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He is as fit as a fiddle, says daughter of man celebrating 100th birthday

‘He is as fit as a fiddle,’ says daughter of man
‘He is as fit as a fiddle,’ says daughter of man celebrating 100th birthday Arthur Henry Saunders was shocked when he opened front door to be greeted by well-wishers and friends about an hour ago

Cards flood in for Diseworth WW2 veteran on 100th birthday
image caption Henry Townsley’s daughter said he is still “fit as a fiddleBirthday cards have flooded in for a World War Two veteran – who survived 55 air raids – and is now celebrating his 100th

[IE] – ‘He is as fit as a fiddle,’ says daughter of man
[IE] – ‘He is as fit as a fiddle,’ says daughter of man celebrating 100th birthday | Irish Times

100 years old but still fit as a fiddle! Lincoln army man
A Lincoln man who helped keep the army’s vehicles in tip-top shape during the Second World War is celebrating his 100th birthday. John Cox served as a mechanic during the war for four years at the …

Family puts a song in the heart of century-old Wilton …
The 100-year-old who lives alone finds great joy in tickling the ivories and says he acquired his musical talents from his father, Henry. … he remains fit as a fiddle, according to his second …

Duchess Camilla Compares Prince Charles To Mountain … – NBC
Also available on the nbc app. Prince Charles is as fit as a fiddle! Months after his battle with coronavirus, Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, gave a positive update on her husband’s health …

No ‘reining’ in Limerick harness maker, Sean O’Connell
ON THE morning of his 100th birthday Sean O’Connell’s was out at 7am sweeping the yard for a socially distanced gathering. The Newcastle West man is as fit as a fiddle – he was only ever in hospital for two hip replacements. And still drives a car and shows no signs of stopping. What is the secret to a long healthy life, the Leader asks.

Famous Sayings: #64 — ‘Fit As a Fiddle’ – Shmaltz and Menudo
When Was the Phrase ‘Fit As a Fiddle’ Coined? The phrase “fit as a fiddlemay have originated in the 17 th century, but not in the form we know it now. In The Batchelars banquet (1603), Thomas Dekker wrote:. Then comes downe mistresse Nurse as fine as a farthing fiddle, in her petticoat and kertle.. The phrase as we know it likely originated in 1616.

What Does Fit as a Fiddle Mean? – Writing Explained
The expression fit as a fiddle was a way to say that something was correct or proper. It first started appearing around the year 1600. Over time, the meaning changed to its current form today. Examples of Fit as a Fiddle. In the below example, two high school students use the idiom to talk about their New Year’s resolutions.

Kiambu man finally cuts his first birthday cake at ripe …
Nahashon Matheri is celebrating his 100th birthday in a party, the first such ceremony, organised by his children and great grandchildren. … as fit as a fiddle is able to recognise his offspring …
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