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    Necessity is a strong weapon.

    Source: Latin
    Necessity recognizes no law.

    Source: Latin
    Necessity requires no decision.

    Source: Latin
    Negation proves nothing. [Mere opposition to a theory does not commit you to anything.]

    Source: Latin
    Neglect will sooner kill an injury than revenge.

    Source: Latin
    Neither beautiful, nor young.

    Source: Latin
    Neither beg of him who has been a beggar, nor serve him who has been a servant.

    Source: Latin
    Never be too much elated.

    Source: Latin
    Never descend to vulgarity even in joking.

    Source: Latin
    Never expect your friends to do for you that which you can yourself accomplish.

    Source: Latin
    Never give a child a sword.

    Source: Latin
    Never give a sucker an even break.

    Source: Latin
    Never malign a friend.

    Source: Latin
    Never marry for money, but marry where money is.

    Source: Latin
    Never say, "die!"

    Source: Latin
    Never speak in a hurry.

    Source: Latin
    Never take the antidote before the poison.

    Source: Latin
    Never tell tales out of school.

    Source: Latin
    Never too old to learn.

    Source: Latin
    No bees, no honey.

    Source: Latin
    No day is wholly productive of evil.

    Source: Latin
    No day should pass without something being done.

    Source: Latin
    No gain is as certain as that which proceeds from the economical use of what you already have.

    Source: Latin
    No gain is so certain as that which proceeds from the economical use of what you already have.

    Source: Latin
    No gains without pains.

    Source: Latin
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