Short popular sayings effectively expressing or astutely professing general truths or useful thoughts. (From Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed, p97, p1556)
Aphorisms and proverbs in medicine are concise, memorable statements that express general truths or principles related to clinical practice, often reflecting the wisdom and experiences accumulated over time by medical professionals.
The application of a concept to that which it is not literally the same but which suggests a resemblance and comparison. Medical metaphors were widespread in ancient literature; the description of a sick body was often used by ancient writers to define a critical condition of the State, in which one corrupt part can ruin the entire system. (From Med Secoli Arte Sci, 1990;2(3):abstract 331)
Education and training outside that for the professions.

Nomen est omen. Fabry disease. (1/9)

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A is for aphorism - is it true that 'a careful history will lead to the diagnosis 80% of the time'? (2/9)

Medicine is an uncertain pursuit. As medical students and junior doctors, we often try to manage this by collecting golden rules as we progress through our education. And there are many occasions when a 'third voice' joins us during a consultation - the voice of a professor, clinical tutor or colleague, that enters our head spouting a pearl of wisdom, such as, 'a woman of childbearing age is pregnant until proven otherwise' or 'when you hear hoof beats, think horses not zebras'.  (+info)

A is for aphorism - the power of silence. (3/9)

'All you have to do is listen' is the title of Rob Kapilow's delightful book on classical music; but he could equally have been talking about general practice consultations. Listening requires several skills including attention, echoing and body language, but begins with silence. Well timed silences, used judiciously, can allow the patient adequate space to express symptoms and concerns, while allowing the general practitioner more time for attention, comprehension and synthesis.  (+info)

Parental explicit heuristics in decision-making for children with life-threatening illnesses. (4/9)

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James Alexander Lindsay (1856-1931), and his clinical axioms and aphorisms. (5/9)

John Alexander Lindsay was born at Fintona, county Tyrone in 1856, and at the age of 23 he graduated in medicine at the Royal University of Ireland. After two years in London and Europe he returned to Belfast to join the staff at the Royal Victoria Hospital and in 1899 he was appointed to the professorship of medicine. He was valued by the students for his clarity and by his colleagues for his many extracurricular contributions to the medical profession in the positions entrusted to him. He published monographs on Diseases of the Lungs, and the Climatic Treatment of Consumption, but his later Medical Axioms show his deep appreciation of studied clinical observation. Although practice was changing in the new century Lindsay displayed an ability to change with the new requirements, as evidenced by his lecture on electrocardiography as president of the section of medicine of the Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland in 1915. He was impressed by the way the string galvanometer changed attention from stenosis and incompetence of the valves to the cardiac musculature, but rightly suspected that there was more to be told about the state of the myocardium than Einthoven's three leads revealed. His death occurred in Belfast in 1931.  (+info)

A is for aphorism--'nothing is sometimes a good remedy'. (6/9)

We live in a different era of medicine than that of the great Hippocrates. Our patients are better informed, with ready access to a plethora of medical information, and enter the consultation with expectations of being offered therapies for all their ailments. But is it still true, over 2000 years after Hippocrates, that 'nothing is sometimes a good remedy'?  (+info)

A is for aphorism--'medicine is my lawful wife, and literature is my mistress. When I get [fed up with] one, I spend the night with the other.'. (7/9)

'I feel more confident and more satisfied with myself when I reflect that I have two professions and not one. Medicine is my lawful wife, and literature is my mistress. When I get tired of one I spend the night with the other. Though it is irregular, it is less boring this way, and besides, neither of them loses anything through my infidelity.'  (+info)

A is for aphorism - 'Wherever the art of medicine is loved there is also a love of humanity'. (8/9)

He was an amazing diagnostician. He could listen to the history and then with this long, pointy, bony finger he'd say, "So, what do you think was significant in that bit of the history? What did you feel there as you examined the abdomen? Did you look at this here? Have you seen these?" But he was a very warm person too - just so caring.  (+info)

Aphorisms are concise, pithy statements that express a general truth or principle in a clever or memorable way. They often relate to a specific area of knowledge or experience, such as medicine or morality. In the context of medicine, medical aphorisms are sayings or phrases that convey important principles or wisdom related to the practice of medicine. Examples include "First do no harm" (Hippocrates) and "When in doubt, cut it out" (William Stewart Halsted).

