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That which is good for the back is bad for the head.

That which is his lot to-day may be yours to-morrow.

That which is not understood is always marvellous.

That which is sweet to some is bitter to others.

That which is violent never lasts long.

That which is wanting in some respects, may be made up for in others.

That which satisfies is enough.

That which should feed our children ought not to be given to dogs.

That which was bitter to endure may be sweet to remember.

That which we obtain too easily, we esteem too lightly.

That which we really require not is dear at a farthing.

The absent one will not be the heir.

The act itself does not constitute a crime, unless the intent be criminal.

The antidote before the poison. [To offer excuses before an accusation.]

The assistance of fools only brings injury.

The autumn of beauty is still beautiful.

The avenging gods have their feet clothed in wool.

The axe forgets what the tree remembers.

The bad refrain from sin from fear of punishment.

The bear wants a tail and cannot be a lion.

The bear, he never can prevail To lion it for want of tail.

The beginning is half of the whole.

The best things are the first to perish.

The best things come in small packages.

The best things in life are free.