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The best throw of the dice is to throw them away.

The bitch in her haste brings forth blind puppies.

The blind man wishes to show the way.

The blind would lead the blind.

The blossoms in the spring are the fruit in autumn.

The blow falls more lightly when it is anticipated.

The bones for those who come late!

The brave man may die, but he will never say "die."

The bust of Mercury cannot be carved in every wood.

The bust of Mercury cannot be cut from every wood.

The carriage draws the ox.

The carrion which the eagle has left feeds the crow.

The cause at an end, the effect is removed.

The challenger is beaten.

The chamber of sickness is the chapel of devotion.

The cobbler should not go beyond his last. [Meddle not in things which you do not understand.]

The cobbler to his last and the gunner to his linstock.

The conquered dare not open their mouths.

The conqueror weeps, the conquered is ruined. [Both sides suffer in war or litigation.]

The corruption of the best things makes the worst.

The counsel of the aged is sound.

The course of a river is not to be altered. [We cannot alter a natural bent.]

The course of true love never did run smooth.

The cowl does not make the monk.

The crab would catch the hare!