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    Of oil, wine, and friends, the oldest.

    Source: Portuguese
    Of soup and love, the first is the best.

    Source: Portuguese
    Of the good man a good pledge, and of the bad neither pledge nor surety.

    Source: Portuguese
    Of two cowards, the one who attacks conquers the other.

    Source: Portuguese
    One bird in the hand is worth two flying.

    Source: Portuguese
    One grain does not full the granary, but it helps its companion.

    Source: Portuguese
    One wolf does not kill another.

    Source: Portuguese
    One wrong submitted to, another follows.

    Source: Portuguese
    One year's seeding makes seven years weeding.

    Source: Portuguese
    Open your purse, and I will open my mouth.

    Source: Portuguese
    Other times, other counsels.

    Source: Portuguese
    Pay what you owe, you will get well of your malady.

    Source: Portuguese
    Peace with a cudgel in hand is war.

    Source: Portuguese
    Pigs in the cold and men in drink make a great noise.

    Source: Portuguese
    Play with an ass, and he will slap your face with his tail.

    Source: Portuguese
    Poverty never sped well in love.

    Source: Portuguese
    Poverty parteth friends.

    Source: Portuguese
    Pray to the saint until you have passed the slough.

    Source: Portuguese
    Prepare a nest for the hen and she will lay eggs for you.

    Source: Portuguese
    Promising is not giving, but serves to content fools.

    Source: Portuguese
    Rather a husband with one eye than with one son.

    Source: Portuguese
    Rather go rob with good men than pray with bad.

    Source: Portuguese
    Rather lose the wool than the sheep.

    Source: Portuguese
    Right or wrong, our house up to the roof.

    Source: Portuguese
    Rise early, and you will observe; labour, and you will have.

    Source: Portuguese
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