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Publilius Syrus (fl. 8543 BC ), was a Latin writer, best known for his sententiae. He was a Syrian who was brought as a slave to Roman Italy. By his wit and talent, Syrus won the favour of his master, who granted him manumission and educated him. He became a member of the Publilia gens. Publilius' name, due to the palatalization of 'l' between two 'i's in the Early Middle Ages, is often presented by manuscripts (and some printed editions) in corrupt form as 'Publius'. Publius being a very common Roman praenomen.

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1:Every vice has its excuse ready. ~ Publilius Syrus,
2:Depend not on fortune, but on conduct. ~ Publilius Syrus,
3:Every question does not deserve an answer. ~ Publilius Syrus,
4:A loss, of which we are ignorant, is no loss. ~ Publilius Syrus,
5:Every madman considers everyone else a madman. ~ Publilius Syrus,
6:He who lives in solitude may make his own laws. ~ Publilius Syrus,
7:Amid a multitude of projects, no plan is devised. ~ Publilius Syrus,
8:Cruelty isn't softened by tears; it feeds on them. ~ Publilius Syrus,
9:Confession of our faults is the next thing to innocence. ~ Publilius Syrus,
10:Clean hands are better than full ones in the sight of God. ~ Publilius Syrus,
11:He bids fair to grow wise who has discovered that he is not so. ~ Publilius Syrus,
12:Do not despise the bottom rungs in the ascent to greatness. ~ Publilius Syrus, [T5],

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1:Apathy borders upon folly. ~ Publilius Syrus
2:An evil gain equals a loss. ~ Publilius Syrus
3:Even one hair has a shadow. ~ Publilius Syrus
4:If you can walk, you can run. ~ Publilius Syrus
5:Only the bold get to the top. ~ Publilius Syrus
6:Deliberando saepe perit occasio ~ Publilius Syrus
7:In love, anger is always false. ~ Publilius Syrus
8:Debt is the slavery of the free. ~ Publilius Syrus
9:Every vice has its excuse ready. ~ Publilius Syrus
10:Frugality is misery in disguise. ~ Publilius Syrus
11:To-day is the pupil of yesterday ~ Publilius Syrus
12:What is left when honor is lost? ~ Publilius Syrus
13:Every vice has its excuse ready. ~ Publilius Syrus,
14:He who wrongs one threatens many. ~ Publilius Syrus
15:Speech is the mirror of the soul. ~ Publilius Syrus
16:Wise man also fears a weak enemy. ~ Publilius Syrus
17:Equanimity is calamity's medicine. ~ Publilius Syrus
18:Repentance follows hasty counsels. ~ Publilius Syrus
19:The honied tongue hath its poison. ~ Publilius Syrus
20:The power of habit is very strong. ~ Publilius Syrus
21:A great fortune enslaves its owner. ~ Publilius Syrus
22:A rolling stone can gather no moss. ~ Publilius Syrus
23:Death laughs when old women frolic. ~ Publilius Syrus
24:Discord gives a relish for concord. ~ Publilius Syrus
25:Pardon others often, thyself never. ~ Publilius Syrus
26:Union gives strength to the humble. ~ Publilius Syrus
27:Wine has drowned more than the sea. ~ Publilius Syrus
28:A god could hardly love and be wise. ~ Publilius Syrus
29:All powerful is the rule of fashion. ~ Publilius Syrus
30:Even a single hair casts its shadow. ~ Publilius Syrus
31:Friendship is stronger than kindred. ~ Publilius Syrus
32:Opportunity is lost by deliberation. ~ Publilius Syrus
33:Solitude is the mother of anxieties. ~ Publilius Syrus
34:The empire of custom is most mighty. ~ Publilius Syrus
35:There is no medicine to cure hatred. ~ Publilius Syrus
36:We die as often as we lose a friend. ~ Publilius Syrus
37:What valor cannot win, flattery may. ~ Publilius Syrus
38:Bad nature never lacks an instructor. ~ Publilius Syrus
39:Each day is the scholar of yesterday. ~ Publilius Syrus
40:In excess altercation, truth is lost. ~ Publilius Syrus
41:Money should be mastered, not served. ~ Publilius Syrus
42:No tears are shed when an enemy dies. ~ Publilius Syrus
43:Pain forces even the innocent to lie. ~ Publilius Syrus
44:The losing side is full of suspicion. ~ Publilius Syrus
45:Be your money's master, not its slave. ~ Publilius Syrus
46:Depend not on fortune, but on conduct. ~ Publilius Syrus
47:Excessive severity misses its own aim. ~ Publilius Syrus
48:He who injures one man threatens many. ~ Publilius Syrus
49:It is better to arouse envy than pity. ~ Publilius Syrus
50:It is better to learn late than never. ~ Publilius Syrus
51:It's a bad plan that can't be changed. ~ Publilius Syrus
52:Man has been lent, not given, to life. ~ Publilius Syrus
53:Many receive advice, few profit by it. ~ Publilius Syrus
54:No good man ever became suddenly rich. ~ Publilius Syrus
55:Not every question deserves an answer. ~ Publilius Syrus
56:A guilty conscience never feels secure. ~ Publilius Syrus
57:An angry lover tells himself many lies. ~ Publilius Syrus
58:Dangerous he who thinks it safe to die! ~ Publilius Syrus
59:Depend not on fortune, but on conduct. ~ Publilius Syrus,
60:He who spares the bad injures the good. ~ Publilius Syrus
61:Look for a tough wedge for a tough log. ~ Publilius Syrus
62:No one should be judge in his own case. ~ Publilius Syrus
63:Powerful indeed is the empire of habit. ~ Publilius Syrus
64:Prosperity has no power over adversity. ~ Publilius Syrus
65:Society in shipwreck is comfort to all. ~ Publilius Syrus
66:Successful guilt is the bane of society ~ Publilius Syrus
67:Take care that no one hates you justly. ~ Publilius Syrus
68:When reason rules, money is a blessing. ~ Publilius Syrus
69:Always shun whatever may make you angry. ~ Publilius Syrus
70:Friendship either finds or makes equals. ~ Publilius Syrus
71:Humility neither falls far, nor heavily. ~ Publilius Syrus
72:In quarreling, the truth is always lost. ~ Publilius Syrus
73:It is a bad plan that cannot be altered. ~ Publilius Syrus
74:It is bad advice that cannot be changed. ~ Publilius Syrus
75:Never promise more than you can perform. ~ Publilius Syrus
76:Observation, not old age, brings wisdom. ~ Publilius Syrus
77:Pain of mind is worse than pain of body. ~ Publilius Syrus
78:Practice is the best of all instructors. ~ Publilius Syrus
79:The remedy for wrongs is to forget them. ~ Publilius Syrus
80:They live ill who expect to live always. ~ Publilius Syrus
81:A great man may commence life in a hovel. ~ Publilius Syrus
82:For a good cause, wrongdoing is virtuous. ~ Publilius Syrus
83:Necessity knows no law except to conquer. ~ Publilius Syrus
