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    He has not even a clod of earth left to cover his remains. [A man reduced to extreme poverty.]

    Source: Latin
    He has not leisure even to scratch his ears.

    Source: Latin
    He has sprung up like a mushroom.

    Source: Latin
    He has tasted of the lotus.

    Source: Latin
    He hath not a farthing left wherewith to buy a rope to hang himself.

    Source: Latin
    He invokes heaven if a flea bites him.

    Source: Latin
    He is a fool who spares the children after having killed the father.

    Source: Latin
    He is a wise man who accommodates himself to all circumstances.

    Source: Latin
    He is but a poor husbandman, who sows in sand.

    Source: Latin
    He is caught in his own snare.

    Source: Latin
    He is consumed by a vain hope.

    Source: Latin
    He is full of sweet faults.

    Source: Latin
    He is his own enemy.

    Source: Latin
    He is his own trumpeter.

    Source: Latin
    He is hunting for water in the sea.

    Source: Latin
    He is indeed a conqueror who conquers himself.

    Source: Latin
    He is looking out for a fig. [He is planning for himself.]

    Source: Latin
    He is not happy who does not realize his happiness.

    Source: Latin
    He is separated from the water by a plank.

    Source: Latin
    He is the architect of his own fortunes.

    Source: Latin
    He is the best gentleman, who is the son of his own deserts.

    Source: Latin
    He is unworthy of life who gives no life to another.

    Source: Latin
    He is wise in vain who does not use his wisdom for his own advantage.

    Source: Latin
    He is wise to no purpose, who is not wise for himself.

    Source: Latin
    He is wise, who suits himself to the occasion.

    Source: Latin
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