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1. Napoleon himself was once a crying baby.
2. Nature abhors a vacuum.
3. Nature has given us two ears, two eyes, and but one tongue, to the end that we should hear
and see more than we speak.
4. Nature is the glass reflecting truth.
5. Nature teaches us to love our friends but religion our enemies.
6. Nature, time, and patience are the three great physicians.
7. Nature will have its course.
8. Naughty boys sometimes make good men.
9. Necessity and opportunity may make a coward valiant.
10. Necessity (or Need) has (or knows) no law.
11. Necessity is the mother of invention
12. Necessity knows no law.
13. Need makes the old wife trot.
14. Needs must when the devil drives.
15. Neglect of health is doctor's wealth.
16. Never be weary of well doing.
17. Never cackle till your egg is laid.
18. Never cast dirt into that fountain of which thou hast sometime dunk.
19. Never do things by halves.
20. Never embark on what comes after without having mastered what goes before.
21. Never fry a fish till it's caught.
22. Never judge by appearances.
23. Never look a gift horse in the mouth.
24. Never neglect an opportunity for improvement.
25. Never offer to teach fish to swim.
26. Never put off till tomorrow what may be done today.
27. Never put the plow before the oxen.
28. Never say die! Up man, and try.
29. Never say of another what you would not have him hear.
30. Never show the bottom of your purse or your mind.
31. Never swap horses while crossing the stream.
32. Never think yourself above your business.
33. Never too late to mend.
34. Never too late to repent.
35. Never too old to learn.
36. Never trouble trouble till trouble troubles you.
37. Never trust another what you should do yourself.
38. Never trust of fine words.
39. Never try to prove what nobody doubts.
40. Never twice without three times.
41. New brooms sweep clean.
42. New lords, new laws.
43. News is like fish.
44. Newspapers are the world's mirrors.
45. Nightingales will not sing in a cage.
46. No answer is also answer.
47. No bees, no honey; no work, no money.
48. No cross, no crown.
49. No gains without pains.
50. No garden without its weeds.
51. No good building without a good foundation.
52. No great loss without some small gain.
53. No herb will cure love.
54. No joy without annoy.
55. No living man all things can.
56. No longer pipe, no longer dance.
57. No love is foul, nor prison fair.
58. No man can be a good ruler unless he has first been ruled.
59. No man can do two things at once.
60. No man can make a good coat with bad cloth.
61. No man can serve two masters.
62. No man ever became great or good except through many and great mistakes.
63. No man ever became thoroughly bad at once.
64. No man ever yet became great by imitation.
65. No man is a hero to his valet.
66. No man (or one) is born wise or learned.
67. No man is content.
68. No man is content with his lot.
69. No man is so old, but thinks he may yet live another year.
70. No man is the worst for knowing the worst of himself.
71. No man (or one) is wise at all times.
72. No man knows when he shall die, although he knows he must die.
73. No man learns but by pain or shame.
74. No man loves his fetters be they made of gold.
75. No mill, no meal.
76. No money, no honey.
77. None are so deaf as those who will not hear.
78. None but a wise man can employ leisure well.
79. None but the brave deserve the fair.
80. None but the wearer knows where the shoe pinches.
81. None knows the weight of another's burden.
82. None preaches better than the ant, and she says nothing.
83. None so blind as those who won't see.
84. None so deaf as those that won't hear.
85. No news is good news.
86. No one can be perfectly free till all are free; no one can be perfectly moral till all are moral;
no one can be perfectly happy till all are happy.
87. No one can call back yesterday.
88. No one can disgrace us but ourselves.
89. No one can have all he desires.
90. No one is a fool always, every one sometimes.
91. No one (or man) is born wise or learned.
92. No one is wise at all times.
93. No one is wise enough to advise himself.
94. No one is wise in his own affairs.
95. No one knows the weight of another's burden.
96. No pain, no palm; no thorns, no throne; no gall, no glory; no cross, no crown.
97. No pains, no gains.
98. No piper can please all ears.
99. No pleasure without alloy (or pain or repentance).
100. No possession, but use, is the only riches.
101. No practice, no gain in one's wit.
102. Nor fame I slight, nor for her favors call; she come unlooked for, if she comes at all.
103. No road is long with good company.
104. No root, no fruit.
105. No rose without a thorn.
106. No rule without an exception.
107. No safe wading in an unknown water.
108. No smoke without some fire.
109. No song, no supper.
110. No sooner said than done.
111. No sunshine but bath some shadow.
112. No sweat, no sweet.
113. No sweet without some sweat.
114. Nothing brave, nothing have.
115. Nothing comes amiss to a hungry man.
116. Nothing comes from (or of) nothing.
117. Nothing comes out of the sack but what was in it.
118. Nothing comes wrong to a hungry man.
119. Nothing crave, nothing have.
120. Nothing for nothing and very little for a half penny.
121. Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.
122. Nothing is difficult to a man who wills.
123. Nothing is impossible to willing mind (or heart).
124. Nothing is impossible (or difficult) to the man who will try.
125. Nothing is really beautiful but truth.
126. Nothing is stolen without hands.
127. Nothing must be done hastily but killing of fleas.
128. Nothing seek, nothing find.
129. Nothing so bad, as not to be good for something.
130. Nothing so necessary for travelers as languages.
131. Nothing succeeds like success.
132. Nothing to be got without pains but poverty.
133. Nothing venture, nothing win (or have or gain).
134. Nothing will come of nothing.
135. No time like the present.
136. Not let the grass grow under one's feet.
137. Novelty is the great parent of pleasure.
138. No vice goes alone.
139. No way is impossible to courage
140. No wisdom like silence.
141. Now or never.
142. No wrong without remedy.