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  • Proverb Source: Egyptian

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    A beautiful thing is never perfect.
    Category: Beauty Source: Egyptian
    Because we focused on the snake, we missed the scorpion.
    Category: Caution and care Source: Egyptian
    A beautiful thing is never perfect.
    Category: Philosophical Source: Egyptian
    A man's ruin lies in his tongue.
    Category: Philosophical Source: Egyptian
    Be patient with a bad neighbor: he may move or face misfortune.

    Category: Relationships Source: Egyptian
    Because we focused on the snake, we missed the scorpion.
    Category: Animals Source: Egyptian
    Bed is the poor man's opera.
    Category: Philosophical Source: Egyptian
    False ambition serves the neck.
    Category: Philosophical Source: Egyptian
    If there were no fault, there would be no pardon.
    Category: Philosophical Source: Egyptian
    Learn politeness from the impolite.

    Category: Philosophical Source: Egyptian
    Making money selling manure is better than losing money selling musk.
    Category: Money Source: Egyptian
    Malice drinketh its own poison.
    Source: Egyptian
    Pride and dignity would belong to women if only men would leave them alone.

    Source: Egyptian
    Pride feels no pain.
    Source: Egyptian
    Pride goes before a fall.
    Source: Egyptian
    Pride goeth before destruction, and a haughty spirit before a fall.
    Source: Egyptian
    Put a rope around your neck and many will be happy to drag you along.

    Category: Philosophical Source: Egyptian
    Put a stout heart to a steep hill.
    Category: Philosophical Source: Egyptian
    Put by for a rainy day.
    Category: Weather Source: Egyptian
    Run as hard as a wild beast if you will, but you won't get any reward greater than that destined for you.

    Source: Egyptian
    The barking of a dog does not disturb the man on a camel.

    Category: Animals Source: Egyptian
    The tyrant is only the slave turned inside out.

    Category: Philosophical Source: Egyptian
    When the angels present themselves, the devils abscond.

    Category: God Source: Egyptian
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