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The gods assist the industrious.

The gods sell all things for labour.

The gods send nuts to those who have no teeth.

The good fortunes of life fall to the lot even of the base.

The good is the enemy of the best.

The goodwill accompanying the gift is the best portion of it.

The grape is not ripened by the rays of the moon.

The grasshopper is dear to the grasshopper, the ant loves the ant.

The great elephant of India cares not for a gnat.

The greater the fool, the greater his insolence.

The greatest consideration is due to the innocence of youth.

The habits of our youth accompany us in our old age.

The half is better than the whole.

The hand often travels to the part where the pain is.

The hand that gives gathers.

The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world.

The happier the time, the more quickly it passes.

The harp dispels care.

The hatred of knaves is to be preferred to their company.

The hedge is trodden down where it seems to lean. [Vis., at its weakest point.]

The highest seat will not hold more than one.

The highest spoke in fortune's wheel may soon turn lowest.

The highest tree hath the greatest fall.

The hindmost dog may catch the hare.

The hour is passing.