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    A hard knot requires a hard wedge.

    Source: Latin
    A hard life but a healthy one.

    Source: Latin
    A honey-comb in the mouth of a lion!

    Source: Latin
    A horse deprived of his food won't work.

    Source: Latin
    A hungry ass needs not a blow.

    Source: Latin
    A hungry man will listen to nothing.

    Source: Latin
    A jackdaw among the muses.

    Source: Latin
    A jealous woman will set a whole house on fire.

    Source: Latin
    A kindness bestowed on the good is never thrown away.

    Source: Latin
    A king or a slave.

    Source: Latin
    A king's castle is his home.

    Source: Latin
    A king's chaff is worth more than other men's corn.

    Source: Latin
    A king, a master, a parent, a judge, may fail to frighten us; but sickness coming brings with it successful reproof.

    Source: Latin
    A learned man has always wealth in himself.

    Source: Latin
    A lengthy sermon is intolerable.

    Source: Latin
    A leopard cannot change his spots.

    Source: Latin
    A leopard does not change his spots.

    Source: Latin
    A letter once written cannot be recalled.

    Source: Latin
    A liar is not believed when he speaks the truth. [Fable of boy and wolf.]

    Source: Latin
    A light supper is beneficial.

    Source: Latin
    A lion may be beholden to a mouse.

    Source: Latin
    A lover should be regarded as a person demented.

    Source: Latin
    A man as he manages himself may die old at thirty, or young at eighty.

    Source: Latin
    A man devoid of religion is like a horse without a bridle.

    Source: Latin
    A man if he lives alone is either a god or a demon.

    Source: Latin
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