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The feeling of mistrust is always the last which a great mind acquires.

The feeling of mistrust is always the last which a great mind acquires.

by Jean Baptiste Racine Found in: Distrust Quotes,
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A friend in need is a friend indeed.

A friend in need is a friend indeed.

by Jean Baptiste Racine Found in: General Sayings,
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But innocence has nothing to dread.
[Fr., Mais l'innocence enfin n'a rien a redouter.]

But innocence has nothing to dread.
[Fr., Mais l'innocence enfin n'a rien a redouter.]

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The crime of a mother is a heavy burden.
[Fr., Le crime d'une mere est un pesant fardeau.]

The crime of a mother is a heavy burden.
[Fr., Le crime d'une mere est un pesant fardeau.]

by Jean Baptiste Racine Found in: Crime Quotes,
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Small crimes always precede great ones. Never have we seen timid innocence pass suddenly to extreme licentiousness.

Small crimes always precede great ones. Never have we seen timid innocence pass suddenly to extreme licentiousness.

by Jean Baptiste Racine Found in: Crime Quotes,
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