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    Go to your aunt's house, but not every day.

    Source: Spanish
    God cures, and the doctor takes the fee.

    Source: Spanish
    God defend you from the devil, the eye of a harlot, and the turn of a die.

    Source: Spanish
    God delays but doesn't forget.

    Source: Spanish
    God does not smite with both hands.

    Source: Spanish
    God gives almonds to one who has no teeth.

    Source: Spanish
    God gives wings to the ant that she may perish the sooner.

    Source: Spanish
    God grant me to argue with those who understand me.

    Source: Spanish
    God grant me to contend with those that understand me.

    Source: Spanish
    God grant you good fortune, my son, for knowledge avails you little.

    Source: Spanish
    God grant, dear wife, that this son be ours.

    Source: Spanish
    God helps the early riser.

    Source: Spanish
    God keep you from "It is too late."

    Source: Spanish
    God made us, and we admire ourselves.

    Source: Spanish
    God makes the back to the burden.

    Source: Spanish
    God take you, pound (of flax), drunk out and not yet spun.

    Source: Spanish
    God will listen to you whatever cloak you wear.

    Source: Spanish
    God will provide, but a good bundle of straw will not be amiss.

    Source: Spanish
    God writes straight with crooked lines.

    Source: Spanish
    God, healeth, and the physician hath the thanks.

    Source: Spanish
    Good is the fowl which another rears.

    Source: Spanish
    Good luck makes its way in by elbowing.

    Source: Spanish
    Good men must die, but death cannot kill their names.

    Source: Spanish
    Good wine needs no crier.

    Source: Spanish
    Good words and bad deeds deceive both wise and simple.

    Source: Spanish
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