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Strike when the iron is hot.

Study invites study, idleness produces idleness.

Stupid is as stupid does.

Submission to one wrong brings on another.

Submit to the rule you have yourself laid down.

Subtlety set a trap and caught itself.

Success alters our manners.

Success leads to insolence.

Success makes a fool seem wise.

Success or ruin.

Summer will not last for ever.

Take counsel of your pillow.

Take not the antidote before the poison.

Talent and poverty, wealth and stupidity generally dwell together.

Talk of the devil and he'll appear.

Taught in the same school.

Teach an eagle to fly, a dolphin to swim.

Test the danger by the Carians. [Practise new experiments on things of little value.]

Thank 'ee for nothing.

That country will I call mine which supports me, not that which gave me birth.

That is with difficulty preserved which all hanker after.

That which I receive, that I return.

That which is beyond our reach is nothing to us.

That which is deferred is not abandoned.

That which is despised is often most useful.