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    Familiarity breeds contempt.

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    Fancy passes beauty.

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    Far fowls have fair feathers.

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    Far from court, far from care.

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    First deserve, and then desire.

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    First impressions are the most lasting.

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    Fools build houses, and wise men buy them.

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    Foul water will quench fire.

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    Give neither advice nor salt, until you are asked for it.

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    Give neither counsel nor salt till you are asked for it.

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    Have you any Spanish? (Meaning, Have you got any money?)

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    He declares himself guilty who justifies himself before accusation.

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    He is lifeless that is faultless.

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    He opens the door with an ax.

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    He that buyeth magistracy will seek justice.

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    He that does amiss may do well.

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    He that goes barefoot must not plant thorns.

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    He that seeks trouble always finds it.

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    He that seeks trouble never misses.

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    He that serves at the altar ought to live by the altar.

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    He that shippeth the devil must make the best of him.

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    He that will steal an egg will steal an ox.

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    He that will take the bird must not scare it.

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    He that will thrive must first ask his wife.

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    He that will to Cupar maun to Cupar.

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