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It takes more than one blow to fell a tree.
A closed mouth catches neither flies nor food.
Anyone who lives will know trying times.
Pulled too far, a rope ends up breaking.
Don’t let children or pups get accustomed to your soup bowl.
Receive and rejoice, antonio, it’s your celebration; always receive and never restrain.
Everyone drinks with their mouth.
The doctor comes to the house where the sun can’t reach.
Theory dominates practice.
When force and reason are in conflict, force of reason prevails and being reasonable isn’t enough.
They who are born of chickens scratch the earth.
A cursed horse has a shining coat.
Alder fire, false fire.
Well, a nuclear-free zone in the middle east would be a wonderful thing.
Someone once asked me what was the weirdest question I was ever asked. And I was stymied.
I know all the critics.
The nra was one of the items that we pointed to when we added money to the labor
No general can fight his battles alone. He must depend upon his
Don’t cling to a mistake just because you spent a lot of time making it.
Oh, the soul keeps its youth!
My favorite, and I repeat it often while swimming is from a well known coach around here