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    Wise Sayings


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    He who eats alone chokes alone.

    Source: Spanish
    He who eats and puts by, has sufficient for two meals.

    Source: Spanish
    He who eats the meat let him pick the bone.

    Source: Spanish
    He who finds fault wants to buy.

    Source: Spanish
    He who gives to the public, gives to no one.

    Source: Spanish
    He who gives when he is asked has waited too long.

    Source: Spanish
    He who goes far from home to marry, goes either to deceive or be deceived.

    Source: Spanish
    He who goes with wolves learns to howl.

    Source: Spanish
    He who goes far from home to marry, goes either to deceive or be deceived.

    Source: Spanish
    He who goes with wolves learns to howl.

    Source: Spanish
    He who has a good wife can bear any evil.


    Source: Spanish
    He who has a handsome wife, a castle on the frontier, or a vineyard on the roadside, is never without war.

    Source: Spanish
    He who has a son grown up should not call another a thief.

    Source: Spanish
    He who has a tongue goes to Rome.

    Source: Spanish
    He who has a trade may travel through the world.

    Source: Spanish
    He who has been first a novice and then an abbot, knows what the boys do behind the altar.

    Source: Spanish
    He who has been stung by the scorpion is frightened at its shadow.

    Source: Spanish
    He who has both money and bread, may choose with whom his daughter to wed.

    Source: Spanish
    He who has but one coat cannot lend it.

    Source: Spanish
    He who has daughters to marry, let him give them silk to spin.

    Source: Spanish
    He who has enemies, let him not sleep.

    Source: Spanish
    He who has got four and spends five, has no occasion for a purse.

    Source: Spanish
    He who has lost his oxen is always hearing bells.

    Source: Spanish
    He who has lost his reputation is a dead man among the living.

    Source: Spanish
    He who has no head wants no hat.

    Source: Spanish
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