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"tout vainqueur insolent à sa perte. "

German translation: Hochmut kommt vor dem Fall

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17:13 Feb 10, 2007
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French term or phrase: "tout vainqueur insolent à sa perte. "
Mais gardez-vous d'un triomphalisme béat, ou d'une attitude méprisante envers ceux qui ont eu moins de mérite ou de chance que vous. Rappelez-vous que tout vainqueur insolent à sa perte.
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Local time: 12:43
German translation:Hochmut kommt vor dem Fall
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Local time: 12:43
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Hochmut kommt vor dem Fall


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Local time: 12:43
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