This riddle is from the biblical story of Samson. Samson had killed a young lion and left it where he killed it. Later that day he returned and found a swarm of bees and honey inside the lion's carcass. He ate some and later gave some to his parents though he did not tell them where he got it. Samson was about to be married and gave a feast with about thirty other men in attendance. He told them if they could answer a riddle he would give them thirty linen garments and thirty changes of clothes. This is when he posed the riddle "Out of the eater came something to eat. Out of the strong came something sweet."
For three days they had no clue as to what the answer was. Finally after a week they threatened Samson's wife with death by fire and would burn her father's house down if she didn't get the answer from him. After crying and wailing for seven days Samson just couldn't take it any longer and finally told her the answer which was:
"What is sweeter than honey and what is stronger than a lion."
They told Samson the riddle to which he responded by saying "if you had not plowed with my heifer you would not have solved the riddle."
The mighty man was so ticked that he went into the town of Ashkelon and knocked off thirty of their men, took their clothes and gave them to the men at the feast. Samson's wife was then given to his best man.
In The Deathly Hallows, Severus Shape cast the Sectumsempra jinx at him, missing the nearby Death Eater and hitting him by accident on the ear with the curse. His ear came clean off and there was a hole where it used to be from then on.
it came from the dutch word "karton" meaning strong heavy paper
Yes, she did because she loved him and wanted him to go. She is so sweet. She thought when he came back, if he came back, they would get back together.
No because a hypothesis is just a guess. For example if I think something is something it might be wrong because it came out something differently
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Out of the eater came something to eat. Out of the strong came something sweet.
Out of the eater came something to eat, and out of the strong came something sweet
Honey from a lion's carcass. Samson's riddle from the Old Testament - Judges chapter 14 verse 14
it already came out. you can watch it on netflix, if you have it.
Because I came in your mouth
Good old fashioned sweet tea came from the South!
Snape wasn't really a death eater. He pretended to be one but he was a member of the Order. Snape WAS a Death Eater, but he became a double agent for the Order of the Phoenix when he came to Dumbledore to beg him to protect Lilly.
There are a great many strong verbs that you can use for the word came. You can use the verb appeared.
No, Olive Oil was not Sweet Pea's mother (unless she mailed him/her to Popeye). Sweet Pea came in the mail.
It is a snake. The Chubakabra is a goat eater. The Chubakabra came about because peoples goats in Mexico were starting to disappear.
Well magnetar is a star with a Strong magnetic field so i say it could pretty much pull something off Earth if it came close from One quadrillion miles (1,000,000,000,000,000 miles) away.
The sweet potato came from Central America. The Spanish brought the sweet potato to Florida when they settled there and it spread to the Thirteen Colonies.