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    Death always comes too early or too late.

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    Death closes all doors.

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    Deeds are fruits, words are leaves.

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    Despair doubles our strength.

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    Despair gives courage to a coward.

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    Desperate cuts must have desperate cures.

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    Desperate diseases must have desperate remedies.

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    Discretion in speech is more important than eloquence.

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    Discretion is the better part of valor.

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    Disease is soon shaken By physic soon taken.

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    Diseases are the interest of pleasures.

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    Do not be in a hurry to tie what you cannot untie.

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    Do not halloo until you are out of the wood.

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    Do not triumph before the victory.

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    Do when ye may, or suffer ye the nay, in love 'tis the way.

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    Don't dig your grave with your own knife and fork.

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    Don't fall before you're pushed.

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    Elbow grease is the best polish.

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    Every ass loves to hear himself bray.

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    Every bean hath its black.

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    Every dog has his day.

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    Every dog is entitled to one bite.

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    Every path has its puddle.

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    Everyone must row with the oars he has.

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    Fame is a magnifying glass.

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