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    An empty barrel makes the most noise.

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    An empty belly hears nobody.

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    An idle mind is the devil's workshop.

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    An illiterate king is a crowned ass.

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    Anger dies quickly with a good man.

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    Anger edges valor.

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    Anger is often more hurtful than the injury that caused it.

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    Anger is shortlived in a good man.

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    Better wear out shoes than sheets.

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    Better wed over the mixen than over the moor.

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    Beware of a man of one book.

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    Big boast, small roast.

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    Big thunder, little rain.

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    Blest is the bride the sun shines on.

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    Blind is the bookless man.

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    Blind men can judge no colours.

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    Blind men should not judge of colours.

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    Cats hide their claws.

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    Children are poor men's riches.

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    Children suck the mother when they are young and the father when they are old.

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    Confession is the first step to repentance.

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    Craftiness must have clothes, but truth loves to go naked.

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    Crooked logs make straight fires.

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    Danger and delight grow on one stalk.

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    Danger is next neighbor to security.

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