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    As you have arranged the thread so must you weave it.

    Source: Latin
    Assistance given when it is not required, is as bad as an injury.

    Source: Latin
    At once a good general and a stout soldier.

    Source: Latin
    At the bar of one's own conscience.

    Source: Latin
    Attempt nothing beyond your strength.

    Source: Latin
    Avoid bawling in conversation or in play.

    Source: Latin
    Avoid gambling.

    Source: Latin
    Avoid strife with those in power.

    Source: Latin
    Away with grieving, only fit for women.

    Source: Latin
    Bad beginnings lead to bad results.

    Source: Latin
    Bad fowl, bad egg.

    Source: Latin
    Bad head, bad heart.

    Source: Latin
    Bad hen, bad egg.

    Source: Latin
    Bad is want which is born of plenty.

    Source: Latin
    Bashfulness will not avail a beggar.

    Source: Latin
    Be angry with a murderer, but keep your compassion for his victim.

    Source: Latin
    Be brave, not ferocious.

    Source: Latin
    Be mine; I will be thine.

    Source: Latin
    Be not unmindful of obligations conferred.

    Source: Latin
    Be old betimes that thou may'st long be so.

    Source: Latin
    Be old betimes, if you wish your old age to last.

    Source: Latin
    Be old when young, if you would be young when old.

    Source: Latin
    Be on your guard against a silent dog and still water.

    Source: Latin
    Be what you appear to be. [Act up to the reputation which you enjoy.]

    Source: Latin
    Be what you would seem to be.

    Source: Latin
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