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IDLE
@@ An idle brain is the devil's workshop. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚P‚R
@@ An idle youth, a needy age. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚S‚T
@@ Idle folk (people) have the least leisure. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚O‚W
@@ Idle hands are the devil's workshop. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚P‚R
@@ Idleness is the root of all evil. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚P‚R
@@ Satan always finds work for idle hands. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚P‚R
@@ The devil finds work for idle hands to do. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚P‚R

IDOL
@@ Great men are great idols. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚R‚U

IGNORANCE
@@ Ignorance is bliss. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚U‚W
@@ Ignorance of the law excuses no man.@Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚V‚R
@@ Ignorance of the law is no excuse for breaking it. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚V‚R
@@ Where ignorance is bliss, 'tis folly to be wise.[Thomas Gray] Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚U‚W

ILL
@@ A great man and a great river are often ill neighbors. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚R‚W
@@ An ill payer never wants an excuse. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚X‚T
@@ An ill-marriage is a spring of ill fortune. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚T‚V
@@ Better be still single than ill married. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚T‚V
@@ By doing nothing we learn to do ill. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚P‚R
@@ Doing nothing is doing ill. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚P‚R
@@ He that has an ill name is half hanged. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚O‚P
@@ He that will do no ill, must do nothing that belongs thereto. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚Q‚P
@@ Ill got, ill gone. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚S‚X
@@ It is an ill bird that fouls its own nest.@Λ ‹³ŒP‚S
@@ It is an ill wind that blows nobody any good. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚T‚W
@@ It is ill jesting with edged tools. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚Q‚Q
@@ It is ill striving against the stream. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚V‚V
@@ It is ill waiting for dead men's shoes. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚X‚R
@@ Never speak ill of the dead. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚O‚Q
@@ The wolf knows what the ill heart (or beast) thinks. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚U‚U
@@ We may not expect a good whelp from an ill dog. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚S‚O
@@ When children stand quiet they have done some ill. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚O‚V

IMITATION
@@ Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚P‚S

IMPRESSION
@@ First impressions are most lasting. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚W‚V

INCH
@@ An inch in a miss is as good as an ell. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚R‚R
@@ Give a man (or him) an inch, and he will take a mile. Λ ‹³ŒP‚V‚O
@@ Give knaves an inch and they will take a yard. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚U‚Q
@@ Men are not to be measured by inches. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚Q‚T

INCONVENIENCE
@@ Poverty is no disgrace, but it is a great inconvenience. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚T‚V

INDUSTRY
@@ Want is the mother of industry. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚X‚O

INNOCENCE
@@ Innocence is bold. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚U‚O

INSPIRATION
@@ Genius is one per cent inspiration, ninety-nine per cent perspiration.[Thomas Edison] Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚O‚T
@@ Ninety percent of inspiration is perspiration. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚O‚T

INSTINCT
@@ Women's instinct is often truer than men's reasoning. Λ ƒRƒgƒƒU‚±‚Ϊ‚κ˜bi‚Uj

INTENTION
@@ Hell is full of good intentions (or wishes). Λ ‹³ŒP ‚X‚R
@@ The road to hell is paved with good intentions.[J. Boswell] Λ ‹³ŒP ‚X‚R

INVENTCINVENTION
@@ If God did not exist, it would be necessary to invent Him. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚T‚S
@@ Necessity is the mother of invention. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚X‚O

IRON
@@ Don't have too many irons in the fire. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚W‚S
@@ Strike while the iron is hot.@Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚P‚S


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