Proverbs, on the other hand, are traditional sayings that express a general truth or piece of advice based on common sense or folk wisdom. They often take the form of simple sentences or phrases and may be metaphorical or figurative in nature. Medical proverbs might include sayings like "The patient's own doctor is the best" or "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure."

Together, aphorisms and proverbs can serve as useful tools for medical professionals to remember important principles and practices, as well as communicate complex ideas in a simple and memorable way.

An aphorism is a short, pithy statement expressing a general truth or principle, often based on the experience or observation of a particular author or physician. In medicine, aphorisms are often used to summarize clinical wisdom and teachings. For example, "Primum non nocere" (First, do no harm) is an aphorism attributed to Hippocrates that serves as a fundamental principle in medical ethics.

A proverb, on the other hand, is a traditional saying that expresses a common observation or piece of advice. Proverbs are often metaphorical and culturally specific, and they may not have a single identifiable author. In medicine, proverbs can be used to convey practical wisdom and cultural knowledge relevant to healthcare practices. For example, the proverb "A stitch in time saves nine" could be applied to wound care, emphasizing the importance of promptly addressing minor injuries before they become more severe.

While there may be some overlap between aphorisms and proverbs, the key difference lies in their origin and authorship. Aphorisms are typically associated with a specific author or source, while proverbs are often anonymous and passed down through generations as part of a cultural tradition.

I must clarify that I'm here to provide information related to health, medicine, and symptoms. I don't provide definitions for literary devices such as "metaphor." However, I can tell you that in the context of medicine, metaphors are often used to help explain medical concepts to patients in a more understandable and relatable way. For example, a doctor might describe a leaky heart valve as "a gate that doesn't close properly, allowing blood to leak back." This is not a formal medical definition, but rather a figure of speech used to help patients better understand their condition.

"Non-professional education" in a medical context typically refers to education and training related to healthcare that is not provided through an accredited professional degree or certification program. This type of education may be focused on providing knowledge and skills to individuals who work in support roles within the healthcare system, such as administrative staff, patient care technicians, or community health workers. Non-professional education programs may cover topics such as basic anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, infection control, patient communication, and other relevant subjects. The goal of non-professional education is to help individuals develop the skills and knowledge necessary to contribute to high-quality patient care in a supportive role, while recognizing that they are not qualified to provide professional medical services or make clinical decisions.

