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By a brave endurance of unavoidable evils, we conquer them.

By doing nothing men learn to do evil.

By fair means or foul.

By good means or bad.

By good nature and kindness even fierce spirits become tractable.

By hook or by crook.

By hook or crook.

By ignorance we mistake, and by mistakes we learn.

By learning you will teach; by teaching you will learn.

By much laughter you detect the fool.

By perseverance the Greeks reached Troy.

By pleasing, while we instruct.

By repeated blows even the oak is felled.

By speedy, not by slow measures.

By submitting to an old insult you invite a new one.

By suppers more have been killed than Galen ever cured.

By the familiarity of the master the servant is spoilt.

By the hands of many a great work is made light.

By what servant is his master better loved than by his dog?

By writing you learn to write.

Calumniate strongly and some of it will stick.

Candour breeds hatred.

Carthage must be destroyed! [Our greatest enemy must be subdued.]

Catch the opportunity.

Catching's before hanging.