What is the origin of the phrase There are three women in a man's life The girl in the meadow the mother of his children and a tall quiet woman?
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If she is still alive, ask her. If not, write a letter of inquiry to the customer service department of suspect insurance companies. ie: the insurance companies they bought their own insurance from, the ones they bought your insurance from etc..
Answer . That depends on the individual. Some have the urge very young (sometimes too young). Some never do.
The original is "One for the money, two for the show, three to get ready, and four to go." The origins seem to be lost in time, but it seems to be based on horse racing. The jingle is used by children as a countdown to start races, and variations on it can be found in children's books from the 1800s…. (The rhyme appears as "One for the money, two for the show, three to get ready, now go cat, go" in Elvis Presley's "Blue Suede Shoes", written by Carl Perkins in 1956. In that context it means "get ready, folks, we're taking off!" Carl Perkins likely remembered it from his own childhood. He did NOT originate it. I was a child in the late 1940s and '50s, and we used it then.) ( Full Answer )
The phrase Girl Friday came from Man Friday after the native in Daniel Defoe's novel Robinson Crusoe (1719)
The phrase originated in the Irish/American community of the USA, in the early part of the 20th century. The first printed citation of it that I have found is from the Connecticut newspaper The Hartford Courant , December 1911 - in a piece headed ' Bullet Ends Life of Famous Wild Cow ':. The famous… wild cow of Cromwell is no more. After "living the life of Riley" for over a year, successfully evading the pitchforks and the bullets of the farmers, whose fields she ravaged in all four seasons.. The quote marks that the writer added around the phrase are often an indication that the phrase in question isn't familiar to the readership, which is an indication of it being newly coined. The phrase was much used in the military, especially amongst the Irish soldiery in WWI. The first known citation in that context is in a letter from a Private Walter J. Kennedy (who surely had parents or grandparents who hailed from the old country), stationed at Camp Dix, New Jersey, which was published in The Syracuse Herald on 29th June 1918. The piece was headed " Great Life, Writes Soldier at Camp ":. "This is surely one great life." writes Kennedy. "We call it the life of Riley. We are having fine eats, are in a great detachment and the experience one gets is fine.". Later that year, on 22nd October, The Bridgeport Telegram published a letter from Private Samuel S. Polley, 102 Regiment, stationed in France.. "They [German officers] must have led the life of Reilly as we caught them all asleep in beds...". Who Riley (or Reilly, or Reiley) was isn't clear. If he had been a known individual then it surely would have been recorded. The lack of any such records points to the name being chosen as that of a generic Irishman, much as Paddy is used now. ( Full Answer )
no man's land . n. 1. Land under dispute by two opposing parties, especially the field of battle between the lines of two opposing entrenched armies. 2. An area of uncertainty or ambiguity. 3. An unclaimed or unowned piece of land. no man's land - land that is unowned and uninhabited (and… usually undesirable) ( Full Answer )
Harry Potter is a fictional character, he doesn't exist in real life. The character of Harry does have three children: James Sirius, Albus Severus and Lily Luna Potter. The actor who played him, Daniel Radcliffe, does not have any children.
Origin unknown; however the essence of this phrase is used to describe the phenomenon where certain 'professionals' in any given area are so busy with work for their clients and their teams that they neglect using their professional skills to help themselves or those closest to them. For example - t…he painter & decorator who never decorates his own house, the web designer that hasn't finished their website, or the accountant who is late in submitting his own tax return! ( Full Answer )
Is it right for a Catholic woman that is separated from her husband to go to a married man's house with her two children while the man's wife and children are out of town?