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The related phrase "sapientia est potentia" is often translated as "wisdom is power". A proverb in practically the same wording ... The phrase "scientia potentia est" (or "scientia est potentia" or also "scientia potestas est") is a Latin aphorism meaning " ... Germans tend to mock US politicians' and celebrities' comparable lack of interest in the topic. A Sponti (Außerparlamentarische ... Francis Bacon, Novum Organum, Part I, Aphorism III. Boston: Taggard & Thompson, 1863, volume VIII, pp. 67-68. Ralph Waldo ...
Topics range over the divine and secular, from moral aphorisms to hierarchical social relationships.[citation needed] The ... to whom such proverbs as "Know thyself" and "Nothing in excess" were popularly attributed, and whose names differed in ... They were known by the Greeks as gnomes (c.f. the Greek adjective γνωμικός (gnomikos) "appertaining to an opinion or aphorism ...
... is a topic of interest in philosophy, religion, and psychology. Kindness was one of the main topics in the Bible. In ... Proverbs 25:21-22 You should respond with kindness toward evil done to you, and you will destroy in an evil person that ... Aphorism 48. Singla, Parvesh. "Character". The Manual of Life: Understanding Karma/Right Action. Parvesh singla - via Google ...
In Persian-speaking countries today, proverbs and aphorisms from the Golestan appear in every kind of literature and continue ... conveys meaning on many levels and broadly on many topics. In this story, Saadi communicates the importance of teachers ... The well-known aphorism still frequently repeated in the western world, about being sad because one has no shoes until one ... He has furnished the originals of a multitude of tales and proverbs which are current in our mouths, and attributed by us to ...
From 1972 until 1976 he occasionally published film essays on uncontroversial topics. This was possible because friends and ... of proverbs, ballads and myths. Úklady jazyka alebo slovgličtina (Schemes of the Language or Slovenglish), A series of articles ... enriched by a selection of aphorisms characterized by black humor, by playing on words, persiflages - and parodies - ... Like Part 1 but short-film topics only. Pavel Branko, Straty a nálezy III, 1963 - 2007 (Lost and found 3, 1963 - 2007). ...
Similar to aphorism and proverb.) adjective Any word or phrase which modifies a noun or pronoun, grammatically added to ... bathos Bathos refers to rhetorical anticlimax-an abrupt transition from a lofty style or grand topic to a common or vulgar one- ... akin to a proverb, maxim, or aphorism. aposiopesis A rhetorical device in which speech is broken off abruptly and the sentence ... doppelgänger double rhyme drama dramatic character dramatic irony dramatic lyric dramatic monologue dramatic proverb dramatis ...
In the early 1900s, proverbs, sayings, aphorisms and slogans were added to kangas. A trader in Mombasa, Kaderdina Hajee Essak, ... Scholia has a topic profile for Kanga (garment). Kanga pictures Kanga writings Collection of and commentary on 436 sayings on ... Messages are often in the form of riddles or proverbs. When giving a kanga as a gift, one must be mindful of the proverb, as ... Some examples of proverbs: Majivuno hayafai: Greed is never useful Mkipendana mambo huwa sawa: Everything is all right if you ...
Proslepsis: extreme form of paralipsis in which the speaker provides great detail while feigning to pass over a topic. Proverb ... Aphorism: briefly phrased, easily memorable statement of a truth or opinion, an adage. Aporia: faked or sincere puzzled ...
And so, the aphorism is scorned by "serious" people, the professors look down upon it. When they read a book of aphorisms, they ... in any proverb, in any reflection, our people expresses the same shyness in front of life, the same hesitation and resignation ... contributed a column to Vremea dealing with the topic (in which Cioran confessed that "there is no present-day politician that ... He's not serious." Me, I can put two aphorisms that are contradictory right next to each other. Aphorisms are also momentary ...
Biblical Hebrew uses the perfective aspect.[citation needed] In Japanese, an imperfective clause with the wa (topic) particle ... proverb). - The aorist may express a general truth. The aorist simply states a past occurrence and leaves the reader to draw ... that expresses general truths or aphorisms. Used to describe an aspect, the gnomic is considered neutral by not limiting the ...
