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Title: Proverb and Citation Interpretation


1
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  • Proverb and Citation Interpretation

2
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  • Proverb refers to a short, well-known pithy
    saying, stating a general truth or piece of
    advice.
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  • Man proposes, God disposes.
  • The Tongue cuts the throat.
  • Great minds think alike.
  • Hedges have eyes, walls have ears
  • Like father, like son.
  • Fish in troubled water.
  • The style is the man.
  • Out of office, out of danger.
  • Out of sight, out of mind.

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  • The remembrance of the past is the teacher of the
    future./ Past experience, if not forgotten, is a
    guide for the future.
  • Misfortunes never come alone.
  • Failure is the mother of success.
  • Business is business.
  • Facts speak louder than words.

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  • There is no smoke without fire.
  • The same knife cuts bread and fingers.
  • There are plenty of fish in the sea.
  • Gifts blind the eyes.
  • Diamond cut diamond.
  • Speak of the devil and he will appear.
  • Dont bite the hand that feeds you.

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  • A sparrow cannot understand the ambition of a
    swan.
  • Have a card up ones sleeve.
  • A straight foot is not afraid of a crooked shoe.
  • Kill two birds with one stone.
  • Put the cart before the horse.
  • Beat the dog before the lion.
  • Teach fish to swim
  • Cast pearls before swine.

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  • A horse stumbles that has four legs.
  • What we lose in hake (???)we shall have in
    herring(??).
  • Save your breath to cool your porridge.
  • The shepherd would rather lose the wool than the
    sheep.
  • A hedge between keeps friendship green.

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  • Everybodys business is nobodys business.
  • Misfortune might be a blessing in disguise.
  • Many kiss the baby for the nurses sake.
  • Dont count the chicken before they are hatched.
  • The moon is not seen when the sun shines.
  • A watched pot never boils.
  • All your swans are geese.
  • The intention is too obvious to conceal.
  • Justice has long arms.
  • The pot calls the kettle black.

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  • Man is the most valuable among all the things
    that heaven fosters.
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  • The passage of time is just like the flow of
    water, which goes on day and night.

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  • The people are the most important element in a
    state, next are the Gods of land and grain least
    is the ruler himself.
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  • All living creatures grow together without
    harming one another ways run parallel without
    interfering with one another.

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  • Distance cannot separate true friends who feel so
    close even when they are thousands of miles
    apart.
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  • If two people are of the same mind, their
    sharpness can cut through metal.

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  • A good citizen in one community will befriend the
    other citizens of the community a good citizen
    of the world will befriend the other citizens of
    the world.
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  • A bosom friend afar brings distance near.

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  • If you carve without a break, even metal and
    stone can be engraved.
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  • A public spirit will rule all under the heaven
    when the great way prevails.
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  • As Heavens movement is ever vigorous, so must a
    gentleman ceaselessly strive along as the
    Earths capacity is to hold, so must a gentleman
    constantly cultivate virtue in himself to
    shoulder the world.

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  • Opportunities vouchsafed by Heaven are outmatched
    by terrestrial advantages, which in turn are
    outmatched by the harmony among people.
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  • It is a true great man whom no money and rank can
    confuse, no poverty and hardship can shake, and
    no power and force can suffocate/subdue.

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  • One can never be aware of the height of the sky
    or the depth of the earth, if he does not climb
    up a high mountain or look down into a deep
    abyss.
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  • A huge tree that fills ones arm grows from a
    tiny seedling a nine-storied tower rises from a
    heap of earth a thousand li journey starts with
    the first step.

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  • A long dike will collapse because of an ant-hole
    in it a tall building will be burned down
    because of a spark from a chimneys chink.
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  • Among any three men walking, I will find
    something to learn for sure. Their good qualities
    are to be followed, and their shortcomings are to
    be avoided.

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  • There is never an end to learning. The dye
    extracted from the indigo is bluer than the
    plant, so is the ice colder than the water. By
    broadly learning and constantly examining himself
    everyday, the gentleman sharpens his awareness
    and makes fewer mistakes.

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  • Knowing of his deficiency stimulates him into
    self-examination the discovery of his confusion
    leads him to self-improving. Hence, teaching and
    learning promote each other.

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  • The way ahead is long and has no ending yet high
    and low Ill search with my will unbending.
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  • Learning without thinking leads to confusion
    thinking without learning ends in danger.
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  • We widen our views three hundred miles by
    ascending one flight of stairs.
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  • It is such a delight to have friends coming from
    afar.
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