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    He who has received a kindness forgets it; he who has been injured remembers it. [To benefit one and injure another at the same time is a losing game, for revenge is a stronger feeling than gratitude.]

    Source: Latin
    He who has tried it, is afraid of it.

    Source: Latin
    He who hastens to be rich will not be without fault.

    Source: Latin
    He who hastens too much stumbles and falls.

    Source: Latin
    He who hath lost his good name how shall he in future gain his living.

    Source: Latin
    He who hath much peas may put the more in the pot.

    Source: Latin
    He who increases knowledge, increases sorrow.

    Source: Latin
    He who is in love with himself need fear no rival.

    Source: Latin
    He who knows not how to employ his leisure hath more cares on his mind than the most busy of busily-engaged men.

    Source: Latin
    He who lies on the ground cannot fall.

    Source: Latin
    He who lives by medical treatment has but a wretched existence.

    Source: Latin
    He who loves a one-eyed girl thinks that one-eyed girls are beautiful.

    Source: Latin
    He who makes too much haste gains his end later.

    Source: Latin
    He who owes nothing fears not the sheriff's officer.

    Source: Latin
    He who oweth is all in the wrong.

    Source: Latin
    He who paints the flower cannot paint its fragrance.

    Source: Latin
    He who spares the rod hates his son.

    Source: Latin
    He who takes it to himself, he it is who has done the act.

    Source: Latin
    He who waits till an opportunity occurs may wait for ever.

    Source: Latin
    He who would catch is caught.

    Source: Latin
    He who would speak well should well consider his subject beforehand.

    Source: Latin
    He will die before he's old who's wise before his time.

    Source: Latin
    He will embark in litigation, even if a donkey has bitten his dog.

    Source: Latin
    He won't give us so much as the skin.

    Source: Latin
    He writes with an iron pen. [That which he writes will not be easily altered.]

    Source: Latin
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