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    Enjoy your little while the fool seeks for more.

    Source: Spanish
    Entreaties to get him to sing, and entreaties to leave off.

    Source: Spanish
    Entreaty and right do the deed.

    Source: Spanish
    Even the best writer has to erase.

    Source: Spanish
    Every cock crows on his own dunghill.

    Source: Spanish
    Every cock is proud on his own dung hill.

    Source: Spanish
    Every country has its custom.

    Source: Spanish
    Every fool is pleased with his bauble.

    Source: Spanish
    Every law is broken to become a king.

    Source: Spanish
    Every man is a fool in some man's opinion.

    Source: Spanish
    Every man is the son of his own works.

    Source: Spanish
    Every man should support himself, and not hang upon another.

    Source: Spanish
    Every one feels the cold according as he is clad.

    Source: Spanish
    Every one in his own house, and God in all men's.

    Source: Spanish
    Every one is wise when the mischief is done.

    Source: Spanish
    Every one sneezes as God pleases.

    Source: Spanish
    Every one speaks of the fair as he himself finds it.

    Source: Spanish
    Every one wishes to bring water to his own mill, and leave his neighbour's dry.

    Source: Spanish
    Every potter praises his pot, especially if cracked.

    Source: Spanish
    Everything in its season, and turnips in Advent.

    Source: Spanish
    Expect not at another's hand what you can do by your own.

    Source: Spanish
    Fall sick, and you will see who is your friend and who not.

    Source: Spanish
    Fancy surpasses beauty.

    Source: Spanish
    Fast as the hare runs, the greyhound outruns her, since he catches her.

    Source: Spanish
    Feet that are used to move cannot remain quiet.

    Source: Spanish
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