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-  Of nought comes nought
-  Office will show the man
-  Old age does not protect from folly
-  Old birds are not caught with chaff
-  Old churches have dim windows
-  Old friends and old wine and old gold are best
-  Old habits die hard
-  Old sins cast long shadows
-  Old wives were aye good maidens
-  On a long journey, even a straw weighs
-  Once a drunkard, always a drunkard
-  Once a thief, always a thief
-  Once a use, for ever a custom
-  Once bitten, twice shy
-  Once in use, and ever after a custom
-  Once in while does no harm
-  Once is no rule
-  One can't do two things at one time
-  One cannot be in two places at one time
-  One cannot do two things at one time
-  One cannot drink and whistle at the same time
-  One cannot leave one's country without a tug
-  One cannot put back the clock
-  One devil drives out another
-  One does not wash one's dirty clothes in public
-  One drop of poison infects the whole tun of wine
-  One end is sure to be boned
-  One eye-witness is better than ten hearsays
-  One eye-witness is of more weight than ten hearsays
-  One good turn deserves another
-  One half of the world does not know how the other half lives
-  One hand washes the other
-  One hour today is worth two tomorrows
-  One ill weed mars a whole pot of pottage
-  One is never too old to learn
-  One kindness is the price of another
-  One man may steal a horse while another may not look over a hedge
-  One man sows and another reaps
-  One man's drink is another man's poison
-  One man's loss is another man's gain
-  One man's meat is another man's poison
-  One master in a house is enough
-  One must be a servant before that he can be a master
-  One must choose the lesser of two evils
-  One must draw back in order to leap better
-  One must not blow hot and cold
-  One must not condemn without a hearing
-  One must not trifle with love
-  One must run with the hare and hunt with the hounds
-  One nail drives out another
-  One never knows
-  One poison drives out another
-  One potter envies another
-  One scabbed sheep will infect a whole flock
-  One scabbed sheep will mar a whole flock
-  One story is good, till another is told
-  One swallow does not a summer make
-  One swallow does not make a summer
-  One that would have the fruit must climb the tree
-  One tongue is enough for a woman
-  One who eats plain food is healthy
-  Open confession is good for the soul
-  Opportunity makes the thief
-  Opportunity never knocks twice
-  Opportunity only knocks once
-  Other days, other ways
-  Other times, other manners
-  Other times, other ways
-  Our neighbour's ground yields better corn than ours
-  Our own actions are our security, not others judgements
-  Out of debt, out of danger
-  Out of office, out of danger
-  Out of sight, out of mind
-  Past shame, past amendment
-  Pater noster built Churches, and Our father pulls them down
-  Patience brings all things about
-  Patience is a plaster for all sores
-  Patience is a vertue
-  Patience provoked turns to fury
-  Patient waiters are no losers
-  People who live in glass houses should not throw stones
-  Perseverance kills the game
-  Pick and choose, and take the worst
-  Pigs might fly
-  Piss not against the wind
-  Pleasant hours fly fast
-  Plenty breeds pride
-  Plenty is no dainty
-  Plenty is no plague
-  Plenty makes dainty!
