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    He that flies may fight another day.

    Source: Latin
    He that follows freits, freits will follow him.

    Source: Latin
    He that gapeth until he be fed, Well may he gape until he is dead.

    Source: Latin
    He that gives bad counsel suffers most by it.

    Source: Latin
    He that gives time to resolve, gives time to deny, and warning to prevent.

    Source: Latin
    He that has been hurt, fears.

    Source: Latin
    He thinks nothing right, but what he does himself.

    Source: Latin
    He took care to enjoy himself as long as life lasted. [N.B. A good epitaph for an alderman.]

    Source: Latin
    He travels fastest who travels alone.

    Source: Latin
    He unravels the enigmas of the Sphinx.

    Source: Latin
    He utters in his language something different from what he ponders in his mind.

    Source: Latin
    He who blows his nose too hard makes it bleed.

    Source: Latin
    He who cannot conceal his sentiments, knows not how to live.

    Source: Latin
    He who cannot do what he wishes, must needs do as he can.

    Source: Latin
    He who cannot even manage a yacht asks for a ship of burthen!

    Source: Latin
    He who does not advance recedes.

    Source: Latin
    He who does not fully speak the truth is a traitor to it.

    Source: Latin
    He who does not speak the whole truth is a traitor to truth.

    Source: Latin
    He who endures with patience is a conqueror.

    Source: Latin
    He who envies his admits his inferiority.

    Source: Latin
    He who fears every bramble should not go to the woods.

    Source: Latin
    He who follows two hares loses both.

    Source: Latin
    He who has come to the mill first does not grind last.

    Source: Latin
    He who has once used deception will deceive again.

    Source: Latin
    He who has plenty of pepper may season his food as he likes.

    Source: Latin
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