Scoil: Templenoe, Caiseal

An Teampall Nua, Co. Thiobraid Árann
Thomas F. Keegan

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Templenoe, Caiseal | Bailiúchán na Scol

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Ar an leathanach seo

(ar lean ón leathanach roimhe)

2. The beginning of a shower is a mist, and the end of a battle is strife.
3. A tinker's wife and a tailor's wife are two that never agreed.
4. Rubbing grease on a fat pig's back.
5. Nature is stronger than training.
6. The world would not make a race-horse of an ass.
7. A rolling stone gathers no moss.
8. It is better to bend than to break.
9. The person who does not carry his coal on a fine day, does not have it on a wet day.
10. Leave that as it is, and Dublin where it is, often said at the end of an argument when there is no chance of agreement.
11. How ever long the night, day comes at last.
12. He comes without asking like the bad weather
13. He who strikes my dog strikes myself.
14. A bird in hand is better than two in a nest.