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    Wise Sayings


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    All that meal comes not from your own sack.

    Source: Latin
    All the hours wound you, the last one kills. [Vulnerant omnia, ultima necat.]

    Source: Latin
    All things are cause for either laughter or weeping.

    Source: Latin
    All things are easy that are done willingly.

    Source: Latin
    All things are not good for all.

    Source: Latin
    All things are possible with God.

    Source: Latin
    All things come not to pass which the mind has conceived.

    Source: Latin
    All things come to those who wait.

    Source: Latin
    Among the blind a one-eyed man is a king.

    Source: Latin
    An aching for wine--a wine-ache.

    Source: Latin
    An ancient custom, not of to-day or yesterday.

    Source: Latin
    An ape is an ape, though decked with gold.

    Source: Latin
    An ape's an ape, a varlet's a varlet, Though they be clad in silk or scarlet.

    Source: Latin
    An ape\'s an ape, a varlet\'s a varlet, though they be clad in silk and scarlet.

    Source: Latin
    An ass is beautiful in the eyes of an ass; a sow in those of a sow; and every race is attractive to itself.

    Source: Latin
    An eel, held by the tail, is not yet caught.

    Source: Latin
    An elephant does not catch mice.

    Source: Latin
    An empty vessel makes the most sound.

    Source: Latin
    An evil comes from a neighbouring evil.

    Source: Latin
    An evil conscience breaks many a man's neck.

    Source: Latin
    An evil doer abhors the light of day.

    Source: Latin
    An evil gain is equal to a loss.

    Source: Latin
    An excess of caution does no harm.

    Source: Latin
    An idle youth becomes in age a beggar.

    Source: Latin
    An industrious life is the best security for food in old age.

    Source: Latin
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