Thus runs one of McGuire Ellis's golden rules of journalism.
This great maxim, and the maintenance of a princely style of living, were the two golden rules of the time.
The three golden rules here are,—Never drink before breakfast; never drink alone; and never drink bad liquor.
The two golden rules in composition as in ethics are: know thyself and reverence thyself.
Talking to me one day, he told me that there were three golden rules of life which if adhered to would lead on to success.
I have been happy in meriting the confidence of parents; and I have been strict in observing the golden rules of economy.
Remember that there are two golden rules for a boxer, namely, hit straight and keep your temper.
You will break both of the golden rules which St. Anthony, the famous hermit, used to give to his scholars.
Always to make sure of your exits is one of the golden rules of successful motoring.
We hear talk of the moral teaching of Ibsen,—as if, instead of being a maker of plays, he had been a maker of golden rules.