  • Ambulance.
  • Ambulate dum lucem habetis, ut non vos tenebrae comprehendant.
  • Ambulatoria enim est voluntas defuncti usque ad vitae supremum exitum.
  • Ambulatoria est voluntas defuncti usque ad vitae supremum exitum.
    de] Wandelbar ist der Wille des Erblassers bis zum äußersten Ende des Lebens.
  • Ambulavimus vias difficiles.
  • Ame amanhã quem nunca amou, e quem já amou também ame amanhã!
  • Âme de plaisirs, âme de soupirs.
    Anne Barratin, 1845-1911
  • Âme qui vive soutenu.
  • Âme saine dans un corps sain.
    pt] Mente sã em corpo são.
  • Âme soeur.
  • Ameaça muitos, quem a(f)fronta hum.
  • Ameaça os inocentes quem poupa os culpados.
  • Ameaçar e bater nem sempre são da mesma pessoa.
  • Ameaçar ruína.
  • Amei a verdade.
  • AMEISE
  • Ameis' und Spinne auf allen Pfaden, dann wird das Wetter gut geraten.
  • AMEISE
  • Ameisen haben auch Galle.
    info] Auch der Wehrloseste sträubt sich gegen Misshandlungen, auch der Schwächste und Gutmütigste kann zuletzt zornig werden.
    zit] Die Ameisen und die Bienen, item die Bawren und Armen haben auch jren Zorn, aber er hat nicht die wehre, sondern ist ein kurtzes, kleines und geringes Zörnlein und Füncklein, nach dem Versslein: Vana est sine viribus ira: Haben Groll und Zorn ohne Nachdruck, ist verlorn.
    Richter, Axiomata
  • AMEISE
  • Ameisen ins Bett tragen.
  • AMEISE
  • Ameisen können mit einem Reiskorn angreifen.
  • AMEISE
  • Ameisen können sich dem Zucker nicht nähern, ohne davon zu essen.
  • AMEISE
  • Ameisen kriechen nicht in leere Scheuern.
  • AMEISE
  • Ameisen sterben für Zucker.
  • AMEISE
  • Ameisen suchen.
    info] Sich vergebliche, unnütze Mühe machen.
    Lat.: Formicae semitas quaerere.
  • AMEISE
  • Ameisen umgeben den sterbenden Elefanten.
  • AMEISE
  • Ameisen zernagen des Löwen Fleisch.
    info] So nagt der Neid an einem Rechtschaffenen.
  • AMEISENHUT
  • Ameisenhut ist für (gegen) Schlafen gut.
    Frz.: Celuy qui est trop endormy doit prendre garde à la fourmy. (G. Meurier, Trésor des sentences, XVIme siècle.)
  • AMEISE
  • Ameissen ins Bett tragen. (S. Holz 331.) - Lehmann, 335, 16.
  • Amélia é que era mulher de verdade.
  • Améliorer signifie généralement faire quelque chose que nous avons jamais fait auparavant.
  • Améliorer un processus sur le long terme
  • Améliorer, embourgeoiser la condition sociale des ouvriers, c'est créer une race d'esclaves contents de leur sort, une caste de parias confortables.
    Remy de Gourmont, 1858-1915
  • Amemo-nos e alegremo-nos: o amor, por mais longo que seja, nunca dura bastante.
  • Amemos a pátria.
  • Amemus patriam.
  • Amen corner.
  • Amen curler.
  • Amen dico vobis quia unus vestrum me traditurus est.
    es] En realidad os digo que sé que uno de vosotros me traicionara.
  • AMEN
  • Amen es ût, sed (sagt) Beckroth, alle rôe (rothen) Schelmen dögen nit. (Meurs.) - Firmenich, I, 243.
  • Amen is not said after an unacceptable prayer.
  • AMEN
  • Amen ist des lieben Gottes grosses Siegel. - Sprichwörterschatz, 45.
  • Ámen neki.
  • Amen para que sepa a rezo.
  • AMEN
  • Amen Selah, die Katz goht de Bach na! (Breitingheim.)
  • AMEN
  • Amen Solomen, aliquando non habemus panem. - Serapeum 1850, S. 112.
  • Amen to that.
  • Amén, amén al cielo se llega.
  • Amén, amén, al cielo llega.
  • AMEN
  • Amen, sagte der Küster, und die Kirche war aus.
  • Amén, tu ahí y yo aquí.
  • Amen, zu hor eta ni hemen.
  • Amenaza el miedo que no el denuedo.
  • Amenazas del enemigo, espuelas para el caballo.
  • Amende surannée ne doit pas être payée.
