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    It is better to be born lucky than rich.

    Source: Latin
    It is better to enjoy what we possess than to hanker after other things.

    Source: Latin
    It is better to fly than to remain in disgrace.

    Source: Latin
    It is better to give than to receive.

    Source: Latin
    It is better to satisfy our hunger than to be clothed in purple.

    Source: Latin
    It is better to say nothing than not enough.

    Source: Latin
    It is better to turn back than to persevere in an evil course.

    Source: Latin
    It is but fair that he who requires indulgence for his own offences should grant it to others.

    Source: Latin
    It is cruel to refer to those things which cause sorrow.

    Source: Latin
    It is easier to pull down than to build up.

    Source: Latin
    It is easier to raise the Devil than to lay him.

    Source: Latin
    It is easier to run from virtue to vice, than from vice to virtue.

    Source: Latin
    It is easier to win good luck than to retain it.

    Source: Latin
    It is easy to set a cask a rolling. [To influence a fool.]

    Source: Latin
    It is inexcusable to have remained long away, and return empty-handed.

    Source: Latin
    It is more difficult to bridle the tongue than to conquer an army.

    Source: Latin
    It is more wicked to love a sin than to commit one.

    Source: Latin
    It is never too late to ask what time it is.

    Source: Latin
    It is never too late to learn.

    Source: Latin
    It is never too late to mend.

    Source: Latin
    It is no advantage for a man in fever to change his bed.

    Source: Latin
    It is no business of mine; may it go to the devil!

    Source: Latin
    It is not allowed in war to blunder twice.

    Source: Latin
    It is not at the altar that we should consider the course we would take.

    Source: Latin
    It is not becoming to play the fox, or to play up on both sides.

    Source: Latin
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