These aphorisms concern proper ethical and social conduct, as well as the importance of Torah study. The first two chapters ... Proverbs, Book of Wisdom) attests also to the central importance that Jews of this period placed on transmitting the ethical ... The tractate includes several of the most frequently-quoted rabbinic sayings on a variety of topics, including: "The world ... The last four paragraphs of this chapter return to the format of moral aphorisms attributed to specific rabbis. In liturgical ...
Articles with topics of unclear notability from November 2021, All articles with topics of unclear notability, Articles with ... He regularly dispenses aphorisms, especially to their foes, upon defeating them. He also has some medical skills which he ... Lee" - The owner of a Chinese laundromat, who often makes use of clichéd Chinese proverbs and is of unpredictable mood. Mr. Lee ...
Anti-proverb - Transformation of a standard proverb for humorous effect Aphorism - Figure of speech Blason Populaire - Any item ... The study of proverbs is called paremiology which has a variety of uses in the study of such topics as philosophy, linguistics ... Proverb is as proverb does: A preliminary analysis of a survey on the use of Hungarian proverbs and anti-proverbs. Acta ... Proverb is as proverb does. Proverbium30:377-428. Kevin McKenna. 2009. "Proverbs and the Folk Tale in the Russian Cinema: The ...
The presence of wit or sarcasm tends to distinguish non-poetic epigrams from aphorisms and adages, which typically do not show ... In early English literature the short couplet poem was dominated by the poetic epigram and proverb, especially in the ... a thousand years of short elegiac texts on every topic under the sun. The Anthology includes one book of Christian epigrams as ... Admetus (epigrammatist) Aphorism Epigraph (archeology) Epigraph (literature) Epitaph Wikisource: Epigram "epigram". Online ...
Online access Mills, Margaret A. "Gnomics: Proverbs, Aphorisms, Metaphors, Key Words and Epithets in Afghan Discourses of War ... There are about 50 pages of Pashto proverbs arranged by topic in a doctoral dissertation by Bartlotti. Three additional volumes ... Dari proverb poster Pashto proverb poster Afghan Proverbs Website Pashto provebs with English translations Dari proverbs Links ... A broader, more contextualized, study of Afghan proverbs would include comparisons of Afghan proverbs with Persian proverbs ...
The main topics discussed in these works were grammar (vyākaraṇa), phonetics (śikṣā) and etymology (nirukta). These are ... The learning of these secular sciences took place by way of a guru expounding the subject orally, using works of aphorisms, the ... These are mainly poems which contain some wise saying, aphoristic lesson (often ethical), popular maxim or a proverb (lokavakya ... The Purāṇa are a large class of Hindu scriptures which cover numerous topics such as myth, legends of the Hindu gods, cosmogony ...
The subhashita deals with various subjects and includes topics of day to day experiences that every one can easily relate to. A ... Lokokti (or lokavakya, pracinavakya) are Sanskrit proverbs, in the form of short sentences that express truths or facts, but ... A subhashita (Sanskrit: सुभाषित, subhāṣita) is a literary genre of Sanskrit epigrammatic poems and their message is an aphorism ... Subhashita-miktavali There are tens of thousands of Subhashita in Indian literature covering topics as diverse as humor, ...
... 's "Georgian Proverbs," which included Shota Rustaveli's aphorisms, was published in French during this time ... One of the earliest scholarly works about this topics in Georgian ethnography is "Wedding Customs in Samegrelo." Tedo Sakhokia ... In 1912, he presented this society with a French translation of his work, "Les proverbs Georgiens". According to the list dated ... During this time, he began collecting and publishing Georgian proverbs and lexical materials, as well as customs, historical ...
In 1933-1934, he debuted as a writer with a series of unusual sketch stories, poems and aphorisms, all of which were first ... "The hardest thing when one writes a cookbook is not to stray away from the topic. In what concerns me, I can say, without any ... in reference to the Romanian proverb "He who was once burned by soup will even blow to cool yogurt"). Late in his life, he ... Recipes may turn to off-topic statements, as is the case for the text recommending the "mountain oysters": "At the moment she ...
All articles with topics of unclear notability, Academics articles with topics of unclear notability, Articles with multiple ... Aphorisms and something close to it. Ternopil: Educational book - Bogdan., 2011. 296 pp. Roads of Leonid Lyman / / Literatyrna ... Number 5. English proverbs and sayings. Collection. Translated from English. R. Dotsenko. Preface N. Zhluktenko. Kyiv: Dnipro ... author of aphorisms and maxims. Member of the National Writers Union of Ukraine. Political prisoner of Stalin's concentration ...
