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    Wise Sayings


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    Do not tell your secrets behind a wall or a hedge.

    Source: Spanish
    Do not throw a stone at the mouse and break the precious vase.

    Source: Spanish
    Do not throw pearls to swine.

    Source: Spanish
    Do what I say well, and not what I do ill.

    Source: Spanish
    Do what the friar says, and not what he does.

    Source: Spanish
    Do you carry the trough, husband, and I will carry the sieve, which is as heavy as the devil.

    Source: Spanish
    Do you want to buy cheap? Buy of a needy fool.

    Source: Spanish
    Do you want to see a wolf with young (i.e. an insatiable plunderer)? Marry your daughter.

    Source: Spanish
    Don't believe what you see, husband, but only what I tell you.

    Source: Spanish
    Don't bet more than you can afford to lose.

    Source: Spanish
    Don\'t bite off more than you can chew.

    Source: Spanish
    Don't kill the man at the count's desire.

    Source: Spanish
    Don't offer me advice; give me money.

    Source: Spanish
    Don't scuffle with the potter, for he makes money by the damage.

    Source: Spanish
    Don't send away your cat for being a thief.

    Source: Spanish
    Don't speak unless you can improve on the silence.

    Source: Spanish
    Don't spoil the ship for a halfpenny-worth of tar.

    Source: Spanish
    Don't stop the way of a bull or of a current of air.

    Source: Spanish
    Don\'t take any wooden nickles.

    Source: Spanish
    Drink wine upon figs.

    Source: Spanish
    Dung is no saint, but where it falls it works miracles.

    Source: Spanish
    Eating sets the head to rights.

    Source: Spanish
    Either rich or hanged.

    Source: Spanish
    Either the ass will die, or he that goads it.

    Source: Spanish
    Either you sink or you swim.

    Source: Spanish
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