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    Much coin, much care.

    Source: Portuguese
    Much cry and little wool.

    Source: Portuguese
    Much laughter, little wit.

    Source: Portuguese
    Much law, but little justice.

    Source: Portuguese
    Much meat, much maladies.

    Source: Portuguese
    Much straw and little corn.

    Source: Portuguese
    My chest locked, my soul safe.

    Source: Portuguese
    My life and soul at your service, but not the pack-saddle.

    Source: Portuguese
    My money, your money, let us go to the tavern.

    Source: Portuguese
    Neither handsome enough to kill nor ugly enough to frighten away.

    Source: Portuguese
    Neither trust or contend, nor lay wagers or lend, and you'll have peace to your end.

    Source: Portuguese
    Never cut what can be untied.

    Source: Portuguese
    Never mention a rope in the house of a thief.

    Source: Portuguese
    Never mention rope in the house of a man who has been hanged.

    Source: Portuguese
    Never say, of this water I will not drink, of this bread I will not eat.

    Source: Portuguese
    No one has seen to-morrow.

    Source: Portuguese
    No one is a good judge in his own cause.

    Source: Portuguese
    No one is always right.

    Source: Portuguese
    No one is content with his lot.

    Source: Portuguese
    No one is poor but he who thinks himself so.

    Source: Portuguese
    No woman is ugly if she is well dressed.

    Source: Portuguese
    No word is ill spoken, that is not ill taken.

    Source: Portuguese
    No. 1 is the first house in the row.

    Source: Portuguese
    Not all that is true is to be spoken.

    Source: Portuguese
    Of evils, choose the least.

    Source: Portuguese
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