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    Wise Sayings


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    Every innovation startles us more by its novelty than it benefits us by its utility.

    Source: Latin
    Every little blade of grass declares the presence of God.

    Source: Latin
    Every lover is a slave: he follows captive at his mistress's heels.

    Source: Latin
    Every man for himself.

    Source: Latin
    Every man has his peculiar habit.

    Source: Latin
    Every man judges of others by himself.

    Source: Latin
    Every man rejoices in his peculiar study.

    Source: Latin
    Every man who can blow a horn is not a huntsman.

    Source: Latin
    Every man's sin falls on his own head.

    Source: Latin
    Every may-be hath a may-be not.

    Source: Latin
    Every reproach against an accused man is contemptible.

    Source: Latin
    Every sheet has parted. [Every hope has vanished.]

    Source: Latin
    Every soil does not bear the same fruit.

    Source: Latin
    Every stone conceals a lurking scorpion.

    Source: Latin
    Every suitor is not a heart breaker.

    Source: Latin
    Every virtue is but halfway between two vices.

    Source: Latin
    Everybody has a name, but not always the same luck with it.

    Source: Latin
    Everyone is eloquent in his own cause.

    Source: Latin
    Everyone is given the key to the gates of Heaven. The same key opens the gates of Hell.

    Source: Latin
    Everything beautiful is loveable.

    Source: Latin
    Everything has its season.

    Source: Latin
    Evils follow each other.

    Source: Latin
    Excess in anything becomes a vice.

    Source: Latin
    Excess of delight palls the appetite.

    Source: Latin
    Excess of obligations may lose a friend.

    Source: Latin
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