The verses are aphorisms on topics related to tact, political wisdom, righteousness and the purpose of life. 85 Dohas from this ... Lutgendorf 1991, p. 11: ... - scores of lines from the Rāmcaritmānas have entered folk speech as proverbs - ... Mitra, Swati (5 ...
1952 proverb citation 1955 term citation of phrase "Murphy's law" Murphy's law entry in the Jargon File Murphy's Law of Combat ... ADS member Bill Mullins found a slightly broader version of the aphorism in reference to stage magic. The British stage ... Before long, variations of the law applied to different topics and subjects had passed into the public imagination, changing ... Murphy's Law's Origin Archived 2012-03-10 at the Wayback Machine Reference to 1941 citation of the proverb The Annals of ...
The Summum aphorisms are officially known as the "Seven Aphorisms". Summum believes that when Moses came down from Mount Sinai ... Proverbs 6:17, Isaiah 1:15, Isaiah 26:21, Jeremiah 22:17, Lamentations 4:13, Ezekiel 9:9, Ezekiel 36:18, Hosea 4:2, Joel 3:19, ... Judeo-Christian topics, Moses, Mosaic law in Christian theology, Theophanies in the Hebrew Bible). ... Moses then shared the "Seven Aphorisms" with the few that could understand it which was then revealed by Summum. The cases were ...
Paraphrasing a Romanian proverb which speaks of "the black bread of exile", the dramatist jokingly referred to his relocation ... During several meetings, Caragiale was asked by Maiorescu to write down a series of aphorisms in an album. His concise musings ... As several commentators noted, many of the topics brought up by Caragiale built on the critical overview adopted by Junimea. To ... and that only one polemical article on a political topic could be traced back to Caragiale. The young journalist began drifting ...
He interweaved the fabric of his narration with multiple threads of sayings, proverbs, and aphorisms: seventy six, to be exact ... Examples of these diverse topics were: the tercentenary of Miguel de Cervantes (most probably written by Bolaños); La Galerna, ... they find that the man knows a lot about the topic and as a stimulus they make him a Teaching Assistant..." His interest and ...
Impromptu Speaking: In a limited amount of time a student prepares a brief speech on topics such as proverbs, aphorisms or ... Rounds can be either on a prepared topic or an impromptu topic chosen 30 minutes before the start of the round. Topics are ... National topics change every month. Lincoln-Douglas Debate: A clash of two debaters, one affirmative and one negative, on a ... Extemporaneous Speaking: A contestant is provided three current events topic on politics, economics, or culture to choose from ...
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Aphorisms & proverbs as a subject are indexed under the main heading APHORISMS AND PROVERBS AS TOPIC. INDEXER: Do not use. ... Aphorism Aphorisms Maxim Maxims Proverb Proverbs History Note. 2008. Date Established. 2008/01/01. Date of Entry. 2007/07/09. ... Proverbs Narrower Concept UI. M0505822. Terms. Proverbs Preferred Term Term UI T689889. Date01/24/2007. LexicalTag NON. ... Aphorisms Narrower Concept UI. M0505821. Terms. Aphorisms Preferred Term Term UI T689886. Date01/24/2007. LexicalTag NON. ...
Ever noticed an old aphorism or proverb that actually seems like terrible advice? The one that just gets me is "curiousity ... Id hoped to hear more people weigh in on this topic.. Those who wrote me personal e-mails are exempt.. 2. Strange advice. ... What common folk wisdom or aphorisms never made sense to YOU?. Also: if you have an opinion on my rant, Id be interested to ... prejudice and hurt that make it really hard for people to listen to ANY kind of talk about such topics from even the most open ...
... find other authenticated quotes about memory and similar topics, and share quotes with your friends. ... Topic. Capitalism Author. Benjamin Franklin Medium. Essay Statement Type. Proverbs, aphorisms and adages ...
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It is one of the major themes of the randomly collected aphorisms which dominate Proverbs 10-31, and one of the two topics ... Even when it is being positive, Proverbs is predominantly problem-centred in its treatment of sex, as of other topics. The Song ... To a man, Proverbs says, Love, dont wander. Keep alive a vision for a relationship which remains full of joyful delight, of ... The women that Proverbs warns men against are at one level the female functionaries of these religions. And this may be the ...
Thus the cryptic proverbs or aphorisms (as in the Ifa system or the Yi Jing ), or the nonbinding details and universalizable ... Useful historical surveys of divination and related topics in world cultures include Lynn Thorndikes monumental A History of ...
