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English Proverbs : Proverb to Meaning III


Given the MEANING, identify the PROVERB

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1.

Every calamity that occurs is of advantage to someone or the other.

  Might is right.

  It is useless to flog a dead horse.

  Kill not the goose that lays golden eggs.

  It's an ill wind that blows nobody any good.

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2.

The greater our expertise, the more influential we are.

  Kill not the goose that lays golden eggs.

  Knowledge is power.

  If two men ride on a horse, one must ride behind.

  It is no use crying over spilt milk.

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3.

Avoid acting hastily without considering the consequences carefully.

  Marry in haste, and repent at leisure.

  It never rains but it pours.

  Look before you leap.

  Live and let live.

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4.

One cannot be gloomy all the time.

  It is a sad heart that never rejoices.

  Like father, like son.

  Love is blind.

  Make hay while the sun shines.

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5.

It is wise to not disturb some things and call for unnecessary trouble.

  Little strokes fell great oaks.

  Love is blind.

  Let sleeping dogs lie.

  If two men ride on a horse, one must ride behind.

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6.

A person's character, especially bad nature, will always remain the same.

  The leopard cannot change its spots.

  Many hands make light work.

  Let sleeping dogs lie.

  Necessity is the mother of invention.

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7.

People with insufficient knowledge are easily misled.

  A little learning is a dangerous thing.

  Hunger is the best sauce.

  If two men ride on a horse, one must ride behind.

  It is never too late to mend.

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