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Married life without children is as the day deprived of the sun's rays.

Marry a person in your own rank in life.

Men are bound by words, bulls' horns by ropes.

Men in office must work hard.

Men learn oratory by practice. [Practice in speaking makes us eloquent.]

Men see more of the business of others than of their own.

Men who have no religion, no honour.

Men worship the rising, not the setting sun.

Mere intentions are not to be esteemed as actions.

Merit consists in action.

Merit is often belied by the countenance.

Mettle is dangerous in a blind horse.

Mice care not to play with kittens.

Midway between the earth and the starry Olympus. [In a quandary. In a fix.]

Mirth must be indulged in to prepare the mind for more serious matters.

Misfortunes make friends.

Misfortunes make happiness more sweet when it comes.

Misfortunes make strange bedfellows.

Mistakes are to be pardoned.

Moderate measures succeed best.

Moderation in all things.

Monday's child is fair of face, Tuesday's child is full of grace, Wednesday's child is full of woe. Thursday's child has far to go, Friday's child is loving and giving, Saturday's child works hard for its living, And a child that's born of the Sabbath day Is fair and wise and good and gay.

Money, like a queen, gives rank and beauty.

More blind than the cast-off skin of a serpent.

More cost, more worship.