Proverb Source Maltese



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  • Proverb Source: Maltese [1]

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    A cry, a sniff, and all comes to naught.

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    A cup must be bitter that a smile will not sweeten.

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    A kiss without a hug is like a flower without the fragrance.

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    An oven whose door does not shut does not bake its loaves.

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    Charm is stronger than beauty.

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    Chasten thy son while there is hope.

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    Death rights everything.

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    Death said to the man with his throat cut, "How ugly you look."

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    Enjoy yourself, for there is nothing in the world we can call our own.

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    Far from the eye, far from the heart.

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    I am dead. It is as if everybody were dead. Let the man left behind shut the door if he wants to.

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    Mountain does not meet mountain, but a face meets another face.

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    No one takes away anything with him.

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    One man's death is another man's life.

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    One man's fault is another man's lesson.

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    Only death is certain.

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    Only fools and horses work.

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    The good cow gets sold in its own country.

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    The good die first: And those, whose hearts are dry as summer dust, Burn to the socket.

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    The good die young.

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    The wallet of the timid man neither increases nor decreases.

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    Time gives good advice.

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    Today me, tomorrow you.

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    Today you; tomorrow me.

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    We are all equal before death.

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