As such, one of the adages
which does stand the test of time is that time in the market is important, not timing the market.
The sectors of the economy in ADAGE
are shown in Table 1.
Verse two corresponds to adage
869 Elephantum ex musca facis, or you make an elephant out of a fly, which is one of the figures of speech, along with the disguised crow, that Folly uses to disparage flattering praise purchased by hypocritical patrons from accommodating poets.
currently has around 200 working male and female models aged 15-80 on its books, as well as a large range of child models.
The choices are automatically sent to the computers at Kroger, which identifies the consumer by his or her loyalty-card number at checkout, and the discount is automatically applied there, according to the AdAge
Business software provider Infor announced on Thursday (26 April) enhancements to the latest version of Infor ERP Adage
, a platform-independent ERP solution designed for process manufacturers.
Necessity is the mother of invention, goes the old entrepreneurial adage
A popular adage
states that if Christopher Columbus ever returned to the West Indies, the only country he would recognize is the Commonwealth of Dominica.
The old adage
still holds: If you think education is expensive, try ignorance.
'Stadtluft macht frei', as the German medieval adage
had it: 'Town air makes free'.
"You are what you eat" is the old adage
that applies to our bodies.
Adopting the Socratic adage
, "Know thyself" as the ultimate reward of reflective thinking, she concentrates on key areas, such as the critical thought process that should be taught in high schools to give students the ability to understand fully how they learn things, what it means to make a home, and what information is necessary to make wise occupational choices.