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    Wise Sayings


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    A man in a passion rides a horse that runs away with him.

    Source: Latin
    A man is a king in his own house.

    Source: Latin
    A man is judged by his clothes.

    Source: Latin
    A man is judged of by his companions.

    Source: Latin
    A man is not where he lives, but where he loves.

    Source: Latin
    A man may lose what are his clearest rights by not demanding them.

    Source: Latin
    A man of few words but learned withal.

    Source: Latin
    A man of gladness seldom falls into madness.

    Source: Latin
    A man of good natural plain common sense.

    Source: Latin
    A middle course is the safest.

    Source: Latin
    A mind conscious of guilt is its own accuser.

    Source: Latin
    A mind conscious of innocence laughs at the lies of rumor.

    Source: Latin
    A miser's son is generally a spendthrift.

    Source: Latin
    A monkey is not to be caught in a trap.

    Source: Latin
    A mouse in pitch. [A man engaged in useless and perplexing inquiries.]

    Source: Latin
    A mouse in time may bite in two a cable.

    Source: Latin
    A mouse may help a lion.

    Source: Latin
    A mouse will put the finishing stroke to a castle wall.

    Source: Latin
    A nobody to-day, a prince to-morrow. [The reverse of "To-day a man, to-morrow a mouse."]

    Source: Latin
    A nod for a wise man, and a rod for a fool.

    Source: Latin
    A perfect whipping-top for changing sides.

    Source: Latin
    A pestilence follows a famine.

    Source: Latin
    A picture is a poem wanting words.

    Source: Latin
    A plank in a wreck.

    Source: Latin
    A poor cask often holds good wine.

    Source: Latin
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