84:No one know what he can do till he tries. ~ Publilius Syrus
85:Some remedies are worse than the disease. ~ Publilius Syrus
86:Yesterday should be the teacher of today. ~ Publilius Syrus
87:A beautiful face is a mute recommendation. ~ Publilius Syrus
88:Confidence is the only bond of friendship. ~ Publilius Syrus
89:Every question does not deserve an answer. ~ Publilius Syrus
90:Friendship neither finds nor makes equals. ~ Publilius Syrus
91:He who helps the guilty, shares the crime. ~ Publilius Syrus
92:It is sometimes wise to forget who we are. ~ Publilius Syrus
93:No one knows what he can do till he tries. ~ Publilius Syrus
94:No pleasure endures unseasoned by variety. ~ Publilius Syrus
95:The eyes start love; intimacy perfects it. ~ Publilius Syrus
96:The hope of reward is the solace of labor. ~ Publilius Syrus
97:The poor lack much, the greedy everything. ~ Publilius Syrus
98:To refuse graciously is to confer a favor. ~ Publilius Syrus
99:A fair exterior is a silent recommendation. ~ Publilius Syrus
100:A friend must not be injured, even in jest. ~ Publilius Syrus
101:Every question does not deserve an answer. ~ Publilius Syrus,
102:He gets through too late who goes too fast. ~ Publilius Syrus
103:In doubtful matters boldness is everything. ~ Publilius Syrus
104:It is better to have a little than nothing. ~ Publilius Syrus
105:It is folly to fear what cannot be avoided. ~ Publilius Syrus
106:Never find delight in another's misfortune. ~ Publilius Syrus
107:The further the fall, the greater the hurt. ~ Publilius Syrus
108:The swiftest despatch seems slow to desire. ~ Publilius Syrus
109:Where there is unity, there is the victory. ~ Publilius Syrus
110:You cannot put the same shoe on every foot. ~ Publilius Syrus
111:An intemperate patient makes a harsh doctor. ~ Publilius Syrus
112:Audacity augments courage; hesitation, fear. ~ Publilius Syrus
113:Hasty conclusions lead to speedy repentance. ~ Publilius Syrus
114:He who flees from trial confesses his guilt. ~ Publilius Syrus
115:He who has lost honor can lose nothing more. ~ Publilius Syrus
116:He whom many fear, has himself many to fear. ~ Publilius Syrus
117:If you would live innocently, seek solitude. ~ Publilius Syrus
118:It is an unhappy lot which finds no enemies. ~ Publilius Syrus
119:It is foolish to fear what you cannot avoid. ~ Publilius Syrus
120:It is fraud to accept what you cannot repay. ~ Publilius Syrus
121:Men will judge your past deeds by your last. ~ Publilius Syrus
122:Patience is the remedy for every misfortune. ~ Publilius Syrus
123:Poverty wants much; but avarice, everything. ~ Publilius Syrus
124:The bow too tensely strung is easily broken. ~ Publilius Syrus
125:The loss which is unknown is no loss at all. ~ Publilius Syrus
126:The wise man avoids evil by anticipating it. ~ Publilius Syrus
127:Valor grows by daring, fear by holding back. ~ Publilius Syrus
128:Venus yields to caresses, not to compulsion. ~ Publilius Syrus
129:When you are at sea, keep clear of the land. ~ Publilius Syrus
130:A bad man becomes worse when he apes a saint. ~ Publilius Syrus
131:A loss, of which we are ignorant, is no loss. ~ Publilius Syrus
132:How unhappy is he who cannot forgive himself. ~ Publilius Syrus
133:Modesty once lost, never returns into favour. ~ Publilius Syrus
134:Never thrust your sickle into another's corn. ~ Publilius Syrus
135:Past happiness augments present wretchedness. ~ Publilius Syrus
136:Suspicion cleaves to the dark side of things. ~ Publilius Syrus
137:The bare recollection of anger kindles anger. ~ Publilius Syrus
138:The wounds of conscience always leave a scar. ~ Publilius Syrus
139:Through indecision opportunity is often lost. ~ Publilius Syrus
140:When fortune flatters, she does it to betray. ~ Publilius Syrus
141:You don't know what you can do until you try. ~ Publilius Syrus
142:A good reputation is more valuable than money. ~ Publilius Syrus
143:A loss, of which we are ignorant, is no loss. ~ Publilius Syrus,
144:An angry father is most cruel towards himself. ~ Publilius Syrus
145:Even when we get what we wish, it is not ours. ~ Publilius Syrus
146:Every madman considers everyone else a madman. ~ Publilius Syrus
147:God looks with favor at pure, not full, hands. ~ Publilius Syrus
148:Hares can gambol over the body of a dead lion. ~ Publilius Syrus
149:He confesses his crime who flees the tribunal. ~ Publilius Syrus
150:He dies twice who perishes by his own weapons. ~ Publilius Syrus
151:It is only the ignorant who despise education. ~ Publilius Syrus
152:It is well to moor your bark with two anchors. ~ Publilius Syrus
153:Life is short, but its ills make it seem long. ~ Publilius Syrus
154:No one reaches a high position without daring. ~ Publilius Syrus
155:The best remedy for an injury is to forget it. ~ Publilius Syrus
156:To spare the guilty is to injure the innocent. ~ Publilius Syrus
157:What is done hastily cannot be done prudently. ~ Publilius Syrus
158:A disorderly patient makes the physician cruel. ~ Publilius Syrus
159:All delay is irksome, but it teaches us wisdom. ~ Publilius Syrus
160:A wise man never refuses anything to necessity. ~ Publilius Syrus
161:Do not turn back when you are just at the goal. ~ Publilius Syrus
162:Even when there is no law, there is conscience. ~ Publilius Syrus
163:Even when the wound is healed the scar remains. ~ Publilius Syrus
164:Every madman considers everyone else a madman. ~ Publilius Syrus,
165:He doubly benefits the needy who gives quickly. ~ Publilius Syrus
166:He who leaves a fault unpunished invites crime. ~ Publilius Syrus
167:He who lives in solitude may make his own laws. ~ Publilius Syrus
168:It matters not how long you live, but how well. ~ Publilius Syrus
169:Money does not sate Avarice, but stimulates it. ~ Publilius Syrus
170:Suspicion is ever strong on the suffering side. ~ Publilius Syrus
171:The highest condition takes rise in the lowest. ~ Publilius Syrus
172:The weeping of an heir is laughter in disguise. ~ Publilius Syrus
173:To lose a friend is the greatest of all losses. ~ Publilius Syrus
174:When innocence trembles, it condemns the judge. ~ Publilius Syrus
175:A gift in season is a double favor to the needy. ~ Publilius Syrus
176:Agreement is made more precious by disagreement. ~ Publilius Syrus
177:A hasty judgment is a first step to recantation. ~ Publilius Syrus
