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Full feasting breeds ferocity.

Full of courtesy, full of craft.

Gather flowers while the morning sun lasts.

Gather thistles, expect prickles.

Gently but firmly.

Gently, not by force.

Give a helping hand to a man in trouble.

Give ear and weigh the matter well.

Give ear to that man who has four ears.

Give to each man that which is his due.

Give way to him with whom you contend; by doing so you will gain the victory.

Give wine to them that are in sorrow.

Glory is the shadow of virtue.

God sends enough to all.

God sends meat, but the Devil sends cooks.

God will be present, whether asked or not.

Gold is proved by fire.

Good debts become bad unless called in.

Good luck lasts not for ever.

Govern your passions, or they will govern you.

Great discomfort arises from too hearty a supper: if you would enjoy a tranquil sleep let your supper be a light one.

Great fish feed on the lesser.

Grieve not for that which is irreparably lost.

Grieving for misfortunes is adding gall to wormwood.

Grind with every wind.