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    She only is chaste, who is chaste where there is no danger of detection: she who does not, because she may not, does.

    Source: Latin
    Small minds are captivated by trifles.

    Source: Latin
    Take time: much may be gained by patience.

    Source: Latin
    Tears are at times as eloquent as words. [Weeping hath a voice.]

    Source: Latin
    That fair face will as years roll on lose its beauty, and old age will bring its wrinkles to the brow.

    Source: Latin
    A man of three letters, " F U R."

    Source: Latin
    A mouse relies not solely on one hole.

    Source: Latin
    Are you not accustomed to look at home, when you abuse others?

    Source: Latin
    Fire is next akin to smoke.

    Source: Latin
    Give assistance, and receive thanks lighter than a feather: injure a man, and his wrath will be like lead.

    Source: Latin
    Good things soon find a purchaser.

    Source: Latin
    A bad father has never a good son.

    Source: Latin
    A beardless boy would teach old men!

    Source: Latin
    A beaten track is a safe one.

    Source: Latin
    A bird is distinguished by its note.

    Source: Latin
    A biting cur wears a torn skin.

    Source: Latin
    A blockhead, a dolt, a donkey, a leaden-headed fellow.

    Source: Latin
    A blow from a frying-pan blacks, though it may not hurt.

    Source: Latin
    A bow too much bent is broken.

    Source: Latin
    A busybody is always malevolent.

    Source: Latin
    A captive they insult with impunity.

    Source: Latin
    A carpenter is known by his chips.

    Source: Latin
    A cautious man will observe the indications of character which nature reveals in others.

    Source: Latin
    A chain is no stronger than its weakest link.

    Source: Latin
    A chain is only as strong as its weakest link.

    Source: Latin
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