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sage

Meaning: tr
bilge, akıllı, ağırbaşlı; adaçayı
Taoism was founded on the teachings of Laozi, a sage born in 604 B.C. in present-day Henan Province.
When a Sage shall again arise, he will certainly follow my words.
Basil, sage, rosemary, thyme and oregano are popular herbs.
Is sage medicinal?
Tell me what you want and I will give it to you," said Alexander the Great to Diogenes. "I don't need anything," the sage responded, "but if you want to make me happy, stop blocking my sunlight."
He is a sage.
Of these Garlands and Nosegays are tied round with twigs. There are also sweet herbs added such as Marjoram, Flowergentle, Rue, Lavender, Rosemary, Hysop, Spike, Basil, Sage, Mints and so on.
The fool runs after the pleasures of life and sees himself cheated; the sage avoids evils.
Better to be a happy fool than an unhappy sage.
Did you put sage in the pasta?
Added on 2015-08-20 | by m1gin | View: 429

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