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    Imperceptibly the hours glide on, and beguile us as they pass.

    Source: Latin
    In prosperity you may count on many friends; if the sky becomes overcast you will be alone.

    Source: Latin
    It is a kingly act to help the fallen.

    Source: Latin
    It is but a small merit to observe silence, but it is a grave fault to speak of matters on which we should be silent.

    Source: Latin
    It is good to be taught even by an enemy.

    Source: Latin
    It is not easy to bear prosperity unruffled.

    Source: Latin
    Let but the hours of idleness cease, and the bow of Cupid will become broken and his torch extinguished.

    Source: Latin
    Let the poor man mind his tongue.

    Source: Latin
    Love and dignity do not dwell together.

    Source: Latin
    Love conquers all things; let us own her dominion.

    Source: Latin
    Mad desire, when it has the most, longs for more.

    Source: Latin
    Make good use of your time, it flies fast.

    Source: Latin
    My bark, once struck by the fury of the storm, dreads again to approach the place of danger.

    Source: Latin
    Neither shall the wave, which has passed on, ever be recalled; nor can the hour, which has once fled by, return again.

    Source: Latin
    No herb can remedy the anguish of love.

    Source: Latin
    No thanks attach to a kindness long deferred.

    Source: Latin
    Novelty in all things is charming.

    Source: Latin
    Occupy yourself, and you will be out of harm's way.

    Source: Latin
    Our native land attracts us with some mysterious charm, never to be forgotten.

    Source: Latin
    Our neighbour's crop is always more fruitful and his cattle produce more milk than our own.

    Source: Latin
    Pedigree and ancestry and what we ourselves have not achieved, I scarcely recognize as our own.

    Source: Latin
    Pleasure is often the introduction to pain.

    Source: Latin
    Pride is innate in beauty, and haughtiness is the companion of the fair.

    Source: Latin
    Rest strengthens the body, the mind too is thus supported; but unremitting toil destroys both.

    Source: Latin
    Riches too increase, and the maddening craving for gold, So that men ever seek for more, that they may have the most.

    Source: Latin
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