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Death, Debt and Deceit : Proverbs
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Death keeps no calendar.
Death is the end of all.
Death surprises us in the midst of our hopes.
Death defies the doctor.
The first breath is the beginning of death.
Death is sure to all.
Dead men don't bite.
The end maketh a good death.
Never speak ill of the dead.
We shall lie all alike in our graves.
A man can die but once.
A sudden death is the best.
All death is sudden to the unprepared.
Death does not blow a trumpet.
Death pays all debt.
Death rather frees us of ill than robs us of our good.
Death will hear of no excuse.
Death spares neither pope nor beggar.
Debt is the worst poverty.
Debt is a great cobweb.
Borrowing is sorrowing.
Once in debt, always in debt.
Neither a borrower nor a lender be.
Debtors are liars.
Deceivers have full mouths and empty hands.
Who thinks to deceive god has already deceived himself.
He that once deceives is ever suspected.
Trust is the mother of deceit.
Deceiving those that trust us is more than a sin.
To deceive a deceiver is no deceit.
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