Absolutely not. It is a step down from cheating and can only lead to there, Catholic or not. The man is married and you are, essentially, the other woman. You need to ask yourself what it looks like to your kids and to the mans wife. Put yourself in their positions. Would the mans wife be okay with …the fact that her husband had another woman in her house while she were out of town? You need to think about that. You need to stop this before it goes any further and ends up destroying the livelihoods of those involved, especially the mans children. And what kind of example is this setting for the future of your own children? This may not be what you want to hear, but it is still the truth. Another If the married man is her own brother, it would be all right. If he is the family dentist and works out of an office in his home, and the lady is bringing her children there to get some cavities filled, it would be all right. Other than that, the visit may still be innocent but it doesn't sound very smart. Dodgy behavior like this may be innocent but all it would take would be one malicious rumor to start some real trouble. If the married lady doesn't care for her own reputation, she should care for the sake of her kids. Her children deserve better than to have a mother who is willing grist for the rumor mill. ( Full Answer )
Your children should come first because they depend on you for their lives and their upbringing, and your lady may only depend on you to take her to nice restaurants and even then she could get someone else to take her.
The oldest reference of "it's quiet, too quiet." seems to be from Marcel Duchamp . He is Quoted as saying "One doesn't drink here any more and it's quiet, too quiet." after arriving in New York from France in early January of 1920. The quote is referring to the fact that Prohibition had recen…tly gone into effect. ( Full Answer )
In the novel Robinson Crusoe, Crusoe had a man he called Friday as his helper. Friday did just about anything Crusoe asked him to do. Girl Friday is a reference to a female worker who can and will do just about any sort of work her boss demands, just as the man Friday did for Crusoe.
Randy Rhoads, who was also the lead guitarist for Ozzy Osbourne, on the Blizzard of Ozz album. He died tragically on tour with Ozzy supporting the Album while him and a few others were flying a small plane trying to "buzz" the tourbus. He formed Quiet Riot with Kevin DuBrow, Kelly Garni, and Drew Fo…rsythe. He left the band which disbanded for two years. Then Kevin Dubrow reformed Quiet Riot with Carlos Cavazo, Rudy Sarzo and Frankie Banali. ( Full Answer )
Often they are around the same tallness, however this only sometimes happens so you can't really say.
Yes, you can certainly be allergic to sperm. however it is rare, only 2% is estimated to be truly allergic to sperm. : Pollen (as my 9th grade biology teacher said) is really actually plant sperm. That grossed out the class for the day. I believe more than 2% of people are allergic to pollen... …It's very, very rare, but yes. It's possible. ( Full Answer )
The Constitution does not contain the phrase. It originated from the Declaration of Independence-- written well before the U.S. Constitution, but not included in the Constitution.
Stai zitto! in the masculine and Stai zitta! in the feminine are Italian equivalents of the English phrase "Be quiet!" Specifically, the verb stai means "(informal singular you) be/remain/stay." The masculine adjective zitto and the feminine zitta mean "quiet." The pronunciation is "steye…" TSEET-toh" in the masculine and "steye TSEET-tah" in the feminine. *The sound is similar to that in the English pronoun "I." ( Full Answer )
This one doesn't.\n. \nAnswer: \nMost women like men that are taller than them. \nHowever that's not always the case, just if they are insecure\n(Which makes them not worth dating).\nGood luck!!! =)
Because men are the supporters of the family, as it was always believed until the 20th century, men had to take care of the families. It was their job to protect them and finance them. In the time when the Titanic sunk, people had this kind of mentality. They were alturists.
Mainly because of chivalry. Manners were much more formal in the early 20 century and the men thought it best to care care of the women and children before themselves. The saying "women and children first" is known as the Birkinhead drill after a fanous incident in 1852 when the troopship HMS Birkin…head foundered near Cape Town, South Africa. There was not enough lifeboats for the troops and their families so the soldiers stood firm and allowed the women and children to go first. ( Full Answer )
Years ago, pregnancy tests were performed by injecting rabbits with the woman's urine. In order to see if the woman were pregnant the rabbit had to be killed, and its ovaries examined. Although the rabbit ALWAYS died, it became common for a woman to tell someone she was pregnant by saying "the rabbi…t died" So, thank you mother for the rabbit means to thank your mother that you are alive. ( Full Answer )
\nI dont know about all women but most will agree with me when I say that eyes and lips are the most attractive featureson a man. Some would also add biceps and abs to that though
In every home you find children with a dependency syndrome which originates from poor parent or child care how can an old man or woman operate at an age of three?
