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    Pain mingles with pleasure.

    Source: Latin
    Pain of mind is worse than pain of body.

    Source: Latin
    Pain past is pleasure.

    Source: Latin
    Patience overtaxed turns to rage.

    Source: Latin
    Peace gains a value from discord.

    Source: Latin
    Perhaps you will soon find another, and a fairer, lover.

    Source: Latin
    Plague seize the hindmost!

    Source: Latin
    Pleasure and pain succeed each other.

    Source: Latin
    Pleasure is the bait of evil.

    Source: Latin
    Pleasure often comes from pain.

    Source: Latin
    Ponder long before you act.

    Source: Latin
    Pondering over many things by night.

    Source: Latin
    Poor though in the midst of wealth.

    Source: Latin
    Potter envies potter, and smith smith.

    Source: Latin
    Poverty is death in another form.

    Source: Latin
    Poverty is no disgrace, but it's a great inconvenience.

    Source: Latin
    Poverty makes a man mean.

    Source: Latin
    Poverty shows us who are our friends and who our enemies.

    Source: Latin
    Poverty trieth friends.

    Source: Latin
    Power is strengthened by union.

    Source: Latin
    Practice is better than theory.

    Source: Latin
    Precepts invite, but examples drag us to conclusions.

    Source: Latin
    Precepts may lead, but examples draw.

    Source: Latin
    Presents from an enemy must be received with suspicion.

    Source: Latin
    Presents more burdensome than profitable.

    Source: Latin
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