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You may know a lion by his claw.

You must howl with wolves if you wish to be one of their herd.

You must rave with the insane, unless you would be left alone.

You reap the crop of another.

You reap what you sow.

You sail in the same boat. [You are in the same danger.]

You seek for fruit in the garden of Tantalus.

You seek water from a stone.

You seek wool from a donkey!

You should eat plentifully of the flesh of the turtle or not at all.

You should know a man seven years before you stir his fire.

You should only believe half of what you see, and none of which you hear.

You talk to a deaf man.

You talk to a wall!

You teach the dolphin to swim!

You trust the guard to a naked or unarmed man.

You use a lantern at noonday.

You war against heaven.

You will learn by teaching.

You will mix what is sacred with what is profane.

You will wear the ivy wreath, the victor's meed.

You win a few, you lose a few.

You would frighten a lion with a mask!

You would weave a rope of sand.