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    Wise Sayings


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    A precipice in front of you, and wolves behind you; that is life.

    Source: Latin
    A precipice is in front, a wolf behind.

    Source: Latin
    A prospering man should remain at home.

    Source: Latin
    A rich man is either a rogue or a rogue's heir.

    Source: Latin
    A ridiculous accident has often been the making of many.

    Source: Latin
    A ring of gold in a sow's nostril.

    Source: Latin
    A rising tide lifts all boats.

    Source: Latin
    A rogue says "Yes" to what a rogue says.

    Source: Latin
    A rose is a rose is a rose.

    Source: Latin
    A rotten egg cannot be spoiled.

    Source: Latin
    A sceptre is one thing, a ladle another.

    Source: Latin
    A service done to the unwilling is no service.

    Source: Latin
    A sick mind cannot endure any harshness.

    Source: Latin
    A silent woman is always more admired than a noisy one.

    Source: Latin
    A slave yesterday, to-day a freedman.

    Source: Latin
    A slice off a cut loaf isn't missed.

    Source: Latin
    A small competence is best.

    Source: Latin
    A small gift, but well-timed.

    Source: Latin
    A snake lies concealed in the grass.

    Source: Latin
    A soft answer bids a Furioso to put up his sword.

    Source: Latin
    A soft-spoken compliment is honied poison.

    Source: Latin
    A store-house of evil is a woman if she is depraved.

    Source: Latin
    A strong remedy for evils is ignorance of them.

    Source: Latin
    A surgeon tries his experiments on the heads of orphans.

    Source: Latin
    A suspicious mind sees everything on the dark side.

    Source: Latin
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