178:A small loan makes a debt; a great one an enemy. ~ Publilius Syrus
179:Every rumor is believed against the unfortunate. ~ Publilius Syrus
180:Fortune makes many loans, but gives no presents. ~ Publilius Syrus
181:God looks at the clean hands, not the full ones. ~ Publilius Syrus
182:He sleeps well who knows not that he sleeps ill. ~ Publilius Syrus
183:He who lives in solitude may make his own laws. ~ Publilius Syrus,
184:Never find your delight in another's misfortune. ~ Publilius Syrus
185:The anger of lovers renews the strength of love. ~ Publilius Syrus
186:A homely woman is one of the most comely of apes. ~ Publilius Syrus
187:All delay is helpful, but it does produce wisdom. ~ Publilius Syrus
188:Amid a multitude of projects, no plan is devised. ~ Publilius Syrus
189:Any one can hold the helm when the seas are calm. ~ Publilius Syrus
190:He who fears his servants is less than a servant. ~ Publilius Syrus
191:It is more tolerable to be refused than deceived. ~ Publilius Syrus
192:Ready tears are a sign of treachery, not of grief ~ Publilius Syrus
193:To die at the command of another is to die twice. ~ Publilius Syrus
194:To love is a pleasure of youth, a sin in old age. ~ Publilius Syrus
195:Treat your friend as if he might become an enemy. ~ Publilius Syrus
196:Amid a multitude of projects, no plan is devised. ~ Publilius Syrus,
197:As men, we are all equal in the presence of death. ~ Publilius Syrus
198:Cruelty isn't softened by tears; it feeds on them. ~ Publilius Syrus
199:Even speed, when we are anxious, seems like delay. ~ Publilius Syrus
200:Grief diminishes when it has nothing to grow upon. ~ Publilius Syrus
201:He is the least in want who is the least covetous. ~ Publilius Syrus
202:It is a fraud to borrow what we are unable to pay. ~ Publilius Syrus
203:It is sometimes expedient to forget what you know. ~ Publilius Syrus
204:Nothing pleases which is not freshened by variety. ~ Publilius Syrus
205:Shun an angry man for a moment-your enemy forever. ~ Publilius Syrus
206:When Gold argues the cause, eloquence is impotant. ~ Publilius Syrus
207:Would you have a great empire? Rule over yourself. ~ Publilius Syrus
208:Any plan is bad which is incapable of modification. ~ Publilius Syrus
209:A woman either loves or hates; she knows no medium. ~ Publilius Syrus
210:Cruelty isn't softened by tears; it feeds on them. ~ Publilius Syrus,
211:Gain at the expense of reputation is manifest loss. ~ Publilius Syrus
212:He can best avoid a snare who knows how to set one. ~ Publilius Syrus
213:It is time, not the mind, that puts an end to love. ~ Publilius Syrus
214:It is vain to look for a defense against lightning. ~ Publilius Syrus
215:Lovers know what they want, but not what they need. ~ Publilius Syrus
216:Mighty rivers can easily be leaped at their source. ~ Publilius Syrus
217:Modest women choose a man by the mind, not the eye. ~ Publilius Syrus
218:One ungrateful man injures all who need assistance. ~ Publilius Syrus
219:Pain will force even the truthful to speak falsely. ~ Publilius Syrus
220:Tears gratify a savage nature, they do not melt it. ~ Publilius Syrus
221:The evil you do to others you may expect in return. ~ Publilius Syrus
222:The most delightful pleasures cloy without variety. ~ Publilius Syrus
223:The wretched reflect either too much or too little. ~ Publilius Syrus
224:They pass peaceful lives who ignore mine and thine. ~ Publilius Syrus
225:We may with advantage at times forget what we know. ~ Publilius Syrus
226:Whom Fortune wishes to destroy she first makes mad. ~ Publilius Syrus
227:Wisdom had rather be buffeted than not listened to. ~ Publilius Syrus
228:You should hammer your iron when it is glowing hot. ~ Publilius Syrus
229:An end to our getting is the only end to our losses. ~ Publilius Syrus
230:An evil conscience is often quiet, but never secure. ~ Publilius Syrus
231:A virtuous wife commands her husband by obeying him. ~ Publilius Syrus
232:Better to be ignorant of a matter than half know it. ~ Publilius Syrus
233:Divide the fire, and you will the sooner put it out. ~ Publilius Syrus
234:Fortune is never satisfied with bringing one sorrow. ~ Publilius Syrus
235:He who has plenty of pepper will pepper his cabbage. ~ Publilius Syrus
236:It is a pitiful fortune that is not without enemies. ~ Publilius Syrus
237:The habitual living in prosperity is most injurious. ~ Publilius Syrus
238:To forget the wrongs you receive, is to remedy them. ~ Publilius Syrus
239:We should lay up in peace what we shall need in war. ~ Publilius Syrus
240:Each day should be passed as though it were our last. ~ Publilius Syrus
241:Every accusation against a fallen man gains credence. ~ Publilius Syrus
242:Every one excels in something in which another fails. ~ Publilius Syrus
243:Gain cannot be made without some other person's loss. ~ Publilius Syrus
244:He who is bent on doing evil can never want occasion. ~ Publilius Syrus
245:It is folly to censure him whom all the world adores. ~ Publilius Syrus
246:No one ever lost his honor, except he who had it not. ~ Publilius Syrus
247:No pleasure lasts long unless there is variety in it. ~ Publilius Syrus
248:The future struggles that it may not become the past. ~ Publilius Syrus
249:A frog would leap from a throne of gold into a puddle. ~ Publilius Syrus
250:A small debt produces a debtor; a large one, an enemy. ~ Publilius Syrus
251:Fortune is not satisfied with inflicting one calamity. ~ Publilius Syrus
252:He who lives only for himself is truly dead to others. ~ Publilius Syrus
253:In every enterprise consider where you would come out. ~ Publilius Syrus
254:It is well not to lend too easy an ear to accusations. ~ Publilius Syrus
255:No one knows what it is that he can do until he tries. ~ Publilius Syrus
256:The eye strays not while under the guidance of reason. ~ Publilius Syrus
257:The prompter the refusal, the less the disappointment. ~ Publilius Syrus
258:There is no safety in regaining the favor of an enemy. ~ Publilius Syrus
259:We must master our good fortune, or it will master us. ~ Publilius Syrus
260:Where destiny blunders, human prudence will not avail. ~ Publilius Syrus
261:While we stop to think, we often miss our opportunity. ~ Publilius Syrus
262:Would you be known by everybody? Then you know nobody. ~ Publilius Syrus
