Ovid (Publius Ovidius Naso), (43 BC - 17 AD), Roman Poet Quotes - Page 6
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These are the evils which result from gossiping habits.
There is no law more just, than that he, who plots death, should perish by his own craft.
There is a good deal in a man's mode of eating.
The time will come when you will hate the sight of a mirror.
The silent countenance often speaks with expressive eloquence.
The robber and the cautious traveller alike are girded with the sword; the one uses it as a means of attack, the other as a means of defence.
The fish which has once felt the hook, suspects the crooked metal in every food which offers.