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    He keeps watch over a good castle who has guarded his own constitution.

    Source: Latin
    He knows the roads by which he has escaped before.

    Source: Latin
    He labors vainly, who endeavors to please every person.

    Source: Latin
    He labours in vain who attempts to please everybody.

    Source: Latin
    He makes a lion of a mouse.

    Source: Latin
    He makes idle boasting.

    Source: Latin
    He moistens the lips, but leaves the palate dry. [Trifling assistance, of little or no use. ]

    Source: Latin
    He opens the theatre, and immediately closes it. [He raises expectation, and crushes it at the same time.]

    Source: Latin
    He ploughs the land of others, and leaves his own untilled.

    Source: Latin
    He prepares evil for himself who plots mischief for others.

    Source: Latin
    He puts up with small annoyances to gain great results.

    Source: Latin
    He rises early that is hanged before noon.

    Source: Latin
    He says what is wholly irrelevant.

    Source: Latin
    He seeks renown by public applause.

    Source: Latin
    He seeks to live like a parasite. [He wants to sponge upon somebody.]

    Source: Latin
    He shaves close to the skin.

    Source: Latin
    He should have a long spoon who sups with the devil.

    Source: Latin
    He sings his own praises.

    Source: Latin
    He spends the happiest life who knows nothing.

    Source: Latin
    He suffers from the same disease. [He is in the same difficulty.]

    Source: Latin
    He suffocates me with kindness.

    Source: Latin
    He talks to a dead man.

    Source: Latin
    He talks to the wind.

    Source: Latin
    He tells a tale of a tub.

    Source: Latin
    He tells me my way, and knows not his own.

    Source: Latin
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