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Robert Christy, comp.  Proverbs, Maxims and Phrases of All Ages.  1887.
 
Going
 
By dint of going wrong all will come right.  French.  1
Go in God’s name for he takes a loaf of mine.  Spanish.  2
Go softly over bad bits of road.  Italian.  3
He goes not out of his way who goes to a good inn.  4
He that will not go over the stile must be thrust through the gate.  5
He who goes everywhere gains everywhere.  French.  6
He who goes the contrary way must go over it twice.  7
One may go a long way after one is tired.  French.  8
The slower you go the further you be.  Russian.  9
To go as fast as a friar that is invited to dinner.  10
To go cheek by jowl with one.  11
To go like a bear to the stake.  12
Who goes himself is in earnest, who sends is indifferent.  Italian.  13
Who goes not sees not, who proves not believes not.  Italian.  14
Without going you can get nowhere.  Chinese.  15
You go as if nine men held you.  16
You must learn to creep before you go.  17
 
 
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