Aphorisms and Proverbs as Topic. Hubbard, Elbert, 1856-1915. 26. [Apparatus for dislocated shoulder] ... An aphorism from the doctors Publication: Bethesda, MD : U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, ...
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Herbert Simons 1946 The Proverbs of Administration notes that there are proverbs that are widely accepted, but exactly opposed ... different accepted aphorisms lead to similarly contradictory conclusions. This was a criticism of much of the pre-scientific ... and its appropriate to approach the topic of organizational dynamics using a different language that that of metrics and ...
This is a topic the Lubavitcher Rebbe explained in depth in the last essay he distributed "Vatah teztaveh"[8]). ... There is a well-known Chasidic aphorism that states, "There is no vessel more whole than a broken heart."[9] If an individual ... See Ezekiel 7:26 (in the commentaries there); Proverbs 17:4; Psalms 57:2 and 91:3 (in Metzudat Tziyon). ...
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  • The greater part of these expositions, which frequently contain popular maxims and proverbs(comp. (jewishencyclopedia.com)
  • He is credited for coining this phrase, as he famously loved proverbs and sayings. (thelocal.com)
  • That's why aphorisms, adages, and proverbs are synonyms for each other. (netfreehost.com)
  • Luther is said to have combined valuable adages from the Bible, Aesop's stories, and everyday people into succinct aphorisms that impart wisdom. (thelocal.com)
  • How do aphorisms differ from adages and proverbs. (xmassage.com.au)
  • Impromptu Speaking: In a limited amount of time a student prepares a brief speech on topics such as proverbs, aphorisms or quotations. (wikipedia.org)
  • These proverbs, aphorisms, metaphors, quips, and quotations have been used by trial lawyers, judges, jurors, and others I've encountered over my career working on big money cases in venues ranging from, as the subtitle implies, the backwoods to the big cities. (courtroomwow.com)
  • [6] 1971, Bartlett's Unfamiliar Quotations by Leonard Louis Levinson, Topic: Evil, Quote Page 89, Cowles Book Company: Henry Regnery Company, Chicago, Illinois. (quoteinvestigator.com)
  • Phrases Worth Considering - About a hundred proverbs and famous quotations, sorted by subject, selected by Gunnar Hjalmarsson. (tripod.com)
  • Quotes Galore - Quotations on various topics, organized by subject and author. (tripod.com)
  • This maxim or aphorism has a few meanings attached to it. (uusv.org)
  • The fool of Proverbs is outside of God's promises because he has forsaken His law. (trinitaschristian.org)
  • [8] 1999, Twisted Wisdom: Modern Anti-Proverbs by Wolfgang Mieder and Anna Tóthné Litovkina, Quote Page 158-159, University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont. (quoteinvestigator.com)
  • Proverbs or aphorisms express norms or codes of conduct, community beliefs or values by offering nuggets of wisdom in a short, rhyming verse. (answerscrib.com)
  • Throughout Proverbs, the Immoral Woman is contrasted with Lady Wisdom. (trinitaschristian.org)
  • Proverbs suggests that to gain wisdom, we cannot simply engage God's law with our reason, but we must also embrace it with our hearts. (trinitaschristian.org)
  • However, the aphorisms and quotes about joy written by these thinkers still excite the minds and hearts of grateful readers. (quilt-patterns.com)
  • Quote-O-Matic - Quotes arranged by topic and category. (tripod.com)
  • How many times have you heard one of the following aphorism examples. (xmassage.com.au)
  • The Suda, a 10th century Greek encyclopedia, says the proverb is applied to those whose boasting exceeds who and what they are. (uusv.org)
  • Hippocrates, the Greek physician, first used the term, writing a book called Aphorisms to express short statements about medicine. (k12reader.com)
  • Our bible verses on universal topics will help guide you to the light. (the-digital-reader.com)
  • There are many aphorisms on the subject in the Bible, and we have compiled the best ones for you below. (the-digital-reader.com)
  • Included in Hillel's aphorism is Judaism's practical approach to all the lofty ideals that attract people to the Bible. (simpletoremember.com)
  • An aphorism , a short statement of proverbial truth. (poeticbyway.com)
  • Health Proverbs: A Kernel of Truth or Just Plain Corny? (medscape.com)
  • This aphorism is short and sweet, but it teaches us a valuable truth. (xmassage.com.au)
  • But, the aphorism is short and sweet. (xmassage.com.au)
  • An aphorism is a short and pithy saying that expresses a profound concept or idea. (k12reader.com)
