But all of this dubious wealth has become a millstone for the Swiss.
But the challenge of Europe is to accept a connection to a millstone that has the financial world teetering.
About three o'clock we came again to millstone River, which we again waded over, but it had gradually become smaller.
Can't you see through a millstone when there is a hole in it?
For all, eyes that, by his own boast, “can see into a millstone as far as the man who picks it.”
It were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and he cast into the sea.
I wish you joy of being released from the millstone of an American war.
The material cares of life hang about your neck like a millstone.
Probably the millstone which crushed the head of Abimelech at Thebez (Judges 9:53) was the upper stone of a saddle quern.
You are a man of promise; and you might as well hang a millstone round your neck as a wife.