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James Wood, comp.  Dictionary of Quotations.  1899.
 
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  [Greek]—Divine phantasms and shadows of things that are.  1
  [Greek]—Husband your resources.  2
  [Greek]—Life is short, art is long.  3
  [Greek]—Much may happen between the cup and the lip.  4
  [Greek]—To feed many mouths and build many houses is the directest road to poverty.  5
  Heureka—I have found it out.  6
  Hoi polloi—The multitude.  7
  Hysteron proteron—The last first, or the cart before the horse.  8
 
 
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