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1.

A good name is sooner lost than won.

  What has happened once is likely to happen again.

  A reputation takes long to build, but can be quickly destroyed.

  The path of truth is a wise one to follow in the long run.

  When something is not allowed, we are more tempted to it.

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2.

Don't ride the high horse.

  People who laugh first may have others laugh at them in the end.

  One should be positive, but at the same time be ready to face hardships.

  Heaven is more kind to the weak.

  One should not be arrogant.

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3.

He laughs best who laughs last.

  Much may come from a small beginning.

  People who are stupid are very talkative.

  All of us have a favorable period.

  People who laugh first may have others laugh at them in the end.

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4.

Haste makes waste.

  People who are stupid are very talkative.

  Spread your risks widely and wisely.

  Success comes to those who have the courage to try.

  Too much of a hurry leads to mistakes and loss of productivity.

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5.

Don't put the cart before the horse.

  Giving enough space to each other help maintain a good relationship.

  Intimacy can cause us to lose our regard.

  Heaven is more kind to the weak.

  Always do things in the right order.

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6.

Don't wash your dirty linen in public.

  It is best to confine shameful family matters to the home.

  Spread your risks widely and wisely.

  True friends are those who help in difficult times.

  Giving enough space to each other help maintain a good relationship.

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7.

Don't put all your eggs in one basket.

  People who laugh first may have others laugh at them in the end.

  There is hope even in difficult situations.

  Spread your risks widely and wisely.

  It is best to confine shameful family matters to the home.

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