  • Amendement n'est pas péché/pécher/pechié
  • Amène l'éventail que je te donne un coup!
  • Amène tes os.
  • Amene Wiib und anere Müli isch alliwil öppis z verbessere.
    Schwiizertütsch
  • Amener à composition soutenu.
  • Amener blanc littéraire, vieux.
  • Amener son pavillon.
  • Amener/mettre/remettre sur le tapis dépréciatif,.
  • Amens amansque ut animum offirmo meum.
    de] Verrückt und verliebt, wie ich war, verhärtete ich meinen Sinn. (Titus Maccius Plautus, Mercator (Der Kaufmann), Grundlage des Sprichworts »Amantes amentes«)
  • Amens amansque.
    de] Von Sinnen und verliebt
  • Amens longus.
    de] Er ist groß und ungeschickt
  • Amens nemo magis quam male sanus amans.
  • Amer à la bouche est au coeur doux.
  • Amer à la goule, sain au coeur.
  • Amer comme du chicotin.
  • Amer et doux se promènent ensemble.
  • America - a great social and economic experiment, noble in motive and far-reaching in purpose.
    Herbert Hoover
  • America had often been discovered before Columbus, but it had always been hushed up.
    Oscar Wilde
  • AMERICA AND AMERICANS
  • America has a way of inventing tradition each morning and erasing the past by nightfall, and the hold of ancient custom is endangered by a thousand cicumstances.
    ISRAEL SHENKER
  • America has believed that in differentiation, not in uniformity, lies the path of progress. It acted on this belief; it has advanced human happiness, and it has prospered.
    Louis D. Brandeis
  • America has never been an empire. We may be the only great power in history that had the chance, and refused - preferring greatness to power and justice to glory.
    George W. Bush
  • America has never been united by blood or birth or soil. We are bound by ideals that move us beyond our backgrounds, lift us above our interests and teach us what it means to be citizens.
    George W. Bush
  • America is a country that doesn't know where it is going but is determined to set a speed record getting there.
    Laurence J. Peter
  • AMERICA AND AMERICANS
  • America is a large, friendly dog in a very small room. Every time it wags its tail, it knocks over a chair.
    ARNOLD TOYNBEE
  • America is a mistake, a giant mistake.
    Sigmund Freud
  • AMERICA AND AMERICANS
  • America is a nation that has always gone in for the loud laugh, the wow, the belly laugh and the dozen other labels for the roll-'em-in-the-aisles gagerissimo.
    JAMES THURBER
  • AMERICA AND AMERICANS
  • America is a passionate idea or it is nothing. America is a human brotherhood or it is a chaos.
    MAX LERNER
  • America is a vast conspiracy to make you happy.
    John Updike
  • America is a young country with an old mentality.
    George Santayana
  • America is not a mere body of traders; it is a body of free men. Our greatness-built upon freedom-is moral, not material. we have a great ardor for gain; but we have a deep passion for the rights of man.
    Woodrow Wilson
  • America is not merely a nation but a nation of nations.
    Lyndon B. Johnson
  • AMERICA AND AMERICANS
  • America is now liberty-conscious. In a single generation it has progressed from being toothbrush-conscious, to being air-minded, to being liberty-conscious.
    E. B. WHITE
  • AMERICA AND AMERICANS
  • America is so vast that almost everything said about it is likely to be true, and the opposite is probably equally true.
    JAMES T. FARRELL
  • AMERICA AND AMERICANS
  • America is still a frontier country of wide open spaces. Our closeness to nature is one reason why our problem is not repression but regression; our notorious violence is the constant eruption of primitiveness, of anarchic individualism.
    CAMILLE PAGLIA
  • AMERICA AND AMERICANS
  • America is still a government of the naïve, for the naïve, and by the naïve. He who does not know this, nor relish it, has no inkling of the nature of his country.
    CHRISTOPHER MORLEY
  • AMERICA AND AMERICANS
  • America is the greatest of opportunities and the worst of influences.
    GEORGE SANTAYANA
  • America is the greatest, freest and most decent society in existence. It is an oasis of goodness in a desert of cynicism and barbarism. This country, once an experiment unique in the world, is now the last best hope for the world.
    Dinesh D'Souza
  • AMERICA AND AMERICANS
  • America is the longest argument in the world.
    BILL MOYERS
  • America is the only country that went from barbarism to decadence without civilization in between.
    Oscar Wilde
  • America is therefore the land of the future, where, in the ages that lie before us, the burden of the World's History shall reveal itself.
    Georg W. Hegel
  • America lives in the heart of every man everywhere who wishes to find a region where he will be free to work out his destiny as he chooses.
    Woodrow Wilson
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