The bust of Mercury cannot be carved in every wood.
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A carpenter is known by his chips.
It is cruel to refer to those things which cause sorrow.
He who endures with patience is a conqueror.
It flies gently, but wounds deeply. [Slander.]
To whom is he any good, if he is no good to himself?
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