„Time will rust the sharpest sword,
Time will consume the strongest cord“

—  Walter Scott, Context: Time will rust the sharpest sword, Time will consume the strongest cord; That which molders hemp and steel, Mortal arm and nerve must feel. Harold the Dauntless (1817), Canto I, st. 4.
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