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Qui timide rogat, docet negare

“Qui timide rogat, docet negare” is a Latin proverb, which means ” He who asks timidly teaches to be denied.” This proverb highlights the fact that if someone asks for something hesitantly or with a lack of confidence, they are more likely to be refused or denied. It implies that being assertive and confident is often necessary when making requests or seeking assistance from others.

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