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    To rise at six, eat at ten, sup at six, go to bed at ten, makes a man live years ten times ten.

    Source: French
    To rob a robber is not robbing.

    Source: French
    To rude words deaf ears.

    Source: French
    To rule the mountains is to rule the river.

    Source: French
    To scare a bird is not the way to catch it.

    Source: French
    To see it rain is better than to be in it.

    Source: French
    To squeeze an eel too hard is the way to lose it.

    Source: French
    To the devil with so many masters, said the toad to the harrow.

    Source: French
    To the jaundiced all things seem yellow.

    Source: French
    To want to forget something is to remember it.

    Source: French
    To wash an ass's head is but loss of time and soap. (To reprove a fool is but lost labour.)

    Source: French
    To whom do you offer your shells for sale? To people who come from Saint Michel (where shells abound).

    Source: French
    Too keen an edge does not cut, too fine a point does not pierce.

    Source: French
    Too late the bird cries out when it is caught.

    Source: French
    Too late to grieve when the chance is past.

    Source: French
    Too much scratching smarts, too much talking harms.

    Source: French
    Too much water drowned the miller.

    Source: French
    Too much zeal spoils all.

    Source: French
    Too to will in two.

    Source: French
    Touch not another man's money, for the most honest never added to it.

    Source: French
    Tough times don't last but tough people do.

    Source: French
    Trade follows the flag.

    Source: French
    Trade knows neither friends or kindred.

    Source: French
    Travellers from afar can lie with impunity.

    Source: French
    Tread on a worm and it will turn.

    Source: French
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