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The intemperate die young, and rarely en joy old age.

The knowledge of sin is the beginning of salvation.

The laborer is worthy of his hire.

The labour is in itself a pleasure.

The laughter, the tears, and the song of a woman are equally deceptive.

The law of requital of injury by injury.

The madness of one makes many mad.

The magpie is competing with the nightingale!

The means were wanting, not the will.

The memory of a benefit vanisheth, but the remembrance of an injury sticketh fast in the heart.

The memory of happiness makes misery woeful.

The mice have taken themselves off.

The mill cannot grind with the water that is past.

The miller sees not every wave that flows.

The mind is best taught with a sharp whip.

The mind when unoccupied knows not what it wants.

The misfortune of the foolish is a warning to the wise.

The misfortunes to which we are accustomed affect us less deeply.

The more they have, the more they want.

The more we have, the more we want.

The more you give in, the more you have to give in.

The most pleasant cruise is near the land; the most inviting walk near the sea.

The mouse is caught in the trap.

The names of fools are always written on walls.

The old cask tastes of what the new cask held.