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    Fire and love do not say "Go to your work."

    Source: Spanish
    First cobwebs, then chains.

    Source: Spanish
    First come to the mill, first grind.

    Source: Spanish
    Flying from the bull he fell into the river.

    Source: Spanish
    Folly is the most incurable of maladies.

    Source: Spanish
    Folly is the product of all countries and ages.

    Source: Spanish
    Fond of lawsuits, little wealth, Fond of doctors, little health.

    Source: Spanish
    Fond of lawsuits, little wealth; fond of doctors, little health; fond of friars, little honour.

    Source: Spanish
    Fond pride of dress is sure a very curse; Ere fancy you consult, consult your purse.

    Source: Spanish
    Fools and bairns should never see half-done work.

    Source: Spanish
    Fools and obstinate men make rich lawyers.

    Source: Spanish
    Fools and the perverse fill the lawyers' purse.

    Source: Spanish
    For a good companion good company.

    Source: Spanish
    For all one\'s early rising, it dawns none the sooner.

    Source: Spanish
    For better for worse they have married me.

    Source: Spanish
    For evil tongues, scissors.

    Source: Spanish
    For the want of worthy men they made my father alcade.

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    For want of a nail the shoe is lost.

    Source: Spanish
    For whom does the blind man's wife adorn herself?

    Source: Spanish
    For whom sword and courage are not enough, corslet and lance will not be enough.

    Source: Spanish
    Fortune aids the bold.

    Source: Spanish
    Foster a raven and it will peck out your eyes.

    Source: Spanish
    Four things put a man beside himself--women, tobacco, cards, and wine.

    Source: Spanish
    Fox's broth, cold and scalding.

    Source: Spanish
    Fresh port and new wine, send a Christian to the churchyard. (Kill a man before his time.)

    Source: Spanish
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