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A friend’s fault should be known but not abhorred.
The cheap things prove to be expensive at the end.
Eat of your own, and call yourself mine.
Poverty is not vile.
During war, weapons aren’t cleaned.
A morsel eaten gains no friend.
Of oil, wine, and friends, the oldest.
A resolute heart endures no counsel.
Whither goes thou, misfortune? to where there is more.
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