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    Wise Sayings


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    About everything and something else.

    Source: Latin
    Abuse does not invalidate usefulness.

    Source: Latin
    According to the nature of his sin shall a man be punished.

    Source: Latin
    Acting in concert, like the oil-merchants in the Velabrum.

    Source: Latin
    Acting is the forte of all their race.

    Source: Latin
    Add not fire to fire.

    Source: Latin
    After clouds sunshine.

    Source: Latin
    After darkness comes light.

    Source: Latin
    After the manner of Mandrabulus [i.e., going from worse to worse].

    Source: Latin
    Again and again I beg and pray of you to live merrily: should aught distress you, dismiss it from your minds.

    Source: Latin
    Aim at a certain issue.

    Source: Latin
    Alas for those that get the worst of it!

    Source: Latin
    Alas! how much smaller a thing it is to be with others, than to remember thee!

    Source: Latin
    Alas! I suffer from self-inflicted wounds!

    Source: Latin
    Alexander the Great was but of small stature.

    Source: Latin
    All are not harpers, who hold the harp.

    Source: Latin
    All claim kindred with the prosperous.

    Source: Latin
    All clouds are not rain clouds.

    Source: Latin
    All flute-players are mad; when once they begin to blow, away goes reason.

    Source: Latin
    All for one and one for all.

    Source: Latin
    All is in vain unless Providence is with us.

    Source: Latin
    All is not false which is publicly reported.

    Source: Latin
    All lay load on the willing horse.

    Source: Latin
    All men grieve, and if you ask them the reason why, they cannot tell it.

    Source: Latin
    All power is impatient of a partner.

    Source: Latin
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