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Neither a borrower nor a lender be

Possible interpretation: Do not borrow things. Do not lend things.

Note: borrow (verb) = take and use money or some other thing that one does not own with the intention of returning it later | borrower (noun) = a person who borrows | lend (verb) = allow another person to use money or some other thing that one owns with their agreement to return it later | lender (verb) = a person who lends

Quick Quiz:

The saying "Neither a borrower nor a lender be" is self-evidently not a philosophy of
  1. the library system
  2. the justice system
  3. the banking system

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