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1. It is better to be entirely without a book than to believe it entirely.
2. A thriftless woman burns the entire candle looking for a match.
3. It is better to be without a book than to believe it entirely.
4. To be for one day entirely at leisure is to be for one day an immortal.
5. To die is to stop living but to stop living is something entirely different than dying.
6. With virtue you can't be entirely poor; without virtue you can't really be rich.
7. A person of high principles is one who can watch an entire chess game without making a comment.
8. He who deliberates fully before taking a step will spend his entire life on one leg.
9. One beam, no matter how big, cannot support an entire house on its own.
10. The person who is his own master cannot tolerate another boss. It's better to be without a book than to believe a book entirely. When economy goes south, people get political.
11. The butterfly becomes only when it's entirely ready.
12. We can move the entire mountain one piece at a time.
13. Sometimes life can be as bitter as dragon tears. But whether dragon tears are bitter or sweat depends entirely on how each man perceives them.
14. An ant may well destroy an entire dam.
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