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    Wise Sayings


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    There is a time when nothing should be said, there is a time when some things may be said. but there is indeed no time in which everything can be said.

    Source: Latin
    There is always a first time.

    Source: Latin
    There is danger when a dog has once tasted flesh.

    Source: Latin
    There is more to be feared from the doctor than the disease.

    Source: Latin
    There is no accounting for tastes.

    Source: Latin
    There is no departing from the words of the law.

    Source: Latin
    There is no good but contains some evil; no evil but contains some good.

    Source: Latin
    There is no remedy against the bite of a secret slanderer.

    Source: Latin
    There is no way to make money so certain as to save what you have.

    Source: Latin
    There is no wheat without chaff.

    Source: Latin
    There is no wise response to a foolish remark.

    Source: Latin
    There is nothing more telling than wit.

    Source: Latin
    There is nothing so intolerable as a fortunate fool.

    Source: Latin
    There is nothing to be gained by buying inferior goods.

    Source: Latin
    There's death in the pot.

    Source: Latin
    They attend a funeral robed in white, and a wedding in mourning.

    Source: Latin
    They build houses but shall not inhabit them.

    Source: Latin
    They can do least who boast loudest.

    Source: Latin
    They cease to be friends who dwell afar off.

    Source: Latin
    They fight with tweezers, not swords.

    Source: Latin
    They fought with varying success.

    Source: Latin
    They found no fault with Time, save that he fled.

    Source: Latin
    They give, to find a pretext for asking.

    Source: Latin
    They laugh till they cry.

    Source: Latin
    They limit their expenditure where it is not needed, and are ever lavish of that of which they should be sparing.

    Source: Latin
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