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    Not even a drop is left.

    Source: Latin
    Not to advance is to recede.

    Source: Latin
    Not to disturb that which is at rest.

    Source: Latin
    Not words but knocks.

    Source: Latin
    Nothing answers worse than too high farming.

    Source: Latin
    Nothing bears a stronger resemblance to a madman than a man when drunk.

    Source: Latin
    Nothing can be said which has not been said already.

    Source: Latin
    Nothing can exist long without occasional rest.

    Source: Latin
    Nothing comes of nothing.

    Source: Latin
    Nothing dries up more quickly than a tear.

    Source: Latin
    Nothing is grievous which necessity enjoins.

    Source: Latin
    Nothing is more foolish than to dabble in too many things.

    Source: Latin
    Nothing is more humiliating than when a reproach recoils on the head or him who utters it.

    Source: Latin
    Nothing prevails against wealth.

    Source: Latin
    Nothing, however small, is to be irritated.

    Source: Latin
    Nourish not a lion's whelp.

    Source: Latin
    Nourish the whelps of a wolf!

    Source: Latin
    Novelty always appears handsome.

    Source: Latin
    Now a layman, to-morrow a clerk.

    Source: Latin
    Now I have got a ewe and a lamb, Every one cries, "Welcome, Peter."

    Source: Latin
    Now it rains, and again the sun shines forth brightly in the heavens.

    Source: Latin
    Now my resources are reduced to a narrow compass.

    Source: Latin
    O ancient house, by what a different master are you presided over!

    Source: Latin
    Obedience is the mother of happiness.

    Source: Latin
    Obey orders, if you break owners.

    Source: Latin
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