21 Nov 2014
Nov 21 2014

Failure is the stepping stone to success. Failure is the stepping stone to success. Failure is the stepping stone to success. This maxim says that if a person fails once, he should not lose heart. He must observe the mistakes that led to the failure and try to […]

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21 Nov 2014
Nov 21 2014

Facts about Planets Facts about Planets : Planets may look like stars IN the sky, but they are very different. Stars are huge balls of the hot, glowing gas that create their own light. Planets are big, dark bodies that move around stars. They do not create their […]

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21 Nov 2014
Nov 21 2014

Experience is the mother of Science. Experience is the mother of Science. Experience is the mother of Science. The maxim above says that experiencing in any field by indulging the same repeatedly without hesitation and negligence is the key guidance to invent something in the field concerned to […]

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21 Nov 2014
Nov 21 2014

Example is better than precept. Example is better than precept. Experience is the mother of Science. The maxim above says that experiencing in any field by indulging the same repeatedly without hesitation and negligence is the key guidance to invent something in the field concerned to give long […]

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21 Nov 2014
Nov 21 2014

Eventually comfort will be provided. Eventually comfort will be provided. No matter how long a log stays in the water it doesn’t become a crocodile. In daily use this proverb is used to make the point that you can’t be something you’re not and thus stress the importance […]

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21 Nov 2014
Nov 21 2014

Even Monkeys Fall from Trees. Even Monkeys Fall from Trees. Epigrams succeed where epics fail. An epic is a very long narrative poem consisting of heroic adventures of a person or a group of people. Mahabharata and Ramayana are two famous epics which gives the complete story of […]

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21 Nov 2014
Nov 21 2014

Epigrams succeed where epics fail. Epigrams succeed where epics fail. Epigrams succeed where epics fail. An epic is a very long narrative poem consisting of heroic adventures of a person or a group of people. Mahabharata and Ramayana are two famous epics which gives the complete story of […]

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21 Nov 2014
Nov 21 2014

Do not rob Peter to pay Paul. Do not rob Peter to pay Paul. Do not rob Peter to pay Paul. This proverb instructs us that our borrowing should be repaid out of our own efforts and not by taking away from others. It warns us not to […]

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21 Nov 2014
Nov 21 2014

Do not look a gifted horse in the mouth. Do not look a gifted horse in the mouth. Cut your coat according to your cloth. This proverb advises to cut and stitch the coat according to the cloth available in hand also warns that the size of the […]

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21 Nov 2014
Nov 21 2014

Do not build castles in the air. Do not build castles in the air. Do in Rome as the Romans do. = When you are in Rome be a Roman. This famous proverb instructs us that a person should mould up his attitude, behavioral pattern and his habits […]

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