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    He does not think milk-and-water of himself.

    Source: Latin
    He does not think small beer of himself.

    Source: Latin
    He drives out one devil by another.

    Source: Latin
    He either wheedles by suasive means or terrifies by threats.

    Source: Latin
    He even begrudges the water with which he washes.

    Source: Latin
    He falls into the pit which he himself made.

    Source: Latin
    He falls short of his duty to both who tries to serve two masters.

    Source: Latin
    He fears neither the earthquake nor the fury of the waves.

    Source: Latin
    He fears the very flies.

    Source: Latin
    He feigns death like a panther.

    Source: Latin
    He fell to-day, I may fall to-morrow.

    Source: Latin
    He fishes in troubled waters. [If you wish to catch gudgeons stir up the mud.]

    Source: Latin
    He fishes well who uses a golden hook.

    Source: Latin
    He flourishes by hereditary renown.

    Source: Latin
    He forgets himself.

    Source: Latin
    He gets his wisdom cheaply who gets it at another's cost.

    Source: Latin
    He getteth a great deal of credit, who payeth but a small debt.

    Source: Latin
    He gives neither too little, nor too much.

    Source: Latin
    He gives too late who waits to be asked.

    Source: Latin
    He gives well and bountifully who accompanies the gift with a pleasing look.

    Source: Latin
    He giveth twice who giveth in a trice.

    Source: Latin
    He goes beyond the bounds.

    Source: Latin
    He goes not out of his way that goes to a good inn.

    Source: Latin
    He has eyes in the back of his head.

    Source: Latin
    He has left no means untried.

    Source: Latin
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