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    A full person does not understand the needs of the hungry.
    Category: Food and hunger Source: Irish
    Falling is easier than rising.
    Category: Fame Source: Irish
    A blind man can see his mouth.

    Source: Irish
    A buckle is a great addition to an old shoe.

    Source: Irish
    A cabin with plenty of food is better than a hungry castle.

    Source: Irish
    A dimple in the chin; a devil within.

    Source: Irish
    A disease known is half cured.

    Source: Irish
    A dog with two homes is never any good.

    Source: Irish
    A fast is better than a bad meal.

    Source: Irish
    A good laugh and a long sleep are the best cures in the doctor's book.

    Source: Irish
    A good retreat is better than a bad stand.

    Source: Irish
    A good servant makes a good master.

    Source: Irish
    A hut is a palace to the poor man.

    Source: Irish
    A lock is better than suspicion.

    Source: Irish
    A man is often a bad adviser to himself and a good adviser to another.

    Source: Irish
    A narrow neck keeps the bottle from being emptied in one swig.

    Source: Irish
    A new broom sweeps clean, but an old broom knows the corners.

    Source: Irish
    A nod is as good as a wink to a blind horse.

    Source: Irish
    A nod's as good as a wink to a blind horse.

    Source: Irish
    A quarrel is like buttermilk: once it's out of the churn, the more you shake it, the more sour it grows.

    Source: Irish
    A quiet tongue shows a wise head.

    Source: Irish
    A scholar's ink lasts longer than a martyr's blood.

    Source: Irish
    A silent mouth is sweet to hear.

    Source: Irish
    A sly rogue is often in good dress.

    Source: Irish
    A small benefit obtained is better than a great one in expectation.

    Source: Irish
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