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Chris Bennett wrote:

Well, I am all for pot stirring, but I see that David left out the fenny
snake and blind-worm's sting. I'll add them now, plop, splash, and so let's
double, double, toil and trouble:

And david Unwin wrote:

Saddle up me high horse ostler, I'm a ridin' out:

Being as many other listmembers a gaijin (japanese for (dirty) foreigner), I understand little and become curious, thus I would dare to ask:
Can anyone address me, and eventually other people as ignorant as me to a website where to find a dictionary for these and other kind of sayings?
Thanks indeed!

Sopra la panca la capra campa, sotto la panca la capra crepa.
Try it out!

                                        Silvio Renesto

        "When they hear of the Way,
        The highest minds hurry up to practice it;
        The average minds think about it
        They sometimes feel it real and sometimes not;
        The lowest minds laugh at it.
        If they did not laugh at it,
        It would not be the Way."

                                (Lao Tzu)

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