10. “He thinks the sun comes up just to hear him crow.”
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This sense of logion as "something Jesus said" is now in wide use among scholars. The term is sometimes applied to a saying of Jesus contained in any of the canonical Gospels, but it is especially used for any agraphon —a saying of Jesus not otherwise attested.  An oft-cited example is Acts 20:35 : And remember the words of the Lord Jesus that he himself said, It is more blessed to give than to receive.
Proverbs have also been used strategically by poets.  Sometimes proverbs (or portions of them or anti-proverbs ) are used for titles, such as "A bird in the bush" by Lord Kennet and his stepson Peter Scott and " The blind leading the blind " by Lisa Mueller. Sometimes, multiple proverbs are important parts of poems, such as Paul Muldoon 's "Symposium", which begins "You can lead a horse to water but you can't make it hold its nose to the grindstone and hunt with the hounds. Every dog has a stitch in time..." The Turkish poet Refiki wrote an entire poem by stringing proverbs together, which has been translated into English poetically yielding such verses as "Be watchful and be wary, / But seldom grant a boon; / The man who calls the piper / Will also call the tune." 
Boot. Someone new to the military, usually in Boot Camp. Or someone just new in the unit.