Wise Sayings: Letter P

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    Wise Sayings


    Possession is nine points of the law.

    Source: French
    Possession is nine tenths of the law.

    Source: French
    Possession is nine tenths of the law.
    Author: Unknown
    Possession is the grave of pleasure.

    Source: French
    Postpone not a good action.

    Source: Irish
    Postpone today's anger until tomorrow.
    Category: Anger Source: Filipino
    Pots take turns to sit on the fire.

    Source: Massai
    Potter envies potter, and smith smith.

    Source: Latin
    Pound the garlic, Pedro, whilst I grate the cheese.

    Source: Spanish
    Pour not water on a drowned mouse.

    Source: Spanish
    Poverty breeds discontent.
    Author: Unknown
    Poverty does not destroy virtue, nor does wealth bestow it.

    Source: Spanish
    Poverty has no kin.

    Source: Italian
    Poverty is a sort of leprosy.

    Source: French
    Poverty is death in another form.

    Source: Latin
    Poverty is no disgrace, but it's a great inconvenience.

    Source: Latin
    Poverty is no sin, but it is a branch of roguery.

    Source: Spanish
    Poverty is no sin.

    Source: Spanish
    Poverty is not a crime.

    Source: Spanish
    Poverty is not a vice.

    Source: French
    Poverty is the reward of idleness.

    Source: Dutch
    Poverty makes a man mean.

    Source: Latin
    Poverty never sped well in love.

    Source: Portuguese
    Poverty parteth friends.

    Source: Portuguese
    Poverty parts good company.

    Source: Irish
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