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Again and again I beg and pray of you to live merrily: should aught distress you, dismiss it from your minds.

Aim at a certain issue.

Alas for those that get the worst of it!

Alas! how much smaller a thing it is to be with others, than to remember thee!

Alas! I suffer from self-inflicted wounds!

Alexander the Great was but of small stature.

All are not harpers, who hold the harp.

All claim kindred with the prosperous.

All clouds are not rain clouds.

All flute-players are mad; when once they begin to blow, away goes reason.

All for one and one for all.

All is in vain unless Providence is with us.

All is not false which is publicly reported.

All lay load on the willing horse.

All men grieve, and if you ask them the reason why, they cannot tell it.

All power is impatient of a partner.

All that meal comes not from your own sack.

All the hours wound you, the last one kills. [Vulnerant omnia, ultima necat.]

All things are cause for either laughter or weeping.

All things are easy that are done willingly.

All things are not good for all.

All things are possible with God.

All things come not to pass which the mind has conceived.

All things come to those who wait.

Among the blind a one-eyed man is a king.