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    Wise Sayings


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    Good words and no deeds are rushes and reeds.

    Source: Spanish
    Good words fill not a sack.

    Source: Spanish
    Good, good, good, but God keep my ass out of his rye.

    Source: Spanish
    Good, that comes too late, is good as nothing.

    Source: Spanish
    Happy the house in which there is no shaven crown.

    Source: Spanish
    Have a bill to pay at Easter, and your Lent will be short.

    Source: Spanish
    He buys well who is not called a donkey.

    Source: Spanish
    He can do but little who cannot threaten another.

    Source: Spanish
    He cannot find water in the sea.

    Source: Spanish
    He did not invent gunpowder.

    Source: Spanish
    He does not a little who burns his house: he frightens the rats, and warms himself.

    Source: Spanish
    He expects to find water at the first stroke of the spade.

    Source: Spanish
    He falls into the pit who leads another into it.

    Source: Spanish
    He gathers up ashes and scatters flour.

    Source: Spanish
    He goes safely to trial whose father is a judge.

    Source: Spanish
    He has much to do who would please everybody.

    Source: Spanish
    He is a great simpleton who starves himself to feed another.

    Source: Spanish
    He is always right who suspects that he makes mistakes.

    Source: Spanish
    He is blind enough who cannot see through a sieve.

    Source: Spanish
    He is in safety who rings the tocsin.

    Source: Spanish
    He is out of danger who rings the alarm-bell.

    Source: Spanish
    He is your friend who gets you out of a fray.

    Source: Spanish
    He knows it as well as his Lord's Prayer.

    Source: Spanish
    He loses his market who has nothing to sell.

    Source: Spanish
    He that does not lie, does not come of good blood.

    Source: Spanish
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