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If your conduct be noble, you will be a king.

Ignorance is not privileged by titular degrees.

Ill weeds grows apace.

Ill words are bellows to a slackening fire.

Ill-doers, ill-deemers.

Imitate the snail in deliberation, the bird in execution.

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.

Immortal glory waits on talent.

Impatience does not diminish but augments the evil.

In avoiding Charybdis, he falls into Scylla.

In avoiding that which is evil I have found that which is good.

In chatter a river, in understanding but a single drop.

In courtship a man pursues a woman until she catches him.

In every pomegranate a decayed pip is to be found.

In flying from one enemy you encounter another.

In forming new friendships, forget not old friends.

In misfortune we need help, not lamentation.

In prosperity look out for squalls.

In the great sea fish is always to be caught. [There is a greater chance for enterprise in a large place.]

In the midst of our mirth some annoyance always arises to vex us.

In the snare laid for others is your foot taken.

In the very act of committing an offence. [Taken red handed.]

In time of prosperity consider how you will bear adversity.

In time of prosperity, friends will be plenty, In time of adversity, not one amongst twenty.

In time of sickness man is ever on his best behaviour.