I'm not sure i get the question but if youmean how can an old man or woman handle a three year old then i wouls suggest using some of the supernanny tv show tricks. they worked wonders on my two year old. hope i helped
ones lot was originally just ones portion or share or stake in something the abstract idea comes from the earlier word hlot meaning some object such as a straw or die or chip of wood that represents someones portion in some transaction or in some gambling game often with that persons name wri…tten on it & often as used in drawing lots or casting lots so your lot in life was & remains your portion of it as well as your lottery ticket to it in a sense the meanings of lot as a plot of land & as a great many came much later & have nothing directly to do with your lot in life "Lot" can also refer to Lot from the Bible, the grandson of Abraham. Whom, was not super fortunate as were the other members of Abrahams family, such as Isaac and Ishmael (the founding members of the Jewish/Christian and Muslim Religions, respectively). So, "That's you lot in life" seems it could mean we take on the same unfortunate position that Lot of the bible did. Read Genesis for more info. ( Full Answer )
Talk to her, calmly. Don't scream or anything in that nature. Just tell her how you feel.
These are the first words in the book Commentarii de Bello Gallico by Julius Caesar, known to all second-year Latin students as Caesar's Gallic Wars.
Neither a man nor a woman can be a parent of a Baptist church. Only an existing Baptist church can be the "mother" of a new Baptist church.
I'm sorry for your break up but if you admit your feelings to her and she dose not take you back you will fell better for a simple fact you want her back in the inside but you don't know how to tell her you will fell better within the next day. GOOD LUCK
The Online Etymology Dictionary suggests it comes from a Dutch and Low German root, similar to slice, especially a thin slice. So a "slip" of a girl is a slight (thin) girl. They record that the first known use in printed English was in 1582.
John William Waterhouse painted "The Tempest", not sure if this is the painting you had in mind. You'll see pictures of it on the internet if you search it.
I suspect its source is Matthew 11:28, "Come unto me, all you wholabor and are heavey laden, and I will give you rest."
Who is the artist cien I have an oil painting of three little girls sitting in a meadow signed cien. Does anyone know anything about the artist cien?
I also have an amazing painting by the artist David H. Its a wall size oil painting of magnolias. Have had it for almost 15years.Would love to know about this artist as well.
It was originally said as: "Life, liberty, and property" by John Locke, who was a philosopher at the time. Jefferson liked this idea, and instead of directly copying it, he changed it to Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness. Hope that helps :).
Do u mean girls dig manly looks or the girl is lezbo she digs girls
Both children and adults with autism usually exhibit difficulties with social interactions and verbal and nonverbal communication. That doesn't necessarily mean their all quiet. All have Social difficulties, but some just have problems with the Social rules. It's true that many are quiet, but not al…l are. Some talk far too much and annoy everyone, especially if it's asperger. ( Full Answer )
One Wikianswerers opinion: Because she is to busy making babies. Another Opinion: Michelle Duggar does take care of her children. With so many children in the family, caring for everyone is a team effort and the older children do pitch in to help. In a People Magazine interview, one of the …older girls admitted it is difficult dealing with the same personalities day in and day out - so it is not necessarily easy but they work together to get things done. Michelle also has help from her husband Jim Bob and his mother. They all work together to keep the household running. So yes, Michelle Duggar does take care of her children, just in a different way from smaller families. ( Full Answer )
It's of a medieval English origin. People named "Meadows" normally lived near grassland areas. The earliest record of the name is from 1283, with the alternative spelling "Medeue".
Comes from the Gaelic of Mead Arrows. Archers from the Battle of Hastings were ferocious drinkers. Over the years this has become a derogatory term and has since been simplified to Meadows.
What do you mean by "Stronger"? If you mean stronger than men, depends on the people.
