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Robert Christy, comp.  Proverbs, Maxims and Phrases of All Ages.  1887.
 
Grave
 
Bloody and deceitful men dig their own graves.  1
He who lies in the grave is well lodged.  German.  2
In the grave dust and bones jostle not for the wall.  3
In the grave the prince does not lie easier than the day laborer.  German.  4
Kings have no such couch as thine,
As the green that folds thy grave.  Tennyson.
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The dust (of the grave) alone can fill the eye of man.  Arabian.  6
The grave is the general meeting-place.  7
The grave levels all distinctions.  8
The more thy years the nearer thy grave.  9
There are countless roads on all sides to the grave.  Cicero.  10
We shall lie all alike in our grave.  11
 
 
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