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Dead men tell no tales[1]

Devil take the hindmost[1]

Discretion is the better part of valour[1]
Do as I say, not as I do[1]
Do as you would be done by[1]
Do unto others as you would have them do unto you[1]
Do not bite the hand that feeds you[1]
Do not burn your bridges behind you[1]
Do not cast your pearls before swine[1]
Do not cry over spilled milk
Do not change horses in midstream[1]
Do not count your chickens before they are hatched[1]

Do not cross the bridge till you come to it[1]

Do not cut off your nose to spite your face[1]
Do not fish for a shark with your hands, fish for hands with a shark.
Do not keep a dog and bark yourself[1]
Do not look a gift horse in the mouth[1]
Do not make a mountain of a mole hill
Do not meet troubles half-way[1]
Do not put all your eggs in one basket[1]
Do not put the cart before the horse[1]
Do not put new wine into old bottles[1]
Do not rock the boat[1]
Do not spoil the ship for a ha'pworth of tar[1]
Do not throw pearls to swine[1]
Do not teach your Grandmother to suck eggs[1]
Do not throw the baby out with the bathwater[1]
Do not try to walk before you can crawl[1]
Do not upset the apple-cart[1]
Do not wash your dirty linen in public[1]
Do not sympathize with those who can not empathize
Doubt is the beginning, not the end, of wisdom[1]