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    Soft fire makes sweet malt.

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    Some men go through a forest and see no firewood.

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    Some men have only one book in them, others a library.

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    Spread the table and contention will cease.

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    Spring has come when you can put your foot on three daisies.

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    Spring is when you feel like whistling even with a shoe full of slush.

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    Sticks and stones will break my bones, but names will never hurt me.

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    Still he fisheth that catcheth one.

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    Sweep in front of your own door.

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    Take a dog for a companion and a stick in your hand.

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    Take a hair of the dog that has bitten you.

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    Take care of your pennies and your pounds will take care of your heirs and barristers.

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    Take heed of enemies reconciled, and of meat twice boiled.

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    The afterthought is good for nought, except it be to catch blind horses with.

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    The bait hides the hook.

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    The calmest husbands make the stormiest wives.

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    The camel asking for horns lost also his ears. [In grasping for things we need not, we often lose what we have.]

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    The cat has nine lives: three for playing, three for straying, three for staying.

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    The darkest hour is that before the dawn.

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    The Devil's children have the Devil's luck.

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    The difference is wide that the sheets will not decide.

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    The eyes are the window of the soul.

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    The face is no index to the heart.

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    The golden age never was the present age.

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    The greater the sinner, the greater the saint.

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