263:You should go to a pear tree for pears, not to an elm. ~ Publilius Syrus
264:Alas how difficult is it to preserve a high reputation! ~ Publilius Syrus
265:An enemy despised is the most dangerous of all enemies. ~ Publilius Syrus
266:A pleasant companion reduces the length of the journey. ~ Publilius Syrus
267:From the errors of others, a wise man corrects his own. ~ Publilius Syrus
268:He blames Neptune unjustly who twice suffers shipwreck. ~ Publilius Syrus
269:He who conquers his wrath overcomes his greatest enemy. ~ Publilius Syrus
270:He who will not grant a favour has no right to ask one. ~ Publilius Syrus
271:His own character is the arbiter of every ones fortune. ~ Publilius Syrus
272:It is as well now and then not to remember all we know. ~ Publilius Syrus
273:It is easy for men to talk one thing and think another. ~ Publilius Syrus
274:Let a fool hold his tongue and he will pass for a sage. ~ Publilius Syrus
275:Necessity gives the law and does not itself receive it. ~ Publilius Syrus
276:One man's wickedness may easily become all men's curse. ~ Publilius Syrus
277:The brave or the fortunate can afford to laugh at envy. ~ Publilius Syrus
278:The gladiator lays his plans after he enters the arena. ~ Publilius Syrus
279:The judge is found guilty when a criminal is acquitted. ~ Publilius Syrus
280:We desire nothing so much as what we ought not to have. ~ Publilius Syrus
281:What a tragedy is help where it harms what it supports! ~ Publilius Syrus
282:Whatever you can lose, you should reckon of no account. ~ Publilius Syrus
283:Admonish your friends privately, but praise them openly. ~ Publilius Syrus
284:Confession of our faults is the next thing to innocence. ~ Publilius Syrus
285:Fortune is like glass; she breaks when she is brightest. ~ Publilius Syrus
286:He is much to be dreaded who stands in dread of poverty. ~ Publilius Syrus
287:He is truly wise who gains wisdom from another's mishap. ~ Publilius Syrus
288:Life itself is short, but lasts longer than misfortunes. ~ Publilius Syrus
289:Take care not to begin anything of which you may repent. ~ Publilius Syrus
290:The end always passes judgement on what has gone before. ~ Publilius Syrus
291:The gods never let us love and be wise at the same time. ~ Publilius Syrus
292:The master is a slave when he fears those whom he rules. ~ Publilius Syrus
293:The pain of the mind is worse than the pain of the body. ~ Publilius Syrus
294:There is more of fear than delight in a secret pleasure. ~ Publilius Syrus
295:There is no fruit which is not bitter before it is ripe. ~ Publilius Syrus
296:The sweetest pleasure arises from difficulties overcome. ~ Publilius Syrus
297:To do two things at once is to do neither.” —Publilius Syrus ~ Gary Keller
298:To take refuge with an inferior is to betray one's self. ~ Publilius Syrus
299:You can accomplish by kindness what you cannot by force. ~ Publilius Syrus
300:Confession of our faults is the next thing to innocence. ~ Publilius Syrus,
301:Courage comes by being brave; fear comes by holding back. ~ Publilius Syrus
302:He is foolish to blame the sea that is shipwrecked twice. ~ Publilius Syrus
303:It is easier to add to a great reputation than to get it. ~ Publilius Syrus
304:One ungrateful person does an injury to all needy people. ~ Publilius Syrus
305:There is no need of spurs when the horse is running away. ~ Publilius Syrus
306:The wickedness of the few makes the calamity of the many. ~ Publilius Syrus
307:What greater evil could you wish a miser, than long life? ~ Publilius Syrus
308:When you can despise death, you have conquered all fears. ~ Publilius Syrus
309:Who would recognize the unhappy if grief had no language? ~ Publilius Syrus
310:Why do we not hear the truth? Because we do not speak it. ~ Publilius Syrus
311:A tongue prone to slander is the proof of a depraved mind. ~ Publilius Syrus
312:Clean hands are better than full ones in the sight of God. ~ Publilius Syrus
313:He who wishes to injure another, will soon find a pretext. ~ Publilius Syrus
314:How happy the life unembarrassed by the cares of business! ~ Publilius Syrus
315:It is a very hard undertaking to seek to please everybody. ~ Publilius Syrus
316:Speech is a mirror of the soul: as a man speaks, so is he. ~ Publilius Syrus
317:That is a most wretched fortune which is without an enemy. ~ Publilius Syrus
318:The fear of death is more to be dreaded than death itself. ~ Publilius Syrus
319:We simply rob ourselves when we make presents to the dead. ~ Publilius Syrus
320:With little loan you get a friend, with big loan an enemy. ~ Publilius Syrus
321:You should not live one way in private, another in public. ~ Publilius Syrus
322:A good opportunity is seldom presented, and is easily lost. ~ Publilius Syrus
323:A noble spirit finds a cure for injustice in forgetting it. ~ Publilius Syrus
324:A suspicious mind always looks on the black side of things. ~ Publilius Syrus
325:Better use medicines at the outset than at the last moment. ~ Publilius Syrus
326:Clean hands are better than full ones in the sight of God. ~ Publilius Syrus,
327:Do not despise the bottom rungs in the ascent to greatness. ~ Publilius Syrus
328:He knows not when to be silent who knows not when to speak. ~ Publilius Syrus
329:In a heated argument we are apt to lose sight of the truth. ~ Publilius Syrus
330:Nothing can be done quickly and prudently at the same time. ~ Publilius Syrus
331:Poverty wants much; but avarice, everything. PUBLILIUS SYRUS Money ~ J D Robb
332:The eyes are not responsible when the mind does the seeing. ~ Publilius Syrus
333:The friendship that can come to an end, never really began. ~ Publilius Syrus
334:Flattery was formerly a vice; it has now become the fashion. ~ Publilius Syrus
335:He has existed only, not lived, who lacks wisdom in old age. ~ Publilius Syrus
336:He who boasts of a favor bestowed, would like it back again. ~ Publilius Syrus
337:It is his nature, not his standing, that makes the good man. ~ Publilius Syrus
338:It is more easy to get a favor from fortune than to keep it. ~ Publilius Syrus
339:It matters not what you are thought to be, but what you are. ~ Publilius Syrus
340:Keep the golden mean between saying too much and too little. ~ Publilius Syrus
341:The poor man is ruined as soon as he begins to ape the rich. ~ Publilius Syrus
342:To dispute with a drunkard is to debate with an empty house. ~ Publilius Syrus
