Latin Proverbs >>
(About Pleasure, Value)
We learn the value of things more in their loss than in their enjoyment.
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Ill weeds grows apace.
Let the buyer beware.
Indulge not in boisterous mirth.
Fortune wearies with carrying one and the same man always.
You reap the crop of another.
You keep making that face and it'll stay that way.
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