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    He that eats his fowl alone may saddle his horse alone.

    Source: Spanish
    He that eats the king's geese shall be choked with the feathers.

    Source: Spanish
    He that has a good harvest must be content with a few thistles.

    Source: Spanish
    He that has an hour's start will not be hanged.

    Source: Spanish
    He that has an ill name is half hanged.

    Source: Spanish
    He that has no ill luck grows weary of good luck.

    Source: Spanish
    He that is more civil than usual, either wants to cozen you or has need of you.

    Source: Spanish
    He that is not gallant at twenty, strong at thirty, rich at forty, or experienced at fifty, will never be gallant, strong, rich, or prudent.

    Source: Spanish
    He that is not sensible of his loss has lost nothing.

    Source: Spanish
    He that makes one basket can make a hundred.

    Source: Spanish
    He that minds his business at home, will not be accused of taking part in the fray.

    Source: Spanish
    He that neglects time, time will neglect.

    Source: Spanish
    He that stirs honey will have some of it stick to him.

    Source: Spanish
    He that ties well, unties well.

    Source: Spanish
    He that trusts a faithless friend, has a good witness against him.

    Source: Spanish
    He that will not when he can, cannot when he will.

    Source: Spanish
    He that will not when he may, when he will he shall have nay.

    Source: Spanish
    He that would be healthy must wear his winter clothes in summer.

    Source: Spanish
    He that would be healthy, must eat temperately, and sup early.

    Source: Spanish
    He that would have a beautiful wife should choose her on a Saturday.

    Source: Spanish
    He to whom God gives no sons, the devil gives nephews.

    Source: Spanish
    He who always tells me a lie never cheats me.

    Source: Spanish
    He who asks the fewest favours is the best received.

    Source: Spanish
    He who at thirty has no brains, will never purchase an estate.

    Source: Spanish
    He who at twenty understands nothing, at thirty knows nothing, and at forty has nothing, will lead a wretched old age.

    Source: Spanish
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