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The clown waits for the river to run itself dry. [Crossing Cheapside.]

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The covetous are always in want.

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The drunkard is convicted by his praises of wine.

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The ears that gape after secrets retain not faithfully what is entrusted to them.

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The explanation avails nothing, which in leading us from one difficulty involves us in another.

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The faults of his adored escape the notice of the blind admirer.

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The fellow is either a madman or a poet.

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The gods have given you wealth and the means of enjoying it.

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The good refrain from sin from the pure love of virtue.

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The higher the tower, the greater the fall thereof.

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The hour of happiness which comes unexpectedly is the happiest.

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The jackdaw, stript of her stolen colours, provokes our laughter.

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The lofty pine is most easily brought low by the force of the wind, and the higher the tower the greater the fall thereof.

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The miser is ever in want.

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The mob may hiss me, but I congratulate myself while I contemplate my treasures in their hoard.

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The mob will now and then see things in a right light.

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The mountains are in labour, the birth will be an absurd little mouse.

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The ox longs for the gaudy trappings of the horse; the lazy pack-horse would fain plough. [We envy the position of others, dissatisfied with our own.]

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The question is yet before the court.

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The sad dislike those who are cheerful, and the cheerful dislike the melancholy.

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The snow has at last melted, the fields regain their herbage, and the trees their leaves.

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The tendency of humanity is towards the forbidden.

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The whole race of scribblers flies from the town and yearns for country life.

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There are words and accents by which this grief can be assuaged, and the disease in a great measure removed.

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There is a medium in all things. There are certain limits beyond, or within which, that which is right cannot exist.

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