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    Gold is proved by fire.

    Source: Latin
    Good debts become bad unless called in.

    Source: Latin
    Good luck lasts not for ever.

    Source: Latin
    Govern your passions, or they will govern you.

    Source: Latin
    Great discomfort arises from too hearty a supper: if you would enjoy a tranquil sleep let your supper be a light one.

    Source: Latin
    Great fish feed on the lesser.

    Source: Latin
    Grieve not for that which is irreparably lost.

    Source: Latin
    Grieving for misfortunes is adding gall to wormwood.

    Source: Latin
    Grind with every wind.

    Source: Latin
    Grow where you are planted.

    Source: Latin
    Habit causes love.

    Source: Latin
    Habit gives readiness.

    Source: Latin
    Habit in sinning takes away the sense of sin.

    Source: Latin
    Habit is second nature.

    Source: Latin
    Had he not been visited by sickness, he would have perished utterly.

    Source: Latin
    Happiness invites envy.

    Source: Latin
    Happy are one-eyed men in the country of the blind.

    Source: Latin
    Happy is the man who is out of debt.

    Source: Latin
    Happy is the man whose father went to the devil.

    Source: Latin
    Happy the man who keeps out of strife.

    Source: Latin
    Happy's the wooing that is not long a-doing.

    Source: Latin
    Hard by a river he digs a well.

    Source: Latin
    Hard is the path from poverty to renown.

    Source: Latin
    Hard things alone will not make a wall. [Some soft substance must unite them: and so with hard men--to fraternize they require some soft influence from others.]
    Source: Latin
    Harsh is the voice which would dismiss us, but sweet is the sound of welcome.

    Source: Latin
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