343:An agreeable companion on a journey is as good as a carriage. ~ Publilius Syrus
344:He is a despicable sage whose wisdom does not profit himself. ~ Publilius Syrus
345:He who has a mind to do mischief will always find a pretense. ~ Publilius Syrus
346:He who quarrels with a drunken man injures one who is absent. ~ Publilius Syrus
347:It is kindness immediately to refuse what you intend to deny. ~ Publilius Syrus
348:Pardon one offence, and you encourage the commission of many. ~ Publilius Syrus
349:That should be considered long which can be decided but once. ~ Publilius Syrus
350:The coward regards himself as cautious, the miser as thrifty. ~ Publilius Syrus
351:The timid man calls himself cautious, the sordid man thrifty. ~ Publilius Syrus
352:When Fortune is on our side, popular favor bears her company. ~ Publilius Syrus
353:When Providence favors, you can make a safe voyage on a twig. ~ Publilius Syrus
354:A sly piece of good luck, which nobody knows of is delightful. ~ Publilius Syrus
355:Even to smile at the misfortunes of others is to do an injury. ~ Publilius Syrus
356:He wrongly accuses Neptune, who makes shipwreck a second time. ~ Publilius Syrus
357:Love, like a tear, rises in the eye and falls upon the breast. ~ Publilius Syrus
358:Love's wounds can be healed only by the one who inflicts them. ~ Publilius Syrus
359:The wounds of love can only be healed by the one who made them ~ Publilius Syrus
360:They who plough the sea do not carry the winds in their hands. ~ Publilius Syrus
361:He bids fair to grow wise who has discovered that he is not so. ~ Publilius Syrus
362:I have often regretted having spoken, never having kept silent. ~ Publilius Syrus
363:One day treats us like a hireling nurse, another like a mother. ~ Publilius Syrus
364:Unless degree is preserved, the first place is safe for no one. ~ Publilius Syrus
365:Vices that are familiar we pardon, and only new ones reprehend. ~ Publilius Syrus
366:When two do the same thing, it is not the same thing after all. ~ Publilius Syrus
367:A wise man will be master of his mind, a fool will be its slave. ~ Publilius Syrus
368:Danger comes on us more speedily when we treat it with contempt. ~ Publilius Syrus
369:Each succeeding day is the scholar of that which went before it. ~ Publilius Syrus
370:He bids fair to grow wise who has discovered that he is not so. ~ Publilius Syrus,
371:If you refuse where you have always granted you invite to theft. ~ Publilius Syrus
372:There is no pain in the wound received in the moment of victory. ~ Publilius Syrus
373:Unless you bear with the faults of a friend you betray your own. ~ Publilius Syrus
374:Well does he sleep who knows not that his sleep has been broken. ~ Publilius Syrus
375:A position of dignity is more easily improved upon than acquired. ~ Publilius Syrus
376:If what must be given is given willingly the kindness is doubled. ~ Publilius Syrus
377:I often regret that I have spoken; never that I have been silent. ~ Publilius Syrus
378:It is a consolation to the wretched to have companions in misery. ~ Publilius Syrus
379:The little vices of the great must needs be accounted very great. ~ Publilius Syrus
380:There is but a step between a proud man's glory and his disgrace. ~ Publilius Syrus
381:The wise man guards against the future as if it were the present. ~ Publilius Syrus
382:We may escape misfortune for a while, but the evil day will come. ~ Publilius Syrus
383:You need not hang up the ivy branch over the wine that will sell. ~ Publilius Syrus
384:Do not despise the bottom rungs in the ascent to greatness. ~ Publilius Syrus, [T5],
385:That man has the fewest wants who is the least anxious for wealth. ~ Publilius Syrus
386:The miser is as much in want of what he has as of what he has not. ~ Publilius Syrus
387:A man suffers death himself as often as he loses those dear to him. ~ Publilius Syrus
388:It is a good thing to learn caution from the misfortunes of others. ~ Publilius Syrus
389:It is of no profit to have learned well, if you neglect to do well. ~ Publilius Syrus
390:Learn to see in another's calamity the ills which you should avoid. ~ Publilius Syrus
391:You must endure what is painful to secure that which is profitable. ~ Publilius Syrus
392:Confidence, like the soul, never returns whence it has once departed ~ Publilius Syrus
393:Give your friend cause to blush, and you will be likely to lose him. ~ Publilius Syrus
394:He who sounds his own trumpet will soon find plenty to laugh at him. ~ Publilius Syrus
395:To confess a fault freely is the next thing to being innocent of it. ~ Publilius Syrus
396:Conversation is the image of the mind. As the man is, so is his talk. ~ Publilius Syrus
397:Great hatred can be concealed in the countenance, and much in a kiss. ~ Publilius Syrus
398:What is to be once resolved on should be first often well considered. ~ Publilius Syrus
399:Avarice is as destitute of what it has, as poverty of what it has not. ~ Publilius Syrus
400:You must endure, and not cry out against that which cannot be avoided. ~ Publilius Syrus
401:No fortune is so good but that you may find something to grumble about. ~ Publilius Syrus
402:Prudence He does well who moors his boat with two anchors. PUBLILIUS SYRUS ~ A C Grayling
403:We tolerate without rebuke the vices with which we have grown familiar. ~ Publilius Syrus
404:Adversity shows whether we have friends, or only the shadows of friends. ~ Publilius Syrus
405:A friendship that can end never really began. ~ Amy NewmarkPublilius Syrus D ~ Amy Newmark
406:He is the furthest from danger, who is on his guard even when in safety. ~ Publilius Syrus
407:Anger would inflict punishment on another; meanwhile, it tortures itself. ~ Publilius Syrus
408:Fortune is like glass - the brighter the glitter, the more easily broken. ~ Publilius Syrus
409:He is twice a conqueror, who can restrain himself in the hour of triumph. ~ Publilius Syrus
410:Man's life is short; and therefore an honorable death is his immortality. ~ Publilius Syrus
411:Unless you make allowances for your friends foibles, you betray your own. ~ Publilius Syrus
412:If life is merely a joke, the question still remains: for whose amusement? ~ Publilius Syrus
413:It is a bitter dose to be taught obedience after you have learned to rule. ~ Publilius Syrus
