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    One must be either anvil or hammer.

    Source: French
    One must howl with the wolves.

    Source: French
    One must lose a minnow to catch a salmon.

    Source: French
    One must needs like what one cannot hinder.

    Source: French
    One must pass through the door or the window.

    Source: French
    One must step back to make the better leap.

    Source: French
    One must talk soothingly to the dog until one has passed him.

    Source: French
    One never gets more than one's money's worth of anything.

    Source: French
    One never goes so far as when one don't know whither one is going.

    Source: French
    One often has need of a lesser than oneself.

    Source: French
    One scabby sheep is enough to spoil the whole flock.

    Source: French
    One should choose a wife with the ears, rather than with the eyes.

    Source: French
    Only he who does nothing makes a mistake.

    Source: French
    Other times, other manners.

    Source: French
    Out of yes and no comes all dispute.

    Source: French
    Out with the old, in with the new.

    Source: French
    Paper bears anything.

    Source: French
    Paris was not built in a day.

    Source: French
    Parsley seed goes nine times to the Devil.

    Source: French
    Patience is the virtue of asses.

    Source: French
    People count the faults of those who keep them waiting.

    Source: French
    People count up the faults of those who keep them waiting.

    Source: French
    People lend only to the rich.

    Source: French
    People make the bells say what they please.

    Source: French
    People take more pains to be damned than to be saved.

    Source: French
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