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Robert Christy, comp.  Proverbs, Maxims and Phrases of All Ages.  1887.
All’s well that ends well.  Shakespeare.  1
At the end the thing is praised.  Hungarian.  2
In all undertakings it is necessary to consider the end.  La Fontaine.  3
In the end it will be known who ate the bacon.  French.  4
In the end things will mend.  5
Let the end try the man.  Shakespeare.  6
Look at the end.  7
The end crowns the work.  French, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch.  8
The end makes all equal.  9
The end must justify the means.  Prior.  10
The end of a dissolute life is commonly a desperate death.  Bion.  11
The end of all things is death.  Dutch.  12
The end of the corsair is to drown.  Italian.  13
There’s a divinity that shapes our ends, rough-hew them how we will.  Shakespeare.  14

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