414:A kindness spontaneously offered to him who needs it, is doubly gratifying. ~ Publilius Syrus
415:Death is fortunate for the child, bitter to the youth, too late to the old. ~ Publilius Syrus
416:It is better to learn late than never. —Publilius Syrus, first-century writer ~ Julie Klassen
417:There is no fortune so good that you can find nothing in it to complain of. ~ Publilius Syrus
418:When you confer a benefit on those worthy of it, you confer a favor on all. ~ Publilius Syrus
419:He who gets the better of an irascible temperament conquers his worst enemy. ~ Publilius Syrus
420:It a wretched thing to suffer at the hand of one of whom we cannot complain. ~ Publilius Syrus
421:The circumstances of others seem good to us, while ours seem good to others. ~ Publilius Syrus
422:There is no gain so certain as that which arises from sparing what you have. ~ Publilius Syrus
423:To become rich is easy. Much harder is to solve the riddles of of the heart. ~ Publilius Syrus
424:To have the universe bear one company would be a great consolation in death. ~ Publilius Syrus
425:Let your life be pleasing to the multitude, and it can not be so to yourself. ~ Publilius Syrus
426:We must give lengthy deliberation to what has to be decided once and for all. ~ Publilius Syrus
427:When the bad imitate the good, there is no knowing what mischief is intended. ~ Publilius Syrus
428:You are in a pitiable condition if you have to conceal what you wish to tell. ~ Publilius Syrus
429:No hour brings good fortune to one man without bringing misfortune to another. ~ Publilius Syrus
430:The eyes see not what is before them when the mind is intent on other matters. ~ Publilius Syrus
431:Fortune, by being too lavish of her favours on a man, only makes a fool of him. ~ Publilius Syrus
432:One is not exposed to danger who, even when in safety is always on their guard. ~ Publilius Syrus
433:The person who receives the most favors is the one who knows how to return them. ~ Publilius Syrus
434:That should be regarded as a loss, which is won at the expense of our reputation. ~ Publilius Syrus
435:When you are in love you are not wise; or, when you are wise you are not in love. ~ Publilius Syrus
436:It is easy to defend the innocent; but who is eloquent enough to defend the guilty? ~ Publilius Syrus
437:Little does the sick man consult his own interests, who makes his physician his heir. ~ Publilius Syrus
438:Publilius Syrus, remarked: ‘We are interested in others when they are interested in us. ~ Dale Carnegie
439:To accept a favor is to sell one's freedom. -Beneficium accipere libertatem est vendere ~ Publilius Syrus
440:To have acquired wealth is with many not to end but to change the nature of their troubles. ~ Publilius Syrus
441:It is foolish to fear that which you cannot avoid. -Stultum est timere quod vitare non potes ~ Publilius Syrus
442:At daybreak, when loath to rise, have this thought in thy mind: I am rising for a man's work. ~ Publilius Syrus
443:Deliberando saepe perit occasio [The opportunity often slips away while we deliberate on it]. ~ Publilius Syrus
444:Even a god finds it hard to love and be wise at the same time. -Amare et sapere vix deo conceditur ~ Publilius Syrus
445:In the words of Publilius Syrus: A wise man will be master of his mind, A fool will be its slave. ~ David J Schwartz
446:That delay is our surest protection which enables us to deliberate on the merits of our intentions. ~ Publilius Syrus
447:The things which belong to others please us more, and that which is ours, is more pleasing to others ~ Publilius Syrus
448:A pleasant traveling companion on a journey is as good as a carriage. Each day is the scholar of yesterday. ~ Publilius Syrus
449:Anyone who believes that men are the equal of women has never seen a man trying to wrap a Christmas present. ~ Publilius Syrus
450:It is a most miserable lot to be without an enemy. [No man can be successful without being envied and hated.] ~ Publilius Syrus
451:Humility means accepting reality with no attempt to outsmart it. -David Richo A rolling stone can gather no moss ~ Publilius Syrus
452:Other people's things are more pleasing to us, and ours to other people. -Aliena nobis, nostra plus aliis placent ~ Publilius Syrus
453:When a woman is undisguisedly bad, then indeed she is good. [Comparatively speaking, as she at least lacks deception.] ~ Publilius Syrus
454:Publilius Syrus come to me: Amor animi arbitrio sumitur, non ponitur; we choose to love; we do not choose to cease loving. ~ Lauren Groff
455:There are men steady and wise whose body, words and mind are self-controlled. They are the men of supreme self-control. ~ Publilius Syrus
456:The property of others is always more inviting than our own; and that which we ourselves possess is most pleasing to others. ~ Publilius Syrus
457:Patiendo multa, venient quae nequeas pati. [A fuerza de soportar mucho, llegará lo que no pueda soportarse.] PUBLILIUS SYRUS ~ Santiago Posteguillo
458:The greater a man is in power above others, the more he ought to excel them in virtue. None ought to govern who is not better than the governed. ~ Publilius Syrus
459:To do two things at once is to do neither. —Publilius Syrus This is one of my favorite quotes on multitasking and it absolutely pertains to eating. Before I lived in Paris, it was not uncommon to see me eating a meal standing up, perhaps at my kitchen counter, with my cell phone lodged between my ear and my shoulder. Or worse yet, in front of the TV. By the time the meal was over, I wouldn’t have known I had eaten anything at all. ~ Jennifer L Scott
460:BIG IDEAS Go small. Don’t focus on being busy; focus on being productive. Allow what matters most to drive your day. Go extreme. Once you’ve figured out what actually matters, keep asking what matters most until there is only one thing left. That core activity goes at the top of your success list. Say no. Whether you say “later” or “never,” the point is to say “not now” to anything else you could do until your most important work is done. Don’t get trapped in the “check off” game. If we believe things don’t matter equally, we must act accordingly. We can’t fall prey to the notion that everything has to be done, that checking things off our list is what success is all about. We can’t be trapped in a game of “check off” that never produces a winner. The truth is that things don’t matter equally and success is found in doing what matters most. Sometimes it’s the first thing you do. Sometimes it’s the only thing you do. Regardless, doing the most important thing is always the most important thing. 5 MULTITASKING “To do two things at once is to do neither.” —Publilius Syrus So, if doing the most important thing is the most important thing, why would you try to do anything else at the same time? ~ Gary Keller

