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There are numerous locutions to express this idea; as—

At the coming of the Coqueligrues (Rabelais Pantagruel).

At the Latter Lammas. (See Lammas.)

On the Greek Calends (q.v.).

In the reign of Queen Dick. (See Dick.)

On St. Tib’s Eve. (See TibʹS Eve.)

In a month of five Sundays.

(In) la semaine des trois jeudis.

When two Fridays come together

When three Sundays come together

When Dover and Calais meet. (See Dover.)

When Dudman and Ramehead meet. (See Dudman.)

When the world grows honest.

When the Yellow River runs clear.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Nesrem
Nessus
Nest
Nest-egg (A)
Nestor
Nestorians
Nethinim
Nettle
Nettles
Nettoyer (French)
Never
Never Say Die
Nevers
New Brooms sweep Clean
New Christians
New Jerusalem
New Man
New Style
New Testament
New World
New Year’s Day

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Ad Græcas Calendas. (Deferred)
Cat Proverbs
Dudman and Ramhead
Greek Calends
Lammas
Month of Sundays (A)
Sundays