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    Wise Sayings


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    A crazy vessel never falls from the hand.

    Source: Spanish
    A daily guest is a thief in the kitchen.

    Source: Spanish
    A determined heart will not be counselled.

    Source: Spanish
    A devotee's face, and a cat's claws.

    Source: Spanish
    A fast day is the eve of a feast day.

    Source: Spanish
    A father's love, for all other is air.

    Source: Spanish
    A fifth wheel to a cart is but an encumbrance.

    Source: Spanish
    A fool sometimes gives good counsel.

    Source: Spanish
    A fool, if he holds his tongue, passes for wise.

    Source: Spanish
    A fool, unless he know Latin, is never a great fool.

    Source: Spanish
    A fortress on its guard is not surprised.

    Source: Spanish
    A fortunate man may be anywhere.

    Source: Spanish
    A friend to everybody is a friend to nobody.

    Source: Spanish
    A full belly is neither good for flight, nor for fighting.

    Source: Spanish
    A girl draws more than a rope.

    Source: Spanish
    A good heart breaks bad fortune.

    Source: Spanish
    A good hope is better than a bad possession.

    Source: Spanish
    A good life defers wrinkles.

    Source: Spanish
    A good listener is a silent flatterer.

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    A good name covers theft.

    Source: Spanish
    A good paymaster is keeper of other men's purses.

    Source: Spanish
    A good paymaster needs no security.

    Source: Spanish
    A good thing lost is a good thing valued.

    Source: Spanish
    A good word extinguishes more than a pailful of water.

    Source: Spanish
    A grain does not fill a sieve, but it helps its fellow.

    Source: Spanish
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