Eat in the wrong stall (To) 10


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Refers to the habits of an animal, particularly a horse accustomed to his own stall, that becomes nervous or cautious and hesitates to eat when moved to an unfamiliar place. To be slow or cautious. Study something first before making a decision.

 
  1. PERGAMEAN.CHURCH.AGE JEFF.IN ROJC 229-285 WEDNESDAY 60-1207
   

So I certainly thank God for Brother Neville being the pastor of this flock here at the Tabernacle. And seeing that man, Methodist, his background, slow to... Why, just like want to eat in the wrong stall. THOU.SON.OF.DAVID.HAVE.MERCY.ON.ME_ LONG.BEACH.CA WEDNESDAY_ 61-0215 He's like a mule: he won't eat out of the wrong stall.

 

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