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    Good words and bad acts deceive both wise and wimple.

    Source: Portuguese
    Hard upon hard does not make a good wall.

    Source: Portuguese
    He avoided the fly and swallowed the spider.

    Source: Portuguese
    He buys very dear who begs.

    Source: Portuguese
    He doubts nothing who knows nothing.

    Source: Portuguese
    He has a head, and so has a pin.

    Source: Portuguese
    He has nothing who is not content with what he has.

    Source: Portuguese
    He has nothing, for whom nothing is enough.

    Source: Portuguese
    He is an old saint, any may leave it in the hands of God.

    Source: Portuguese
    He is no friend that eats his own by himself, and mine with me.

    Source: Portuguese
    He is no great heir that inherits not his ancestor's virtues.

    Source: Portuguese
    He is your friend who gets you out of a scrape.

    Source: Portuguese
    He keeps his road well enough who gets rid of bad company.

    Source: Portuguese
    He never was a friend who ceased to be so for a slight cause.

    Source: Portuguese
    He should not complain of being cheated who buys the cloth by the sample.

    Source: Portuguese
    He that does ill never wants for excuses.

    Source: Portuguese
    He that will, does more that he that can.

    Source: Portuguese
    He that would be old long must begin betimes.

    Source: Portuguese
    He that would keep his eye sound must tie up his hand.

    Source: Portuguese
    He threatens many who affronts one.

    Source: Portuguese
    He threatens who is afraid.

    Source: Portuguese
    He who has a glass roof must not throw stones at his neighbour\'s.

    Source: Portuguese
    He who has a good next, finds good friends.

    Source: Portuguese
    He who has four and spends five, has no need of a purse.

    Source: Portuguese
    He who is well prepared has won the battle.

    Source: Portuguese
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