Take advantage of opportunities when they present themselves
This proverb, which alludes to the drying of grass to make hay to feed lifestock during the winter, first appeared in Alexander Barclay's satire Ship of Fools in 1509, and later in John Heywood's 1546 book of proverbs: When the sun shineth, make hay.
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The Angel of Losses
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