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OLD LATIN SAYING

A man devoid of religion, is like a horse without a bridle.
      - [Religion]

A sound conscience is a brazen wall of defense.
      - [Conscience]

Evil thoughts intrude in an unemployed mind, as naturally as worms are generated in a stagnant pool.
  [Lat., Sicut in stagno generantur vermes, sic et otioso malae cogitationes.]
      - possibly by Seneca [Idleness]

If you always live with those who are lame, you will yourself learn to limp.
      - [Associates]

It is the greatest possible praise to be praised by a man who is himself deserving of praise.
      - [Praise]

Probity is true honor.
      - [Honor]

The master's eye makes the horse fat.
      - [Vigilance]

Witticisms never are agreeable, which are injurious to others.
      - [Wit]


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