an apple a day keeps the doctor away
Apples keep us healthy.
- An arm and a leg
the upper limb of the human body, especially the part extending from the shoulder to the wrist. the upper limb from the shoulder to the elbow. the forelimb of any vertebrate. some part of an organism like or likened to an arm. any armlike part or attachment, as the of a phonograph. a covering for […]
- An army marches on its stomach
an army marches on its stomach To be effective, an army relies on good and plentiful food. This saying is attributed to Napoleon Bonaparte.
- Neville chamberlain
(Arthur) Neville, 1869–1940, British statesman: prime minister 1937–40. Joseph, 1836–1914, British statesman (father of Sir Austen and Neville Chamberlain). Sir (Joseph) Austen, 1863–1937, British statesman: Nobel Peace Prize 1925. Owen, 1920–2006, U.S. physicist: Nobel Prize 1959. Wilt(on Norman) (“Wilt the Stilt”) 1936–1999, U.S. basketball player. Contemporary Examples (With Barack Obama perhaps making a cameo as […]
- An eye for an eye
the organ of sight, in vertebrates typically one of a pair of spherical bodies contained in an orbit of the skull and in humans appearing externally as a dense, white, curved membrane, or sclera, surrounding a circular, colored portion, or iris, that is covered by a clear, curved membrane, or cornea, and in the center […]