92.先下手为强catch the ball before the bound.
93.像热锅上的蚂蚁like an ant on a hot pan.
94.现身说法warn people by taking oneself as an example.
95.息事宁人pour oil on troubled waters.
96.喜忧参半mingled hope and fear.
97.循序渐进step by step.
98.一路平安，一路顺风speed somebody on their way; speed the parting guest.
99.严以律己,宽以待人be strict with oneself and lenient towards others.
100.鱼米之乡a natural or grand granary.
101.有情人终成眷属'Jack shall have Jill, all shall be well.'
102.有钱能使鬼推磨Money makes the mare go. Money talks.
103. 有识之士people of vision.
104.有勇无谋use brawn rather than brain.
105.有缘千里来相会Separated as we are thousands of miles apart, we come together as if by predestination.
106.与时俱进advance with times.
107.以人为本people oriented; people foremost.
108.因材施教teach students according to their aptitude.
109.欲穷千里目，更上一层楼'to ascend another storey to see a thousand miles further; Ascend further, were you to look farther; Would eye embrace a thousand miles? Go up, one flight.' a land of milk and honey.
110.欲速则不达Haste does not bring success.
111. 优胜劣汰survival of the fittest.
112.英雄所见略同Great minds think alike.
113.冤家宜解不宜结Better make friends than make enemies.
114.冤假错案'cases in which people were unjustly, falsely or wrongly charged or sentenced; unjust, false or wrong cases'.
115.一言既出，驷马难追A real man never goes back on his words.
116.招财进宝Money and treasures will be plentiful.
119. 众矢之的target of public criticism.
120.知己知彼,百战不殆Know the enemy and know yourself, and you can fight a hundred battles with no danger of defeat.
121. 纸上谈兵be an armchair strategist.
122.纸包不住火Truth will come to light sooner or later.
123.左右为难between the devil and the deep blue sea.