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    To silence another, first be silent yourself.

    Source: Latin
    To speak kindly does not hurt the tongue.

    Source: Latin
    To the ass, or the sow, their own offspring appears the fairest in creation.

    Source: Latin
    To the pure all things are pure.

    Source: Latin
    To understand a stammerer, you ought to stammer yourself.

    Source: Latin
    To whom is he any good, if he is no good to himself?

    Source: Latin
    To win a war quickly takes long preparation.

    Source: Latin
    To-morrow is the pupil of to-day.

    Source: Latin
    To-morrow we will credit it, not to-day.

    Source: Latin
    Too late do I take up the shield after the wound.

    Source: Latin
    Too late for the fair.

    Source: Latin
    Too much care does more harm than good.

    Source: Latin
    Too much care may be as bad as downright negligence.

    Source: Latin
    Too much consulting confounds.

    Source: Latin
    Too much of a thing nauseates.

    Source: Latin
    Too much wine will make a sane man mad.

    Source: Latin
    Treachery will eventually betray itself; though wary enough at first.

    Source: Latin
    Treat everything of this world as mere vanity.

    Source: Latin
    Treat your friends as if hereafter they will become your enemies, and your enemies as if they will become your friends.

    Source: Latin
    Trifles often lead to serious results.

    Source: Latin
    Trifling at an end, now let us go to the point.

    Source: Latin
    Troy is a thing of the past.

    Source: Latin
    True friends are tested in adversity.

    Source: Latin
    Trust no one, until you have eaten a peck of salt with him.

    Source: Latin
    Trust not a sword in the hands of a boy.

    Source: Latin
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