-  Poets are born, not made
-  Poison is poison, though it comes in a golden cup
-  Poor suffer all the wrong
-  Possession is nine points of the law
-  Poverty and wealth are twin sisters
-  Poverty is no crime
-  Poverty parts fellowship
-  Poverty parts good company
-  Practice makes perfect
-  Practice what you preach
-  Prevention is better than cure
-  Pride goes before and shame follows after
-  Promise is debt
-  Promises and piecrust are made to be broken
-  Promises are like piecrust, made to be broken
-  Promises are made to be kept
-  Prospect is often better than possession
-  Prosperity makes friends, adversity tries them
-  Providing is preventing
-  Punctuality is the politeness of kings
-  Put best foot forward
-  Put not thy hand between the bark and the tree
-  Quality speaks for itself
-  Quarrels would not last so long if the fault was only on one side
-  Rain before seven, fine before eleven
-  Rather a man without money than money without a man
-  Rats abandon a sinking ship
-  Remember you are but a man
-  Remorse is lust's dessert
-  Render unto Caesar the things which are Caesar's
-  Render unto Caesar the things which are Caesar's, and unto God the things that are God's
-  Revenge is a dish best served cold
-  Revenge is sweet
-  Revolutions are not made with rosewater
-  Rivers and mountains may change; human nature, never
-  Roast pigeons don't fly through the air
-  Roasted pigeons will not fly into one's mouth
-  Rome was not built in a day
-  Rome was not built in one day
-  Rome wasn't built in a day
-  Sadness and gladness succeed each other
-  Same difference
-  Save us from our friends
-  Saying and doing are two things
-  Saying is one thing, doing another
-  Scornful dogs will eat dirty puddings
-  Scratch a Russian and you find a Tartar
-  Secure is not safe
-  Seek and you shall find
-  Seek till you find and you will not lose your labor
-  Seldom does the hated man ends well
-  Select your friend with a silk-gloved hand and hold him with an iron gauntlet
-  Self-praise stinks
-  Send a fool to the market and a fool he will return again
-  Separate the sheep from the goat
-  Separate the wheat from the chaff
-  Serve a great man and you will know what sorrow is
-  Service is no inheritance
-  Set a beggar on horseback and he will ride to the devil
-  Set a thief to catch a thief
-  She is a chip off the old block
-  Shitten luck is good luck
-  Short folk are soon angry
-  Short pleasure, long lament
-  Short reckonings make long friends
-  Shrouds have no pockets
-  Shunning the smoke they fall into the fire
-  Silence catches a mouse
-  Silence gives consent
-  Silence is consent
-  Silence is golden
-  Silence means consent
-  Silence never makes any blunders
-  Sit in your place, and none can make you rise
-  Six of one, half a dozen of the other
-  Slander leaves a score behind it
-  Sleep on it
-  Sleeping dogs don't bite
-  Slow and steady wins the race
-  Slow but sure wins the race
-  Small rain lays great dust
-  Small sorrows speak; great ones are silent
-  So many countries, so many customs
-  So many men, so many opinions
-  So many servants, so many enemies
-  Soft wax will take any impression
-  Some do amend when they cannot go worse
-  Some things are better left unsaid
-  Some truths are better left unsaid
-  Sooner or later, merit will come to the front
-  Sore upon sore is not salve
-  Sorrow is soon enough when it comes
-  Sow the wind, reap the whirlwind
-  Spare at the spigot and spill at the bung
-  Spare the rod and spoil the child
-  Sparing is a great revenue
-  Speech is silver, silence is golden
-  Speech is the picture of the mind
-  Spend as you get
-  Spread the table, and contention will cease
-  Standing pools gather filth
-  Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me
-  Still tongue makes a wise head
-  Still waters run deep
-  Store is no sore
-  Straight trees often have crooked roots
-  Stretch your arm no further than your sleeve will reach
-  Strike while the iron is hot
-  Sue a beggar, and catch a louse
-  Sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof
-  Sweet are the uses of adversity, which, like the toad, ugly and venomenous, wears yet a precious jewel in his head
-  Take away the cause and the effect must cease
-  Take care of the pennies and the pounds will take care of themselves
-  Take heed of the snake in the grass
-  Take not a musket to kill a butterfly
-  Take the goods the gods provide
-  Take the will for the deed
-  Take your venture, as many a good ship has done
-  Talk of the devil and he is sure to appear
-  Talk of the devil, and he will appear
-  Talking pays no toll
-  Tall oaks from little acorns grow
-  Tell the truth and shame the Devil
-  Ten good turns lie dead and one ill deed report abroad does spread
-  That fish will soon be caught that nibbles at every bait
-  That ill manners make good laws
-  That is the last straw
-  That is the straw that breaks the camel's back
-  That thing which is rare is dear
