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    If you always live with those who are lame, you will yourself learn to limp.

    Source: Latin
    If you are contented with your lot, you will live wisely.

    Source: Latin
    If you cannot drive an ox, drive a donkey.

    Source: Latin
    If you care for the court, the court will bring cares for you.

    Source: Latin
    If you desire peace, be ever prepared for war.

    Source: Latin
    If you say that he is guilty of ingratitude, you need say no more.

    Source: Latin
    If you sit on a seat, and that seat is a comfortable seat, sit on that seat, and do not leave that seat.

    Source: Latin
    If you snooze, you loose.

    Source: Latin
    If you strike a goad with your fist, your hand will suffer most.

    Source: Latin
    If you would resemble the vulture, look out for a carcase. [Wait for dead men's shoes.]

    Source: Latin
    If your conduct be noble, you will be a king.

    Source: Latin
    Ignorance is not privileged by titular degrees.

    Source: Latin
    Ill weeds grows apace.

    Source: Latin
    Ill words are bellows to a slackening fire.

    Source: Latin
    Ill-doers, ill-deemers.

    Source: Latin
    Imitate the snail in deliberation, the bird in execution.

    Source: Latin
    Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.

    Source: Latin
    Immortal glory waits on talent.

    Source: Latin
    Impatience does not diminish but augments the evil.

    Source: Latin
    In avoiding Charybdis, he falls into Scylla.

    Source: Latin
    In avoiding that which is evil I have found that which is good.

    Source: Latin
    In chatter a river, in understanding but a single drop.

    Source: Latin
    In courtship a man pursues a woman until she catches him.

    Source: Latin
    In every pomegranate a decayed pip is to be found.

    Source: Latin
    In flying from one enemy you encounter another.

    Source: Latin
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