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    The greater the truth, the greater the libel.

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    The greatest barkers bite not sorest.

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    The more acquaintance, the more danger.

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    The nearer the bone, the sweeter the meat.

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    The noisiest drum has nothing in it but air.

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    The noisy fowler catches no birds.

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    The north wind has no corn and a poor man no friend.

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    The old ox plows a straight furrow.

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    The person who is tired will find time to sleep. A person with a bad name is already half hanged.

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    The pitcher that goes too often to the well is broken at last.

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    The pitcher will go to the well once too often.

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    The tongue ever turns to the aching tooth.

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    The worse the passage the more welcome the port.

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    There\'s many a good cock come out of a tattered bag.

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    There\'s many a good tune played on an old fiddle.

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    Think of ease, but work on.

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    Too far East is West.

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    Too hot to last.

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    Two wrongs do not make a right.

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    Use soft words and hard arguments.

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    Venture not to defend what your judgment doubts of.

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    Vows made in storms are forgotten in calms.

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    We are all Adam's children, but silk makes the difference.

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    We are usually the best men when in the worst health.

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    When a proud man hears another praised, he feels himself injured.

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