-  That which proves too much proves nothing
-  The absent are always in the wrong
-  The absent are never without fault, nor the present without excuse
-  The absent party is always to blame
-  The ant had wings to her hurt
-  The apple never falls far from the tree
-  The ass that brays most eats least
-  The ass waggeth his ears
-  The bait hides the hook
-  The best cart may overthrow
-  The best fish swim near the bottom
-  The best is often the enemy of the good
-  The best is the cheapest
-  The best of friends must part
-  The best of men may err at times
-  The bigger they are, the harder they fall
-  The biter is sometimes bit
-  The blade wears out the sheath
-  The blind leading the blind
-  The borrower is servant to the lender
-  The buyer needs a hundred eyes, the seller not one
-  The calf, the goose, the bee: the world is ruled by these three
-  The cat shuts its eyes when stealing cream
-  The child is the father of man
-  The cobbler's children always go barefoot
-  The comforter's head never aches
-  The course of true love never did run smooth
-  The covetous man, like a dog in a wheel, roasts meat for others
-  The cow knows not the worth of her tail till she loses it
-  The cow knows not what her tail is worth till she has lost it
-  The cowl does not make the monk
-  The cure is worse than the disease
-  The customer is always right
-  The danger past and God forgotten
-  The darkest hour is just before dawn
-  The deed comes back upon the doer
-  The devil finds work for idle hands
-  The devil finds work for idle hands to do
-  The devil gets up to the belfry by the vicar's skirts
-  The devil is not so black as he is painted
-  The Devil take the hindmost
-  The dog in the manger would neither eat the hay himself nor let the fox eat it
-  The dogs bark, but the caravan goes on
-  The donkey means one thing and the driver another
-  The eagle does not catch flies
-  The early bird catches the worm
-  The early man never borrows from the late man
-  The end crowns the work
-  The end justifies the means
-  The ending rounds off the whole
-  The ends justify the means
-  The evening crowns the day
-  The exception proves the rule
-  The exception that proves the rule
-  The eye of the master will do more work than both his hands
-  The eyes are the window to the soul
-  The face is no index to the heart
-  The fair and the foul by dark are like store
-  The fairest rose is at last withered
-  The falling drops hollow the stone
-  The fewer, the better cheer
-  The filth under the white snow the sun discovers
-  The finger that touches rouge will be red
-  The first blow is half the battle
-  The first breath is the beginning of death
-  The first step is the hardest
-  The fish will soon be caught that nibbles at every bait
-  The flag protects the cargo
-  The foot knows where the foot pinches
-  The fowler's pipe sounds sweet till the bird is caught
-  The fox may grow grey, but never good
-  The frog cannot out of her bog
-  The glutton commits suicide with his fork
-  The goat must browse where she is tied
-  The gods send nuts to those who have no teeth
-  The golden age was never the present age
-  The good die young
-  The good intention excuses the bad action
-  The good is the enemy of the best
-  The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence
-  The greater grief drives out the less
-  The greatest hate springs from the greatest love
-  The greatest step is out the door
-  The greatest talkers are the least doers
-  The greatest wealth is to live content with little
-  The higher the ape goes, the more he shows his tail
-  The higher the mountain, the greater the descent
-  The hood does not make the monk
-  The kettle calls the pot burnt-arse
-  The kick of a mare never hurt a colt
-  The king can do no wrong
-  The labourer is worthy of his hire
-  The left hand does not know what the right hand is doing
-  The leopard can't change its spots
-  The leopard cannot change its spots
-  The liar and the murderer are children of the same village
-  The liar is sooner caught than the cripple
-  The lone sheep is in danger of the wolf
-  The lower millstone grinds as well as the upper
-  The master's eye makes the horse fat
-  The merchant that loses cannot laugh
-  The merchant who gains not, loseth
-  The mill gets by going
-  The more haste the worse speed
-  The more one has, the more one desires
-  The more one has, the more one wants
-  The more things change, the more they stay the same
-  The more you stir shit, the more it stinks
-  The more, the merrier
-  The mother's breast is aye sweet
-  The nearer the Church, the farther from God
-  The net of the sleeper catches fish
-  The object of words is to conceal thoughts
-  The opera ain't over till the fat lady sings
-  The pen is mightier than the sword
-  The perfection of art, is to conceal art
-  The pitcher goes often to the well, but is broken at last
-  The pleasures of the mighty are the tears of the poor
