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    Branches may be trained; not the trunk.

    Source: Latin
    Brave men lived before Agamemnon.

    Source: Latin
    Brevity is pleasing.

    Source: Latin
    Brevity is the soul of wit.

    Source: Latin
    Bribes will enter without knocking.

    Source: Latin
    Bright enough in the dark, dull in time of day. [Learned in what is of no use, ignorant of everything at all available.]

    Source: Latin
    Bring not a bagpipe to a man in trouble.

    Source: Latin
    Build but one nest in one tree.

    Source: Latin
    But now I was a rich man, three things have left me bare; dice, wine, and women, these three have made me poor.
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    By a brave endurance of unavoidable evils, we conquer them.

    Source: Latin
    By doing nothing men learn to do evil.

    Source: Latin
    By fair means or foul.

    Source: Latin
    By good means or bad.

    Source: Latin
    By good nature and kindness even fierce spirits become tractable.

    Source: Latin
    By hook or by crook.

    Source: Latin
    By hook or crook.

    Source: Latin
    By ignorance we mistake, and by mistakes we learn.

    Source: Latin
    By learning you will teach; by teaching you will learn.

    Source: Latin
    By much laughter you detect the fool.

    Source: Latin
    By perseverance the Greeks reached Troy.

    Source: Latin
    By pleasing, while we instruct.

    Source: Latin
    By repeated blows even the oak is felled.

    Source: Latin
    By speedy, not by slow measures.

    Source: Latin
    By submitting to an old insult you invite a new one.

    Source: Latin
    By suppers more have been killed than Galen ever cured.

    Source: Latin
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