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UGLYCUGLINESS
@@ Ugly women, finely dressed, are the uglier for it. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚Q‚W
@@ Love hides ugliness. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚T‚R

UNION
@@ Union is strength. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚R‚S

UNITE
@@ United we stand, divided we fall. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚R‚S

UNITY
@@ In unity there is strength. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚R‚S

USECUSELESS
@@ Curiosity is endless, restless, and useless. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚Q‚O
@@ It is no use crying over spilt milk. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚P‚W
@@ It is no use spoiling the ship for a ha'p'orth of tar. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚R‚S
@@ It is useless to flog a dead horse. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚P‚O
@@ Keep a thing seven years and you'll (always) find a use for it. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚T‚V
@@ Sweet are the uses of adversity.[Shakespeare] Λ ‹³ŒP ‚U‚Q

VAIN
@@ In vain the net is spread in the sight of the bird.@Λ ‹³ŒP@‚W‚P

VALIANT
@@ Necessity and opportunity may make a coward valiant. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚U‚S
@@ The valiant never taste of death but once. [Shakespeare] Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚U‚Q

VALLEY
@@ He that stays in the valley, shall never get over the hill. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚X‚Q

VARIETY
@@ Variety is the spice of life.[William Cowper] Λ ‹³ŒP ‚S‚U

VENGEANCE
@@ Heaven's vengeance is slow but sure. Λ‹³ŒP@‚T‚S
@@ The noblest vengeance is to forgive. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚Q‚U

VESSEL
@@ Do not look upon the vessel but upon that which it contains. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚Q‚T
@@ Empty vessels make the most sound. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚R E Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚P‚Q

VICE
@@ Every extremity is a vice. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚U‚W
@@ Hypocrisy is a homage that vice pays to virtue. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚U‚P

VILLAGE
@@ Better be first in the village than second at Rome. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚S‚T

VINEGAR
@@ From the sweetest wine, the tartest vinegar. Λ ‹³ŒP@@‚R
@@ Honey catches more flies than vinegar. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚X‚X
@@ The sweetest wine makes the sharpest (or tartest) vinegar. Λ ‹³ŒP@@‚R
@@ You can catch more flies with honey than with vinegar. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚X‚X

VIRTUE
@@ Every man has the defects of his own virtues. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚R‚Q
@@ He that sows virtue, reaps fame. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚Q‚P
@@ Hypocrisy is a homage that vice pays to virtue. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚U‚P
@@ Patience is a virtue. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚O‚S
@@ Virtue is found in the middle. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚V‚P
@@ Virtue is its own reward. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚Q‚P

VOLUNTEER
@@ One volunteer is worth two pressed men. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚X‚P

VOW
@@ Vows made in storms are forgotten in calms. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚T‚R


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