-  The pot calling the kettle back
-  The Potter envies the Potter, the Smith the Smith
-  The proof of the pudding is in the eating
-  The receiver is as bad as the thief
-  The remedy may be worse than the disease
-  The rich knows not who is his friend
-  The river passed, God forgotten
-  The road to Hell is paved with good intentions
-  The rope has never been made that binds thoughts
-  The rotten apple injures its neighbours
-  The rough net is not the best catcher of birds
-  The same knife cuts bread and fingers
-  The sauce was better than the fish
-  The shoe will hold with the sole
-  The shoemaker's children always go barefoot
-  The shorter a joke, the better it is
-  The sleeping fox catches no poultry
-  The sleepy fox has seldom feathered breakfasts
-  The soul needs few things, the body many
-  The squeaking wheel gets the grease
-  The squeaky wheel gets the grease
-  The still sow eats up all the draff
-  The stone that lies not in your gate breaks not your toes
-  The style is the man
-  The sun belongs to everyone
-  The sun shines for one and all
-  The sun shines on the evil and on the good
-  The tailor makes the man
-  The thief is sorry he is to be hanged, not that he is a thief
-  The thorne comes forth with the point forwards
-  The thorns live, and the roses die
-  The tide must be taken when it comes
-  The time to come is no more than the time past
-  The toad, ugly and venomous, wears yet a precious jewel in his head
-  The toad, ugly and venomous, wears yet a precious jewel in his skin
-  The tongue is not steel, yet it cuts
-  The tongue is sharper than any sword
-  The tongue is the rudder of our ship
-  The truth is sometimes best left unsaid
-  The venom is in the tail
-  The voice is the best music
-  The weaker has the worse
-  The weapon of the brave is in his heart
-  The weeds overgrow the corn
-  The wife is the key of the house
-  The wind in one's face makes one wise
-  The wolf may lose his teeth, but never his nature
-  The workman is known by his work
-  The workman is worthy of his hire
-  The worst hog often gets the best pear
-  The worst pig often gets the best pear
-  There are as good fish in the sea as ever came out of it
-  There are lees to every wine
-  There are more foolish buyers than foolish sellers
-  There are none so blind as those who will not see
-  There are plenty more fish in the sea
-  There are tricks in every trade
-  There are two sides to every question
-  There comes nought out of the sack, but what was there
-  There is a catch to it
-  There is a crook in the lot of everyone
-  There is a Reaper, whose name is Death
-  There is a season for everything
-  There is a tide in the affairs of men
-  There is a time for all things
-  There is a time for everything
-  There is a time to speak and a time to be silent
-  There is always room at the top
-  There is luck in odd numbers
-  There is many a fair thing full false
-  There is many a good cock come out of a tattered bag
-  There is many a slip 'twixt the cup and the lip
-  There is more than one Jack at the fair
-  There is more than one way to skin a cat
-  There is no blindness like ignorance
-  There is no devil so bad as a she-devil
-  There is no disputing about tastes
-  There is no flying from fate
-  There is no fool like an old fool
-  There is no little enemy
-  There is no place like home
-  There is no rose without a thorn
-  There is no smoke without fire
-  There is no such a thing as a free lunch
-  There is no such thing as unforgivable sin
-  There is no such word as can't
-  There is no use crying over spilt milk
-  There is no virtue that poverty destroys not
-  There is nothing like plain food
-  There is nothing new under the sun
-  There is nothing permanent except change
-  There is one law for the rich, and another for the poor
-  There is reason in the roasting of eggs
-  There is safety in numbers
-  There is something in the wind
-  There is truth in wine
-  There the hedge is lowest, men leap over
-  There went but a pair of shears between them
-  There's none as deaf as those who will not hear
-  They are good that are away
-  They brag most who can do least
-  They love dancing well that dance among thorns
-  They that dance must pay the fiddler
-  Things are seldom what they seem
-  Things present are judged by things past
-  Think of the end before you begin
-  Those who make best use of their time have none to spare
-  Those who play at bowls must meet with rubbers
-  Those who play bowls must look out for rubbers
-  Those whom the gods love die young
-  Though you rise early, yet the day comes at his time, and not till then
-  Thought is free
-  Three removals are as bad as a fire
-  Through obedience learn to command
-  Throw no gift again at the giver's head
-  Throw out a sprat to catch a mackerel
-  Tide and time wait for no man
-  Time and tide wait for no one
-  Time brings all things to light
-  Time devours all things
-  Time is a great healer
-  Time is money
-  Time will tell!
