trust not a horse’s heel nor a dog’s tooth

Aphorism #837.
“trust not a horse’s heel nor a dog’s tooth”
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true love is giving not taking
truth is stranger than fiction
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what must be must be

Aphorism #869.
“what must be must be”
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what may be done at anytime is done at no time
what soberness conceals, drunkenness reveals
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who makes himself a sheep will be eaten by the wolves

Aphorism #901.
“who makes himself a sheep will be eaten by the wolves”
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who keeps company with the wolf will learn to how
who repairs not his gutters repairs his whole house
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a good conscience is a soft pillow

Aphorism #31.
“a good conscience is a soft pillow”
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a good beginning makes good ending
a good example is the best sermon
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a sunday saint

Aphorism #63.
“a sunday saint”
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a stumble may prevent a fall
a swallow does not make the summer
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all shall be well, jack shall have jill

Aphorism #95.
“all shall be well, jack shall have jill”
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all roads lead to rome
all that glitters is not gold
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as fire is kindled by bellows, so as anger is by words

Aphorism #127.
“as fire is kindled by bellows, so as anger is by words”
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art is long, life is short
as is the workman, as is the work
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better lose the saddle than the horse

Aphorism #160.
“better lose the saddle than the horse”
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better late than never
better master one than engaged with ten
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clothes don’t make the man

Aphorism #192.
“clothes don’t make the man”
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clear moon, frost soon
clothes don’t make the man
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do not triumph before the victory

Aphorism #224.
“do not triumph before the victory”
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do in rome as the romans do
dog does not eat dog
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