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The smaller the heart, the longer the tongue.
The flatterer’s throat is an open sepulchre.
A beautiful woman smiling, bespeaks a purse weeping.
That costs dear which is bought with begging.
Never point out the mistakes of another with a dirty finger.
A hungry ass eats any straw.
The earth covers the errors of the physician.
It’s a good answer that knows when to stop.
The moon does not heed the baying of dogs.
Any excuse is good if it hold good.
Who will not be ruled by the rudder must be ruled by the rock.
Tied to the sowre apple-tree.
He must stoop that has a low door.
The whole idea we have for their chastity is ridiculous. They would
If you find yourself talking to the police, my advice is to
Haste is needful in a desperate case.
I have memories of being in Yale five years ago. It was
A woman’s life revolves in curves of emotions. It is upon lines
In the light of her son’s comment she reconsidered the scene at
When we die to something, something comes alive within us. If we
It is owing to our limitations that a thing appears to us