You may know a man by the company he keeps
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Words hurt more than swords
God helps three sorts of people: fools, children and drunkards
He that followeth Nature is never out of his way
There is honor among thieves.
He's a hard dog to keep on the porch
Good men must die, but death cannot kill their names.
Imagination gallops; judgment merely walks
The prayers of the wicked won't prevail.
A guilty conscience needs no accuser
A rat is not born a rabbit
Faith will move mountains
He that rewards flattery, begs it
The more you know, the less you understand
A merchants happiness hangs upon chance, winds, and waves
Speak the truth, but leave immediately after.
A client twixt his attorney and counselor is like a goose twixt two foxes
Beauty is only skin-deep.
No one ever kicks a dead dog
Once I saw a chimpanzee gaze at a particularly beautiful sunset for a full 15...
A good dog does not block the road