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Wikipedia - Fundamentalism -- Unwavering attachment to a set of irreducible beliefs
Scenic Route (2013) ::: 6.5/10 -- R | 1h 22min | Drama, Thriller | 23 August 2013 (USA) -- Tensions rise between lifelong friends Mitchell and Carter after their truck breaks down on an isolated desert road as they start to attack each other's life decisions with unwavering brutality. Directors: Kevin Goetz, Michael Goetz Writer:
https://diablo.fandom.com/wiki/Unwavering_Will
https://eq2.fandom.com/wiki/Unwavering_Resolve
https://forgottenrealms.fandom.com/wiki/Helm_of_Unwavering_Purpose
https://fruitsbasket.fandom.com/wiki/That's_an_Unwavering_Truth
Ahiru no Sora -- -- Diomedéa -- 50 eps -- Manga -- Comedy Sports Drama School Shounen -- Ahiru no Sora Ahiru no Sora -- Lacking what is considered the most important asset in basketball, Sora Kurumatani has struggled with his short height since the inception of his love for the game. Despite missing this beneficial aspect, Sora's unwavering drive never allowed his small stature to dictate his ability to play, believing strongly in trying his hardest and persistently practicing to prove his capability. -- -- In hopes of satisfying his mother's wishes, Sora enters Kuzuryuu High School to become a member of the basketball club and compete wholeheartedly in tournaments. However, Sora is disappointed to find out that the boy's basketball team is nothing but a retreat for punks who have no interest in the sport. Sora also comes to learn that brothers Chiaki and Momoharu Hanazono—whom he becomes acquainted with—have also lost their once spirited motivation to play. -- -- Determined to revive the basketball team, Sora challenges the boys to a match against him, where his quick feet and swift movements overwhelm the group. Gradually affected by Sora's impressive skills, sheer effort, and tireless devotion to basketball, the boys unexpectedly find their burnt-out passion for the game rekindling once again. -- -- 139,580 7.33
Ahiru no Sora -- -- Diomedéa -- 50 eps -- Manga -- Comedy Sports Drama School Shounen -- Ahiru no Sora Ahiru no Sora -- Lacking what is considered the most important asset in basketball, Sora Kurumatani has struggled with his short height since the inception of his love for the game. Despite missing this beneficial aspect, Sora's unwavering drive never allowed his small stature to dictate his ability to play, believing strongly in trying his hardest and persistently practicing to prove his capability. -- -- In hopes of satisfying his mother's wishes, Sora enters Kuzuryuu High School to become a member of the basketball club and compete wholeheartedly in tournaments. However, Sora is disappointed to find out that the boy's basketball team is nothing but a retreat for punks who have no interest in the sport. Sora also comes to learn that brothers Chiaki and Momoharu Hanazono—whom he becomes acquainted with—have also lost their once spirited motivation to play. -- -- Determined to revive the basketball team, Sora challenges the boys to a match against him, where his quick feet and swift movements overwhelm the group. Gradually affected by Sora's impressive skills, sheer effort, and tireless devotion to basketball, the boys unexpectedly find their burnt-out passion for the game rekindling once again. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks -- 139,580 7.33
Ao no Kanata no Four Rhythm -- -- Gonzo -- 12 eps -- Visual novel -- Sci-Fi Sports Drama School -- Ao no Kanata no Four Rhythm Ao no Kanata no Four Rhythm -- With the invention of anti-gravitational shoes known as Grav-Shoes, the ability to fly freely has become an everyday experience for the people inhabiting a four-island archipelago south of Japan. This invention has brought the people new ways of living and also a new sport known as "Flying Circus," where participants gain points by either touching floating buoys or their opponent's back. -- -- The gullible and clumsy Asuka Kurashina, newly transferred to Kunahama High School, enters this world of flight unknowingly when she is able to pull off a difficult maneuver the first time she participates in a Flying Circus match. Eventually, this leads her to join her school’s Flying Circus club. Led by their coach, Masaya Hinata, their members consist of the experienced Misaki Tobisawa and her overprotective friend, Mashiro Arisaka. Ao no Kanata no Four Rhythm follows this rookie group soaring high above the skies and toward their dreams, armed only with their unwavering passion against an uncertain future. -- -- 129,466 6.69
Ao no Kanata no Four Rhythm -- -- Gonzo -- 12 eps -- Visual novel -- Sci-Fi Sports Drama School -- Ao no Kanata no Four Rhythm Ao no Kanata no Four Rhythm -- With the invention of anti-gravitational shoes known as Grav-Shoes, the ability to fly freely has become an everyday experience for the people inhabiting a four-island archipelago south of Japan. This invention has brought the people new ways of living and also a new sport known as "Flying Circus," where participants gain points by either touching floating buoys or their opponent's back. -- -- The gullible and clumsy Asuka Kurashina, newly transferred to Kunahama High School, enters this world of flight unknowingly when she is able to pull off a difficult maneuver the first time she participates in a Flying Circus match. Eventually, this leads her to join her school’s Flying Circus club. Led by their coach, Masaya Hinata, their members consist of the experienced Misaki Tobisawa and her overprotective friend, Mashiro Arisaka. Ao no Kanata no Four Rhythm follows this rookie group soaring high above the skies and toward their dreams, armed only with their unwavering passion against an uncertain future. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Crunchyroll, Funimation -- 129,466 6.69