Becomes RC Loretto nun in 1928 Pope Paul VI called Mother Teresa to Rome to ask her to set up a charity home in 1968 Awarded Nobel peace prize in 1979
the girl distictly remebers a stranger the married woman who was time to time loudly speaking about girl's residencial address no matter how mant times she changed home. although the girl never knew this person but the married girl made her hear that her husband is after some girl, he is running all… the time after her, he is an expert in hacking both computers & laptops . She said that her uncle asked him to get treatement of the mental ailemnt he sufferes from, but he is not ready to do that. she cares for him so much cooks him additional lunches yet he doent understand her importantance. She told that he has sisters to marry off and they are facing financial problems. Now the girl recorded this conversations like any other convesation by her office people on her iPod because she was being staked since past so many months. Now this married woman told the girl that intercast marriages do not survive. The girl was good to her, she had good feelings for her, but why was the married girl keeping unholy intest in her hostel life talking with her roomates, then she was also parter in hacking and manipulating her email accounts which she claered by reiterating then loudly. Why do people start interfering in others life, that too when she was new and we hardly interacted. ( Full Answer )
It is a combination of the 16th century Middle English words steop and modor. Steop was a word that referred to orphans. Moder meant to take care of. A steopmodor was a woman that took care of orphans. It eventually evolved into the modern stepmother.
I miei figli sono la mia vita is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "My children are my life." Specifically, the masculine plural definite article i means "the." The masculine plural possessive adjective miei means "my." The masculine noun figli means "children, sons." The verb s…ono means "(they, formal plural you) are." The feminine definite article la means "the." The feminine singular possessive adjective mia means "my." The feminine noun vita means "life." The pronunciation is "ee myeh-ee FEE-lyee SOH-noh lah MEE-ah VEE-tah." ( Full Answer )
You are as quiet as a deaf man. He hears nothing so he cannot say anything back.
Silenzio! is one Italian equivalent of the English phrase "Be quiet!" Specifically, the word is a masculine noun in its singular form. It is considered amongst the politer ways of asking for peace and quiet. The pronunciation will be "see-LEN-tsyoh" in Italian.
Sure. Nothing in Islam teachings is against it. shia********************* in general there is no problem but if that man wants to marry her, he should pay attention to Islamic low. some similar answer in this topic Can Muslims marry white English people? *************************
There are currently no comprehensive scientific explanatoryframeworks for the origin of life. But, even though famous evolutionist Richard Dawkins in his recentbook 'The Greatest Show on Earth', in which he sets out theevidence for evolution, admits that the origin of life is a'mystery', the realit…y is that much headway has been made in thefield of abiogenesis, and that many of the key steps in theemergence of Earth life are now, at least partially, understood. ( Full Answer )
Yes, this was true. The officers, in asking Captain Smith aboutgetting the women and children to the boats, the captainacknowledged the question. However, they interpreted his responseto mean either "women and children first", or "women and childrenonly". So, on one side lifeboats were lowered if th…ere were nowomen and children nearby, while on the other side, only a smallamount of men were allowed on board if all the nearby women andchildren are already on board. As a consequence, 82% of the maleson Titanic died. ( Full Answer )
The name Meadow or Meadows is of English origin. It was a name chosen by people who lived near a meadow and comes from the Old English word "mead". The first recorded person with this surname is found in Suffolk.
That is a trick question because of how it is worded. If you were to ask, A woman wants to have 4 babies. If she predicts that the first three will be girls and the last one a boy, what are the chances she will be correct? Then the answer would be 1 in 2^4 (or 1 in 16 chance). 50% chance for eac…h kid to the power of the number of kids she is predicting . Howevah! The number of kids she already has doesn't enter into the equation. She is making one prediction about the next child only. The answer is 1 in 2 (just as if she had already had 7 girls, or 1 girl, or 2 boys and 2 girls, or 7 cats and a twinkie. If this is a math problem then there is your answer. If this is a real-life question, then there are other factors to consider, such as hormonal levels. Some people just have all girls or all boys. It just works out like that. ( Full Answer )