17/SET/2010 8:21 PM
It was from www.dictionary.com:
Matters are satisfactory up to this point, as in You've knitted the main portion of the sweater but not the sleeves? Well, so far, so good . This idiom was first recorded in James Kelly's Scottish Proverbs (1721), where it is defined: "So far, so good. So much is done to good purpose."
Quem sabe o Dale não possa ajudar sobre: So much is done to good purpose.
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