• The hungry men were seen, followed by their valets, roaming the quais and guards' quarters; gleaning from their outside friends all the dinners they could find; for, according to Aramis, in prosperity one should sow meals right and left, in order to harvest some in adversity.

    Alexandre Dumas (2006). “The Three Musketeers: (Penguin Classics Deluxe Edition)”, p.87, Penguin