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    Misfortunes make happiness more sweet when it comes.

    Source: Latin
    Misfortunes make strange bedfellows.

    Source: Latin
    Mistakes are to be pardoned.

    Source: Latin
    Moderate measures succeed best.

    Source: Latin
    Moderation in all things.

    Source: Latin
    Monday's child is fair of face, Tuesday's child is full of grace, Wednesday's child is full of woe. Thursday's child has far to go, Friday's child is loving and giving, Saturday's child works hard for its living, And a child that's born of the Sabbath day Is fair and wise and good and gay.

    Source: Latin
    Money, like a queen, gives rank and beauty.

    Source: Latin
    More blind than the cast-off skin of a serpent.

    Source: Latin
    More cost, more worship.

    Source: Latin
    More die by food than famine.

    Source: Latin
    More like than egg to egg.

    Source: Latin
    More naked than the cast-off skin of a serpent.

    Source: Latin
    Morn with her rosy locks dispels the shades of night, and the sun puts to flight the stars, lighting up the world.

    Source: Latin
    Morning dreams come true.

    Source: Latin
    Most bitter are the quarrels of brothers.

    Source: Latin
    Most haste, worst speed.

    Source: Latin
    Mountains never unite. [Haughty people rarely fraternize.]

    Source: Latin
    Mules help to scratch each other. [The bad commend each other.]

    Source: Latin
    Music induces more madness in many than wine.

    Source: Latin
    Music is the best cure for a sorrowing mind.

    Source: Latin
    Music is the handmaid of divinity.

    Source: Latin
    Music provokes love.

    Source: Latin
    My inclination first leads me in one direction, then in the opposite.

    Source: Latin
    Nature is our mother.

    Source: Latin
    Nature without an effort surpasses art.

    Source: Latin
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