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    Wise Sayings


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    A chair unsound Soon finds the ground.

    Source: Latin
    A child may have too much of his mother's blessing.

    Source: Latin
    A clear conscience is a wall of brass.

    Source: Latin
    A combined defence is the safest.

    Source: Latin
    A common blot is held no stain.

    Source: Latin
    A common shipwreck is a consolation to all.

    Source: Latin
    A constant guest is never welcome.

    Source: Latin
    A contented man is always rich.

    Source: Latin
    A contented mind is a continual feast.

    Source: Latin
    A cough assists a musician when he hesitates.

    Source: Latin
    A cough will stick longer by a horse than a peck of oats.

    Source: Latin
    A covetous man does nothing that he should till he dies.

    Source: Latin
    A crooked log is not to be straightened.

    Source: Latin
    A dealer in rubbish sounds the praises of rubbish.

    Source: Latin
    A delightful hallucination.

    Source: Latin
    A depraved mind never comes to good.

    Source: Latin
    A diligent man ever finds that something remains to be done.

    Source: Latin
    A dissimilarity of pursuits dissolves friendship.

    Source: Latin
    A dog as he sleeps barks as if on the track of the hare.

    Source: Latin
    A dog in a kennel barks at his fleas; a dog hunting does not notice them.

    Source: Latin
    A dog is worthy of his food.

    Source: Latin
    A dog that has once tasted the flesh cannot be kept from the skin.

    Source: Latin
    A dog that will fetch a bone will carry a bone.

    Source: Latin
    A dog which has been beaten with a stick is afraid of its shadow.

    Source: Latin
    A donkey is known by his ears.

    Source: Latin
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