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Fill in the blank with the most appropriate word.
________ loose all.
He that never climbed
If you run after two hares
If wishes were horses
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Option B is the correct answer because the idiom 'grasp all, loose all' means that one who wants everything, may lose it all.
Options A, C, D and E are incorrect because none of these would complete the idiom correctly.
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