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    Wise Sayings


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    Let the buyer beware.

    Source: Latin
    Let the devil never find you unoccupied.

    Source: Latin
    Let the ignorant learn, and the learned delight in refreshing the memory.

    Source: Latin
    Let them hate, so that they fear me.

    Source: Latin
    Let them laugh that win.

    Source: Latin
    Let there be no delay.

    Source: Latin
    Let us be judged of by our actions.

    Source: Latin
    Let us go, where fate directs us.

    Source: Latin
    Liberal enough of another man's leather.

    Source: Latin
    Liberate me from that bad fellow, myself.

    Source: Latin
    Light griefs can speak, but deeper ones are dumb.

    Source: Latin
    Like likes like.

    Source: Latin
    Like mistress, like maid.

    Source: Latin
    Like mother, like daughter.

    Source: Latin
    Like priest, like people.

    Source: Latin
    Like prince, like people.

    Source: Latin
    Limit your inquiry after knowledge.

    Source: Latin
    Limping justice ne'er will fail To hunt out the longest trail.

    Source: Latin
    Lions in time of peace; deer in war.

    Source: Latin
    Listen to that which is openly and seriously spoken.

    Source: Latin
    Little drops produce the shower.

    Source: Latin
    Little grain have I collected from a mass of chaff.

    Source: Latin
    Live near a lame man, and you will soon learn to limp.

    Source: Latin
    Live not beyond your means.

    Source: Latin
    Live your own life, for you will die your own death.

    Source: Latin
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