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Robert Christy, comp.  Proverbs, Maxims and Phrases of All Ages.  1887.
A common danger produces unanimity.  Latin.  1
A danger foreseen is half avoided.  2
Better face a danger once than be always in fear.  3
Better pass a danger once than be always in fear.  4
By a divine instinct men’s minds mistrust ensuing danger.  Shakespeare.  5
Danger and delight grow on one stalk.  6
Danger comes sooner when despised.  Latin.  7
Danger is next neighbor to security.  8
Dangers are overcome by dangers.  9
Dangers precede victories.  Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine.  10
Every man is bound by his duty to fly from a danger that threatens his life.  Sir Walter Raleigh.  11
For danger levels man and brute,
And all are fellows in their need.  Byron.
Great dangers give also great honors.  Modern Greek.  13
He is safe from danger who is on his guard even when safe.  Publius Syrus.  14
He that always fears danger alway feels it.  15
He that seeks danger perisheth therein unpitied.  16
He who turns aside avoids danger.  French.  17
It is a dangerous thing to dig pits for other folks.  18
One danger is seldom overcome without another.  19
The danger past and God forgotten.  20
The danger past and the saint cheated.  Italian.  21
The habitation of danger is on the borders of security.  Arabian.  22
Think of thy deliverance as well as of thy danger.  23
Without danger, danger cannot be surmounted.  Publius Syrus.  24

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