Assassins Pride -- -- EMT Squared -- 12 eps -- Light novel -- Fantasy -- Assassins Pride Assassins Pride -- On the brink of extinction, mankind has downsized and now solely resides in the city-state of Flandore, living in cities encased by glass domes. Beyond the domes exist vicious lycanthropes who thrive in the darkness; among the citizens inside, a clear distinction between the nobility and commoners is in place. The blood of nobles enables them to utilize mana, granting them abilities that exceed human limits and greatly assist them in defeating lycanthropes. -- -- Already 13 years of age, noble Melida Angel has yet to manifest her mana, and attends an elite academy where she is mistreated for her lack thereof. In order to help her, Kufa Vampir is ordered by the Angel family to become Melida's tutor. While Kufa seems to be a mere mentor, an ulterior motive lurks behind his job—he is to assassinate her if he confirms that she does not possess mana. -- -- Kufa's investigation eventually leads him to determine he must eliminate Melida. However, Kufa is struck by her unwavering determination, spirit, and belief in herself when he witnesses her in a fight, choosing instead to offer a way she can manifest her magic. As Melida learns to use mana with the help of Kufa's teachings, Kufa forsakes his mission and jeopardizes everything to keep his discovery of Melida unknown to the Angel family and his own guild. However, both Kufa and Melida will soon realize that hiding their secret will not be the only challenge they face, as unforeseen trouble is waiting just around the corner. -- -- 231,931 5.92
Baccano! Specials -- -- Brain's Base -- 3 eps -- Light novel -- Action Comedy Historical Mystery Supernatural -- Baccano! Specials Baccano! Specials -- In 1929, Ladd Russo spared Graham Specter's life and earned his unwavering loyalty. Three years later, Graham is infuriated upon learning that Ladd was pushed off the train after the events aboard the Flying Pussyfoot. As a man of bizarre yet passionate philosophies, he plans to make an offering to Ladd by kidnapping Eve Genoard and subsequently capturing Jacuzzi Splot, who has been living in the Genoard mansion with his gang. -- -- Meanwhile, Jacuzzi and his gang take in an unfamiliar woman, Elmer C. Albatross pays a visit to the prison to meet an old friend, and Czeslaw Meyer runs into the man he hoped he would never see again. -- -- These seemingly separate storylines merge, tying up several loose ends and revealing the whole truth of the anomaly that occurred aboard the Advena Avis in 1711. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Aniplex of America, Funimation -- Special - Feb 27, 2008 -- 155,505 8.14
Baccano! Specials -- -- Brain's Base -- 3 eps -- Light novel -- Action Comedy Historical Mystery Supernatural -- Baccano! Specials Baccano! Specials -- In 1929, Ladd Russo spared Graham Specter's life and earned his unwavering loyalty. Three years later, Graham is infuriated upon learning that Ladd was pushed off the train after the events aboard the Flying Pussyfoot. As a man of bizarre yet passionate philosophies, he plans to make an offering to Ladd by kidnapping Eve Genoard and subsequently capturing Jacuzzi Splot, who has been living in the Genoard mansion with his gang. -- -- Meanwhile, Jacuzzi and his gang take in an unfamiliar woman, Elmer C. Albatross pays a visit to the prison to meet an old friend, and Czeslaw Meyer runs into the man he hoped he would never see again. -- -- These seemingly separate storylines merge, tying up several loose ends and revealing the whole truth of the anomaly that occurred aboard the Advena Avis in 1711. -- -- Special - Feb 27, 2008 -- 155,505 8.14
Slam Dunk -- -- Toei Animation -- 101 eps -- Manga -- Comedy Drama School Shounen Sports -- Slam Dunk Slam Dunk -- Hanamichi Sakuragi, infamous for his temper, massive height, and fire-red hair, enrolls in Shohoku High, hoping to finally get a girlfriend and break his record of being rejected 50 consecutive times in middle school. His notoriety precedes him, however, leading to him being avoided by most students. Soon, after certain events, Hanamichi is left with two unwavering thoughts: "I hate basketball," and "I desperately need a girlfriend." -- -- One day, a girl named Haruko Akagi approaches him without any knowledge of his troublemaking ways and asks him if he likes basketball. Hanamichi immediately falls head over heels in love with her, blurting out a fervent affirmative. She then leads him to the gymnasium, where she asks him if he can do a slam dunk. In an attempt to impress Haruko, he makes the leap, but overshoots, instead slamming his head straight into the blackboard. When Haruko informs the basketball team's captain of Hanamichi's near-inhuman physical capabilities, he slowly finds himself drawn into the camaraderie and competition of the sport he had previously held resentment for. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Flatiron Film Company, Geneon Entertainment USA -- TV - Oct 16, 1993 -- 210,906 8.52
Slam Dunk -- -- Toei Animation -- 101 eps -- Manga -- Comedy Drama School Shounen Sports -- Slam Dunk Slam Dunk -- Hanamichi Sakuragi, infamous for his temper, massive height, and fire-red hair, enrolls in Shohoku High, hoping to finally get a girlfriend and break his record of being rejected 50 consecutive times in middle school. His notoriety precedes him, however, leading to him being avoided by most students. Soon, after certain events, Hanamichi is left with two unwavering thoughts: "I hate basketball," and "I desperately need a girlfriend." -- -- One day, a girl named Haruko Akagi approaches him without any knowledge of his troublemaking ways and asks him if he likes basketball. Hanamichi immediately falls head over heels in love with her, blurting out a fervent affirmative. She then leads him to the gymnasium, where she asks him if he can do a slam dunk. In an attempt to impress Haruko, he makes the leap, but overshoots, instead slamming his head straight into the blackboard. When Haruko informs the basketball team's captain of Hanamichi's near-inhuman physical capabilities, he slowly finds himself drawn into the camaraderie and competition of the sport he had previously held resentment for. -- -- TV - Oct 16, 1993 -- 210,906 8.52
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