School: Scrabagh (roll number 11202)

Scrabbagh, Co. Roscommon
Mrs Rose Ffrench

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0254, Page 091

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"Half a loaf is better than no bread".
"Things easily got are lightly valued".
"An inch of an escape is as good as a mile".
"People in glasshouses should not throw stones".
"A watched kettle never boiled".
"Still waters run deep".
"The last straw never broke the camel's back".
"An opportunity once lost can never be recalled".
"The early bird catches the worm".
"Ten swallows never made a summer".
"Don't shout till you are out of the wood".
"A shut mouth wont catch any flies".
"He didn't take it from the wind".
"Any mode of carriage is better than walking".
"Hills are green far away".

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