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    It flies at our approach but follows us as we retire. [A Shadow, Glory, or Love.]

    Source: Latin
    It flies gently, but wounds deeply. [Slander.]

    Source: Latin
    It hangs by a hair.

    Source: Latin
    It has become a proverb.

    Source: Latin
    It has caused injury and will do so again.

    Source: Latin
    It is a bad action that success cannot justify.

    Source: Latin
    It is a bad bargain, where both are losers.

    Source: Latin
    It is a disgrace to be praised by those who deserve no praise.

    Source: Latin
    It is a foul bird that fills his own nest.

    Source: Latin
    It is a fraud to connive at a fraud.

    Source: Latin
    It is a mean thing to despise unsuccessful merit.

    Source: Latin
    It is a misery to be born, a punishment to live, and a trouble to die.

    Source: Latin
    It is a no good hen, that cackles in your house and lays in another's.

    Source: Latin
    It is a poor dog that's not worth whistling for.

    Source: Latin
    It is a solace to the miserable to have a companion in their grief.

    Source: Latin
    It is a wretched position to be dependent on others for support.

    Source: Latin
    It is all over: I may as well go and hand myself.

    Source: Latin
    It is an absurdity that he should rule others who cannot command himself.

    Source: Latin
    It is an easy task to improve upon an invention.

    Source: Latin
    It is an honourable thing to be accused by those who are open to accusation.

    Source: Latin
    It is as bad to have too many friends as no friends at all.

    Source: Latin
    It is bad to contend about trifles.

    Source: Latin
    It is best to learn wisdom by the experience of others.

    Source: Latin
    It is best to learn wisdom from the follies of others.

    Source: Latin
    It is better to be always prepared than to suffer once. [Keep oil in your lamps.]

    Source: Latin
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