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" When we consider that all coachmen, grooms, jockeys, " et hoc genus omne," stop, have stopped, and will stop at inns until time or ale is no more, no surprise need be excited at their thinking what was sauce for the goose was sauce for the gander... "
The Sporting review, ed. by 'Craven'. - Сторінка 133
редактори - 1848
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The New sporting magazine, Том 15

...that all coachmen, grooms, jockeys, " et hoc genus omne," stop, have stopped, and will stop at mns until time or ale is no more, no surprise need be...Aristotle so learnedly defines man, some original genins should have thought of trying how it would agree with the four-legged animal without feathers....
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The Sportsman

...resembled that of an ox or bull. When we consider that all coachmen, grooms, jockeys, " et hoc genus omne," stop, have stopped, and will stop at inns until...To be sure, "Entertainment for man and beast" might have given him the hint; for I acquit him of having discovered in the " Iliad" that horses were " Served...
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Anecdotes & Stories Including the Platform Sayings of the Rev. Thomas ...

Thomas Guthrie - 1866 - 199 стор.
...drenched, he was drowned. Of course, we felt for our courteous and civil driver, and we thoughi that what was sauce for the goose was sauce for the gander, and we offered him a glass; but the carman was not such a gander as we, like geese, took him for; to our...
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Three Letters on the Horse, Master, and Donkey

Blunt Spurs, Blunt Spurs pseud - 1883 - 155 стор.
...mother authorities could not outwardly object, and would inwardly feel content with this proceeding, for what was sauce for the goose was sauce for the gander, and they would thus have their full value, namely, what they would bring, returned to them. They realized...
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Main Et Al. Vs. Central Pacific R.R.: Arguments of Brown & Bishop for ...

1886
...conceal ; but when by the action of the gentleman we were held to the rigid rule, we concluded that " what was sauce for the goose was sauce for the gander," and in turn held him to the same that he had so successfully applied to us. As another " sample " of the...
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Report ... of the United States Pacific Railway Commission [and ..., Том 2

United States. Pacific Railway Commission - 1887
...rule of constructive mileage. That is, to use,the vulgar adage, we have gone on the principle that " what was sauce for the goose was sauce for the gander." And as the Union Pacific, we will say, was the goose in this case aod the branch lines were the gander,...
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Journal of the Society of Arts, Том 48

1899
...having caught several thousand with a fly-rod in the estuary of the Teign. With regard to flat fish, what was sauce for the goose was sauce for the gander, and in this case the goose was the man with the shrimp trawl, and the small trawlers who killed flat fish...
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Proceedings of the American Pharmaceutical Association at the Annual ..., Том 53

American Pharmaceutical Association. Annual Meeting - 1905
...asked them if they would agree to have the formulas of such appear on their prescriptions — that what was sauce for the goose was sauce for the gander — and they admitted the force of the argument and said they would amend the bill. But they never pushed the...
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The Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - 1902
...to his own fishing, yet he thought he should he prevented from fishing in an unsportsmanlike manner. What was sauce for the goose was sauce for the gander, and in this case the same law should apply as applied to the general public. Trout fishing in Scotland...
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The Man with the Red Beard: A Story of Moscow and London

David Whitelaw - 1911 - 320 стор.
...glove with the Government. I learnt later that it was this very duplicity which gave him his strength. What was sauce for the goose was sauce for the gander, and his information, when he chose to give it, made him as valuable to the Nihilists as to the officers...
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