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    Listen to all, plucking a feather from every passing goose, but, follow no one absolutely.

    Source: Chinese
    Long roads test the horse, long dealings the friend.

    Category: Friends Source: Chinese
    Looking for fish? Don't climb a tree.

    Source: Chinese
    Losing comes of winning money.

    Source: Chinese
    Love is blind, and greed insatiable.

    Source: Chinese
    Love is incompatible with fear.

    Source: Chinese
    Make happy those who are near, and those who are far will come.
    Source: Chinese
    Make sure you leave some fat for the other side.

    Source: Chinese
    Mallet strikes chisel; chisel splits wood.

    Source: Chinese
    Man cannot stir one inch without the push of heaven's finger.

    Source: Chinese
    Man concocts a million schemes; god knows but one.

    Source: Chinese
    Man fools himself. He prays for a long life and he fears old age.

    Source: Chinese
    Man has a thousand plans, heaven but one.
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    Man must be sharpened on man, like knife on stone.

    Source: Chinese
    Mankind fears an evil man but heaven does not.

    Source: Chinese
    Manners maketh man.

    Source: Chinese
    Many a good face is under a ragged hat.

    Source: Chinese
    Many a little make a mickle.

    Source: Chinese
    Many books do not use up words; many words do not use up thoughts.

    Source: Chinese
    Married couples tell each other a thousand things without speech.

    Category: Marriage Source: Chinese
    Married couples who love each other tell each other a thousand things without talking.

    Category: Marriage Source: Chinese
    Men fated to be happy need not haste.

    Source: Chinese
    Men in the game are blind to what men looking on see clearly.

    Source: Chinese
    Men know not all their faults, oxen all their strength.

    Source: Chinese
    Misfortune is not that which can be avoided, but that which cannot.

    Source: Chinese
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