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A pitcher that goes oft to the well is broken at last.
Trouble rides a fast horse.
Masters’ hints are commands.
He is a good dog who goes to church.
A man of words and not of deeds is like a garden full of weeds.
All ships leak: some amidships, some in the bows, some in the hold.
Every reed will not make a pipe.
The river passed the saint forgotten.
He is well constituted who grieves not for what he has not, and rejoices for what he has.
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