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Proverbs and Sayings from the Southern Appalachian Mountains

eBook (PDF), 112 Pages
(4 Ratings)
Price: $10.00
Over 850 sayings and proverbs with their history and derivation. If you’ve ever wondered where phrases like these came from, this is the book for you: “It’s raining cats and dogs,” “As poor as a church mouse,” “Letting the cat out of the bag,” “Spilling the beans,” “Saved by the bell,” “Kicked the bucket,” “Pulling the wool over someone’s eyes,” “A pig in a poke,” “Knock on wood,” “Between a rock and a hard place,” “Not enough room to swing a cat,” “Beyond the pale,” “Son of a gun,” “Getting someone’s goat,” “The whole ball of wax,” “Saving face,” “Get it by hook or crook,” “Reading the riot act,” and many, more. From one reviewer: It has been said that you can't judge a book by its cover, but in this instance you can! The lovely cover is a... More > prelude to the inside, which is a collection of oft heard proverbs and sayings repeated in most everyone's life. It is a pleasure to have them all together in this well thought out and charming book.< Less
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Product Details

Publisher
Dorothy Kickasola
Published
September 29, 2011
Language
English
Pages
112
File Format
PDF
File Size
377.34 KB

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# of Devices Unlimited
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Printable? Yes
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