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    Skill will enable us to succeed in that which sheer force could not accomplish.

    Source: Latin
    Sleep is all important.

    Source: Latin
    Sleep not in time of peril.

    Source: Latin
    Small favours conciliate, but great gifts make enemies.

    Source: Latin
    Small things have their own peculiar charm.

    Source: Latin
    So ends all earthly glory.

    Source: Latin
    Soft speeches injure not the mouth of the speaker.

    Source: Latin
    Some small spark may yet by chance lie hidden.

    Source: Latin
    Some sow, others read.

    Source: Latin
    Some things are better praised by silence than by remark.

    Source: Latin
    Sooner could you hide an elephant under your armpit.

    Source: Latin
    Sooner shall earth mount to heaven.

    Source: Latin
    Sooner will a beetle make honey.

    Source: Latin
    Sooner will the tamarisk bear apples.

    Source: Latin
    Sooner will the wolf take the sheep for a wife.

    Source: Latin
    Sorrow and ill weather come unsent for.

    Source: Latin
    Sorrow brings on premature old age.

    Source: Latin
    Sorrow dwells on the confines of pleasure.

    Source: Latin
    Sorrow follows pleasure.

    Source: Latin
    Sorrows come uninvited.

    Source: Latin
    Sour grapes will ne'er make sweet wine.

    Source: Latin
    Speak not against the dead.

    Source: Latin
    Speaking, though speechless, it exercises dominion over the mind. [The power of music.]

    Source: Latin
    Speech both conceals and reveals the thoughts of men.

    Source: Latin
    Spendthrifts are always of necessity greedy and covetous.

    Source: Latin
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