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It is a well known saying by Erasmus (of Rotterdam) and seems todate from about 1510. (It may be older). It is also a line in Tom Wait's "Singapore": The captain is one-armed… dwarf He's throwing dice along the wharf In the land of the blind the one-eyed man is king So take this ring... _______________________________________________________________ Desiderius Erasmus.Although, it perhaps was made popular by a short story written by H.G. Wells entitled, "Country of the Blind." "In the land of the blind the one-eyed man is king." is a commonquote in that is believed to be of Latin origin. This means that ina place where there are no talents at all, the person with evenpoor talent is regarded highly.
For starters, I'd put my money on parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme.
Yes. Assuming that the monarchy will not be abolished any time soon, Prince Charles will become King upon the death of his mother Queen Elizabeth. Charles' elder son William w…ill then be next in line to the throne.
2 men were drinking in a pub and two women walked in one man said i have to go my wife and daughter are here the other man says i have to go too my wife and daughter just arrived as well explain?
Solution: The two men in question were both widowers with a daughter from a previous marriage. They both married the other's daughter...
It is an anonymous quote. Desiderius Erasmus said it: "In regione caecorum rex est luscus."
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Rue. In Shakespeare's Hamlet Ophelia hands out herbs while mad and says; "there's rue for you; and here's some for me: we may call it herb-grace o' Sundays: O you must wear… your rue with a difference!" Shakespeare also mentions rue in Richard II; "Here did she fall a tear, here in this place I'll set a bank of rue, sour herb of grace."
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The large family of Watercress and Mint grow well in water
Currently, many herbs are touted as the "king of herbs". But traditionally, basil has been considered the king of herbs (also called holy basil, sweet basil, thai basil). …The word "basil" originates from the Greek "βασιλεύς" or basileus, which means "king".
The Sunnies and the Shias.
Henry IV, king of Navarre, a small kindom bordering France, was offered the opportunity of becoming King of France. For this he however had to renounce his Protestant beli…efs and become a Catholic. With such a grand prize in view, Henry remarked: "Paris is well worth a Mass".
Polite is to rude as graceful is to ungainly. clumsy
William Shakespeare in Richard the Third