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Boethius - Thus, where'er the drift of hazard 
 Seems most unrestrained to flow, 
 Chance herself is reined and bitted, 
 And the curb of law doth know.
  • Boethius
    Boethius
    Roman senator, consul, magister officiorum, and philosopher
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    Thus, where'er the drift of hazard Seems most unrestrained to flow, Chance herself is reined and bitted, And the curb of law doth know.
    Source: De Consolatione Philosophia

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Thus, where'er the drift of hazard Seems most unrestrained to flow, Chance herself is reined and bitted, And the curb of law doth know. by: Boethius
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Thus, where'er the drift of hazard Seems most unrestrained to flow, Chance herself is reined and bitted, And the curb of law doth know.
- Boethius
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