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    The force which a body at rest exercises on a body in motion impinging upon it. [Stolid immobility or masterly inactivity.]
    Source: Latin
    The fox loves cunning, the wolf covets the lamb, and a woman longs for praise.

    Source: Latin
    The fox may grow gray, but never good.

    Source: Latin
    The gifts of fortune (windfalls) do not always benefit us.

    Source: Latin
    The girl is more inviting who smells of wild thyme than she who smells of musk.

    Source: Latin
    The gladiator seeks advice, when in the very lists.

    Source: Latin
    The gnat trusting itself to the flame is singed.

    Source: Latin
    The gods assist the industrious.

    Source: Latin
    The gods sell all things for labour.

    Source: Latin
    The gods send nuts to those who have no teeth.

    Source: Latin
    The good fortunes of life fall to the lot even of the base.

    Source: Latin
    The good is the enemy of the best.

    Source: Latin
    The goodwill accompanying the gift is the best portion of it.

    Source: Latin
    The grape is not ripened by the rays of the moon.

    Source: Latin
    The grasshopper is dear to the grasshopper, the ant loves the ant.

    Source: Latin
    The great elephant of India cares not for a gnat.

    Source: Latin
    The greater the fool, the greater his insolence.

    Source: Latin
    The greatest consideration is due to the innocence of youth.

    Source: Latin
    The habits of our youth accompany us in our old age.

    Source: Latin
    The half is better than the whole.

    Source: Latin
    The hand often travels to the part where the pain is.

    Source: Latin
    The hand that gives gathers.

    Source: Latin
    The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world.

    Source: Latin
    The harp dispels care.

    Source: Latin
    The hatred of knaves is to be preferred to their company.

    Source: Latin
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