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    No horse is so good, but that he will at times stumble.

    Source: Latin
    No man acquires perfection all at once.

    Source: Latin
    No man can be happy without a friend, or be sure of his friend till he is unhappy.

    Source: Latin
    No man can call again yesterday.

    Source: Latin
    No man can swim ashore and carry his baggage with him.

    Source: Latin
    No man can think well of himself who does not think well of others.

    Source: Latin
    No man commands ably unless he has himself obeyed discipline.

    Source: Latin
    No man grieves long unless by his own fault.

    Source: Latin
    No man has a worse friend than he brings with him from home.

    Source: Latin
    No man is contented with his lot in this life.

    Source: Latin
    No man is faultless.

    Source: Latin
    No man is his craft's master the first day.

    Source: Latin
    No man is impatient with his creditors.

    Source: Latin
    No man is so rich as to say, "I have enough!"

    Source: Latin
    No man should be a witness in his own cause.

    Source: Latin
    No man will feed on herbs when meat is to be had.

    Source: Latin
    No matter her past, when a chambermaid marries a lord she becomes a lady.

    Source: Latin
    No one ever suddenly reached the height of vice.

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    No one in a shabby coat is treated with respect.

    Source: Latin
    No one is a fool always, every one sometimes.

    Source: Latin
    No one loves another better than himself.

    Source: Latin
    No protection is so sure as that of innocence.

    Source: Latin
    No sooner said than done.

    Source: Latin
    Nobility of conduct is a greater recommendation than nobility of birth.

    Source: Latin
    Nobility without wealth is more worthless than the seaweed which the tide has left.

    Source: Latin
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