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    The more we have, the more we want.

    Source: Latin
    The more you give in, the more you have to give in.

    Source: Latin
    The most pleasant cruise is near the land; the most inviting walk near the sea.

    Source: Latin
    The mouse is caught in the trap.

    Source: Latin
    The names of fools are always written on walls.

    Source: Latin
    The old cask tastes of what the new cask held.

    Source: Latin
    The old monkey is caught last.

    Source: Latin
    The old parrot does not mind the stick.

    Source: Latin
    The owl has one note, the crow another.

    Source: Latin
    The owl sings to the nightingale.

    Source: Latin
    The ox in a strange stall often casts a longing look towards the door.

    Source: Latin
    The ox when most weary is most surefooted.

    Source: Latin
    The parrot utters one cry, the quail another.

    Source: Latin
    The passing hour is sometimes a mother, sometimes a stepmother.

    Source: Latin
    The penalty attaching to evil deeds should be thought of in time.

    Source: Latin
    The people want to be deceived.

    Source: Latin
    The pig prefers mud to clean water.

    Source: Latin
    The plan executed, reason comes to our assistance!

    Source: Latin
    The pleasures of love are enhanced by injuries.

    Source: Latin
    The pleasures of the mighty are the tears of the poor.

    Source: Latin
    The pleasures we enjoy are lost by coveting more.

    Source: Latin
    The position in which we were before the war.

    Source: Latin
    The post of honor is the post of danger.

    Source: Latin
    The prolonged visit of no guest is pleasant.

    Source: Latin
    The provoking pertinacity of a fly.

    Source: Latin
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