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Quotes from letter T

Take care of the minutes and the hours will take care of themselves. - Phillip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of Chesterfield, (1694-1773)
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Take it straight from the horse's mouth. - Francis Iles (1893-1970)
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Take life as it comes. – unknown
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Take the bull by the horns. - North American Saying
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Tap even a stone bridge before crossing it. - Korean (on vigilance)

Tell me what you are conceited about, and I'll tell you what you lack. - Argentinian saying, thanks to Diego Paternostro for the translation.
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Tell me whom you love and I'll tell you who you are.- African-American (on life and living)
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Temper justice with mercy. - John Milton (1608-1674)
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Teeth placed before the tongue give good advice. - Italian (on advice)
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Thanks cost nothing. - Creole (on gratitude)
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The afternoon knows what the morning never expected. - Swedish (on basic truths)
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The anger of the prudent never shows. - Burmese (on anger)
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The apple doesn't fall far from the tree. - Asian Proverb
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The arrogance of age must submit to be taught by youth. - Edmund Burke (1729-1797)
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The bad plowman quarrels with his ox. - Korean (on criticism)
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The best candle is understanding.- Welsh (on knowledge and ignorance)
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The best cure for a short temper is a long walk. – unknown
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The best mirror is an old friend. - George Herbert (1593-1632)
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The best sauce in the world is hunger. - Miguel de Cervantes (1547-1616)
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The best thing a man can do for his kids is to love their mother. - Seen on a billboard outside the Bread of Life Church in Fitchburg, MA - Editor's note: and vice versa

The best thing about telling the truth is...you don't have to remember what you said! - unknown, thanks to Georgie Bee
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The best things in life are free. - B.G. DeSilva (1927)
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The best way to keep good acts in memory is to repeat them. - Cato (234-149 BC)
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The best way to predict the future is to create it. - unknown; thanks to rapstar.com
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The bigger they are, the harder they fall. – unknown
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The blind person is not afraid of ghosts. - Burmese (on courage and fear)
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The blocks of wood should not dictate to the carver. - Maori (on art and creativity)
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The brave person regards dying as going home. - Chinese (on courage and fear)
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The buyer needs a hundred eyes, the seller but one. - George Herbert (1593-1633)
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The calm before the storm. – unknown
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The cat would eat fish but would not get her feet wet. - Chaucer (c.1343-1400)
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The chief object of education is not to learn things but to unlearn things. - G.K. Chesterton
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The company makes the feast. - J. Warton (1653)
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The complete fool is half prophet. - Yiddish (on foolishness)(Meaning: even a fool is right half the time)
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The contented person can never be ruined. - Chinese (on conscience)
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The continuous drip polishes the stone.- Peruvian (on patience)
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The covetous person is always in want. - Irish (on greed)
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The crab that walks too far falls into the pot. - Haitian (on caution and care)
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The cream always rises to the top. – unknown
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The creditor hath a better memory than the debtor. – unknown
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The crow may be caged but his thoughts are in the cornfield. - Belizean (on temptation)
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The customer is always right. - Barry Pain (1864-1928)
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The darkest hours are just before dawn. - English Proverb
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The day has eyes; the night has ears.- Scottish (on nature)
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The day you decide to do it, is your lucky day.- Japanese (on luck)
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The deceitful have no friends.- Hindi (Asian Indian) (on justice)
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The devil catches most souls in a golden net. - German (on temptation)
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The devil dances in empty pockets. - Tudor (English)(on wealth and poverty)
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The devil finds work for idle hands. - St. Jerome (345-420)
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The devil looks after his own. - Scottish Proverb
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The devil tempts but doesn't force. – Guyanan
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The devil wipes his breech with poor folks' pride. - Ben Franklin (1706-1790)
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The difference between a pig and a hog is the lean in his meat. – unknown
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The die is cast. - Julius Caesar (thanks to Marvin Wakefield, a descendant of Noah Webster)
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The discontented man finds no easy chair. - Ben Franklin (1706-1790)
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The doors of wisdom are never shut. - Ben Franklin (1706-1790)
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The drum makes a great fuss because it is empty. - Trinidadian (on vanity and arrogance)
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The eagle does not catch flies. - Latin (on character and virtue)
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The eagle was killed with an arrow made with its own feathers.- Armenian (on paradox)
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The early bird catches the worm. - William Camden (1551-1623)
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The early bird gets the worm; the second mouse gets the cheese. – unknown
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The earth has music for those who listen. - unknown, thankyou to Guy Archer
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The easiest way to double your money is to fold it in half and put it in your pocket. - unknown, courtesy of T. Ghataurhae of England
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The end doesn't justify the means. - Ovid (c.43 BC-AD 18)
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The end of one thing is only the beginning of another. – unknown
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The errors of a wise man make your rule rather than the perfections of a fool. - William Blake (1757-1827)
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The Excellency of hogs is -- fatness; of men-- virtue. - Ben Franklin (1706-1790)
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The eyes are the windows of the soul. - Thomas Phaer (c.1510-1560)
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The fall of a leaf is a whisper to the living.- Danish (on life and living)
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The fat is in the fire. - John Heywood (c.1497-1580)
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The fly on the water buffalo's back thinks he is taller than the water buffalo. - Tagalog (Filipino)(on vanity and
arrogance)
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The fool is thirsty in the midst of water. - Ethiopian (on foolishness)
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The fool never undertakes little. - Czech (on foolishness)
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The frog enjoys itself in water but not in hot water. - African proverb Wolof Tribe
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The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams. - Eleanor Roosevelt
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The good will of the governed will be starved if not fed by the good deeds of the governors. - Ben Franklin (1706-1790)
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The grand instructor, time. - Edmund Burke (1729-1797)
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The grass is always greener in someone else's yard. – unknown
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The greatest remedy for anger is delay. – unknown
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The half is better than the whole. - Hesiod (c.720 BC)
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The hand that rocks the cradle, rules the world. - William Ross Wallace (1819-1881)
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The hardest person to awaken is the person already awake. - Tagalog (Filipino)(on vigilance)
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The heart at rest sees a feast in everything. - Hindu (Asian Indian) (on attitude)
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The hero appears only after the tiger is dead. - Burmese (on cynicism)
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The higher the monkey climbs, the more he shows his tail. - John Wycliffe (c.1320-1384) alternate source:Belizean (on leadership)
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The higher you climb, the heavier you fall. - Vietnamese (on pride)
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The honey is sweet but the bee has a sting. - Ben Franklin (1706-1790)
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The house of the loud talker, leaks. - African proverb Zulu Tribe
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The human tongue is more poisonous than a bee's sting. - Vietnamese (on criticism)
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The laborer is worth his wage. - Bible (Luke 10:7)
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The lazy person must work twice.- Latin American (on idleness)
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The leopard does not change his spots. - William Shakespeare (1564-1616)
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The lion believes that everyone shares his state of mind. - Mexican (on differences)
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The longest journey begins with the first step. – unknown
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The love of liberty is the love of others; the love of power is the love of ourselves. - William Hazlitt (1778-1830)
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The love of money is the root of all evil – Bible
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The man who makes no mistakes does not usually make anything. - Edward John Phelps (1822-1900)
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The master of the people is their servant.- Yemeni (on leadership)

The memories of youth make for long, long thoughts. - Lapp (on youth and age)
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The miller sees not all the water that flows by his mill. - Robert Burton (1577-1640)
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The mind is willing, but the flesh is weak. – Bible
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The more the merrier. - John Heywood (c.1497-1580)
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The more things change, the more they stay the same. - Alphonse Karr (1808-1890)
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