-  Time works wonders
-  Time, devourer of all things
-  Time, that devours all things
-  Timely blossom, timely ripe
-  Times change and we with them
-  Times change and we with time
-  Times change, and we change with them
-  Tis a wicked world, and we make part of it
-  'tis no sin for a man to labour in his vocation
-  To a brave and faithul man, nothing is difficult
-  To a crafty man, a crafty and a half
-  To a good spender God is the treasurer
-  To ask pear of an elm tree
-  To carry fire in one hand and water in the other
-  To carry two faces under one hood
-  To carry water to Newcastle
-  To come to an arrangement is better than going to law
-  To come to an arrangement is better than to going law
-  To dead men and absent there are no friends left
-  To each his own
-  To each let it be given according to his deserts
-  To err is human
-  To err is human, to forgive, divine
-  To err is human, to persist is diabolical
-  To fall into sin is human, to remain in sin is devilish
-  To finish Aladdin's window
-  To him that has lost his taste, sweet is sour
-  To hold a candle to the devil
-  To kick a man when he is down
-  To make the best of a bad bargain
-  To put the cart before the horse
-  To put the cat among the pigeons
-  To refuse and to give tardily is all the same
-  To return home as wise as one went
-  To the brave and faithful man, nothing is difficult
-  To the hungry soul every bitter thing is sweet
-  To the pure, all things are pure
-  To throw straws against the wind
-  To throw the helve after the hatchet
-  To travel hopefully is a better thing than to arrive
-  To unstring the bow will not heal the wound
-  Today a man, tomorrow a mouse
-  Tomorrow is a new day
-  Tomorrow is another day
-  Tomorrow never comes
-  Too many cooks spoil the broth
-  Too much cunning undoes
-  Too much curiosity lost paradise
-  Too much honey cloys the stomach
-  Too much of ought is good for nought
-  Trade is the mother of money
-  Tradesmen live upon earth
-  Tradesmen live upon lack
-  Travel broadens the mind
-  Trim sails to the wind
-  Trouble brings experience, and experience brings wisdom
-  True happiness consists in making others happy
-  Trust is dead, ill payment killed it
-  Trust not a new friend nor an old enemy
-  Trust not a woman when she sweeps
-  Truth has a good face, but ragged clothes
-  Truth hurts
-  Truth is stranger than fiction
-  Truth is time's daughter
-  Truth lies at the bottom of a well
-  Truth will come to light
-  Truth will out
-  Truths and roses have thorns about them
-  Two blacks do not make a white
-  Two cats and a mouse, two wives in one house, two dogs and a bone, never agree in one
-  Two heads are better than one
-  Two in distress make sorrow less
-  Two is company, three is a crowd
-  Two of a trade can never agree
-  Two of a trade never agree
-  Two suns cannot shine in one sphere
-  Union is strength
-  United we stand, divided we fall
-  Unity is strength
-  Unseen, unrued
-  Use is a second nature
-  Use makes mastery
-  Variety is the spice of life
-  Vengeance does not spoil with keeping
-  Virtue is its own reward
-  Virtue is the only true nobility
-  Virtue never grows old
-  Walls have ears
-  War is sweet to them that know it not
-  War is sweet to those who have no experience of it
-  Wash your hands often, your feet seldom, and your head never
-  Waste not want not
-  Water drinkers bring forth nothing good
-  We don't know what the future has in store for us
-  We must not look for a golden life in an iron age
-  We must walk before we run
-  We soon believe what we desire
-  Well begun is half done
-  Well done is better than well said
-  Well goes the case when wisdom counsels
-  What can you expect from a pig but a grunt?
-  What can't be cured must be endured
-  What cannot be cured must be endured
-  What chances to one man may happen to all men
-  What children hear at home, soon flies abroad
-  What goes around, comes around
-  What is bred in the bone comes out in the flesh
-  What is done can't be undone
-  What is everybody's business is nobody's business
-  What is new cannot be true
-  What is new is not true; and what is true is not new
-  What is sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander
-  What is sweet in the mouth is often bitter in the stomach
-  What man has done, man may do
-  What must be must be
-  What you don't know can't hurt you
-  What you lose on the swings you gain on the roundabouts
-  What's bred in the bone will come out in the flesh
-  Whatever man has done, man may do
-  When a man grows angry, his reason rides off
-  When a man grows angry, his reason rides out
-  When a new book is published, read an old one
-  When a thing is done, advice comes too late
-  When all men say you are an ass, it is time to bray
-  When angry, count a hundred
-  When fortune smiles, embrace her
-  When friends meet, hearts warm
-  When good cheer is lacking, friends will be packing
-  When Heaven appoints, man must obey
-  When in doubt do nothing
-  When in doubt, don't
-  When in Rome do as Romans do
-  When in Rome do as the Romans do
-  When it thunders, the thief becomes honest
-  When love puts in, friendship is gone
-  When meat is in, anger is out
-  When one door closes, another opens
-  When one door shuts, another opens
-  When poverty comes in at the door, love flies out of the window
-  When the apple is ripe, it will fall
-  When the cat is away, the mice will play
-  When the fox preaches, then beware your geese
-  When the going gets tough, the tough gets going
-  When the heart is a fire, some sparks will fly out of the mouth
-  When the heart is full of lust, the mouth is full of leasings
-  When there is a will, there is a way
-  When three people know, the whole world knows
-  When you are an anvil hold you still, when you are a hammer strike your fill
-  When you enter in a house, leave anger at the door
-  When you enter into a house, leave anger ever at the door
-  Where bad is the best, bad must be the choice
-  Where bad is the best, naught must be the choice
-  Where bees are, there will be honey
-  Where every man is master, the world goes to wreck
-  Where it is well with me, there is my country
-  Where the goat is tied she must browse
-  Where the water is shallow, no vessel will ride
-  Where there is life, there is hope
-  Where there is love there is no darkness
-  Where there is smoke, there is fire
-  Wheresoever you see your kindred make much of your friends
-  While the cat is away, the mice will play
-  While the grass grows, the steer starves
-  While you live, tell truth and shame the Devil!
