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    Friday pretexts for not fasting (meaning pleas of indisposition for not eating fish.)

    Source: Spanish
    Friendship broken may be soldered, but never made whole.

    Source: Spanish
    From a fallen tree, all make kindling.

    Source: Spanish
    From a praying young man, and a fasting old man, God preserve my cloak.

    Source: Spanish
    From a silent man, and a dog that does not bark, deliver us.

    Source: Spanish
    From a silent person remove your dwelling.

    Source: Spanish
    From long journeys long lies.

    Source: Spanish
    From my gossip's bread a large piece for my godson.

    Source: Spanish
    From smooth water God preserve me, from rough I will preserve myself.

    Source: Spanish
    From snow, whether baked or boiled, you will get nothing but water.

    Source: Spanish
    From that dust comes this mud.

    Source: Spanish
    Gifts break (or dissolve) rocks.

    Source: Spanish
    Give a clown your foot, and he'll take your hand.

    Source: Spanish
    Give a dog a bad name and hang him.

    Source: Spanish
    Give a traitor good words and you make him loyal.

    Source: Spanish
    Give me a seat, and I will make myself room to lie down.

    Source: Spanish
    Give me the ass that carries me in preference to the horse that throws me.

    Source: Spanish
    Give orders and do no more, and nothing will come of it.

    Source: Spanish
    Giving alms never lessens the purse.

    Source: Spanish
    Go in God's name, for he takes a loaf of mine.

    Source: Spanish
    Go not every evening to your brother's house.

    Source: Spanish
    Go not with every ailment to the doctor, with every plea to the lawyer, or with every thirst to the can.

    Source: Spanish
    Go to bed supperless and you will wake without debt.

    Source: Spanish
    Go to bed with the lamb, and rise with the lark.

    Source: Spanish
    Go to friends for advice; to women for pity; to strangers for charity; to relatives for nothing.

    Source: Spanish
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