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    Fling him into the Nile, and he will come up with a fish in his mouth.

    Source: Latin
    For a paltry gift, little thanks.

    Source: Latin
    For God and our country.

    Source: Latin
    For our altars and our hearths.

    Source: Latin
    For the king, the laws and the people.

    Source: Latin
    For the last comer the bones.

    Source: Latin
    Force not favours on the unwilling.

    Source: Latin
    Forget not that you are a man.

    Source: Latin
    Forgetting trouble is the way to cure it.

    Source: Latin
    Fortunate is he whom the dangers of others have rendered cautious.

    Source: Latin
    Fortune and the arts assist each other.

    Source: Latin
    Fortune enriches or tramples on us at her will.

    Source: Latin
    Fortune favors the bold but abandons the timid.

    Source: Latin
    Fortune favours fools.

    Source: Latin
    Fortune helps the brave.

    Source: Latin
    Fortune smiles on the brave, and frowns upon the coward.

    Source: Latin
    Fortune to one is mother, to another step-mother.

    Source: Latin
    Fortune wearies with carrying one and the same man always.

    Source: Latin
    Fraud lurks in loose generalities.

    Source: Latin
    Friends become foes, and foes are reconciled.

    Source: Latin
    Friends have all things in common.

    Source: Latin
    Friendship lasts as long as the pot boils.

    Source: Latin
    From a pure source pure water comes.

    Source: Latin
    From a simple spark there will often be produced a great conflagration.

    Source: Latin
    From one you may judge of the whole.

    Source: Latin
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