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    Wise Sayings


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    It would make a man scratch where it doth not itch, To see a man live poor to die rich.

    Source: Latin
    It would puzzle even Apollo to understand it.

    Source: Latin
    It's a well-known fact, dirt stinks more when stirred.

    Source: Latin
    It's all grist to the mill.

    Source: Latin
    It's an ill plan that cannot be changed.

    Source: Latin
    It\'s an ill wind that blows no one any good.

    Source: Latin
    It\'s an ill wind that blows nobody any good.

    Source: Latin
    Jackdaw always perches by jackdaw.

    Source: Latin
    Jokes, which carry injury with them, are never agreeable.

    Source: Latin
    Joking must have its proper limit.

    Source: Latin
    Jouk and let the jaw go by.

    Source: Latin
    Jove but laughs at lover's perjury.

    Source: Latin
    Judge of the daughter by the mother.

    Source: Latin
    Judge of the statue of Hercules by the size of the foot.

    Source: Latin
    Jupiter himself cannot please everybody.

    Source: Latin
    Justice is exercised in the proper prevention, rather than in the severe punishment, of crime.

    Source: Latin
    Keep adding little by little and you will soon have a big hoard.

    Source: Latin
    Keep quiet and people will think you a philosopher.

    Source: Latin
    Keep the common road, and thou'rt safe.

    Source: Latin
    Keep your eye upon the goal.

    Source: Latin
    Keep your own counsel.

    Source: Latin
    Keep your own fish guts for your own sea maws.

    Source: Latin
    Keep your own fish-guts for your own sea-maws.

    Source: Latin
    Kings have many ears and many eyes too.

    Source: Latin
    Kings learn wisdom from associating with wise men.

    Source: Latin
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