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It is the part of a good shepherd to shear his flock, not to skin it.

It is the perfection of art when no trace of the artist appears.

It is the season not the soil that brings the crop.

It is the tree that gives its nature to the fruit.

It is the very backbone of wisdom not to trust too hastily.

It is thou must honour the place, not the place thee.

It is ungentlemanly to lie; truthfulness becomes the gentleman.

It is unlucky to marry in May.

It is vain to do that by a multitude which a few can accomplish.

It is well to buy oil as well as salt. [Different remedies should be at hand when required.]

It matters little whether we are the slaves of circumstance, or of man.

It may be said that noisy barrels are easier to carry.

It rings, it is empty.

It rolled like water off a duck's back.

It would be clear enough even to a blind man.

It would make a man scratch where it doth not itch, To see a man live poor to die rich.

It would puzzle even Apollo to understand it.

It's a well-known fact, dirt stinks more when stirred.

It's all grist to the mill.

It's an ill plan that cannot be changed.

It's an ill wind that blows no one any good.

It's an ill wind that blows nobody any good.

Jackdaw always perches by jackdaw.

Jokes, which carry injury with them, are never agreeable.

Joking must have its proper limit.