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1601. You will always be lucky if you know how to make friends with strange cats.. American Proverb. You will always be lucky if you know how to make friends with strange cats.

1602. You will never find a cat on a cold hearth.. American Proverb. You will never find a cat on a cold hearth.

1603. You'll hear a lot of things before your ears drop off.. American Proverb. You'll hear a lot of things before your ears drop off.

1604. You're not supposed to keep religion, it's supposed to keep you.. American Proverb. You're not supposed to keep religion, it's supposed to keep you.

1605. Young courage and old caution are a strong pair.. American Proverb. Young courage and old caution are a strong pair.

1606. Your best friend is yourself.. American Proverb. Your best friend is yourself.

1607. Your failures could be stepping-stones to success.. American Proverb. Your failures could be stepping-stones to success.

1608. Your first accident may be your last.. American Proverb. Your first accident may be your last.

1609. Your ignorance is your worst enemy.. American Proverb. Your ignorance is your worst enemy.

1610. Your own faults look as big to the other fellow as his do to you.. American Proverb. Your own faults look as big to the other fellow as his do to you.

1611. Your sins will find you out.. American Proverb. Your sins will find you out.

1612. Your thoughts go no farther than your vocabulary.. American Proverb. Your thoughts go no farther than your vocabulary.

1613. Your whole destiny is involved in the attitude you take toward your sin.. American Proverb. Your whole destiny is involved in the attitude you take toward your sin.

1614. Youth is a blunder, manhood a struggle, old age a regret.. American Proverb. Youth is a blunder, manhood a struggle, old age a regret.

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