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61. Let us wait to see the conclusion.
62. It is a pity, he is good for nothing.
63. To make free will public property.
64. Hungry dog is an angry dog.
65. To bring a calamity by one’s own imprudence.
66. Hunger is the best sauce.
67. Nobody listens to the advice of an ordinary man, however good it may prove in the long run.
68. Labour of love.
69. You must not see things with half an eye.
70. There are lees to every wine.
71. The pot calls the kettle black.
72. Like dog, like hammer.
73. Try your best, and you will win.
74. To see sparks before the eyes.
75. Out of sight, out of mind.
76. He runs with the hare and hunts with the sounds.
77. The devil would not listen to the scriptures.
78. To rob the robber.
79. Give him an inch and he will take an ell.
80. To build castles in the air.
81. Don’t nag me and leave me in peace.
82. The sheep return to the flock.
83. To teach the guilty a lesson by railing at the innocent.
84. Riches have wings.
85. Money begets money.
86. Habit is the second nature.
87. Two heads are better than one many a little makes a mickle.
88. Waste not, want not.
89. To make sure something without risking anything.
90. To be careless to make his mark, others are moving.

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