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Proverbs starting with N

1: Necessity is the mother of invention.
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2: Necessity knows no law.
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3: Neck or nothing.
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4: Need makes the old wife trot.
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5: Need teaches a plan.
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6: Needs must when the devil drives.
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7: Neither fish nor flesh.
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8: Neither here nor there.
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9: Neither rhyme nor reason.
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10: Never bid the devil morrow until you meet him.
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11: Never cackle till your egg is laid.
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12: Never choose your women or your linen by candlelight.
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13: Never do things by halves.
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14: Never fry a fish till it’s caught.
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15: Never is a long time.
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16: Never look a gift horse in the mouth
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17: Never marry for money, but marry where money is.
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18: Never mention rope in the house of a man who has been hanged
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19: Never offer to teach fish to swim.
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20: Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today.
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21: Never quit certainty for hope.
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22: Never say die.
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23: Never say never
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24: Never too much of a good thing.
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25: Never try to prove what nobody doubts.
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26: Never write what you dare not sign.
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27: New brooms sweep clean.
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28: New lords, new laws.
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29: Night brings counsel
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30: Nine tailors make a man
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31: No cross no crown
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32: No cure no pay.
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33: No flying from fate.
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34: No garden without its weeds.
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35: No good deed goes unpunished
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36: No great loss without some small gain.
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37: No harm, no foul.
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38: No herb will cure love.
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39: No joy without alloy.
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40: No living man all things can.
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41: No longer pipe, no longer dance.
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42: No losers, no winners.
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43: No man can serve two masters.
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44: No man is a hero to his valet
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45: No man loves his fetters, be they made of gold.
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46: No matter how long a log stays in the water, it doesn't become a crocodile
declares that :

47: No names, no pack drill
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48: No news is good news.
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49: No pains, no gains.
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50: No penny, no paternoster.
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51: No song, no supper.
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52: No sweet without sweat.
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53: No wisdom like silence.
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54: None but the brave deserve the fair.
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55: None so blind as those who won’t see.
states that:

56: None so deaf as those that won’t hear.
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57: Nothing comes of nothing
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58: Nothing comes out of the sack but what was in it.
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59: Nothing for nothing
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60: Nothing is certain but de4ath and taxes
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61: Nothing is certain but the unforeseen
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62: Nothing is impossible to a willing heart.
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63: Nothing makes a fish bigger than almost being caught
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64: Nothing must be done hastily but killing of fleas.
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65: Nothing so bad, as not to be good for something.
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66: Nothing so bold as a blind mare
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67: Nothing succeeds like success.
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68: Nothing venture, nothing gain.
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