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Sultan’s Horse, Deadly (The)

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“Byzantians boast that on the clod

Where once the Sultan’s horse hath trod

Grows neither grass, nor shrub, nor tree.”


Swift: Pethox the Great.

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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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Sugar and Honey
Sugared Words
Sui Generis (Latin)
Sui Juris
Suicides
Suisse
Suit
Suit of Dittos (A)
Sullt [starvation]
Sultan of Persia
Sultan’s Horse, Deadly (The)
Sultana
Summa Diligentia
Summer
Summer King (The)
Summons
Summum Bonum
Sumpter Horse or Mule
Sumptuary Laws
Sun
Sun (The)