One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A task is soon accomplished if several people help.
- ‘To quote the old saying, many hands make light work.’
- ‘As many hands make light work, it is hoped that there will be a large turn out of helpers.’
- ‘Just when you are thinking too many cooks spoil the broth, suddenly someone will remind you that many hands make light work.’
- ‘The old proverb tells us that many hands make light work and it most definitely rings true for the East Mayo village of Kilmovee.’
- ‘The campaign was launched last Thursday night in the Seven Oaks Hotel but like all events, many hands make light work so the more people who can help make the event a success the better.’
- ‘But as many hands make light work, meals on wheels convenor Margaret Clark says she is always interested in hearing from people who can help getting the food to the clients.’
- ‘Putting the Lantern Parade together is a huge job and many hands make light work.’
- ‘All are requested to participate and help, as many hands make light work.’
- ‘Catering will be a big item, but then again many hands make light work.’
- ‘Your help is required, all helpers please assemble at the Square, and many hands make light work!’
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