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    An inquisitive man is always ill-natured.

    Source: Latin
    An insolent lord is not a gentleman.

    Source: Latin
    An object of pity even to a foe.

    Source: Latin
    An old ape hath an old eye.

    Source: Latin
    An old fox is not caught in a snare.

    Source: Latin
    An old fox is not to be caught in a trap.

    Source: Latin
    An old fox understands the trap.

    Source: Latin
    An old lion is better than a young ass.

    Source: Latin
    An old woman dancing makes a great dust. [Anything out of season is obnoxious.]

    Source: Latin
    An old woman would dance!

    Source: Latin
    An onion will not produce a rose.

    Source: Latin
    An opportunity is found with difficulty and easily lost.

    Source: Latin
    An ungrateful man is a tub full of holes.

    Source: Latin
    An unguarded speech reveals the truth.

    Source: Latin
    Anger is a transient madness.

    Source: Latin
    Antiquity is entitled to respect.

    Source: Latin
    Anxious about the shoe, but disregarding the foot. [Careful about external appearances, but regardless of the culture of the mind.]

    Source: Latin
    Any man can steer in a calm.

    Source: Latin
    Arms are of little service abroad unless directed by the wisdom of counsellors at home.

    Source: Latin
    Arrogance is intolerable.

    Source: Latin
    As a man has lived, so will he die.

    Source: Latin
    As numerous as the leaves of the oak, or the waves which wash the island.

    Source: Latin
    As the tree is known by its fruit, so is the wicked man by his deeds.

    Source: Latin
    As to the juror or the witness, bribe both.

    Source: Latin
    As to what is future, even a bird with a long neck cannot see it, but God only.

    Source: Latin
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