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ev·ery cloud has a sil·ver lin·ing

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  1. every cloud has a silver liningproverb

    In every bad situation there is an element of good

  2. Etymology: From John Milton's "Comus"

Wikipedia

  1. every cloud has a silver lining

    A silver lining is a metaphor for optimism in vernacular English, which means a negative occurrence may have a positive aspect to it.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of every cloud has a silver lining in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of every cloud has a silver lining in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3


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  • všechno zlé je pro něco dobréCzech
  • oven over skyen skinner solenDanish
  • Jede Wolke hat einen Silberstreif am HorizontGerman
  • κάθε σύννεφο έχει μια ασημένια επένδυσηGreek
  • ĉiu nubo havas arĝentan tegaĵonEsperanto
  • No hay mal que por bien no vengaSpanish
  • هر ابری یک آستر نقره ای داردPersian
  • jokaisella pilvellä on hopeareunusFinnish
  • Chaque nuage a une ligne argentéeFrench
  • badai Pasti BerlaluIndonesian
  • C'è sempre un lato positivoItalian
  • לכל ענן יש בטנה כסופהHebrew
  • omnis nubes habet argentum oblinitLatin
  • elke wolk heeft een zilveren randjeDutch
  • hver sky har en sølvkantNorwegian
  • nie ma tego złego, co by na dobre nie wyszłoPolish
  • Tudo tem um lado positivoPortuguese
  • fiecare nor are contur de argintRomanian
  • нет худа без добраRussian
  • varje moln har en silverkantSwedish
  • her bulutun gümüş bir çeperi vardırTurkish
  • יעדער וואלקנס האט א זילבערנע שיכטYiddish

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