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    Virtue and valour rejoice in being put to the test.

    Source: Latin
    Virtue our leader, fortune our companion.

    Source: Latin
    Virtue, which parleys, is near a surrender.

    Source: Latin
    Walk on your own lands.

    Source: Latin
    Walk softly but carry a big stick.

    Source: Latin
    Want all lose all.

    Source: Latin
    War appears pleasant to those who have never experienced it.

    Source: Latin
    War gives no opportunity for repeating a mistake.

    Source: Latin
    We all refer to that of which we know most.

    Source: Latin
    We are born; we die.

    Source: Latin
    We are not disposed to study much after heavy meals.

    Source: Latin
    We are the authors of our own disasters.

    Source: Latin
    We are too busy mopping the floor to turn off the faucet.

    Source: Latin
    We become wiser as we grow older.

    Source: Latin
    We benefit by affliction.

    Source: Latin
    We can accustom ourselves to anything.

    Source: Latin
    We can enjoy nothing without some one to share the pleasure.

    Source: Latin
    We conquer and are conquered in our turn.

    Source: Latin
    We covet not that of the existence of which we are ignorant.

    Source: Latin
    We easily believe that which we hope for.

    Source: Latin
    We easily give advice to others.

    Source: Latin
    We expiate in old age the follies of our youth.

    Source: Latin
    We find much ingratitude, and create more.

    Source: Latin
    We give and take in turn.

    Source: Latin
    We hate the man whom we have wronged.

    Source: Latin
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