  • Aphorisms & proverbs as a subject are indexed under the main heading APHORISMS AND PROVERBS AS TOPIC. (nih.gov)
  • Shown here in an undated reproduction of an eighteenth-century portrait, Franklin wrote the almanac through the character of "Poor Richard," who was meant to be uneducated and approachable, famous for his colloquial proverbs and bits of advice. (philadelphiaencyclopedia.org)
  • Adopting the persona of "Richard Saunders," Franklin proffered his unique brand of prophecy, proverbs, poetry, puzzles, and practical advice on all manner of subjects, with humor to great effect. (philadelphiaencyclopedia.org)
  • In 1899 "The Literary Era: A Monthly Repository of Literary and Miscellaneous Information" printed a set of "Modern Aphorisms" with an ascription to Carolyn Wells. (quoteinvestigator.com)
  • Aphorisms may be formed using another literary device, such as juxtaposition, parallelism, or alliteration. (k12reader.com)
  • Among his aphorisms are found statements plines of food, nutrition, management, which are in agreement with current re- communication, biological, physiological, search, such as "persons who are naturally behavioural and social sciences to achieve very fat are apt to die earlier than those and maintain human health. (who.int)
  • Here's a chance to express your opinion on some of our most common aphorisms. (medscape.com)
  • That is why those to whom God has given religious faith by moving their hearts are very fortunate, and feel quite legitimately convinced, but to those who do not have it we can only give such faith through reasoning, until God gives it by moving their heart, without which faith is only human and useless for salvation" (Aphorism 282). (trinitaschristian.org)
  • These norms expressed in proverbs, jokes and aphorisms largely coincide, differing in that proverbs recommend to stay away from power, jokes sharply criticize corruption in power, aphorisms give a holistic picture of the proper behavior of the power holders and their subordinates. (rudn.ru)
  • I would like to interview some of your workers of an Asian background who could help give me some insight for my topic. (xmassage.com.au)
  • Aphorisms state universal truths about life that encourage reflection. (xmassage.com.au)
  • Aphorisms are so common that we hardly think twice about them. (xmassage.com.au)
  • Aphorisms have played a key role in world literature since then. (k12reader.com)
  • he is the author of a number of aphorisms which are tinged with mysticism (see especially Sanh. (jewishencyclopedia.com)
  • Health-Related Proverbs: Fact or Fancy? (medscape.com)
  • Could the fact that they taught the aphorism but failed to make it practical like Judaism did have to do with it? (simpletoremember.com)
  • [5] 1955, Speaker's Handbook of Epigrams and Witticisms by Herbert V. Prochnow, Topic: Beauty, Quote Page 27, Harper & Brothers, New York. (quoteinvestigator.com)
  • All of these are lessons that can be found in Proverbs, and that Lear can undoubtedly stand to learn from. (trinitaschristian.org)
  • Health-related proverbs or aphorisms have been around since the beginning of medical practice. (medscape.com)
  • Ben Franklin's famous aphorism, "A penny saved is a penny earned," for instance, relies on parallelism for its construction. (k12reader.com)
  • The actions of these characters directly imitate those of the Immoral Woman in Proverbs, who is the embodiment of folly. (trinitaschristian.org)
  • Find articles about a range of topics, consider concrete tips and strategies, and download additional resources. (gretchenrubin.com)
  • A poem dealing with a rural or agricultural topic, but differing from pastoral poetry in that the primary intention of a georgic is didactic . (poeticbyway.com)
  • Other aphorisms have been passed down through popular culture over the centuries, and the origin of them remains unknown. (k12reader.com)
  • Along with the power to use the internet is the reporter's power provided to the netizen for a netizen may actually be a source of primary knowledge about certain topics or issues. (answerscrib.com)
  • 2 Proverbs, aphorisms, caveats, mnemonics, lists and many other strategies have emerged that serve a similar purpose. (bmj.com)
  • The project yield a dictionary and a corpus of audio and video data documenting endangered meanings, that is, words related to such domains as traditional material culture, aphorisms, epigrams, and proverbs. (elararchive.org)
  • Extemporaneous Speaking: A contestant is provided three current events topic on politics, economics, or culture to choose from and selects one. (wikipedia.org)
  • Today's jurors have more complex layers of knowledge, opinions, and attitudes on more topics from more sources than ever before. (courtroomwow.com)