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Re: The origin of flight (off topic)




On Monday, March 25, 2002, at 05:16 PM, Fam Jansma wrote:


"Rather an end with horror than a horror without end"... pretty recent
German proverb.


The person who said that must have seen JPIII...

It's a good comment to JPIII. The proverb is a lot older, though. :-)

Alright, maybe Anne of Bolin (one of the wives of Henry V from England)
would be a good bet than


Either Anne Boleyn (executed: an end with horror) or Anne of of Cleves (divorced:horror without end) of Henry VIII. Sorry, but we might as well get recent history right.




John Conway, Palaeoartist

"All art is quite useless." - Oscar Wilde

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