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    Haste manages all things badly.

    Source: Latin
    Haste trips up its own heels.

    Source: Latin
    Hate knows no age but death.

    Source: Latin
    Hatred is a settled anger.

    Source: Latin
    Have a care how you irritate the wasps. [Meddle not with waspish people. Attack not a combined force.]

    Source: Latin
    Have a care not to commence an undertaking of which you may repent.

    Source: Latin
    Have a care of a silent dog and a still water.

    Source: Latin
    Have confidence, but beware in whom.

    Source: Latin
    Having achieved your purpose, seek not to undo what has been done.

    Source: Latin
    Having mastered the lesser difficulties, you will more safely venture on greater achievements.

    Source: Latin
    Hay is more acceptable to an ass than gold.

    Source: Latin
    Hay smells different to lovers and horses.

    Source: Latin
    He acts wisely who says little.

    Source: Latin
    He acts wisely who says little.

    Source: Latin
    He alone is wise who can accommodate himself to all the contingencies of life; but the fool contends, and is struggling, like a swimmer, against the stream.
    Source: Latin
    He argues in vain who argues without means.

    Source: Latin
    He assumes a cheerful countenance suppressing the grief which weighs heavily on his heart.

    Source: Latin
    He can carry the ox who has carried the calf.

    Source: Latin
    He catches the best fish who angles with a golden hook.

    Source: Latin
    He catches the wind with a net.

    Source: Latin
    He conquers who conquers himself.

    Source: Latin
    He dies before he is old who is wise before his day.

    Source: Latin
    He dies twice who perishes by his own hand.

    Source: Latin
    He does not show a decent quality even over a good dinner.

    Source: Latin
    He does not sing his father's songs. [He does not imitate the good example of his father.]

    Source: Latin
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