Accogli sempre l'opinione altrui, ma pensa a modo tuo. (William Shakespeare)
Accointance de fol ne vaut rien.
Accoliti surgant. en] Rise the acolytes.
Accommodated my subject to my strength. Michel De Montaigne
Accommoder quelqu'un de toutes pièces.
Accomoda (provvedi) bene le cose, e segua che vuole.
Accomodare le uova nel paniere.
Accomplishment of purpose is better than making a profit.
Accomplishments have taken virtue's place, and wisdom falls before exterior grace. Cowper
Accomplissement n. La fin de l'effort et le début de l'ennui. Ambrose Bierce, 1842-1914
Acconcisi il fornajo l'oste e s'abbia legne pel gennajo.
According to Cocker.
According to Democritus, truth lies at the bottom of a well, the depth of which, alas! gives but little hope of release. To be sure, one advantage is derived from this, that the water serves for a mirror, in which truth may be reflected. I have heard, however, that some philosophers, in seeking for truth, to pay homage to her, have seen their own image and adored it instead. Richter
According to her cloth she cut her coat. Dryden
According to his pinions the bird flies.
According to his virtue let us use him, With all respect and rites of burial. Shakespeare
According to Solomon, life and death are in the power of the tongue; and as Euripides truly affirmeth, every unbridled tongue in the end shall find itself unfortunate; for in all that ever I observed in the course of worldly things, I ever found that men's fortunes are oftener made by their tongues than by their virtues, and more men's fortunes overthrown thereby, also, than by their vices. Sir Walter Raleigh
According to the arm be the bleeding.
According to the Asiatics, Cupid's bow is strung with bees which are apt to sting, sometimes fatally, those who meddle with it. Miss Edgeworth
According to the custom of Aragon, good service, bad guerdon.
According to the nature of his sin shall a man be punished.
According to the Stoics, apathy meant the extinction of the passions by the ascendency of reason. William Fleming
According to the suffering is the reward.
Accosta più la camicia che il giubbone.
Accostati ai buoni, e sarai uno di essi.
Accouchée en sueur, accouchée guérie.
Account by the dinar, give charity by the ass load.
Account not that work slavery that in penny savory.
Account not that work slavery, that brings in penny savory.
Accounting is accounting.
Accoutumance est loi bien dure.
Accumulation of riches brings wisdom.
Accuracy is essential to beauty. Emerson
Accurate and just reasoning is the only catholic remedy, fitted for all persons and all dispositions; and is alone able to subvert that abstruse philosophy and metaphysical jargon, which, being mixed up with popular superstition, renders it in a manner impenetrable to careless reasoners, and gives it the air of science and wisdom. Hume
Accursed be he who plays with the devil. Schiller
Accursed be thou, as he that arms himself for fear of death. Michel De Montaigne
Accursed thirst for gold! what dost thou not compel mortals to do? Virgil
Accusare nemo se debit, nisi coram Deo.
Accuse not Nature: she hath done her part; Do thou but thine. MILTON: Par. Lost, Bk. viii., Line 561.
Accusing all others of ignorance and imposition. Michel De Montaigne
Accusing is proving when malice and force sit (as) judges.
Accusing the times is but excusing ourselves.
Accusing the times is only accusing yourselves.
Accustom yourself gradually to carry prayer into all your daily occupations. Speak, move, work, in peace, as if you were, in prayer, as indeed you ought to be. Do everything without excitement, by the spirit of grace. Fénelon
Accustom yourself to master and overcome things of difficulty; for if you observe, the left hand for want of practice is insignificant, and not adapted to general business; yet it holds the bridle better than the right, from constant use. Pliny
Accustom yourself to submit on all and every occasion, and on the most minute, no less than on the most important circumstances of life, to a small present evil, to obtain a greater distant good. This will give decision, tone, and energy to the mind, which, thus disciplined, will often reap victory from defeat and honor from repulse. Colton
Accustom yourself to that which you bear ill, and you will bear it well. Seneca
Aceita o bem, conforme vem.
Aceita, sem receio, azeite de cima, mel do fundo, vinho do meio.