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    Dry bread at home is better than roast meat abroad.

    Source: Latin
    Each hour injures, the last one slays.

    Source: Latin
    Each man has his peculiar hobby.

    Source: Latin
    Early ripe, early rotten.

    Source: Latin
    Early rising is most conducive to health.

    Source: Latin
    Early, not late remedies are the most effective.

    Source: Latin
    Eat well, drink in moderation, and sleep sound, in these three good health abound.

    Source: Latin
    Education is the poor man's haven.

    Source: Latin
    Eels become accustomed to skinning.

    Source: Latin
    Either a ship or a tuft of feathers.

    Source: Latin
    Either by might or by sleight.

    Source: Latin
    Either Caesar, or nobody.

    Source: Latin
    Either never attempt a thing or carry it out.

    Source: Latin
    Eloquence avails nothing against the voice of gold.

    Source: Latin
    Empty expressions. Bombast.

    Source: Latin
    Empty pitchers ring loudest.

    Source: Latin
    Empty the glass if you would judge of the drink.

    Source: Latin
    Emulation begets emulation.

    Source: Latin
    Emulation is the whetstone of talent.

    Source: Latin
    Emulation is the whetstone of wit.

    Source: Latin
    England is the paradise of women, the hell of horses, and the purgatory of servants.

    Source: Latin
    England's difficulty is Ireland's opportunity.

    Source: Latin
    Enjoying the fruits of the labour of others.

    Source: Latin
    Enough, even to loathing.

    Source: Latin
    Enter not at all, or else pass through.

    Source: Latin
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