A library is a repository of medicine for the mind.
A library is but the soul's burial ground. Beecher
A libro abierto
A lição do futuro existe na contemplação do passado.
A lição do silêncio tem grande valor educativo; conduz a um verdadeiro domínio de si. (Lubienska de Lenval)
A lição sabemos de cor. Só nos resta aprender. Fernando Brant
A lickerish tongue is the purse's canker.
A lie always needs a truth for a handle to it. The worst lies are those whose blade is false, but whose handle is true. Beecher
A lie becomes true when one believes it.
A lie begets a lie, till they come to generations.
A lie begets a lie.
A lie can annihilate a thousand truths.
A lie can be halfway around the world before the truth gets its boots on.
A lie can go around the world and back again while the truth is lacing up its boots.
A lie can take you far away - but with no hope of return.
A lie can travel half way around the world while the truth is still putting on its shoes.
A lie doesn?t have a foot to stand on.
A lie has many variations, the truth none.
A lie has nae legs, but scandal has wings. Scotland
A lie has no author, nor a liar a conscience.
A lie has no legs but scandalous wings.
A lie has no legs, and cannot stand; but it has wings, and can fly far and wide. Warburton
A lie has no legs, but (a) scandal has wings.
A lie has no legs, but a scandal has wings.
A lie has no legs, but scandalous wings.
A lie has no legs.
A lie has no lets.
A lie has short legs.
A lie is a lie, whatever name you call it by.
A lie is a very short wick in a very small lamp. The oil of reputation is very soon sucked up and gone. And just as soon as a man is known to lie, he is like a two-foot pump in a hundred-foot well. He cannot touch bottom at all. Beecher
A lie is like a jump from a high roof.
A lie is like a vizard, that may cover the face indeed, but can never become it. South
A lie is the abandonment and, as it were, the annihilation of the dignity of man. Kant
A lie never lives to be old. Sophocles
A lie runs until it is overtaken by the truth.
A lie runs until truth catches up to it.
A lie should be trampled on and extinguished wherever found. I am for fumigating the atmosphere when I suspect that falsehood, like pestilence, breathes around me. Carlyle
A lie that is half a truth is ever the blackest of lies. Tennyson
A lie travels farther than the truth.
A lie travels round the world while truth is putting her boots on.
A lie travels round the world while truth is putting on her boots.
A lie with a latchet.
A lie you must not tell; the truth you don't have to tell. Yiddish] A ligen tor men nit zogen; dem emess iz men nit m'chuyev zogen.
A lier is an economist of truth. Scotland
A lier is not believed, when he speaks the truth.
A lier should hae a gude memory. Scotland
A lie?s legs are short.
A life making mistakes is not only more honourable, but more useful than a life spent doing nothing at all.
A life of ease is a difficult pursuit. Cowper
A life of honor and of worth Has no eternity on earth, - 'Tis but a name - And yet its glory far exceeds That base and sensual life which leads To want and shame. Longfellow