-  Who drives fat oxen should himself be fat
-  Who fears to suffer, suffers from fear
-  Who gives to all, denies all
-  Who has land, has war
-  Who has lived a good life has a good death
-  Who has not understanding, let him have legs
-  Who invited you to the roast?
-  Who is a cuckold and conceals it carries coals in his bosom
-  Who is worse shod than the shoemaker's wife?
-  Who keeps company with a wolf will learn to howl
-  Who keeps company with the wolf will learn to howl
-  Who keeps company with wolves will learn to howl
-  Who learns young, forgets not when he is old
-  Who spits against the wind, spits in his own face
-  Who swims in sin shall sink in sorrow
-  Who trust to rotten boughs may fall
-  Who wills the end, wills the means
-  Wiles help weak people
-  Win some, lose some
-  Wine is a turncoat
-  Wine is old men's milk
-  Winking at sin leads to sorrow
-  Wishes never can fill a sack
-  Women always manage to obtain what they want
-  Women are as wavering as the wind
-  Women change as often as the wind
-  Women laugh when they can and weep when they will
-  Women will have their will
-  Wonder is the daughter of ignorance
-  Wonders will never cease
-  Words are but wind, but blows unkind
-  Words bind men
-  Words fly away, writings remain
-  Work expands to fill the time available for its completion
-  Worth of a thing is what it will bring
-  Wrong never comes right
-  Years know more than books
-  You can catch more flies with honey than with vinegar
-  You can have too much of a good thing
-  You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make it drink
-  You can never have too much of a good thing
-  You can never scare a dog away from a greasy hide
-  You can't get too much of a good thing
-  You can't have it both ways
-  You can't have the best of both worlds
-  You can't have two faces under one hat
-  You can't have your cake and eat it
-  You can't judge a book by its cover
-  You can't judge a dog by its bark
-  You can't know the wine by the barrel
-  You can't live on love alone
-  You can't make a silk purse out of a sow's ear
-  You can't make an omelette without breaking eggs
-  You can't make bricks without straws
-  You can't please everyone
-  You can't put a quart into a pint pot
-  You can't serve both God and Mammon
-  You can't teach an old dog new tricks
-  You can't teach Granny to suck eggs
-  You can't tell a book by its cover
-  You can't win them all
-  You cannot burn the candle at both ends
-  You cannot catch old birds with chaff
-  You cannot get blood out of a stone
-  You cannot lose what you never had
-  You cannot make a crab walk straight
-  You cannot make a silk purse out of a sow's ear
-  You cannot make chicken salad out of chicken shit
-  You cannot make people honest by act of Parliament
-  You cannot please everyone
-  You cannot serve God and Mammon
-  You could walk out of the house, but you always returned home
-  You have got to be cruel to be kind
-  You have to take the rough with the smooth
-  You live and learn
-  You must do as others do
-  You must not make fish of one and flesh of the other
-  You must not put the cart before the horse
-  You must take allowance for youth
-  You never can tell
-  You never know what you can do till you try
-  You never miss the water till the well runs dry
-  You reap what you sow
-  You scratch my back and I will scratch yours
-  You should not go by appearances
-  Young folks think old folks to be fools, but old folks know young folks to be fools
-  Young men may die, but old men must die
-  Young men may die, old men must
-  Young prodigal in a coach will be an old beggar barefoot
-  Young wood makes a hot fire
-  Youth is wasted on the young
-  Youth will have its fling



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