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    From our ancestors come our names, but from our virtues our honours.

    Source: Latin
    From small things a great heap is made.

    Source: Latin
    From the miseries of others he fears for his own position.

    Source: Latin
    From the old ox the young one learns to plough.

    Source: Latin
    From trifling causes great results arise.

    Source: Latin
    From what has taken place we infer what is about to happen.

    Source: Latin
    Frugality is a great revenue.

    Source: Latin
    Frugality is an estate alone.

    Source: Latin
    Fruit ripens not well in the shade.

    Source: Latin
    Full feasting breeds ferocity.

    Source: Latin
    Full of courtesy, full of craft.

    Source: Latin
    Gather flowers while the morning sun lasts.

    Source: Latin
    Gather thistles, expect prickles.

    Source: Latin
    Gently but firmly.

    Source: Latin
    Gently, not by force.

    Source: Latin
    Give a helping hand to a man in trouble.

    Source: Latin
    Give ear and weigh the matter well.

    Source: Latin
    Give ear to that man who has four ears.

    Source: Latin
    Give to each man that which is his due.

    Source: Latin
    Give way to him with whom you contend; by doing so you will gain the victory.

    Source: Latin
    Give wine to them that are in sorrow.

    Source: Latin
    Glory is the shadow of virtue.

    Source: Latin
    God sends enough to all.

    Source: Latin
    God sends meat, but the Devil sends cooks.

    Source: Latin
    God will be present, whether asked or not.

    Source: Latin
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