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    Give orders, and do it yourself, and you will be rid of anxiety.

    Source: Portuguese
    Give orders, and do no more, and nothing will be done.

    Source: Portuguese
    Go not with every ailment to the doctor, nor with every plaint to lawyer.

    Source: Portuguese
    Go not with every hunger to the cupboard, nor with every thirst to the pitcher.

    Source: Portuguese
    Go to bed late, rise early, you will see your own harm and that of others.

    Source: Portuguese
    Go to bed without supper, you will rise without debt.

    Source: Portuguese
    Go to your rich friend's house when invited; to your poor friend's without invitation.

    Source: Portuguese
    God gives clothes according to the cold.

    Source: Portuguese
    God grant me to dispute with those who understand me.

    Source: Portuguese
    God has given nuts to one who has no teeth.

    Source: Portuguese
    God heals, and the doctor gets the money.

    Source: Portuguese
    God permits, but not for ever.

    Source: Portuguese
    Good and bad make up a city.

    Source: Portuguese
    Good and quickly seldom meet.

    Source: Portuguese
    Good fruit never comes from a bad tree.

    Source: Portuguese
    Good habits result from resisting temptation.

    Source: Portuguese
    Good is the delay which makes sure.

    Source: Portuguese
    Good management is better than good income.

    Source: Portuguese
    Good manners and plenty of money will make my son a gentlemen.

    Source: Portuguese
    Good men are scarce.

    Source: Portuguese
    Good table, bad will.

    Source: Portuguese
    Good take heed doth surely speed.

    Source: Portuguese
    Good talk saves the food.

    Source: Portuguese
    Good things come in small packages.

    Source: Portuguese
    Good wind needs no bush.

    Source: Portuguese
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