and thereby hangs a tale

and thereby hangs a tale

Often used to introduce a story about something that is seen or mentioned. The phrase come from Shakespeare’s As You Like It.
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Life is for living, each God-given day Just hope in tomorrow, it all goes away by Freda Renton, Croxteth Park Hello Summer THE English summer's here at last With hail and rain and snow And I can save some money 'Cos I've got nowhere to go I've half a ton of sun block In an unopened jar At least I can save more money 'Cos I haven't got a car I was thinking of New Brighton But I wouldn't like to sail Instead of being on the boat I'd rather be on bail Even though I've done no wrong And thereby hangs a tale So at the moment I will wait To see the sky of blue After all I'll end up With nothing else to do by Ken Jones, Old Swan
And thereby hangs a tale told by Israel's leading crime writer, who is a practicing attorney.
The event is in conjunction with the Churches Conservation Trust, celebrating the exhibition 'And Thereby Hangs a Tale' on display in the church until May 17.
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And thereby hangs a tale. For Pam remembers that the Examiner photographer chose her because he believed she was the youngest competitior in her age group.