every rose has a thorn

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every rose has a thorn

  1. Alternative form of every rose has its thorn
    • 2007 -, Mary Louise McCaffrey, A Handful of Sand, →ISBN:
      He pricked a finger. Every rose has a thorn. Isabella is a rose. Her father is a thorn.
    • 2010, Cordan Stough, A World of Fantasy and Disaster, →ISBN, page 103:
      I then See it a rose with a thorn on it the last One there and I grab it and tell the guy I will take it with a card saying to my True love let this rose be a gift to you Even though every rose has a thorn But my heart will always be yours.
    • 2012, John Ajvide Lindqvist, Little Star: A Novel, →ISBN, page 45:
      However, every rose has a thorn.
    • 2013, Todd D. Little, Longitudinal Structural Equation Modeling, →ISBN, page 71:
      Perhaps, like every rose has a thorn, every latent-variable SEM model begins with a contirmatory Factor analysis (CFA) model.