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    Let every man praise the bridge he goes over.

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    Let him make use of instinct who cannot make use of reason.

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    Many a true word is spoken in jest.

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    Many things are lost for want of asking.

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    Much ado and little help.

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    Never fall out with your bread and butter.

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    Never love with all your heart, it only ends in breaking.

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    None can guess the jewel by the casket.

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    None ever took a stone out of the temple but the dust did fly in his eyes.

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    Of wine the middle, of oil the top, and of honey the bottom is best.

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    One funeral makes many.

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    Peace makes plenty.

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    Plenty know good ale, but don't know much after that.

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    Poor Trust is dead; Bad Pay killed him.

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    Proportion your expenses to what you have, not what you expect.

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    Prosperity discovers vices, and adversity virtue.

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    Proverbs are the children of experience.

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    Rain before seven; clear before eleven.

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    Raw cucumber makes the churchyards prosperous.

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    Raw leather will stretch.

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    Revenge is a dish that should be eaten cold.

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    Sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander.

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    Self-praise is no praise at all.

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    Set out wisely at first; custom will make every virtue more easy and pleasant to you than any vice can be.

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    Short acquaintance brings repentance.

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