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    Spring succeeds to winter.

    Source: Latin
    Spur not a free horse to death.

    Source: Latin
    Stagnant waters putrefy.

    Source: Latin
    Stand away from a horse's heels.

    Source: Latin
    Stolen waters are the sweetest.

    Source: Latin
    Stone dead hath no fellow.

    Source: Latin
    Straitened circumstances.

    Source: Latin
    Strange sins, strange punishments.

    Source: Latin
    Strike me a light, and I'll light you.

    Source: Latin
    Strike when the iron is hot.

    Source: Latin
    Study invites study, idleness produces idleness.

    Source: Latin
    Submission to one wrong brings on another.

    Source: Latin
    Submit to the rule you have yourself laid down.

    Source: Latin
    Subtlety set a trap and caught itself.

    Source: Latin
    Success alters our manners.

    Source: Latin
    Success leads to insolence.

    Source: Latin
    Success makes a fool seem wise.

    Source: Latin
    Success or ruin.

    Source: Latin
    Summer will not last for ever.

    Source: Latin
    Take counsel of your pillow.

    Source: Latin
    Take not the antidote before the poison.

    Source: Latin
    Talent and poverty, wealth and stupidity generally dwell together.

    Source: Latin
    Talk of the devil and he'll appear.

    Source: Latin
    Taught in the same school.

    Source: Latin
    Teach an eagle to fly, a dolphin to swim.

    Source: Latin
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