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It is easier to raise the Devil than to lay him.

It is easier to run from virtue to vice, than from vice to virtue.

It is easier to win good luck than to retain it.

It is easy to set a cask a rolling. [To influence a fool.]

It is inexcusable to have remained long away, and return empty-handed.

It is more difficult to bridle the tongue than to conquer an army.

It is more wicked to love a sin than to commit one.

It is never too late to ask what time it is.

It is never too late to learn.

It is never too late to mend.

It is no advantage for a man in fever to change his bed.

It is no business of mine; may it go to the devil!

It is not allowed in war to blunder twice.

It is not at the altar that we should consider the course we would take.

It is not becoming to play the fox, or to play up on both sides.

It is not easy suddenly to cast aside a fancy long indulged in.

It is often better to go by a circuitous than by a direct path.

It is one thing to boast, another to fight.

It is safer to irritate a dog than an old woman.

It is sheer folly to expect justice from the unprincipled.

It is soon known which trees will bear fruit. [A natural bent for good or evil is easily perceptible in youth.]

It is sweet and meritorious to die for one's country.

It is the duty of a good sportsman to kill game freely, but not kill all.

It is the duty of friends mutually to correct each other.

It is the essence of good taste to do that which is consistent with our position.